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Bible Students Library 2 – FREE Download of Bible translations, Bible dictionaries, commentaries, concordances, etc. for Online Bible.
Jewish Bible (JPS 1917) – Online version of this Bible with Masoretic Hebrew Text, Snunit Hebrew text, and JPS English translation of 1917.
Today’s Hebrew Date
Calculates and displays in English and Hebrew with a thorough explanation of the traditional Hebrew calendar.
Hebrew for Travelers – Modern Hebrew (not Biblical Hebrew)
Hebrew for Christians Online course in Bible Hebrew.
This online exhibit includes images of 12 scroll fragments and 29 other objects and a lot of background information.
The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures
Interesting information and articles.
Found on this site are notes from a Graduate Biblical Hebrew Level I class taught by Dr. David Wallace. The main text used in this site is Page H. Kelley’s Biblical Hebrew: An Introductory Grammar.
Israel Dispora — Links to various sites about Jewish language and Hebrew
by Page H. Kelley
Comprehensive in scope, this carefully-crafted introductory grammar of biblical Hebew offers easy-to-understand explanations, numerous biblical illustrations, and a wide range of imaginative, biblically-based exercises.
by Thomas Oden Lambdin
The publisher, Prentice-Hall Humanities/Social Science
The choice of vocabulary and grammar, in this text, is essentially an introduction to the prose, not the poetical language. By keeping the grammatical discussion at a relatively unsophisticated level the text can be used for study without a teacher.
From the Back Cover
KEY BENEFIT: The choice of vocabulary and grammar, in this book, is essentially an introduction to the prose, not the poetical language. KEY TOPICS: Generous use of transliteration is meant to serve three purposes: it enables the reader to perceive Hebrew as a language and not an exercise in decipherment, it removes the obstacles to mastering innumerable pages of abstract phonological and orthographic details, and facilitate the memorization of the paradigms
by D. Waylon Bailey, John O. Strange
Hardcover: 240 pages
by Roland Kenneth Harrison
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Student’s Vocabulary for Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic, A
by Larry Mitchel
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Barry L. Bandstra
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New Wilson’s Old Testament Word Studies : Keyed to Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance, Keyed to the Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament
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Jay P., Sr Green (Editor) / Paperback / Published 1997
The classic BDB has been improved in this revision of the most complete 1906 edition, making it by far the most useful Hebrew lexicon available to the English-speaking student. This edition is coded to Strong’s, thus allowing even those who do not know Hebrew ready access to this valuable tool. Numerous corrections have been made to the original and a new, larger format makes referencing even easier. by Francis Brown, S. Driver, C. Briggs. Hardcover, June 1996 Reprint edition.