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    Default Kennicott's Vetus Testamentum Hebraicum cum variis lectionibus

    Dear Friends,
    the best TC Edition of the Hebrew Tanach is the Kennicott Bible with much collation data. It is online:
    http://aleph.nli.org.il/nnl/dig/books/bk002093934.html
    How can I import the two volumes in BibleWorks?
    My problem is that I cannot download these two
    volumes on my hard disk. I have to view them online.

    Is there a way to get it on my PC and in BibleWorks ?
    Yours
    Peter
    www.streitenberger.com

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    Hmm... This version of the Samaritan Pentateuch was behind the recently released Samaritan Pentateuch user version.

    As far as getting this into BW, the only likely means of doing so would be to first pull the images from the DJVU files on JNUL website. Then (preferably) process them to reduce the file size and convert them into a CHM file similar to the ones produced for various NT manuscripts. Otherwise, the only way to "get this text into BW" would be to transcribe the Hebrew text and apparatus (which would be quite an expensive process).
    Jim Darlack - Reference Librarian at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
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    ok, thank you, Jim ! You're right, that would be quite an expensive process and I'm not sure whether it's worth doing it. I was able to download the djvu-files on my harddisk meanwhile. Do you know, Jim, whether the mss numbers in the Kennicott apparatus correspond to the De Rossi data?
    Yours
    Peter

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    Hi Peter, may I know how did you succeeded in downloading the kennicott files? It would seem that the bundle option is not working...
    Yours
    Eriberto

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter View Post
    ok, thank you, Jim ! You're right, that would be quite an expensive process and I'm not sure whether it's worth doing it. I was able to download the djvu-files on my harddisk meanwhile. Do you know, Jim, whether the mss numbers in the Kennicott apparatus correspond to the De Rossi data?
    Yours
    Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by eriberto View Post
    Hi Peter, may I know how did you succeeded in downloading the kennicott files? It would seem that the bundle option is not working...
    Yours
    Eriberto
    Dear Eriberto,
    I had the same problem but a friend somehow was able to download kennicott succesfully - I could give you permission to my dropbox, if you'd whish. I just would need your Email-adress.
    Yours
    Peter, Germany

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    That's so kind of you, thank you very much!

    Here's my email:

    eriberto.eriberti@gmail.com

    Yours,

    Eriberto

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter View Post
    Dear Eriberto,
    I had the same problem but a friend somehow was able to download kennicott succesfully - I could give you permission to my dropbox, if you'd whish. I just would need your Email-adress.
    Yours
    Peter, Germany

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