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I don't understand why śin doesn't have its own letter. It was written as λσ in Greek translations and it is even mentioned in the Bible in the Shibboleth incident. I also don't understand why the phonemes /ʁ/ and /χ/ don't have their own letters. These are also reflected in Greek translations which were obviously made long after the Bible was written. We also know that at least some of the Bible was first written in the Hebrew (Phoenician) script because the name of God is sometimes found in Hebrew script in the middle of a manuscript using the Aramaic script. Did whoever wrote the Bible just have an unusual accent where they merged earlier than for everyone else?