Peter_Kirk at sil.org
Thu Jul 11 04:49:23 EDT 2002
They should be viewable with MS Internet Explorer 5+ and the Hebrew
fonts e.g. David, Miriam which come with it. They should also be
readable (though not beautiful) with rceent versions of Times New Roman
etc., if opened in a compatible program e.g. Word 2000. The anastesontai
site gives specific information about fonts for the cantillated text
which it offers.
I'm afraid I don't have any advice concerning other browsers or
software, but you might get advice from the Biblical Languages group,
which is "a place for people to discuss the technical issues involved in
using Biblical languages and computers"
or from the Hebrew Computing group
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Richard Burks [mailto:rwburks at flash.net]
> Sent: 11 July 2002 01:47
> To: Biblical Hebrew
> Subject: Re: Torah Download.
> What html fonts do I need to down load these pages to see the Hebrew
> Hebrew and not gobblede goop.
> Bill Burks
> On 7/10/02 12:48 PM, "Peter Kirk" <Peter_Kirk at sil.org> wrote:
> > The pointed text of the Hebrew Bible is available from certain
> > including:
> > http://www.mechon-mamre.org/i/t/index.htm (this site is all in
> > http://www.anastesontai.com/ (this site is in French, also has a
> > version of a cantillated text of Genesis, which sort of works but is
> > very tidy)
> > These can probably be viewed on a Mac at least with MS Internet
> > Explorer. As for importing it into Nisus, I think there is a way to
> > it, but better ask Nisus about that.
> > I was about to write that you could get the cantillated text only as
> > part of an expensive software package. But I see that much of it is
> > offer for 10 Swiss francs at
> > http://www.anastesontai.com/b-cantilee/bible-cantilee.htm.
> > Peter Kirk
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: Ian Goldsmith [mailto:iangoldsmith1969 at yahoo.co.uk]
> >> Sent: 10 July 2002 12:50
> >> To: Biblical Hebrew
> >> Subject: Torah Download.
> >> Many thanks to everyone that gave me advice on
> >> word-processing for the Mac.
> >> I've already got Nisus, but prefer Quark for nearly
> >> everything else. So... I'm trying to go around the
> >> problem a little laterally (the language kit from
> >> Apple seemed a bit pricey).
> >> Can anyone give me a link (if one exists) to a site
> >> that I can download a pointed version of the Hebrew
> >> text from? I'm already the proud owner of the Online
> >> Bible, mainly because it's not expensive, but although
> >> I've got the BHS installed on it, it's only the
> >> consonantal text.
> >> Forgive me if the request sounds a little
> >> technologically challenged, but again I'd value your
> >> advice.
> >> Vowels/nikud etc seem to be a bit of a headache. If I
> >> can import a text with them already attached it would
> >> be a great leap forward!
> >> Once again many thanks.
> >> Ian.
> >> =====
> >> Ian Goldsmith.
> >> England.
> >> Dibrah Torah kilshone bnei-adam
> >> 'The Torah spoke in the language of ordinary men.'
> >> Berakot 31b
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