Monday, February 06, 2006

My Kingdom for a Siddur!

In the middle of writing about the medieval synagogue, I needed to quote the Siddur. I searched for an on-line Siddur so I could 'cut and paste.' I was stunned to discover that with all of the Sifre Qodesh on the web, there is no Siddur (except for a transliterated text).

What happened?

3 comments:

Dan Rabinowitz said...

I experianced the same thing, however, one can get a siddur online at the JNUL site for their rare books online here http://jnul.huji.ac.il/eng/digibook.html
they have a bunch of siddurim available. Although this isn't the same a a hypertext edition, it does get the job done.
Dan Rabinowitz
seforim.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

There is definitely a link to at least mincha at the godaven site. It came in handy when I missed mincha at work and misplaced my pocket mincha-maariv.

Gerry Frim said...

I think that you'll like this one for Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat:

http://www.aishdas.org/siddur.shtml