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TanakhML Project has been made possible by some other, highly valuable scholarly works. Thank you very, very much to all those scholars and institutions who made the results of their works freely available on the net! Please note, in the list given below, scholars and institutions are just alphabetically ordered, country by country.

Helmut RichterTop of DE

Used paper: Hebrew Cantillation Marks And Their Encoding.

Author's Abstract: "A short description of the Hebrew cantillation marks and their usage for structuring the Bible text is given. The problems of their representation in modern character codes are briefly outlined. The article contains also tables with the Unicode and the Michigan-Claremont codings of the cantillation marks. Cantillation, which obviously is the purpose of cantillation marks, is not treated here."

Available from: Helmut Richter's Private Web Pages hosted by the Leibniz-Rechenzentrum (LRZ) of the Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften in München.

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Peter KirkTop of GB

Used paper: English, Russian and Hebrew verse numbers, a comparative chart.

Available from: Peter Kirk's website, Chelmsford, Essex.

The Oxford Text ArchiveTop of GB

Used texts: Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (BHS) and King James Version (KJV).

See BHS Header and KJV Header for more information.

Available from: The Oxford Text Archive.

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Richard L. GoerwitzTop of US

Used paper: A Fast, Practical Method For Checking the Accentual Structure and Integrity Of Tiberian-Pointed Biblical Texts (November 7th, 2001). A revised version of this latter is now also available (as PDF): A New Masoretic "Spell Checker" or A Fast, Practical Method For Checking the Accentual Structure and Integrity Of Tiberian-Pointed Biblical Texts (June 22nd, 2004).

Re-used code: Accents (modified for producing a MySQL representation of Hebrew verse accentual structure, and thus being able to get this structure dynamically displayed in a nested box view).

Available from: Richard L. Goerwitz's website, Northfield, Minnesota.

Westminster Hebrew InstituteTop of US

Used paper: Code Manual for the Michigan Old Testament (March 19th, 1982) by Dr. H. Van Dyke Parunak, followed by a Supplement to the Code Manual for the Michigan Old Testament (June 7th, 1989) by Alan Groves.

Author's Abstract: "This document describes the transcription code used in encoding the Massoretic Text of the Old Testament at the University of Michigan."

Available from: the Westminster Hebrew Institute of the Westminster Theological Seminary, Glenside (Philadelphia), Pennsylvania.

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