Greek & Hebrew Bibles in Unicode Word docs

The following texts are converted to Unicode by Tyndale House from texts which have been prepared elsewhere. Please respect the copyright restrictions which are appended to the texts, and use them only for non-commercial scholarly work.
If you find the text too large for Word 2007 (and later), use a copy of Word 2003.
Hebrew OT with vowels
- based on BHS with typos marked and corrected to Leningrad Codex
- Hebrew versification with English differences marked
Greek LXX with accents
- based on Rahlfs text
Greek-Hebrew LXX & MT in parallel
- Unicode version of Tov's electronic edition
Greek NT with accents
- this text is very similar to UBS3, UBS4, NA26 and NA27 (which use essentially the same text)


Unicode Greek & Hebrew texts on the Web

Before you can read Unicode Biblical Greek and Hebrew on the web properly, you need to set up your browser to use the Cardo Unicode font (or another scholarly font).

The instructions are slightly different for each browser:
In Internet Explorer 6:
- click on "Tools", "Internet options..." then "Fonts"
- for "Latin based" language scripts, select the Web page font "Cardo"
- for "Greek" and "Hebrew" language scripts, also select "Cardo"
Leningrad OT (ie almost BHS) with pointing
Leningrad OT (ie almost BHS) with pointing & Masoretic punctuation
Aleppo OT with pointing
Aleppo OT Hebrew with English in parallel (Masoretic Text and the JPS 1917 Ed)
Aleppo OT with full pointing & Masoretic punctuation
Targum Onqelos with vowels
Mishna, Tosephta, and both Talmuds in Hebrew
Hebrew Unicode typewriter with all the cantillation marks
Greek NT NA26/UBS3 = NA27/UBS4
- click on a word for simple lexicon and gramatical analysis
Orthodox Church Greek NT  with accents

Sacred texts from other religions,  incl. Koran & Hindu texts