On the Aleppo Codex

By Mary Fisk|August 2, 2012|Ancient Near East, Semitics and Judaica, Religions|0 comments

Click to read an article from the New York Times on the “murky and often contradictory story” of the travels of “the oldest, most complete, most accurate text of the Hebrew Bible” dating from around 930 AD.

The Codex has been digitized and made available by the Ben Zvi Institute in Jerusalem.

Click here to view the Codex website. There is a another link to the digitized text.

The text can be browsed or searched for specific terms and the website also includes articles about the history and significance of the Codex from the 10th century to the present day.

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