The standard editions used by most scholars are:

Hebrew: Biblia Hebraica, from the Deutsche Bibelstiftung (also known as the
Württembergische Bibel Gesellschaft) in Stuttgart, Germany. It should be
available in any Christian bookstore (or here in Canada, from stores of the
Canadian Bible Society).

Greek: Greek New Testament, edited by Kurt Aland, Matthew Black, et. al.
Published by the United Bible Societies, and likewise available from your
national Bible society or Christian bookstore.

Geoff FOWLER wrote:

> Hello,
> Does anyone know of an accurate study Bible in the original Hebrew and
> Greek? I would like to learn more about those biblical languages and I
> figure that this is the way to do it. However, I am unsure of which
> Bible to purchase. There are different interlinear ones, but what I am
> looking for doesn't necessarily have to be interlinear.
> I wouldn't mind something that included Latin or Aramaic as well. There
> was such a book that one of the Church Father's put together, but the
> name of it escapes me. Does something like that exist today?
> Thank you for your input,
> Geoff
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