What is an example of an authentic Hebrew Torah/Tanach scripture/book, entirely in Hebrew script, like you would find in a Jewish Temple. I have found this, which seems to have these traits:
- justify the text
- new paragraph per block of some kind?
- hebrew page numbers
I don't think this is the most accurate, authentic representation of it however. I am basically looking for what the formatting is like in the most authentic Jewish Hebrew texts. For example, I have seen some texts where there is a large/long space in between parts of the text, I don't know what it's called or how it's used. Also, I don't know if paragraphs or sections are created within the text or if it s one block of text. Also, if the verse/chapter numbers are placed interlaced in the text, or parentheses used, or whatnot.
I am looking for examples (maybe just images online would be helpful), of Torah-only texts, not Torah's filled with footnotes and citations and references of all kinds. Just the pure Torah, what authentic traditional Torah books or scrolls look like, formatting-wise, in today's world.