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Leningrad Codex Images

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Category: Photo Collections   |   Install Options: Download only   |   Minimum Acc Version: 10.4

$129.00
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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.

Where To Find


Leningrad Codex Images is included with the following packages:

category
code
title
price
All-in-All 0117
$30,999.00
Coll12-HebrewExpert
$1,999.00
Coll12-HebrewMaster1016
$3,499.00

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November 18, 2015  |  7:52 PM  |  Fantastic (5)
This is an exceptional tool for several reasons:

1. Only the West Semitic Research Project has ever done this kind of work for Codex Leningradensis, so you won't find images of similar high quality anywhere else.

2. In addition to the high quality of the photographs, it’s nice to actually see the codex in color as well. All print editions with photographs of Leningradensis I know of and have previously used are in black and white. Granted, there might be a print edition out there I don’t know of where the pictures are in color - But being able to zoom without loss of quality makes this tool superior to any print edition.

3. It is now no longer necessary to travel all the way to St. Petersburg to see the manuscript in high resolution.

So kudos to Bruce and Kenneth Zuckerman from the West Semitic Research Project for taking and preparing these amazing pictures - and to Accordance for making this important resource available! Worth every dollar.

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This is an exceptional tool for several reasons:

1. Only the West Semitic Research Project has ever done this kind of work for Codex Leningradensis, so you won't find images of similar high quality anywhere else.

2. In addition to the high quality of the photographs, it’s nice to actually see the codex in color as well. All print editions with photographs of Leningradensis I know of and have previously used are in black and white. Granted, there might be a print edition out there I don’t know of where the pictures are in color - But being able to zoom without loss of quality makes this tool superior to any print edition.

3. It is now no longer necessary to travel all the way to St. Petersburg to see the manuscript in high resolution.

So kudos to Bruce and Kenneth Zuckerman from the West Semitic Research Project for taking and preparing these amazing pictures - and to Accordance for making this important resource available! Worth every dollar.

Edited by permission.