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The CrossWire Bible Society's purpose is to develop Bible software. Part of what makes great software is the availability of great content: Bibles, commentaries, dictionaries, atlases, and other books. CrossWire depends on the availability of great content produced by others--we generally do not produce our own original content.
 
The CrossWire Bible Society's purpose is to develop Bible software. Part of what makes great software is the availability of great content: Bibles, commentaries, dictionaries, atlases, and other books. CrossWire depends on the availability of great content produced by others--we generally do not produce our own original content.
 
Other projects around the Web have been started to produce electronic editions of texts that we would love to see incorporated into SWORD. The following are a list of links to such projects. Involvement in these projects does not usually require a great deal of technical expertise, so we strongly encourage people who want to help SWORD improve but who don't feel prepared to contribute by writing code to contribute their time and work to these projects.
 
  
 
Some of these projects have a limited scope (perhaps just one book) while others serve as repositories for massive collections of texts. All links are just suggestions.  
 
Some of these projects have a limited scope (perhaps just one book) while others serve as repositories for massive collections of texts. All links are just suggestions.  
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If you find additional projects or particular works being produced by those projects, please add them to the list if they fulfill following criteria:
 
If you find additional projects or particular works being produced by those projects, please add them to the list if they fulfill following criteria:
 
* The texts described are actually available - not just in image form, but in some form of easily accessible format.
 
* The texts described are actually available - not just in image form, but in some form of easily accessible format.
* The texts are freely licensed
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* The texts are freely licensed (or if distribution permissions have been sought and obtained).
  
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==Individual Bible Works or small collections of Bibles in same language==
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===Biblical Languages and old translations===
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* [http://www.tanakhml.org/ TanakhML Project] aims at providing scholars with efficient tools for travelling over the Bible in Hebrew, as well as with a common descriptive language for describing the structure of the Bible according to the Jewish masoretic tradition. TanakhML is thus, ''stricto sensu'', that specific language, described according to the XML meta-language, used to express the structure of the Hebrew Bible, or Tanakh (Tanach), as formalised by the Jewish tradition, or Masorah. Content is provided under the Creative Commons license [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/be/deed.en CC BY-NC-SA 2.0]. The online Hebrew text is [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biblia_Hebraica_Stuttgartensia Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia].
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* [http://scrolltag.com/westcott_and_hort Westcott and Hort Greek New Testament] with accents, punctuation, morphology and lemmas. License [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/ CC-BY-SA (USA)].
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* [http://vulsearch.sourceforge.net/ The Clementine Vulgate Text Project] – The Clementine Text Project was an effort between 2002 and 2005 to create a free online text version of the Clementine Vulgate. This is an historically important edition of the Latin Bible that previously did not exist in electronic form. The text has been released into the public domain.
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* [https://shebanq.ancient-data.org/ SHEBANQ] – '''S'''ystem for '''HEB'''rew Text: '''AN'''notations for '''Q'''ueries and Markup – Scholarly editions of the Bible usually dedicate space to a critical apparatus and various kinds of annotations.  We introduce the idea of annotating the text with queries. They show up next to the chapters where the results are.  Of course you can also share your hand-written annotations! SHEBANQ is a search engine for the Hebrew Bible, powered by the ETCBC4 linguistic database, formerly know as WIVU. The data is archived for open access, and the program code is open source. For further details, see [https://shebanq.ancient-data.org/sources About SHEBANQ].
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:* There is an online version of the database at [http://bibleol.3bmoodle.dk/ Bible Online Learner].
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:* The database is maintained on GitHub. See [https://github.com/ETCBC/shebanq ETCBC/shebanq]
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===Cherokee===
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* [http://www.cherokeenewtestament.net/ Cherokee New Testament]
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===Dutch===
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* [http://www.bijbelsdigitaal.nl/ Oude bijbels digitaal ontsloten] – Old Dutch Bibles digitisation project.
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===English===
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* [http://openenglishbible.org/ Open English Bible] – a completely free modern English translation of the Bible. The OEB is under a Creative Commons Zero licence.
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===French===
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Martin_(French_divine) David Martin] [http://www.martin1707.com/ 1707 French Bible] – NT is complete. OT in progress - 10 books available.
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* [http://www.dieu-en-ligne.com/ La Bible David Martin] (1744 and 1855 editions
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* [http://456-bible.123-bible.com/ French Bibles] – Several historic Bibles and other important books have been digitized by the web-master, Yves Petrakian.
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===Gothic===
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* The [http://www.wulfila.be/ Wulfila project] – a small digital library dedicated to the study of the Gothic language and Old Germanic languages in general. Our primary goal is to provide linguistically annotated editions that can be downloaded in TEI format or browsed online, linked to a digital glossary, POS-tags and interlinear translations. The focus is currently on the '''Gothic Bible''' and minor fragments; ...
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===Hawaiian===
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:* [http://baibala.org/ Baibala Hawaiian Bible] 2 texts should be public domain
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===Irish===
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* [http://www.biblebc.com/Projects/irish_new_testament_project.htm Irish New Testament Project]
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===Welsh===
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* [http://kimkat.org/amryw/1_testunau/sion_prys_003_beibl_mynegai_1281k.htm Welsh Bible (1620)]
  
