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Michigan-Claremont Electronic BHS Available Online

This was posted by Christopher V. Kimball to the B-Hebrew list:

A transcription of the Michigan-Claremont electronic text of the BHS Tanach (from the Oxford Text Archive) to XML with Unicode characters is now available It's viewable by any modern browser, i.e. Netscape 7.1, Mozilla 1.6, Mozilla FireFox 0.8, or Internet Explorer 6.0. A choice of SBL Hebrew or Ezra SIL fonts is available. Font sizes from 100% to 400% of normal are selectable. The texts are in XML format with XMLSchema validation. They may be downloaded for off-line viewing or for machine processing through a ZIP file, of less than 2 Megabytes. It's free and can be distributed freely for any non-commercial purpose. Suggestions and corrections are encouraged.

Great resource. Check it out!


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