Hebrew Bibles

Masoretic Bibles

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The Aleppo Codex
High resolution images of the Aleppo Codex (ca. 930 CE) as well as information about this highly important Masoretic Bible. Also available as a PDF download.
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Leningrad Codex (PDF download)
The complete Leningrad Codex (1008 CE) in one PDF. For individual books, see Wikimedia.
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ScholarsGateway
This site parses each and every word in the Hebrew Bible and provides dictionary guidance. Vowel markers are optional. Based on the Leningrad Codex.
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Mikra'ot Gedolot HaKeter (Bar-Ilan University)
This Hebrew language site provides the ability to read the Hebrew Bible in a number of ways, such as with or without verse numbers, with or without vowels, and even on a scroll without verse dividers (תיקון קוראים). The text is based on the Aleppo Codex.
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Mechon-Mamre
Based on the Aleppo Codex, with vowels as well as cantillation marks.
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Parallel Plus
This site allows you to compare the Hebrew Bible side by side with translations in Old Greek, Latin, English, and a number of other languages. Hyperlinks to the Brown, Driver, and Briggs dictionary too.
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Latin Key for the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia
"Signs, Symbols, and Abbreviations Used in the Hebrew Text Critical Apparatus" by Paul Tanner. The Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia can be purchased here.
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The Brown, Driver, and Briggs Dictionary
More than a century old, this dictionary is still a fantastic resource for biblical lexicography. Online at ericlevy.com or available for download at archive.org.
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Haktuvim
Hebrew Bible with an audio recording of each chapter.
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Talking Bibles International
The entire Hebrew Bible read aloud in a traditional Sephardic pronunciation.