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==Commentaries==
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* [http://haydock1859.tripod.com/ Haydock's Catholic Bible Commentary], 1859 edition
  
==Individual Works==
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* [http://bible.zoxt.net/hex/hex.htm The English Hexapla 1841] – Greek New Testament according to Scholtz with 6 ancient English translations: Wiclif 1380, Tyndale 1534, Cranmer 1539, Geneva 1557, Rheims 1582, Authorised 1611
:* Elberfelder 1871 Retroprojekt: http://code.google.com/p/elberfelder1871/
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:* Cherokee New Testament: http://www.cherokeenewtestament.net/
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==Dictionaries==
 
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* [http://www.bosworthtoller.com/ Bosworth–Toller Anglo-Saxon Dictionary]
:* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Morgan_(Bible_translator) William Morgan]'s Welsh Bible (1620): http://kimkat.org/amryw/1_testunau/sion_prys_003_beibl_mynegai_1281k.htm
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* [http://kamusi.org/ The Kamusi Project] is a participatory international effort dedicated to improving knowledge of the world's languages. Our long-term mission is to produce dictionaries and other language resources for every language, and to make those resources available everywhere to everyone. Our initial focus is the languages of Africa. Africa's one billion people speak about 2000 languages. Licensed: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.
 
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:* Irish New Testament Project: http://www.biblebc.com/Projects/irish_new_testament_project.htm
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:* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Martin_(French_divine) David Martin] 1707 French Bible: http://www.martin1707.com/ – NT is complete. OT in progress - 10 books available.
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:* La Bible David Martin (1744 and 1855 editions compared) http://www.dieu-en-ligne.com/
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:* The Codex Sinaiticus Project http://www.codex-sinaiticus.net/ <br>This is an international collaboration to reunite the entire manuscript in digital form and make it accessible to a global audience for the first time. Drawing on the expertise of leading scholars, conservators and curators, the Project gives everyone the opportunity to connect directly with this famous manuscript. See also [http://www.itsee.bham.ac.uk/projects/sinaiticus/] for details of the intended complete electronic edition, using and developing software pioneered by Peter Robinson of the University of Birmingham.
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:* The Aleppo Codex http://aleppocodex.org/
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:* [http://www.tanakhml.org/ TanakhML Project] <ref>Dead link reported on 2012-10-22.</ref> aims at providing scholars with efficient tools for travelling over the Bible in Hebrew, as well as with a common descriptive language for describing the structure of the Bible according to the Jewish masoretic tradition. TanakhML is thus, ''stricto sensu'', that specific language, described according to the XML meta-language, used to express the structure of the Hebrew Bible, or Tanakh (Tanach), as formalised by the Jewish tradition, or Masorah. Content is provided under the Creative Commons license [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/be/deed.en CC BY-NC-SA 2.0]. The online Hebrew text is [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biblia_Hebraica_Stuttgartensia Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia].
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:* The Codex Argenteus Online http://w3.ub.uu.se/arv/codex/faksimiledition/
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:* Codex Marianus http://www.slav.helsinki.fi/ccmh/marianus.html
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:* Haydock's Catholic Bible Commentary, 1859 edition http://haydock1859.tripod.com/
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:* The Christian Bible in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lojban Lojban] http://www.lojban.org/texts/translations/drbible.html
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:* The Paris Psalter http://www.aug.edu/augusta/psalms/ (hosted by J. Richard Stracke, emeritus professor of English, Augusta State University)
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:* The English Hexapla 1841 http://bible.zoxt.net/hex/hex.htm &ndash; Greek New Testament according to Scholtz with 6 ancient English translations: Wiclif 1380, Tyndale 1534, Cranmer 1539, Geneva 1557, Rheims 1582, Authorised 1611
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:* Portuguese Free Bible Project (''Bíblia Livre'') http://sites.google.com/site/biblialivre/ (Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Brazil License)
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:* Mount Sinai Arabic Codex 151 &ndash; as described in [http://www.unashamedofthegospel.org/treasures_st_catherines.cfm] Need to find out the current status of this project.
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:* [http://www.katapi.org.uk/BibleMSS/Curetonian.htm Curetonian Syriac] &ndash; the four Gospels in Old Syriac. See [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curetonian_Gospels] for a description.
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:* [http://scrolltag.com/westcott_and_hort Westcott and Hort Greek New Testament] with accents, punctuation, morphology and lemmas. License [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/ CC-BY-SA (USA)].
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:* [http://www.cgu.edu/pages/8074.asp The International Q Project] &ndash; at Claremont Graduate University.
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:* [http://vulsearch.sourceforge.net/ The Clementine Vulgate Text Project] &ndash; The Clementine Text Project was an effort between 2002 and 2005 to create a free online text version of the Clementine Vulgate. This is an historically important edition of the Latin Bible that previously did not exist in electronic form. The text has been released into the public domain.
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:* [http://openenglishbible.org/ Open English Bible] &ndash; a completely free modern English translation of the Bible. The OEB is under a Creative Commons Zero licence.
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:* [https://github.com/translatable-exegetical-tools/Abbott-Smith Abbott-Smith's Manual Greek Lexicon]
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:* [http://www.bosworthtoller.com/ Bosworth–Toller Anglo-Saxon Dictionary]
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==Collections==
 
