14. When did the letters of Hebrew language change from Ancient / Paleo to Modern? During and after the Babylonian captivity in the 6th century BC, most of the Hebrew writings started using Aramaic lettering and became, over time, very similar to the Arabic style.Post navigationPrevious post: 13. Why are the modern Hebrew letters different than the Paleo?Next post: 15. Why are there different depictions of Paleo Hebrew?Comment on this FAQ Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.