Online Digital Manuscripts and Editions

Last updated 27 Feb 2017

This page is a list of digital images of manuscripts and editions available online. This catalogue should be viewed as a work in progress, and I will continue to update it with new resources. It is by no means complete, but I hope it will be helpful for those looking for a one-stop portal for finding online primary resources that are significant for the study of the Old Testament text. Please post any additional sources you may be aware of in the comments, and I will incorporate them into the main list.

Dead Sea Scrolls

Nash Papyrus

Medieval Jewish Hebrew Biblical Manuscripts

Medieval Samaritan Hebrew Biblical Manuscripts

Greek Uncial Manuscripts

Greek Papyri
  • Chester Beatty LXX papyri (Rahlfs 961-968, 2149, 2150)

Greek Minuscules

  • Ra 88 - Codex Chisianus 45 - VL Chig.R.VII.45 (OG Daniel begins on slide 148)

Latin Manuscrips

Aramaic Targums

Editions
Related Literature

14 comments:

  1. What a great resource -- thank you! I've added it to my university's list of open-access Bible resources: http://libguides.du.edu/c.php?g=373436&p=2524342

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    1. Glad you found it helpful! I will look through your list as well. Thanks!

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  2. Hey,

    thanks a lot for this really helpful list of resources!

    You could also add Petrus Sabatier's "classic" edition of the Vetus Latina:

    https://archive.org/details/bibliorumsacroru01saba
    https://archive.org/details/bibliorumsacroru02saba
    https://archive.org/details/Sabatier3

    The new edition by Erzabtei Beuron is not complete yet, thus this 18th-century work is actually still extremely relevant and helpful today.

    Best,
    Simon

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    1. Thanks! Added. I'm glad you found it helpful.

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  3. Madrid Manuscript (M1), Universidad Complutense Madrid: http://dioscorides.ucm.es/proyecto_digitalizacion/index.php?5309439296

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  4. A lot of broken links to "Translatio syra pescitto Veteris Testamenti ex Codice Ambrosiano" by Ceriani, but this one works: https://archive.org/details/CerianiTranslatioSyraPescittoVeterisTestamentiExCodiceAmbrosiano_201312. This is ms 7a1 in the Leiden Peshitta Project.

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  5. Thanks for the reference! Added.

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  6. Wonderful resource! Thank you.

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  7. Emanuel Tov has links to most of his OTTC publications here:
    http://www.emanueltov.info/publications.html

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    1. Thanks for pointing that out Dave! I have included his website under the OTTC links section at the bottom of the page. His Scribal Practices book is particularly pertinent in this connection.

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  8. Here's another link you may want to include to Codex Amiatinus: http://mss.bmlonline.it/s.aspx?Id=AVTm-15y8phJAZQc8z_X#/book.

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