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Can anyone recommend a source for the text of the Ketuba including nekudot, a transliteration, or a recording that could be used as a guide for pronunciation?

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The RCA Madrich (rabbi's handbook) by Rabbi Benjamin Bulka has it vowelized.

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https://archive.org/details/ReadingKesubah has an mp3 audio recording of it.

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Nit'ey Gavriel nesuin part 1 page 344. http://hebrewbooks.org/pdfpager.aspx?req=46545&pgnum=344

Has it with nekudot with commentaries (one of the commentaries explains why he decided to put these nekudot)

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