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Gesenius’ Hebrew Grammar

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Category: Hebrew Grammars   |   Minimum Acc Version: 11.1   |   Install Options: Download only

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Requires Accordance 11.1 or above.

One of the most comprehensive books on the Hebrew language, it covers all aspects, including word roots and derivatives, prefixes and suffixes, syntax and pronunciation. Filled with features, like historical background on the Hebrew language and grammar, this is an indispensable resource for the study of ancient languages and Biblical texts.

Includes a facsimile of the Siloam Inscription by J. Euting, and a Table of Alphabets by M. Lidzbarski.

“This is the standard reference grammar for most serious students of Hebrew in the English-speaking world; it has been so for eighty years and looks like continuing for many more.”—James Barr

For more fascinating details about Gesenius’ Hebrew Grammar, see this article.

4/14/16 Update: The 2.6 update adds page numbers.

6/3/16 Update: The 3.0 update adds Index of Hebrew words and forms.

12/3/18 Update: The 3.2 update increases the minimum requirement to 11.1 to support the display of Hebrew in the Table of Contents.

Gesenius’ Hebrew Grammar (28th version)
• Author: Wilhelm Gesenius
• Edited/Enlarged by: E. Kautzsch
• Second English Edition by: A. E. Cowley
• Text of the 1910 version published by Clarendon Press

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$41,999.00
BW Crossover Basic 8-10_2
$149.00
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$229.00
Coll12-HebrewExpert
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November 8, 2011  |  3:24 PM   |    Mediocre (2)
I purchased this module instead of buying the real book for my Hebrew class this semester. I was disappointed to find out that two indices (which may be the most valuable parts of the whole text) are missing in the electronic version. Unless the module is revised to include those indices (Index of Hebrew Words and Index of Passages), I would highly recommend purchasing the hard copy text.