==Collections==
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* [http://www.wikisource.org/ Wikisource]:
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* [http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Catholic_Encyclopedia_(1913) Catholic Encyclopedia 1913]
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* [http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/1911_Encyclopædia_Britannica Encyclopædia Brittanica 1911]
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* [http://runeberg.org/ Project Runeberg] &ndash; Nordic (Scandinavian) literature (including some Bibles, etc)
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* [http://www.westafricanscripts.com/ West African Scripts Literature Ministry]
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* [http://www.asna.ca/alaska/ Alaskan Orthodox texts]
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:This site is an electronic library of historic Orthodox Christian resources in the indigenous languages of Alaska. Included in this site are printed texts in the Aleut, Alutiiq, Tlingit, and Yup'ik languages. Among these are some translations of the Holy Gospels.
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* The [http://ota.ahds.ac.uk/ Oxford Text Archive] &ndash; browsing the catalogue I came across The Apostolic Fathers and the Hanga NT.
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* From the University of Zurich, Zwingli’s theological treatises can be accessed [http://www.irg.uzh.ch/static/zwingli-werke/ here] and his letters [http://www.irg.uzh.ch/static/zwingli-briefe/ here].
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* Volunteers at [https://github.com/FreeBiblesIndia Free Bibles India] are digitizing several public domain Indian language Bible translations. [[User:David Haslam|David]] is in contact with them and collaborating on some projects.
  
:* Wikisource &ndash; http://www.wikisource.org/
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* [https://gitenberg.github.io/ Project GITenberg] &ndash; a Free and Open, Collaborative, Trackable and Scriptable digital library. It leverages the power of the Git version control system and the collaborative potential of Github to make books more open.
::* Catholic Encyclopedia 1913: http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Catholic_Encyclopedia_(1913)
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* [http://textonline.org/ Translatable Exegetical Tools] &ndash; '''TExT''' is short for Translatable Exegetical Tools. We desire to facilitate the development of freely distributable and translatable tools for biblical exegesis to serve the global church.
::* Encyclopædia Brittanica 1911: http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/1911_Encyclopædia_Britannica
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* Various [http://www.cgmusic.org/workshop/ Metrical Psalters] collated by the [http://www.cgmusic.org/ Music for the Church of God], including the complete Scottish Psalter of 1650. The same website also hosts several hymnals, etc.
::* Bible Kralická (it is actually the canonical source of CzeBKR in the repo) https://cs.wikisource.org/wiki/Bible_kralick%C3%A1
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===German===
 
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* [http://www.glaubensstimme.de/ Glaubensstimme - Das evangelische Archiv im Internet] &ndash; We have been offered more or less the whole of Glaubensstimme archive for CrossWire. RefDoc has had a look at it - it is in essence a huge repository of German language texts, probably similar size as CCEL and would if we could work with it probably in one go double what we have in modules overall. Or more. Much of it is of huge quality - both theological and format wise. Most, but a few texts seem GenBook material. Commentaries and a couple of Bible translations are there too.
:* Project Runeberg &ndash; http://runeberg.org/
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===Thai===
::* Nordic (Scandinavian) literature (including some Bibles, etc)
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:* [http://www.thaicrc.com/ Thai Christian Resources] ''This site is almost entirely in Thai''.
 
