Index to online versions of the Aleppo Codex

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Index to online versions of the Aleppo Codex

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David Stark has produced an index to the several online versions of the Aleppo Codex. Very useful!

https://www.jdavidstark.com/how-to-find ... ppo-codex/
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Re: Index to online versions of the Aleppo Codex

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Since the Flash site became useless, I've been using mgketer.org. You just look up a passage (תנ"ך > עיון and then go to ספר and choose the location), then go to הצג > תנ"ך ועזרים נוספים and choose צילום כת"י כתר ארם צובא.

Thanks for listing these resources!
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I just discovered this index, and obviously haven't used it yet. Are you saying that Stark's index is no longer useful because of the flash issue?
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Kirk Lowery wrote: Mon Feb 22, 2021 9:40 am I just discovered this index, and obviously haven't used it yet. Are you saying that Stark's index is no longer useful because of the flash issue?
No. I'm talking about the old aleppocodex.org website. It's no longer useable.
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