Leningrad Codex Images

Prod ID: Leningrad Codex Images / Pub. West Semitic Research
Price: $129.00

Requires Accordance 10.4 or above.

The Leningrad Codex is the oldest complete manuscript (1008 CE) of the Hebrew Bible and the primary basis of modern editions such as Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia and the Biblia Hebraica Quinta. Working with the West Semitic Research Project, we have now incorporated nearly 1,000 images from the Leningrad Codex to be examined in parallel with any biblical text from within an Accordance workspace.

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Leningrad Codex Images is included with the following packages

Category Code Title Price
Primary CollectionsColl13-HebrewExpertHebrew Expert Collection2199
Primary CollectionsColl12-HebrewExpertHebrew Expert Collection (Accordance 12)1999
Hebrew add-on bundlesHebrew Master 8.15Hebrew Master, Complete Set of Hebrew Texts/Tools (August 2015)2749
Hebrew add-on bundlesHebrew Master 11.15Hebrew Master, Complete Set of Hebrew Texts/Tools (November 2015)2999
Hebrew add-on bundlesHebrew Master 06.16Hebrew Master, Complete Set of Hebrew Texts/Tools (June 2016)3449
Add-on BundlesBW Crossover-Adv 10 add-on_2BibleWorks Crossover: Accordance 12 Advanced Add-on to Basic Package (For BibleWorks Version 10) (June 2018)189
Add-on BundlesBW Crossover13-Adv 10 Add-onBibleWorks Crossover: Accordance 13 Advanced Add-on to Basic Package (For BibleWorks Users)499


  1. (verified owner) Petrus Janse van Rensburg

    Good recourse.
    Most photos are high resolution and does not blur when zooming in.
    A few of the photos are blurred and this is not Accordance’s fault. The original photos were also blurred.
    The original photos of the Biblical text of the Leningrad Codex can be downloaded for free at Archive.org, and can be viewed at Sefaria.org.
    But this module is very handy as you can view the corresponding folio alongside the Hebrew transcript.
    This module also includes photos of the Masoretic lists and decorated pages of the Codex.

  2. (verified owner) Petrus Janse van Rensburg

    It is difficult to move across the zoomed-in photos. There is no hand tool to drag the photo around, and you need to scroll up and down using the bars on the right and bottom of the photo. It will be much easier if one could use a hand tool (as in Adobe PDF), to drag the photo around.

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