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The entire Hebrew lexicon throughout its history. (HDP)
Encompasses the entire Hebrew lexicon throughout its history; presenting Hebrew words in their morphological, semantical, and contextual development from first appearance in written texts to the present. The HDP has two lexicographical sections: the Ancient Literature Section and the Modern Literature Section . (In Hebrew.)
A comprehensive bibliography of approximately 90% of books printed in the Hebrew Language between 1470 and 1960.
Contains about 141,000 documents, and more than 15,000 biographies of authors, covering more than 90% of all books published in Hebrew languages from the years 1470-1960. Features a complete list of books in Hebrew and books with text in Ladino and Yiddish, as well lesser-known Jewish languages such as Judeo-Arabic, Bucharit, Judeo-Greek, Judeo-Afrikaans and Judeo-Kurdish.
Supported by Monash University's Australian Centre for Jewish Civilization together with the Kadimah Library and Cultural Centre, this open website includes several different database projects with translations of yiddish poetry and essays in various languages.