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:* French Bibles, etc &ndash; http://456-bible.123-bible.com/
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::* Several historic Bibles and other important books have been digitized by the web-master, Yves Petrakian.
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:* West African Scripts Literature Ministry &ndash; http://www.westafricanscripts.com/
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:* Alaskan Orthodox texts &ndash; http://www.asna.ca/alaska/
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::This site is an electronic library of historic Orthodox Christian resources in the indigenous languages of Alaska. Included in this site are printed texts in the Aleut, Alutiiq, Tlingit, and Yup'ik languages. Among these are some translations of the Holy Gospels.
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:* [http://www.logosmappen.net/bibel/gezelius/ Project Gezelius]
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::Project Gezelius is a Nordic project which has reached its aim to put out the 4200 pages of extensive biblical works from the 1700s into a web database.
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:* [http://www.klinopis.cz/ Old Babylonian Text Corpus]
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::Cuneiform Circle is a community of scholars engaged in the study of the Old Babylonian Akkadian. Their main goal is to create an Old Babylonian Text Corpus, an Old Babylonian Dictionary, and a List of Old Babylonian Cuneiform Signs.
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:* The AHRC [http://www.gbbj.org/ Greek Bible in Byzantine Judaism] project.
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::The object of the project is to gather together textual evidence for the use of Greek Bible translations by Jews in the Middle Ages and to produce a corpus in digital and print form. See this University of Cambridge news item [http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/news/dp/2010122002].
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:* The [http://sceti.library.upenn.edu/ Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text & Image] at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries.
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:* The [http://ota.ahds.ac.uk/ Oxford Text Archive] &ndash; browsing the catalogue I came across The Apostolic Fathers and the Hanga NT.
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:* The [http://ctext.org/ Chinese Text Project] &ndash; is a web-based e-text system designed to present ancient Chinese texts.
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:* [http://www.bijbelsdigitaal.nl/ Oude bijbels digitaal ontsloten] &ndash; Old Dutch Bibles digitisation project.
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:* From the University of Zurich, Zwingli’s theological treatises can be accessed [http://www.irg.uzh.ch/static/zwingli-werke/ here] and his letters [http://www.irg.uzh.ch/static/zwingli-briefe/ here].
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:* [http://www.glaubensstimme.de/ Glaubensstimme - Das evangelische Archiv im Internet] &ndash; We have been offered more or less the whole of Glaubensstimme archive for CrossWire. RefDoc has had a look at it - it is in essence a huge repository of German language texts, probably similar size as CCEL and would if we could work with it probably in one go double what we have in modules overall. Or more. Much of it is of huge quality - both theological and format wise. Most, but a few texts seem GenBook material. Commentaries and a couple of Bible translations are there too.
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* [http://www.libraries.wright.edu/noshelfrequired/2011/04/28/university-of-michigan-library-opens-ecco-eighteenth-century-collections-online-to-the-public/ University of Michigan Library opens ECCO – Eighteenth Century Collections Online to the public]
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==Catalogues==
 
==Catalogues==
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* [http://bibles.wikidot.com/ The Internet Bible Catalog] &ndash; an experiment in creating a web-based catalogue of existing Bible Translations.
  
:* [http://bibles.wikidot.com/ The Internet Bible Catalog] &ndash; an experiment in creating a web-based catalogue of existing Bible Translations.
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* [http://www.bible-researcher.com/ Bible Research] &ndash; The site is for Bible students who are looking for detailed information on the history of the canon, texts, and versions of Scripture.
 
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:* [http://www.bible-researcher.com/ Bible Research] &ndash; The site is for Bible students who are looking for detailed information on the history of the canon, texts, and versions of Scripture.
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== Specialist Societies ==
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:* [http://www.tyndale.org/ The Tyndale Society] &ndash; The Society exists for all who are interested in the work and influence of William Tyndale. William Tyndale gave us our English Bible. Forbidden to work in England, Tyndale translated and printed in English the New Testament and half the Old Testament between 1525 and 1535 in Germany and the Low Countries. He worked from the Greek and Hebrew original texts when knowledge of those languages in England was rare. His pocket-sized Bible translations were smuggled into England, and then ruthlessly sought out by the Church, confiscated and destroyed. Condemned as a heretic, Tyndale was strangled and burned outside Brussels in 1536. Of particular note, a complete Tyndale Bible concordance is now almost complete.
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==Online Resources==
 
==Online Resources==
  
:* [http://www.kalvesmaki.com/LXX/ The Septuagint Online: Electronic Resources for the Study of the Septuagint and Old Greek Versions] &ndash; ''compiled by Joel Kalvesmaki''.
 
