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Subject: The Bible
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- Codex Gigas. Summary: "The Codex Gigas or the Devil’s Bible is a medieval manuscript at the National Library in Stockholm that is famous for two features. First, it is reputed to be the biggest surviving European manuscript. (Codex Gigas means ‘giant book’.) Secondly, it contains a large, full page portrait of the Devil. (This explains its alternative name.) This site contains a digitised version of every page of the manuscript as well as commentaries on its history, texts, script, initials and decoration." Date accessed: 2008-12-16. Date added: 2008-12-16.
- Codex Sinaiticus. The Codex Sinaiticus Project, a partnership of the University of Leipzig, Germany, the British Library, the National Library of Russia and the Holy Monastery of St. Catherine at Mount Sinai, Athens, Greece on the Sinai Peninsula, have collaborated to completely digitize and translate the world's oldest Biblical manuscript, the Codex Sinaiticus. According to the St. Catherines Monastery
to the second quarter of the fourth century. It is a splendid manuscript of the Holy Scriptures, which originally contained the entire Old and New Testaments, plus the Shepherd of Hermas, and the Epistle of Barnabas. It is written four columns to the page, in a clear and regular script. The Codex Sinaiticus contains the oldest surviving complete New Testament. The Codex Sinaiticus and the Codex Vaticanus are the oldest copies of the scriptures written on parchment." Date accessed: 2008-07-26. Date added:
- De bijbel in de Nederlandse cultuur (The Bible in Dutch Culture). Amsterdam University Press;
Nederlands Bijbelgenootschap; Digital Production Centre, University Library of Amsterdam.
Online exhibit and
Dutch translation and expurgation of the Bible as it relates to the development
of Dutch culture. The site is entirely in Dutch. Date accessed: 2002-12-18.
Date added: 2002-12-18.
- The Electronic New
Testament Manuscripts Project (ENTMP). University of Western
Australia. Digital facsimile and SGML-encoded version of the
Gutenberg Bible. Early Printed Collections, British
Library. Search two versions of the Gutenberg Bible in digital
- The Gutenberg Bible at the Ransom Center. Austin, Texas: Harry Ransom
Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin. Select the link
Gutenberg Images to browse digital facsimiles of both volumes (Old and
New Testaments) of the Gutenberg Bible, produced with the technical assistance of IImage
Retrieval, Inc. (Carrollton, Texas), along with an online exhibit and background
resources. Date added: 2002-09-08. Date updated: 2003-08-09.
Digital. Göttingen, Germany: Center for Retrospective Digitization [GDZ],
State and University Library.
- The Keio Gutenberg Bible.
Tokyo, Japan: Keio University. A complete digital facsimile of volume 1
owned by this university. Date accessed: 2002-07-03. Date added: 2002-07-03.
- Society of Biblical Literature: Resources: Web Resources. Atlanta, GA: Society of Biblical Literature. Annotated and categorized list of Web resources for the scholarly study of texts relating to the Christian Bible. Date accessed: 2005-05-23. Date added: 2005-05-23.
- TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism.
Stone Mountain, GA: Religion and Technology Center, 1996-. ISSN 1089-7747.
Peer-reviewed, full-text Web-based electronic journal that includes
a section of links to digital
facsimiles and other kinds of electronic representations of the Bible. Date
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