Photos of the actual Manuscripts

Discussion in '2000-02 Archive' started by Chick Daniels, Jan 23, 2002.

  1. Chick Daniels

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    On a different thread, I provided links to a number of facsimile copies of ancient New Testament Greek manuscripts. I thought that I would expand that list and reorganize it as its own thread. If anyone knows of other similar links, please post them here.

    I think that it is valuable for all who participate on the translation thread to actually get to see the ancient documents.

    Vaticanus (B, 03, IV century)
    Vaticanus

    Sanaiticus (Aleph, 01, IV century)
    Sanaiticus

    Alexandrinus (A, 02, V century)

    Bezae (D, 05, V century)

    W (032) (V century)

    Here is a papyrus fragment of the Lord's Prayer:
    Matthew 6:9-13

    P37 (III/IV century, Matthew, XXVI, 19 - 52, entire papyrus photos)

    P38 (300 A.D., Portions of Acts, entire papyrus photos)

    P52 (125-150 A.D., oldest known NT fragment)

    P66 (200 A.D.)

    P75 (175-225 A.D.)

    Codex 666 (12th or 13th century)

    [ January 25, 2002: Message edited by: Chick Daniels ]
     
  2. Chris Temple

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    Fascinating, Chick. Thanks.
     
  3. Forever settled in heaven

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    sure looks like the pictures and handwriting got fancier with time.

    i wonder how that comments on the newer-is-best approach to text crit.
     

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