Cursive Hebrew

Cursive Hebrew script is a style of Hebrew hand writing that is used for writing Modern Hebrew, since it is faster to write than the traditional Hebrew script. It is based on German-Polish Hebrew cursive.[1]

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1. ^ Universalgeschichte der Schrift, Harald Haarmann, p. 318 (2nd ed. 1991)

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