- Showcases :: The Duke of Sussex’s German Pentateuch
The Duke of Sussex’s German Pentateuch was written and illuminated by a scribe-artist known as Hayyim, working in southern Germany around 1300. Apart from the five books of the Old Testament, it contains the Aramaic translation - Targum Onkelos - the Five Scrolls, Haftarot and readings from the Prophets. The manuscript takes its name from its last owner, the Duke of Sussex (1773-1843), before it became part of the British Museum collection in 1844.
The Duke of Sussex's German Pentateuch was written and illuminated by a scribe-artist known as Hayyim, working in southern Germany around 1300.
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- Jewish Publication Society - Restored Divine Name Edition of the Tanakh
These are the books of the Jewish Publication Society's 1917 edition, corrected with the Divine Name restored. Instead of "Lord" (Adonai), the form "Yahweh" is used. These books are based on the corrected version of the Karaite edition.
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- Leeser, Isaac
Isaac Leeser (1806-12-12, Neuenkirchen, in the province of Westphalia, Prussia - 1868-02-01, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) was an American rabbi, author, translator, editor, and publisher; pioneer of the Jewish pulpit in the United States, and founder of the Jewish press of America. He wrote the first Jewish translation of the Bible into English to be published in the United States. He is considered one of the most important American Jewish personalities of the nineteenth century America.
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- Orthodox Jewish Bible
Translated by Phillip E. Goble for orthodox jews. Download as a text file or chapter by chapter in PDF.
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- THE ARAMAIC JEWISH BIBLE - Aramaic Pshitta Tanakh in English פשיטתא
Translated from the Aramaic by Ya'aqub Younan-Levine, With the Assistance of George M. Akbulut, Abraham Seif, and Michael Spira. Project under development.Uses MarYah for Divine Name.
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