On Mon, Jul 6, 2009 at 10:06 AM, Peter T. Daniels <grammatim@...>wrote:
> BBC World Service this morning reported that the digitization of Codex
> Sinaiticus is complete and it has been posted at a website (unfortunately
> they didn't give a url).
> The monk from St. Catherine's who is in charge of this project spoke at the
> Smithsonian's symposium on early Bible manuscripts in November 2006 -- he's
> a computer expert from Texas -- said that they intend to publish a DVD that
> will include a complete transliteration and apparatus, including collation
> of _all_ variants from _all_ mss. (an impossible dream before computerized
> databases), as well as the definitive history of the manuscript, agreed on
> by historians from Egypt, Britain, Russia, Germany ... he recognized that
> this last aspect of the project would be by far the most difficult. --
> Peter T. Daniels grammatim@...
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