It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.
Call Number: NYU Bobst 1st Floor Reference BS192.2.A1 1964 .G3
The Anchor Bible Commentaries series provides annotated translations with commentaries for every book in the Bible, old and new testaments. They are all located in the same call number area in the Social Sciences and Humanities Reference Center.
Here's one example for Exodus.
Below are various versions of Study Bibles: from the Jewish Publication Society; HarperCollins; Oxford; and Cambridge
The new Oxford annotated Bible: with the Apocrypha by Michael D. Coogan, editor
Call Number: NYU Bobst 1st Floor Reference BS191.5.A1 2010 .N48
Publication Date: 2010
The Jewish Study Bible: Jewish Publication Society Tanakh translation by Adele Berlin; Mark Z. Brettler
Call Number: NYU Bobst 1st Floor Reference BS895 .J4 2004
Publication Date: 2004
The HarperCollins Study Bible
Call Number: NYU Bobst 1st Floor Reference BS191.5.A1 1993 .N492
The Cambridge Annotated Study Bible
Call Number: NYU Bobst 1st Floor Reference BS191.5.A1 1993 .G73
"Bible Odyssey Website includes the complete text of three Bibles: The New Revised Standard Version (NRSV), the Contemporary English Version (CEVD), and the King James Version (KJV). Each translation has a particular “flavor” so it is interesting to compare between translations."
The Bible in many different languages. English versions range from the King James version to New American Standard to the New International version. Lets you search for the text of specific chapters and verses.
Context of Scripture is available online. Click on the title link to get to it.
This section starts with books that provide parallels to biblical texts from ancient Near East literatures, specifically the standard works: Hallo's COS and Pritchard's ANET. (A list that cross-references the primary texts found in both, or just in one or the other can be found at the COS/ANET Index).
It then moves to text collections of various Near East cultures, e.g., Akkad, and finishes with specific text collections, e.g., Qumran.
Outside the Bible: ancient Jewish writings related to Scripture by Louis H. Feldman
Call Number: NYU Bobst 1st Floor Reference BM496.6 .O98 2013
Publication Date: 2013
ANET Ancient Near Eastern Texts relating to the Old Testament by James Pritchard
Call Number: NYU Bobst 1st Floor Reference BS1180 .P83x 1969
Publication Date: 1969
Old Testament Parallels: Laws and Stories from the ancient Near East by Victor Matthews
Call Number: NYU Bobst 1st Floor Reference BS1180 .M42 2006
Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Library Biblical Texts by Editors: Donald W. Parry and Andrew C. Skinner"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."
ABZU is an index of open access resources pertaining to the study of the Ancient Near East. It is edited by Chuck Jones, Tombros Librarian for Classics and Humanities at PennState.
ETANA contains digital copies of texts selected as valuable for teaching and research relating to ancient Near Eastern studies.
The Inscriptions of Israel/Palestine project seeks to build an internet-accessible database of published inscriptions from Israel/Palestine that date between ca. 500 BCE and 614 CE, roughly corresponding to the Persian, Greek, and Roman periods.