The Leningrad Codex of the Hebrew Bible is in the public domain. We
obtained a digital version of the Leningrad Codex through the Open
Scriptures Hebrew Bible project (https://hb.openscriptures.org/). The
Hebrew Bible in the current distribution of the HELFI corpus contains
one unintended change (it will be fixed in the future).
The Hebrew Bible of the HELFI corpus is in the public domain.
You may use it at your own risk.
The Roman script transliteration of the Hebrew Bible has been
developed in the spirit of the SBL transliteration standard but
does not yet capture the standard in every detail. You may use the
transliteration only at your own risk.
The lemmas and morphology data of the Leningrad Codex have been
created by the Open Scriptures Hebrew Bible Project
The Hebrew lemmas and morphology data are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). For attribution
purposes, credit the Open Scriptures Hebrew Bible Project
The token numbers and ellipsis (=í) have been edited by the FABC project. The lemma numbers of the text are partly from the the Open Scriptures Hebrew Bible Project (so called Strong's numbers), and partly from the FABC project (FABC lemma numbers).
The morphological glossing and the transliteration has been converted to the current form by Anssi Yli-Jyrä - the most recent editor.
|Datum som det gjorts tillgängligt||2020|
|Datum för dataproduktion||maj 2020|