Now that a four-year project has concluded (probably not quite, but close), the world's oldest Bible, at 1,600 years old, has been put online for worldwide research.
The Bible was divided into many sections that had been accumulated across the world until a determined foursome began the project of reassembling the ancient script.
The British Library, The National Library of Russia, St. Catherine’s Monastery, and The Leipzig University Library all had a direct hand in putting the project together, eventually leading to the virtual Codex Sinaiticus Bible.
It is a religious relic that the world deserves to have a part of and thanks to a group of determined individuals (and MASS teams behind them), we now have the chance to look at a vital piece of history.
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1,600 Year Old Codex Sinaiticus Bible Put Online
- By: Andrew RobichaudJul 6, 2009