Peshitta NT in Hebrew with Vowel PointingWritten by jdarlack on July 19th, 2007
Ewan MacLeod has made available the Peshitta New Testament with Hebrew letters and vowel pointing.
In contrast to the current PEH database, this text contains vowels, which makes it a useful addition to BibleWorks. The presence of vowels makes it easier at times to understand the text, and it helps one learn how to pronounce the text. In addition, there are some minor differences between the two texts. For best use of this text, use the Text Comparison facility in BibleWorks to highlight the differences when you are studying the Peshitta.Text downloaded from the web archive of www.peshitta.org. It is unclear who (if anyone) owns the copyright for this text. An email to the site to request permission to use the text bounced. The current peshitta.org site gives blanket permission to use its materials.
**NOTE: Unzip files, and place in your /BibleWorks/databases/ folder. You do not have to use the Version Database Compiler.**