BiblIndex Biblical correspondences parser
This tool allows a precise comparison between several biblical texts: Hebrew text , old versions (LXX , Vulgate , ...), translations into modern languages ( see the references to these texts ).
Select a verse number or a range of verses in a Bible, then the other Bibles you want to match with it.
The texts will be shown by clicking on the "Search" button.
Some books are represented twice in the reference editions we have chosen (Joshua, Judges, Tobit, Daniel in the Septuagint, the Psalms in the Vulgate). They may be displayed:
- select the LXX or the Vulgate as a Bible hub in the research criteria, more precisely Joshua B, Judges A, Tobit, Daniel in the Septuagint, Psalms (LXX) in the Vulgate
- check the same bible in the list of the bibles to be compared with it
Correspondences with Joshua A, Judges B, Tobit (S), Daniel (Theodotion) or Psalms (Hb) will be displayed.
Meaning of the mentions following the verse numbers
|a, b, c, d, ...||Verseparts created in order to match precisely with the other Bibles. They don’t necessarily have a meaning in the printed editions.|
|A, B, C, ...||Verse letters given in the printed editions. Ex. Pr 3, 22 A (LXX)|
|.1, .2, .3, …||Verse numbers given in the printed editions. Ex. Pr 3, 6.1 (LXX)|
|LXX|| The meaning of the verse in the Septuagint seems to come from the same substrate as the massoretic verse, but the Septuagint does not translate the same text. There is no numbering discordance, but the texts do not match.
Ex. Is 19, 10 (LXX)
In case of substantial differences between them, the text of the Septuagint is not referred to the Hebrew text, even if the verse numbering is the same.
|aLXX, bLXX||The same as mentioned above, but these are verseparts.|
|A.1, A.2||Verse numbers given in the printed editions. Ex. Pr. 17, 16|
|APP||Text taken from the critical apparatus of the printed Bible (versepart). Ex. Esdras|
|aAPP, bAPP, …||Text taken from the critical apparatus of the printed Bible (verse). Ex. Esdras|