So You Want to Read Handwritten Hebrew Manuscripts, part II.

This post is a continuation of two earlier blog entries (here and here).  Its purpose is to help facilitate the reading of handwritten Hebrew manuscripts for intermediate students of the language.  Psalm 113 serves as the subject of this comparison.

For this blog entry, I compare the Codex Leningrad text of the BHS with a beautifully [...]

So you want to begin reading handwritten ancient manuscripts?

This post is meant to be a practical application of the previous post.  In order to illustrate the differences between a modern critical edition and a facsimile edition of an old manuscript, I will provide an image of a passage from the Leningrad Codex (henceforth LC) along with the same passage in the BHS (copied [...]