[b-hebrew] Analytical Lexicons.

Peter Kirk peterkirk at qaya.org
Wed Aug 11 14:38:47 EDT 2004


To continue the theme of Logos resources, here are some details of a new 
one I have just heard about, from 
http://www.ubs-translations.org/tictalk/ubstic.html:

> *Stuttgart Electronic Study Bible (SESB)*: ... Logos has just released 
> SESB for North America ($279.95), and the German Bible Society is 
> distributing it outside North America (€240). This package includes 
> BHS, NA27, LXX, all with their morphological tagging, and most 
> important, because they have not been available commercially in any 
> form, Eep Talstra’s syntactically tagged Hebrew Bible (the WIVU 
> database) and the critical apparatus for BHS and NA27. Also included 
> are the Vulgate, some basic Hebrew and Greek lexicons, and some modern 
> translations: Luther (1984), Gute Nachricht, Einheitsübersetzung, 
> Elberfelder, Die Schrift, NRSV, NIV, NVSR study edition, Français 
> courant, TOB, Statenvertaling, the NBG 1951 translation, Groot Nieuws 
> Bijbel, and the Danish common language version. ...


See also a rather nice Power Point presentation about this, in English 
or German, downloadable from http://www.dbg.de/article.php?article=418. 
The Hebrew lexicon, by the way, is not based on BDB at all but is a new 
(and probably rather basic) one.

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Peter Kirk
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