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Aleppo Codex Online

Contributed by guest blogger Ken Ristau

At a wonderfully designed website, the Aleppo Codex is now online; this codex is the oldest extant Hebrew Bible. You can view the codex as a part of the flash animation or as PDF. The website also has an engaging section that provides all sorts of background information on the codex, though not all the links are accessible yet.

UPDATE (October 29) by Rubén Gómez: Wieland Willker emails the following:

I already reported this in September on the textualcriticism list. It is a bit tricky to get the actual large images, but here it is:

Start with: http://aleppocodex.org/images/x4/1.jpg And then go on by changing this to 2.jpg, 3.jpg and so on... 1.6 MB each! Currently it goes up to 234.jpg.

Thank you for the tip, Wieland.


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