Images of Complete Manuscripts
- Online Treasury of Talmudic Manuscripts of the National Library of Israel: Digital copies of the main manuscripts of the Mishnah, Tosefta, Yerushalmi, and Bavli.
- MS A50 of the David Kaufmann Collection: High resolution pictures of the Kaufman Mishnah.
- Cambridge MS Add. 470.1: The Cambridge Mishnah, edited by Lowe as “The Mishnah on Which the Palestinian Talmud Rests.” Images of this manuscript are not available on the NLI website.
- Leiden Or. 4720: Downloadable high-quality images of the Leiden Manuscript of the Palestinian Talmud.
- Hebrew Manuscripts of the Munich Library: Many of the Hebrew Manuscripts of the Munich Library, available to view online and to download for free as PDF files.
- MS Sassoon: a tenth century Iraqi MS of the Halakhot Pesuqot
- Oxford Bodl. MS. Hunt. 80: An autographed copy of Maimonides’ Mishneh Torah, books Mada and Ahava.
- Pirqe Rabbi Eliezer Electronic Text Editing Project
Images of Fragments and Manuscripts from the Cairo and European Genizah
- The Friedberg Genizah Project: Photographs of almost all fragments of the Cairo Genizah.
- Rylands Genizah Collection
- Cairo Genizah Collection of the Bodleian libraries: Photographs of the Cairo Genizah fragments in the Bodleian Library of Oxford.
- The Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text & Image of the University of Pennsylvania Libraries
- “Books Within Books”- Hebrew Fragments in European Libraries: Photographs of Hebrew Manuscripts found in medieval European bookbindings.
- Austrian Geniza
- Girona Manuscripts
- “Torat haTanaim”: Primary Textual Witnesses to Tannaitic Literature: Transcriptions of the Tosefta, Mekhilta of Rabbbi Ishmael, Sifra, Sifrei Bamidbar and Sifrei Devarim.
- The Sol and Evelyn Henkind Talmud Text Database of the Saul Lieberman Institute: Searchable transcriptions of almost all manuscripts of the Bavli. Personal or institution subscription required.
- Transcriptions of the Academy of the Hebrew Language: Searchable transcriptions of many Hebrew and Aramaic works. Personal or institution subscription required. See here for instructions, in Hebrew, on how to use the database.
- Synopsis of Midrash Shmuel: A synoptic edition of the midrash, prepared by Berachyahu Lifshitz.
- Synopsis of Esther Rabbah: A synoptic edition of the midrash, prepared by Yosef Tabori and Arnon Atzmon.
- Synopsis of Qohelet Rabbah: A synoptic edition of the midrash, prepared by Shaul Baruchi, Marc Hirshman, and Reuven Kipperwasser.
- Synopsis of Shir haShirim Rabbah: A synoptic edition of the midrash, prepared by Tamar Kedari and others.
- Synopsis of Vayikra Rabbah: A synoptic edition of the midrash, prepared by Chaim Milikowsky and Margarete Schlüter.
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