Today we're excited to share the latest addition to our Reference section: the Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon — also known as BDB — the most widely used and comprehensive scholarly dictionary for Torah study.
We want everyone, of every background, to feel at home and confident in navigating the texts of our tradition. To bring us all closer to that ideal, we’ve completely redesigned how you navigate the Sefaria website.
Learn how to find manuscripts for Tanakh, Mishnah, and the Babylonian Talmud in this guide. Thanks to work done by the National Library of Israel, we are able to align each manuscript with the corresponding text on Sefaria.
Does The New York School of Philanthropy sound familiar? You might know it by another name. Find out who published Louis Feinberg's 1915 translation of part of the Shulchan Arukh, the most widely accepted codification of Jewish Law.