The links page at the ANE-2 homepage
> has a number of links both
to biblical text and to pages with links to resorces for biblical
study. Look in the folders "Bible readers" and "Gateways/Portals".
Can't guarantee that what you want can be found there, but it's worth
--- In ANEemail@example.com, "X.Wang" <e2waxi@...> wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
> This is Xianhua Wang writing for information relating to free online
> for an undergraduate course on Ancient Israel. I am teaching Ancient
> and Biblical Hebrew, both are new courses here, to undergraduates at
> Normal University, Beijing, but the availability of materials for
> is a bit difficult out here.
> I have tried the internet and have found a collection of Bible
> did not succeed much in locating sufficient free multi-media sources
> digital maps or video language wares. Information particularly of online
> free multi-media teaching tools is extremely welcome.
> I am using Professor Lester L. Grabbe's Ancient Israel somehow as a
> for the history course, to be translated and introduced to my
> read in Chinese selected passages of the Bible before I introduce
> problems in interpreting these passages. The course is therefore a
> historical reading of selected biblical texts along which an outline of
> Ancient Israel is introduced to students.
> I need for this history course additional free digitalized introductory
> texts on Ancient Israel.
> For the language course, I am using the Chinese translation of Professor
> Choon-Leong Seow's A Grammar for Biblical Hebrew. The book will serve
> introductory purposes in terms of language but students here are feeling
> difficulties in finding reasonably sized Biblical Hebrew-English
> dictionaries. I am trying to get one by myself and provide
> students. However, this is also being a bit difficult. Any
information for a
> free downloadable dictionary will also be most welcome.
> I have just come back from several long trips and am only about to
> to some colleague's comments on my earlier posts. I will do this
> But for these two courses beginning this week, I sincerely wish for
> recommendations of free online resources.
> Thank you very much in advance. To save space, recommendations are
> offline to e2waxi@... or xw212@...
> Xianhua Wang
> Associate Professor
> School of History
> Beijing Normal University
> Beijing, China