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Codex Vaticanus Is Now On-Line

Codex Vaticanus Is Now On-Line February 18, 2015

Christmas has come early for NT geeks as Codex Vaticanus (B) is now available on-line including LXX and NT.

The Vatican Library has digitised Codex Vaticanus. It is an majuscule manuscript that dates to the mid-fourth century and contains almost the entire Christian canon in Greek, including most of the Apocrypha.

This is the sequel to the digitization of another important manuscript Codex Sinaiticus.

I spent many hours with my friend “Vinny” Vaticanus when I was working on my 1 Esdras commentary. Wish I had this on hand when I did that study.

See it here!

HT: ETC

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