TextusVolume 26 is now complete and available in print form, but the articles are also available with open access online. I noted the online version last year here.
Studies of the Hebrew University Bible Project
Edited by: Dr Michael Segal
Publisher: The Mandel Institute of Jewish Studies
Textus - STUDIES OF THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY BIBLE PROJECT
Jewish Studies, Bible Studies
Publish date: February 2017
Format: 24x17 cm
Weight: 600 gr.
Articles in this volume:
Emanuel Tov - The Development of the Text of the Torah in Two Major Text Blocks
Michael Segal, Emanuel Tov, William Brentת Seales, Clifford Seth Parker, Pnina Shor, Yosef Porath, with an Appendix by Ada Yardeni - An Early Leviticus Scroll from En-Gedi: Preliminary Publication
Kristin De Troyer - Reconstructing the Older Hebrew Text of the Book of Joshua: An Analysis of Joshua 10
Armin Lange - 4QXIIg (4Q82) as an Editorial Text
Gary A. Rendsburg - How Could a Torah Scroll Have Included the Word זעטוטי?
Nancy Benovitz - Psalm 91:1 and the Rabbinic Shemaʿ in Greek on a Byzantine Amuletic Armband
Yosef Ofer - A Fragment of the Aleppo Codex (Exodus 8) that Reached Israel
Rachel Hitin-Mashiah - Main Division in the Verse in the 21 Prose Books: Syntactic Study
Jordan S. Penkower - An Esther Scroll from the 15th Century: Determining its Type among Five Traditions (Oriental, Sefardi, Ashkenazi, Italian, Yemenite)
Sunday, February 26, 2017
Textus 26 (2016) now in print
NEW JOURNAL VOLUME FROM MAGNES PRESS: