Bible: OT

Top of the list

Old Testament Gateway (http://www.otgateway.com/)
Good site with many links to all matters relating to the Old Testament and the ANE.
iTanakh.org (http://www.itanakh.org)
Similar to OTGateway; more up-to-date; very good.
OT and ANE (http://prophetess.lstc.edu/~rklein/)
Great site with lots of resources by Ralph Klein (Chicago Lutheran Seminary). Not terribly well organised, but has many useful texts and links.
An Introduction to the Old Testament (http://web.archive.org/web/20070205074918/http://www.hope.edu/academic/religion/bandstra/RTOT/RTOT.HTM)
Barry Bandstra’s textbook, Reading the Old Testament: An Introduction to the Hebrew Bible (2nd ed., Belmont: Wadsworth, 1999). Very useful to get an overview of standard topics in OT Studies. Has recently closed the site and replaced it with quizzes and the like for the new edition of the book (3rd ed., 2004) in the form of a Moodle VLE setup, which you may want to check out. However, the old version of the website is still available via the internet archive, as indicated above.
Online Texts for the Study of the Ancient Near East etc. (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/~humm/Resources/Texts/)
This is a helpful collection of links to online texts from the Ancient Near East (in English translation)
Ted Hildebrandt’s collection of online texts: Biblical eSources (faculty.gordon.edu/hu/bi/ted_hildebrandt)
Ted Hildebrandt has a fairly large range of mostly conservative evangelical online texts on a range of mostly Old Testament topics.

Also very useful

Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Ancient Israel (www.fordham.edu/Halsall/ancient/asbook06.html)
A helpful collection of links.
Old Testament Pseudepigrapha: texts (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/~humm/Resources/Texts/otPseud.html)
Another helpful collection at Penn State University: links to pseudepigraphal texts.
Internet Sacred Text Archive (http://www.sacred-texts.com/index.htm)
More links to primary texts.
Amos: A Postmodern Commentary (http://bible.gen.nz)
A hyperlinked commentary project by Tim Bulkeley in New Zealand, and more… (includes study notes on Jonah and notes on Ruth).
OT Pseudepigrapha (http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/~www_sd/otpseud_links.html)
James R Davila at St. Andrews University offers this collection of links for the OT pseudepigrapha.
Dead Sea Scrolls (http://www.ibiblio.org/expo/deadsea.scrolls.exhibit/intro.html)
Images and texts from an exhibition. Good as an introduction.
Okeanos (http://faculty.washington.edu/snoegel/okeanos.html)
“An interdisciplin ary resource for the study of the Ancient, Biblical, Classical, and Late Antique Near East.” Good links.
ETANA (http://www.etana.org/)
Lots of links and texts relating to the ANE.
The ANE and Mediterranean World (http://www.lib.uchicago.edu/e/dl/proj/neh2/)
Online classical scholarly texts.
Edinburgh Ras Shamra Project (http://www.div.ed.ac.uk/other/ugarit/home.htm)
Good as an introduction to Ugarit culture.
History and culture of Pharaonic Egypt (http://www.terraflex.co.il/ad/egypt/index.html)
Surprisingly enough, this will tell you about… well… the history and culture of Pharaonic Egypt.
Images of Archaeological Sites in Israel (http://ebibletools.com/israel/)
A series of galleries focusing on the Iron age. Includes Hazor, Gezer, Lachish, Megiddo, Beersheba…

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