In 1906, for example, the German scholar Rudolf Kittel published his famous Biblia Hebraica, or, Hebrew Bible.
The Watchtower Announcing Jehovah’s Kingdom. September 15, 1980 p. 10
Hebrew scholar Rudolf Kittel released in 1906 the first edition of his Biblia Hebraica (The Hebrew Bible), providing therein a textual study through a footnote service, comparing many Hebrew manuscripts of the Masoretic text.
Insight On the Scriptures-Volume II. 1988. p. 313
In 1906 Hebrew scholar Rudolf Kittel released in Germany the first edition (and later, a second edition) of his refined Hebrew text entitled Biblia Hebraica, or “The Hebrew Bible.”
All Scripture Is Inspired of God and Beneficial. 1990. p. 312