 
:* [http://textonline.org/ Translatable Exegetical Tools] &ndash; '''TExT''' is short for Translatable Exegetical Tools. We desire to facilitate the development of freely distributable and translatable tools for biblical exegesis to serve the global church.
 
 
:* Various [http://www.cgmusic.org/workshop/ Metrical Psalters] collated by the [http://www.cgmusic.org/ Music for the Church of God], including the complete Scottish Psalter of 1650. The same website also hosts several hymnals, etc.
 
 
==Dictionaries==
 
* [http://kamusi.org/ The Kamusi Project] is a participatory international effort dedicated to improving knowledge of the world's languages. Our long-term mission is to produce dictionaries and other language resources for every language, and to make those resources available everywhere to everyone. Our initial focus is the languages of Africa. Africa's one billion people speak about 2000 languages. Licensed:  Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.
 
 
==Thai==
 
::* [http://www.thaicrc.com/ Thai Christian Resources]  ''This site is almost entirely in Thai''.
 
==Hawaiian==
 
::* [http://baibala.org/ Baibala Hawaiian Bible] 2 texts shoudl be public domain
 
==Shebanq==
 
:* [https://shebanq.ancient-data.org/ SHEBANQ] &ndash; '''S'''ystem for '''HEB'''rew Text: '''AN'''notations for '''Q'''ueries and Markup &ndash; Scholarly editions of the Bible usually dedicate space to a critical apparatus and various kinds of annotations.  We introduce the idea of annotating the text with queries. They show up next to the chapters where the results are.  Of course you can also share your hand-written annotations! SHEBANQ is a search engine for the Hebrew Bible, powered by the ETCBC4 linguistic database, formerly know as WIVU. The data is archived for open access, and the program code is open source. For further details, see [https://shebanq.ancient-data.org/sources About SHEBANQ].
 
::* There is an online version of the database at [http://bibleol.3bmoodle.dk/ Bible Online Learner].
 
::* The database is maintained on GitHub. See [https://github.com/ETCBC/shebanq ETCBC/shebanq]
 
 
==Gothic==
 
 
* The [http://www.wulfila.be/ Wulfila project] &ndash; a small digital library dedicated to the study of the Gothic language and Old Germanic languages in general. Our primary goal is to provide linguistically annotated editions that can be downloaded in TEI format or browsed online, linked to a digital glossary, POS-tags and interlinear translations. The focus is currently on the '''Gothic Bible''' and minor fragments; ...
 
 
==TITUS Project==
 
* [http://titus.uni-frankfurt.de/ The TITUS Projekt (Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text und Sprachmaterialien)] &ndash; The TITUS server is a joint project of the Institute of Comparative Linguistics of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main, the Ústav starého Predního východu a srovnávací jazykovedy of Charles University, Prague, the Institut for Almen og Anvendt Sprogvidenskab of the University of Kopenhagen and the Departamento de Filología Clásica y Románica (Filología Griega) de la Universidad de Oviedo.
 
 
== On GitHub ==
 
* Volunteers at [https://github.com/FreeBiblesIndia Free Bibles India] are digitizing several public domain Indian language Bible translations. [[User:David Haslam|David]] is in contact with them and collaborating on one project.
 
 
* [https://gitenberg.github.io/ Project GITenberg] &ndash; a Free and Open, Collaborative, Trackable and Scriptable digital library. It leverages the power of the Git version control system and the collaborative potential of Github to make books more open.
 
 
==References==
 
<references />
 
  
 
[[Category:Projects]]
 
[[Category:Projects]]

Latest revision as of 17:21, 12 January 2018

Introduction

The CrossWire Bible Society's purpose is to develop Bible software. Part of what makes great software is the availability of great content: Bibles, commentaries, dictionaries, atlases, and other books. CrossWire depends on the availability of great content produced by others--we generally do not produce our own original content.

Some of these projects have a limited scope (perhaps just one book) while others serve as repositories for massive collections of texts. All links are just suggestions.

