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A full, high quality scan of all the extant parts of the Aleppo Codex.



English: A full, high quality scan of all the extant parts of the Aleppo Codex.
Date circa 930
Source Internet Archive (this PDF file is based on the JPG images there). But two of the last three pages (which contain photographs of now-missing pages) have been replaced here with better images: The page from Genesis is this photo from this scan, and the facing pages from Deuteronomy which contain the Ten Commandments are from the high-resolution scan here. Another good photograph of the page from Genesis may be found here.
Author Aharon ben Asher
Other versions Also see here.

Basic Table of Contents[edit]


  • Deuteronomy - p. 1 - begins at 28:17


  • Joshua - p. 12
  • Judges - p. 41
  • 1 Samuel - p. 71
  • 1 Kings - p. 141
  • Isaiah - p. 208
  • Jeremiah - p. 259
  • Ezekiel - p. 323
  • Twelve ("Minor") Prophets
    • Hosea - p. 373
    • Joel - p. 380
    • Amos - p. 382 - ends on p. 385 with start of 5:19
    • Obadiah - missing
    • Jonah - missing
    • Micah - p. 386 - starts at the end of 5:1
    • Nahum - p. 387
    • Habakkuk - p. 389
    • Zephaniah - p. 391 to 393 - ends middle of 3:20
    • Haggai - missing
    • Zechariah - p. 394 - begins end of 9:17
    • Malachi - p. 397


  • Chronicles - p. 401
  • Psalms - p. 475
  • Job - p. 531
  • Proverbs - p. 554
  • Ruth - p. 586
  • Songs of Songs - p. 589 - ends middle of 3:11

Recovered Fragment and Photographs of Missing Pages[edit]

  • Photograph of a page from Genesis (now lost) - p. 591
  • Recovered fragment from Exodus - p. 592
  • Photograph of facing pages from Deuteronomy that contain the Decalogue (now lost) - p. 593. The highest quality scan of this photograph may be found here.


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