Hebrew Texts
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BHS with Westminster Hebrew Morphology |

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This Hebrew text module is no longer available for purchase as it has been replaced by the
The first fascicles of the new Biblia Hebraica Quinta from the German Bible Society are now available.
This edition will succeed the Biblia Hebraica …
The complete text of the Hebrew Bible, following the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, with the Groves-Wheeler Westminster Hebrew Morphology 4.14. This module …
The complete text of the Hebrew Bible, following the Biblia Hebraica Leningradensis, with the Groves-Wheeler Westminster Hebrew Morphology 4.16. This module …
The Biblical manuscripts of the Dead Sea Scrolls, edited and tagged by Martin Abegg. Two Hebrew modules, presenting all the texts in both canonical and manuscript …
This Hebrew Syntax module was developed from the ground up for Accordance. It adds several features and enhancements, allowing you to:
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Early Hebrew inscriptions with grammatical tags.
Included in this collection are the Siloam tunnel, Lachish letters, 711 seals, and many other …
Two translations of the New Testament into Hebrew are included. The Delitzsch translation (DHNT) is a Hebrew Translation of the Greek NT produced by 19th century …
Inscriptions (English translation) |

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This module includes the English translations of a collection of Early Hebrew inscriptions.
Included in this collection are the Siloam tunnel, Lachish …
Inscriptions-Northwest Semitic |

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This module includes a collection of many of the major Northwest Semitic inscriptions with a separate parallel module with their
This module includes the English translation of a collection of many of the major Northwest Semitic inscriptions. Future upgrades are planned to include all …
This module contains the text and morphological tagging of the Hebrew and Aramaic manuscripts from the Judean Desert that are not in either QUMRAN or DSSB-C/M …
Hebrew Mishna corrected to the Kaufmann Codex with grammatical tagging supervised by Martin Abegg. See also The Mishnah: A …
This Mekhilta is a halakhic midrash (commentary) on Exodus 12-23, 31 and 35.
This untagged module is the electronic text of the Munich Codex of Mekhilta de …
Six Divisions of the Mishna (Shisha Sidrei Mishna), Hebrew Eshkol edition. Vowelled text with added morphological separators for prefixes and suffixes, but no …
English translation by Jacob Neusner, published 1988 by Yale University Press. See also Kaufmann Hebrew Mishna (tagged), …
This package includes the grammatically tagged Syriac Peshitta New Testament, and the untagged Old Syriac Codex Sinaiticus and Codex Curetonianus Gospel MSSs….
Grammatically tagged Syriac Peshitta of the Old Testament. Includes the entire Hebrew Bible canon plus Additions to Daniel.
This module represents a …
All the Hebrew and Aramaic sectarian manuscripts of the Dead Sea Scrolls from Qumran have been compiled and tagged with lemmas and grammatical information by …
This text is based upon the book "The Dead Sea Scrolls: A New English Translation," edited by Michael O. Wise, Martin G. Abegg, Jr. and Edward M. Cook. When both …
The Hebrew text of the first five books of Moses, as preserved by the Samaritan community. This Accordance edition is morphologically tagged by Martin Abegg and …
Untagged transcription of the Samaritan Targum Jonathan, MS British Library Or 7562.
Sifra |

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This untagged module is the Sifra: the halakhic midrash to Leviticus, frequently quoted in the Talmud and attributed to Rabbi Hiyya. The electronic text is the …
This untagged module is the Sifre BeMidbar (Numbers), a halakhic commentary on parts of Numbers attributed to Rabbi Shimeon.
The text base used by the …
This untagged module is the Sifre Debarim, a halakhic midrash on Deuteronomy with haggadic components, originating from the schools of Rabbi Akiva and Rabbi …
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