World’s Oldest Bible, the Codex Sinaiticus, Now Online


Probably not everyone’s cup o’ tea, but I’ll be spending a lot of time on The Codex Sinaiticus website as soon as it’s fully operational.

There will be high resolution photos of every page of the manuscript, collected from several countries in which parts of the codex reside, as well as links to English and German translations of the old high Greek.

I can’t wait. Seriously.

3 Responses to “World’s Oldest Bible, the Codex Sinaiticus, Now Online”

  1. spacecadette Says:

    I saw for the nth time The Da Vinci Code lastnight. Particularly because of the translations. I’ve always been fascinated by languages and the mental processes of people using that particular language.

    Yup, Korean bores me. It’s too easy and too structured.

  2. nilk Says:

    I reckon I’ll probably hang around that site for a bit, too.

  3. Ash Says:

    That’s an amazing advance Angus. It’ll be well worth the read.


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