If you find additional projects or particular works being produced by those projects, please add them to the list if they fulfill following criteria:

  • The texts described are actually available - not just in image form, but in some form of easily accessible format.
  • The texts are freely licensed (or if distribution permissions have been sought and obtained).

Individual Bible Works or small collections of Bibles in same language

Biblical Languages and old translations

  • TanakhML Project aims at providing scholars with efficient tools for travelling over the Bible in Hebrew, as well as with a common descriptive language for describing the structure of the Bible according to the Jewish masoretic tradition. TanakhML is thus, stricto sensu, that specific language, described according to the XML meta-language, used to express the structure of the Hebrew Bible, or Tanakh (Tanach), as formalised by the Jewish tradition, or Masorah. Content is provided under the Creative Commons license CC BY-NC-SA 2.0. The online Hebrew text is Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia.
  • Westcott and Hort Greek New Testament with accents, punctuation, morphology and lemmas. License CC-BY-SA (USA).
  • The Clementine Vulgate Text Project – The Clementine Text Project was an effort between 2002 and 2005 to create a free online text version of the Clementine Vulgate. This is an historically important edition of the Latin Bible that previously did not exist in electronic form. The text has been released into the public domain.
  • SHEBANQSystem for HEBrew Text: ANnotations for Queries and Markup – Scholarly editions of the Bible usually dedicate space to a critical apparatus and various kinds of annotations. We introduce the idea of annotating the text with queries. They show up next to the chapters where the results are. Of course you can also share your hand-written annotations! SHEBANQ is a search engine for the Hebrew Bible, powered by the ETCBC4 linguistic database, formerly know as WIVU. The data is archived for open access, and the program code is open source. For further details, see About SHEBANQ.

Cherokee

Dutch

English

  • Open English Bible – a completely free modern English translation of the Bible. The OEB is under a Creative Commons Zero licence.

French

Gothic

  • The Wulfila project – a small digital library dedicated to the study of the Gothic language and Old Germanic languages in general. Our primary goal is to provide linguistically annotated editions that can be downloaded in TEI format or browsed online, linked to a digital glossary, POS-tags and interlinear translations. The focus is currently on the Gothic Bible and minor fragments; ...

Hawaiian

Irish

Welsh

Commentaries

  • The English Hexapla 1841 – Greek New Testament according to Scholtz with 6 ancient English translations: Wiclif 1380, Tyndale 1534, Cranmer 1539, Geneva 1557, Rheims 1582, Authorised 1611

Dictionaries

  • Bosworth–Toller Anglo-Saxon Dictionary
  • The Kamusi Project is a participatory international effort dedicated to improving knowledge of the world's languages. Our long-term mission is to produce dictionaries and other language resources for every language, and to make those resources available everywhere to everyone. Our initial focus is the languages of Africa. Africa's one billion people speak about 2000 languages. Licensed: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.

Collections

This site is an electronic library of historic Orthodox Christian resources in the indigenous languages of Alaska. Included in this site are printed texts in the Aleut, Alutiiq, Tlingit, and Yup'ik languages. Among these are some translations of the Holy Gospels.
  • The Oxford Text Archive – browsing the catalogue I came across The Apostolic Fathers and the Hanga NT.
  • From the University of Zurich, Zwingli’s theological treatises can be accessed here and his letters here.
  • Volunteers at Free Bibles India are digitizing several public domain Indian language Bible translations. David is in contact with them and collaborating on some projects.
  • Project GITenberg – a Free and Open, Collaborative, Trackable and Scriptable digital library. It leverages the power of the Git version control system and the collaborative potential of Github to make books more open.
  • Translatable Exegetical ToolsTExT is short for Translatable Exegetical Tools. We desire to facilitate the development of freely distributable and translatable tools for biblical exegesis to serve the global church.
  • Various Metrical Psalters collated by the Music for the Church of God, including the complete Scottish Psalter of 1650. The same website also hosts several hymnals, etc.

German

  • Glaubensstimme - Das evangelische Archiv im Internet – We have been offered more or less the whole of Glaubensstimme archive for CrossWire. RefDoc has had a look at it - it is in essence a huge repository of German language texts, probably similar size as CCEL and would if we could work with it probably in one go double what we have in modules overall. Or more. Much of it is of huge quality - both theological and format wise. Most, but a few texts seem GenBook material. Commentaries and a couple of Bible translations are there too.

Thai

Catalogues

  • Bible Research – The site is for Bible students who are looking for detailed information on the history of the canon, texts, and versions of Scripture.

Online Resources