This is a list of all the Standalone Aleph Tav's את by book.
The table has two columns with a count of Aleph Tav occurrences for each book. The first column is a count of the verses and the second column is the actual count of Aleph Tav's. Since some verses have two Aleph Tav's in the same verse, that column will have a larger count. The totals are listed on the bottom.
Below the table is a list of anomalies that I acquired when I created the list.
This SAT is unique because it is found in the written portion as opposed to the read portion. So what do I mean by this?
In the Hebrew Bible called the Westminster Leningrad Codex (WLC)
there are what are called the Qere קְרֵי (what is read) and Ketiv כְּתִיב (what is written)
Qere Ketiv .
For the fith word of Nehemia 9:6 the Ketiv, the written part, it is a Standalone Aleph Tav (SAT), but the Qere, read part, it is an Aleph Tav Hey.