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Sunday, July 5, 2009

Four-Year Project Puts Oldest Christian Bible Online

The surviving parts of the world's oldest Christian bible will be reunited online on Monday, generating excitement among biblical scholars still striving to unlock its mysteries.

The Codex Sinaiticus was hand written by four scribes in Greek on animal hide, known as vellum, in the mid-fourth century around the time of the Roman emperor Constantine the Great who embraced Christianity.

link: Oldest Christian bible made whole again online | Technology | Internet | Reuters


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