Project Page for 'The Song of Songs: Translated from the Original Hebrew with a Commentary, Historical and Critical [1857]'

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TitleThe Song of Songs: Translated from the Original Hebrew with a Commentary, Historical and Critical [1857]
AuthorGinsburg, Christian David (1831-1914)
LanguageEnglish with Hebrew
GenreReligious
DifficultyHard
Special DaySaint Valentine's Day
Project IDprojectID5c59fcf6dd8ab
Image SourceThe Internet Archive: American Libraries
Last Edit of Project InfoFriday, March 6, 2020 at 02:31   (Current Time: 12:57)
Last State ChangeSaturday, July 31, 2021 at 22:55
Character SuitesBasic Latin
Last Forum PostFriday, August 6, 2021 at 07:03
Instructions for Smooth Reading

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2021-08-04 17:11 projectID5c59fcf6dd8ab_first_in_prog_jhellingman.zip uploaded by jhellingman
Partially PP-ed text. Hebrew and Greek still require a good proofreading by somebody well-versed in the languages.

At bottom of HTML are all fragments in languages other than English sorted together.

Files include a KWIC (keyword in context) for all words (except stopwords).

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2022-09-21 16:38 projectID5c59fcf6dd8ab_smooth_avail.zip uploaded by jhellingman
This is an HTML file only. Languages are color coded and foreign language fragments are listed at the end of the file as well. Final version will not have those colors or foreign fragment lists.

I especially need people who know Hebrew, Greek, and/or Latin, who can verify those text for glaring mistakes.

To report your issues, please just copy a bit of context into a text file (Unicode of course!) and describe your concern. Please don't try to edit in the HTML itself.

Smooth Reading

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