Biblical Manuscript - Gallery

Gallery

  • Fragments of the Dead Sea scrolls on display at the Archeological Museum, Amman

  • 52 is the oldest known manuscript fragment of the New Testament.

  • 46 is the earliest (nearly) complete manuscript of the Epistles written by Paul in the new testament.

  • 45 is a manuscript of Gospels and Acts. It contains the earliest known text of Mark. Scholars find it hard to read it because of its fragmentary state.

  • 87 is the earliest known manuscript of Philemon.

  • 37

  • 1

  • Codex Sinaiticus (c. 350) contains the oldest complete copy of the New Testament, as well as the Greek Old Testament, known as the Septuagint

  • Codex Vaticanus Graecus 1209

  • P. Chester Beatty VI showing portions of Deuteronomy

  • Uncial 0308

  • The first page of the Gothic language Codex Argenteus

  • folio 5r of the Codex Amiatinus, manuscript of Vulgate

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