Aleppo Codex : In Pursuit of One of the World’s Most Coveted, Sacred, and Mysterious Books

Aleppo Codex : In Pursuit of One of the World’s Most Coveted, Sacred, and Mysterious Books

Week twenty of the year-long Bible reading plan, which is an average of reading three O.T. books and one N.T. book every day. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Mon. May 13: 2 Chron. 21-24, 1 Tim. 2;  Tue. May 14: 2 Chron. 25-28, 1 Tim. 3;  Wed. May 15: 2 Chron. 29-30, 1 Tim. 4;  Thu. May 16: 2 Chron. 31-33, 1 Tim. 5;  Fri. May 17: 2 Chron. 34-36, 1 Tim. 6;  Sat. May 18: Ezra 01-03,, 2 Tim. 1;;  Sun. May 19: Ezra 04-07, 2 Tim. 2.      (Picture, Wiki: Aleppo Codex Joshua 1)

Aleppo Codex Joshua 1 1 - Hebrew alphabet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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1930 Indian 4

Aleppo Codex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Aleppo Codex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Aleppo Codex

Aleppo Codex (Deut) - Biblical manuscript - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Aleppo Codex, by Matti Friedman.

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Mystery of the missing pages of the Aleppo Codex.

The world’s oldest Hebrew Bible, the Aleppo Codex, is missing pages—and not just a couple leaves, but four of the Five Books of Moses! What happened to them?

The Aleppo Codex, the "second witness" where I found the name of Yehovah with a full set of consonants and vowels. The verse says "and I heard behind me a great rumbling sound, saying, 'Blessed is Yehovah from his place!'" Ezekiel 3:12.  The Aleppo Codex was completed in 924 CE in Tiberius. The consonants were written by Shlomoh Ben Buya'a and the vowels, accents, Masoretic notes, and proofreading were done by Aharon Ben Asher. - Nehemia Gordon

The Aleppo Codex, the "second witness" where I found the name of Yehovah with a full set of consonants and vowels. The verse says "and I heard behind me a great rumbling sound, saying, 'Blessed is Yehovah from his place!'" Ezekiel 3:12. The Aleppo Codex was completed in 924 CE in Tiberius. The consonants were written by Shlomoh Ben Buya'a and the vowels, accents, Masoretic notes, and proofreading were done by Aharon Ben Asher. - Nehemia Gordon

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The Aleppo Codex. As defined by the author, an Associated Press correspondent living in Jerusalem, the "Aleppo Codex" is the most perfect copy of the Hebrew Bible -- "the singluar and authoritative version, for believing Jews, of God's word as it was sent into the world of men in their language." Friedman spent four years and traveled across three continents seeking the truth about how the codex was smuggled into Israel and what happed to its missing pages.  http://outriderbooks.blogspot.com

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The Continuing Mysteries of the Aleppo Codex – Tablet Magazine

The Continuing Mysteries of the Aleppo Codex – Tablet Magazine

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