Available Hebrew fonts.

All font files can be retrieved from ftp.cc.huji.ac.il
in tex/fonts .

Hebrew fonts come in three versions, according to the letters'
positions in the ASCII sequences. 

   Old Code (= 7-bits fonts), also called oldcode. Aleph is ASCII 96,
   Bet is ASCII 97 etc. That is, Hebrew letters take the positions
   of lower case English letters. 

   New Code (=The 8-bits fonts), also called newcode. Aleph is ASCII 224,
   Bet is ASCII 225 etc. Used in Unix, VMS,  MS-windows.

   DOS Code (8-bits fonts), also called pccode. Aleph is ASCII 128,
   Bet is ASCII 129 etc. Used in PC DOS.

For DOS PC the font names are sometimes shorter because of
DOS necessities.


Jerusalem, TelAviv, OldJaffa, DeadSea 
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Those are the "regular" fonts in most applications.

Jerusalem is a 7 bit font. 
Jerusalem_newcode is the 8 bit version (Aleph in Ascii 224)
Jer_pc is the DOS version (Aleph in Ascii 128).
 
DeadSea is a darker 7 bit font.
DeadSea_newcode is the 8 bit version (Aleph in Ascii 224)
Dead_pc is the DOS version (Aleph in Ascii 128).
 
TelAviv is a sort of sans-serif 7 bit font.
TelAviv_newcode is the 8 bit version (Aleph in Ascii 224)
Tel_pc is the DOS version (Aleph in Ascii 128).
 
OldJaffa is a narrow 7 bit font.
OldJaffa_newcode is the 8 bit version (Aleph in Ascii 224)
Old_pc is the DOS version (Aleph in Ascii 128).

Those four fonts are available also as PostScript files,
in the subdirectory /ps.

Frank_Ruehl 
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A Frank Ruehl font, written in Metafont in three versions:
fr - regular,  frbx - bold  and  frsl - slanted. 
Available as oldcode and pccode. 
         
redis8, redis9, redis10, redis12, redis17, rediss8,9,10, redisbx10
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Those fonts have been created by Prof. Jacques J. Goldberg of the
Technion, Haifa, as a 7 bit font package.

This font contains a full set of Hebrew letters in a "sans-serif"
style, and selected punctuation.

Those fonts are available in 8-bit also, in files called *_newcode.mf

hclassic, hcaption
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Those fonts have been created By Joel M. Hoffman.
They are meant for old style Hebrew text. hcaption is slanted.
Available as oldcode and pccode.
Vowels (=NIKUD) is included. 
Usage is explained in fonts/doc/classic_guide.ps
An example of an input file is included in the file 
fonts/pccode/pcfonts.zip

ShalomScript10, ShalomStick10, ShalomOldStyle10
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Those fonts have been created By Jonathan Brecher.

These are three variations of a Hebrew font with "vowels". Three fonts +
vowels are available - ShalomScript10.mf, ShalomStick10.mf  and  
ShalomOldStyle.mf .  "script" here means KTAV (= handwriting style).
Usage is described in fonts/doc/Shalom.readme. 
A sample is available in fonts/doc/shalom.ps .
An example of an input file is included in the file 
fonts/pccode/pcfonts.zip
Available as oldcode and pccode.

crml10, crmlsl10 
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Those two fonts, carmel and carmel slanted, are bold fonts.
They have been written by Dr. Samy Zafrany of the Technion, Haifa,
with the intention of making nice fonts for headers and for
emphasized text.
Available as oldcode and pccode.