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Keter Crown Bible

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A Hebrew-English edition of the Tanach, with shoulder notes and maps. In a convenient, Pocket-size format. Clear typesetting, attractive binding, with a ribbon bookmark.


  • ITEM #: 3985
  • Dimensions: 5" x 7"
  • ISBN: 1-58330-275-1
  • Binding: Hard Cover / 1171 pages
  • Published by: Chorev Publishing House

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  • My favourite translation

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    • 7/15/12

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    • David Roberts

    5 stars for the English translation. It translates Hebrew place names by putting them in square brackets. It has footnotes about obscure words. When you read it, you know what you're reading is actually the Bible, not some translator playing games with the text. It has a list of all the Haftarot, including the Yemenite ones.

    My only wish is that since the Hebrew only Simanim Tanakh is also published by Feldheim, that one day they'd take the Simanim Hebrew and put it into the Keter Crown Bible, as it would be so useful for Hebrew learners to have all those signs to learn to pronounce the Hebrew correct with a corresponding faithful and accurate translation on the opposite page, and since Feldheim publishes both, I don't see why they couldn't do it. And I bet it would become a very popular Bible. Who in their right mind wouldn't want this awesome translation with all the Simanim signs?

  • The best translation of the Tanach in English. Outstanding!

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    • 1/16/12

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    • David

    I prefer this translation of the Tanach over all other versions. It's faithful to the Hebrew and the English flows very well.

  • Beautiful...Just Beautiful

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    • 11/20/11

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    • Aharon620

    I must say that I have yet to find ONE aspect of this Tanach that I don't like. The lettering is beautiful, the cover astounding, and it has maps and diagrams all throughout it. It has the transliterated Hebrew names instead of the common Greek or Latin names. It has a long introduction that discusses the Aleppo codex, from which this is based, and the Tanach itself, including a couple sentences about each book. I very much encourage you to go get this Tanach; its worth every penny.

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