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Need to quickly reference the text of the Hebrew Bible but forgot your BHS at home? Click-through to access the text on the German Bible Society's webpage. (Note: the critical apparatus is not available in the free online version.)
Need to quickly reference the text of the Septuagint but forgot your LXX at home? Click-through to access the text on the German Bible Society's webpage. (Note: the critical apparatus is not available in the free online version.)
The SDBH was launched in the year 2000. Its aim is to build a new dictionary of biblical Hebrew that is based on semantic domains, comparable to Louw and Nida’s Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament.
The CAL is a text base of the Aramaic texts in all dialects from the earliest (9th Century BCE) through the 13th Century CE, currently with a database of approximately 3 million lexically parsed words, and an associated set of electronic tools for analyzing and manipulating the data, whose ultimate goal is the creation of a complete lexicon of the language.
AWDL will identify, collect, curate, and provide access to the broadest possible range of scholarly materials relevant to the study of the ancient world. Find and download PDFs of particular books in NYU's Institute for the Study of the Ancient World library.
Explore the fascinating origins of the Bible and its eventful history. On Bible Odyssey, the world’s leading scholars share the latest historical and literary research on key people, places, and passages of the Bible.
These resource pages were designed to help make biblical-theological resources available to those without easy access to a theological library. TORR helpfully links to GoogleBook previews for important works in the field. As with all GoogleBook previews, though, the number of viewable pages is limited.
The Agade list forwards news and information of interest to scholars in biblical studies, Near Eastern studies, Late Antiquity, Judaica, Classics, archaeology, and even broad intellectual history. This is a great resource for staying up-to-date on developments in the field, but it is not itself a cite-able resource for most research projects.