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Ancient codes

The Masoretic Text

The comparison of manuscripts and ancient versions shows us that the text of the Bible, transcription transcript, It has come down to us substantially intact, but with numerous accidental variations; appunto per valutare tali

The Codex Sinaiticus

Dated to the mid-fourth century, cataloged with the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet (aleph), originally it contained, both the New and the Old Testament, together with the letters of Barnabas and the Shepherd of Hermas, texts of the Apostolic Fathers,…

The Codex Alexandrinus

The Alexandria code or code to contain AT and NT with gaps. In the NT the Gospel of Matthew was almost completely lost. The manuscript is of varied quality, depending on the books, which were copied from several manuscripts. It is poor…

The Bible of the LXX

This name refers to the first Greek version of the Hebrew Bible, made in Alexandria of Egypt, for the use of the Hellenized Jews who resided there, i quali generalmente non capivano più l'ebraico. It is therefore also called "Alexandrine".…

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