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As noted by @Qoheleth in answer to a related question, the Shiva LaBitzaron chumash (available for purchase in Israel here) seems to be an example of what you're requesting.

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Jews later adopted these chapters due to their convenience, but in recent years there has been a move back to the traditional Jewish divisions. The Koren Tanach, published first in 1961 emphasized the parasha over the Christian chapters, and a more recent edition, Shiva Le’Bitzaron, does not include the chapters at all.

Edit: On second review, the Shiva LaBitzaron chumash (at least based on the end of this interview [2:19 on]) e.g. a does not seem to literally number every one of the petuchot and setumot. To do so would be an unusual system inasmuch as many sections of the Torah use the petuchot and setumot slightly differently, e.g. within a verse and and/or between each of a unified list of verses (see e.g. here and here).

As noted by @Qoheleth in answer to a related question, the Shiva LaBitzaron chumash (available for purchase in Israel here) seems to be an example of what you're requesting.

See also here:

Jews later adopted these chapters due to their convenience, but in recent years there has been a move back to the traditional Jewish divisions. The Koren Tanach, published first in 1961 emphasized the parasha over the Christian chapters, and a more recent edition, Shiva Le’Bitzaron, does not include the chapters at all.

Edit: On second review, the Shiva LaBitzaron chumash (at least based on the end of this interview [2:19 on]) e.g. a does not seem to literally number every one of the petuchot and setumot. To do so would be an unusual system inasmuch as many sections of the Torah use the petuchot and setumot slightly differently, e.g. within a verse and/or between each of a unified list of verses.

As noted by @Qoheleth in answer to a related question, the Shiva LaBitzaron chumash (available for purchase in Israel here) seems to be an example of what you're requesting.

See also here:

Jews later adopted these chapters due to their convenience, but in recent years there has been a move back to the traditional Jewish divisions. The Koren Tanach, published first in 1961 emphasized the parasha over the Christian chapters, and a more recent edition, Shiva Le’Bitzaron, does not include the chapters at all.

Edit: On second review, the Shiva LaBitzaron chumash (at least based on the end of this interview [2:19 on]) e.g. a does not seem to literally number every one of the petuchot and setumot. To do so would be an unusual system inasmuch as many sections of the Torah use the petuchot and setumot slightly differently, e.g. within a verse and/or between each of a unified list of verses (see e.g. here and here).

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As noted by @Qoheleth in answer to a related question, the Shiva LaBitzaron chumash (available for purchase in Israel here) seems to be an example of what you're requesting.

See also here:

Jews later adopted these chapters due to their convenience, but in recent years there has been a move back to the traditional Jewish divisions. The Koren Tanach, published first in 1961 emphasized the parasha over the Christian chapters, and a more recent edition, Shiva Le’Bitzaron, does not include the chapters at all.

Edit: On second review, the Shiva LaBitzaron chumash (at least based on the end of this interview [2:19 on]) e.g. a does not seem to literally number every one of the petuchot and setumot. To do so would be an unusual system inasmuch as many sections of the Torah use the petuchot and setumot slightly differently, e.g. within a verse and/or between each of a unified list of verses.

As noted by @Qoheleth in answer to a related question, the Shiva LaBitzaron chumash (available for purchase in Israel here) seems to be an example of what you're requesting.

See also here:

Jews later adopted these chapters due to their convenience, but in recent years there has been a move back to the traditional Jewish divisions. The Koren Tanach, published first in 1961 emphasized the parasha over the Christian chapters, and a more recent edition, Shiva Le’Bitzaron, does not include the chapters at all.

As noted by @Qoheleth in answer to a related question, the Shiva LaBitzaron chumash (available for purchase in Israel here) seems to be an example of what you're requesting.

See also here:

Jews later adopted these chapters due to their convenience, but in recent years there has been a move back to the traditional Jewish divisions. The Koren Tanach, published first in 1961 emphasized the parasha over the Christian chapters, and a more recent edition, Shiva Le’Bitzaron, does not include the chapters at all.

Edit: On second review, the Shiva LaBitzaron chumash (at least based on the end of this interview [2:19 on]) e.g. a does not seem to literally number every one of the petuchot and setumot. To do so would be an unusual system inasmuch as many sections of the Torah use the petuchot and setumot slightly differently, e.g. within a verse and/or between each of a unified list of verses.

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As notednoted by @Qoheleth in answer to a related question, the Shiva LaBitzaron chumash (available for purchase in Israel the Shiva LaBitzaron chumashhere) seems to be an example of what you're requesting.

See also here:

Jews later adopted these chapters due to their convenience, but in recent years there has been a move back to the traditional Jewish divisions. The Koren Tanach, published first in 1961 emphasized the parasha over the Christian chapters, and a more recent edition, Shiva Le’Bitzaron, does not include the chapters at all.

As noted by @Qoheleth in answer to a related question, the Shiva LaBitzaron chumash seems to be an example of what you're requesting.

As noted by @Qoheleth in answer to a related question, the Shiva LaBitzaron chumash (available for purchase in Israel here) seems to be an example of what you're requesting.

See also here:

Jews later adopted these chapters due to their convenience, but in recent years there has been a move back to the traditional Jewish divisions. The Koren Tanach, published first in 1961 emphasized the parasha over the Christian chapters, and a more recent edition, Shiva Le’Bitzaron, does not include the chapters at all.

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