From the beginning, the Historical Dictionary Project sought not only to produce a dictionary, but also to create an archive of the Hebrew language. In 2010, the Hebrew texts from the post-biblical period down through the 11th century were fully integrated into the computerized database. In this archive there are not only individual words, but also complete texts that have been painstakingly copied according to the best manuscripts available. This archive is available to all researchers on the internet.
In addition to the ability to perform grammatical analyses and concordance searches, the archives also contain unique corpora, such as the poetry from the 11th century. The archive is an indispensable tool used by researchers of Hebrew literature and language.
In 2006 the database was made available to the public in Hebrew at: