|| Mombert, Jacob I. (ed.).
William Tyndale's five books of Moses called the
Pentateuch, being a verbatim reprint of the edition of
M.CCCCC.XXX, compared with Tyndale's Genesis of 1534,
and the Pentateuch in the Vulgate, Luther, and
Matthew's Bible, with various collations and prolegomena.
Newly introduced by F.F. Bruce.
Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press.
|| Exhaustive sample of Genesis 1-22, (except for the last five verses
of Genesis 22, verses 20-24), Numbers 13-20, and Deuteronomy 1-11.
"G," "N," and "D" following verse numbers below refer to Genesis, Numbers,
and Deuteronomy, respectively.
1.1G-3.24G (= Helsinki 1),
4.1G-5.32G (= Penn 1),
6.1G-9.29G (= Helsinki 2),
10.1G-11.32G (= Penn 2),
12.1G-14.20G (= Helsinki 3),
15.1G-21.34G (= Penn 3),
22.1G-22.19G (= Helsinki 4),
13.1N-14.45N (= Helsinki 5),
15.1N-15.41N (= Penn 4),
16.1N-17.13N (= Helsinki 6),
18.1N-20.29N (= Penn 5),
1.1D-11.32D (= Penn 6)