Note: Some texts are buried
deep in e-archives. If title link does not work, click source.
State of the art interactive
encyclopedia offers free online access to an impressive collection of
multimedia exhibits of Jewish culture & history including the
Bible & archaeology,
Dead Sea scrolls,
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promised land, American Judaism, &
Solomon Schechter's influential
1897 essay on the traditional sources of Jewish belief (Internet
Sacred Text Archive).
Extensive selection of important papers by the
late pioneer of Jewish
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The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs'
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temple, the lot of Jews under
domination, & the modern
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diverse Jewish society with
freedom in a land with sacred shines of
Paul Halsall's extensive list of links to
electronic resources for historical research (Fordham U).
Rabbi Moshe Zauderer offers free courses on
biblical studies, holidays & ethics (from Jerusalem).
Well-organized gateway to websites
on topics of interest to Jews includes pages on the
study of Judaism,
Electronic encyclopedia with lucid articles on
Israel experience & graphic section on
treasures in the Library of Congress (developed by the American-Israeli
Tracey Rich maintains a well-organized
encyclopedia of basic information on Judaism in several formats. Includes
pages on Jewish beliefs
about G-d & human
within Judaism, attitudes toward non-Jews,
the role of women,
major sages, Hebrew
names, Torah, halakhah,
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Torrey Seland's comprehensive list of links to
on-line materials related to the 1st c. CE Jewish Platonist.
Website of the extensive collection of historic
materials from the genizah of Cairo's 1000 year old Ben Ezra synagogue at the
library of Cambridge U. provides an illustrated introduction to the project,
with clickable images of important documents (such as the
of ben Sira, letters signed by
Maimonides) as well as an
and access to
Cambridge's Digital Library of the almost 3000 genizah fragments.
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This page was revised
04 January 2020