Okhlah we-Okhlah is a medieval compilation of information about the Hebrew Bible. Here are the basics about why it’s important and how to access it.
In INTF’s database, sometimes a transcription isn’t available or a manuscript image is harder to read. In these cases, check external image repositories.
With the document ID handy, INTF’s Liste search makes it quite easy to see additional information about that manuscript—and possibly the manuscript itself.
Once you understand INTF’s system, you can call up any manuscript in the database. For Greek New Testament witnesses, the document ID is a 5-digit sequence.
A modern Greek New Testament’s critical apparatus holds a wealth of information. When you’re uncertain what the apparatus means, consult the manuscripts.
The Database of Religious History tries to address the volume of scholarly literature being produced and the difficulty of keeping current with it all.