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- The BDB in the 1906 edition and 1907 edition is online at Google Books (a.k.a. Brown, Driver, and Briggs' A Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Testament)
- BHS e-text, form parsing, and parallel translation (with KJV) at the TanakML Project
- Gesenius' Hebrew Grammar, 1910 edition, at Wikisource
Fonts for Near Eastern, Biblical, and Early Christian Studies:
These fonts contain Unicode glyphs for the language(s) indicated.
- Developed by the Society of Biblical Literature Font Foundation
- SIL International's Non-Roman Script Initiative provides these useful fonts for Biblical studies.