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Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia with Apparatus and tagging

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Category: Hebrew Bibles   |   Install Options: Download only

$109.00

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The complete text of the Hebrew Bible, following the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, with the Groves-Wheeler Westminster Hebrew Morphology 4.14. This module includes vowel pointing, cantillation marks, and lemma and grammatical tagging information for each word in the text.

The BHS Apparatus is included with this purchase, and the text is marked with the sigla for the notations in the apparatus.

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BHS Apparatus

Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia with Apparatus and tagging is included with the following packages:

category
code
title
price
GBS Apparatus add-on
$279.99
GBS Apparatus add-on_13
$289.99
Hebrew Apparatus add-on
$149.00
Hebrew Master 01.14 add-on
$2,289.99
Hebrew Master 11.13 add-on
$2,299.99
Collection10-Advanced_14
$749.00
Collection10-Ultimate_14
$1,499.00

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October 14, 2013  |  4:10 PM  |  Fantastic (5)
Short review:

Note: Don't forget that if you already have the BHS/HMT text, you can save money and buy just the apparatus as an add-on.

PROs:

*BHS with apparatus in Accordance significantly streamlines study and use of the critical apparatus: The layout is good, the feel is intuitive, and the windows are easy to set up.

*You can quickly see (through a click or hover) what an abbreviation in the apparatus stands for in Latin.

*You can search the apparatus by Greek and Hebrew content, and even by abbreviations (if you wanted to know how many times and where the editorial "prp" shows up, for example, you can get that info in seconds).

*You can also search the apparatus by manuscript mentioned. A good thing to be able to do for in-depth text-criticism.

CON:

*The apparatus abbreviations are hyperlinked to what they stand for in Latin, but the Latin is not translated. In that sense the BHQ in Accordance is easier to work with. (Though the BHQ series ...
Short review:

Note: Don't forget that if you already have the BHS/HMT text, you can save money and buy just the apparatus as an add-on.

PROs:

*BHS with apparatus in Accordance significantly streamlines study and use of the critical apparatus: The layout is good, the feel is intuitive, and the windows are easy to set up.

*You can quickly see (through a click or hover) what an abbreviation in the apparatus stands for in Latin.

*You can search the apparatus by Greek and Hebrew content, and even by abbreviations (if you wanted to know how many times and where the editorial "prp" shows up, for example, you can get that info in seconds).

*You can also search the apparatus by manuscript mentioned. A good thing to be able to do for in-depth text-criticism.

CON:

*The apparatus abbreviations are hyperlinked to what they stand for in Latin, but the Latin is not translated. In that sense the BHQ in Accordance is easier to work with. (Though the BHQ series itself is far from complete, and BHQ in Accordance is not morphologically tagged.)

If you get the BHS Latin key, you can set up a workspace to find out what the non-abbreviated Latin means in English. I recommend owning that if you want to use the BHS apparatus. It's here: http://www.accordancebible.com/store/details/?pid=BHS+Latin+Key. It's also included with the HMT text in Accordance: http://www.accordancebible.com/store/details/?pid=HMT-W4.

4.5 stars (can't rate in half stars on this site).

A longer (more in-depth) review is here:
http://abramkj.com/2012/10/13/bhs-module-in-accordance-10-reviewed/