This authoritative edition publishes all the Dead Sea Scrolls in 40 volumes. Each volume includes transcriptions, a thorough description of the contents and physical aspects of the manuscripts, as well as pictures of manuscripts. These volumes are located in the library reference room on the first floor.
For help navigating the series, see Fitzmyer's Guide (on the Journals and Bibliographies page of the Dead Sea Scrolls LibGuide) or Tov's Revised List (see the Miscellaneous box on the Reference Tools tab of the DSS LibGuide).
Eugene Ulrich has pulled together and published in one volume transcriptions of all the biblical texts included in DJD (see below).
The Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Library presents a complete Hebrew transcription and English translation of the Biblical texts, together with high-resolution images. The contents of this online publication is identical to that of the Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Library Biblical Texts CD-ROM, published by Brill and Brigham Young University but its interface is adapted to Brill's online platform for reference works.
As Ulrich states in the preface, "The purpose of this collection is to provide a handy compendium of all the biblical Qumran scrolls … The transcriptions and variants are for the most part identical to those in the editiones principes published in DJD..." The transcriptions are ordered canonically.
From his own vast library of Hebrew manuscripts, De Rossi supplemented the work of Kennicott. For more information on the history of their work see the first chapter of Dominique Barthélemy's Studies in the Text of the Old Testament.
The library copy of De Rossi's work has all five volumes bound into two. All five volumes are available on Google books. Here is a link to one volume; the others can be found on the same page under the "Related books" section.
Rahlfs' Septuagint is a critically reconstructed text based primarily on the three major uncials: Vaticanus, Alexandrinus, and Sinaiticus. When no Göttingen volume is available, one can turn to Rahlfs' "handbook edition" for the Old Greek text of the Septuagint.
Call Number: 220.47 .V645L RESTRICTED ACCESS (see front desk)
The library owns La Vetus Latina volumes for Genesis-Ruth, Psalms, Isaiah, Sirach (a.k.a. Ecclesiasticus or Ben Sira[h]), and Wisdom of Solomon. This is the source for Old Latin readings.
See the front desk to access these volumes.
Contains: Psalms - 2 Maccabees
If there is no Vetus Latina volume for your passage you can use this resource for your Old Latin reading from Psalms to 2 Maccabees.
Do not use this for the Vulgate.
Isaiah – page 515
Zechariah – page 985