New Module - Codex Bezae, 2nd edition

Written by Michael Hanel on October 16th, 2008

Due more to my tight schedule than anything, this post will be short on style, but long on substance.

Thanks to Pasquale (and he wishes also to acknowledge Robert Relyea for providing the images), who has contributed numerous modules which have allowed access to move text criticism to a new level by looking at actual copies or facsimiles of some of the more famous Greek manuscripts like Sinaiticus, Alexandrinus and Washingtonensis. There was also a version of Codex Bezae, but now we have two new modules which make up Codex Bezae’s Greek and Latin editions. These are a vast improvement in quality on the first version, and thus are very large files. Check ‘em out below.


Codex Bezae in Greek (220 MB!)

Codex Bezae in Latin (220 MB!)

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