Codex Alexandrinus online: New Testament, for now
http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/FullDisplay.aspx?ref=Royal_MS_1_d_viii&index=5 - Description
http://www.bl.uk/manuscripts/Viewer.aspx?ref=royal_ms_1_d_viii_fs001r - Images
Glory to God, everyone can study this important witness of the first Christian centuries. Quality is exquisite, as the manuscrispt was greately preserved during the history, as very few others were, and the pictures were made with a 40MP camera.
Thank you, British Library!
This may help for the following paleographical problems, noted in the online commentary:
1. Mat 25:16
How to interpret the evidence in Codex Alexandrinus?
New image: 2r, left column, line 18 from bottom
2. Mk 1:25
What happened here? Anything?
New image: 6r, right column, line 33
3. Jo 5:3
Did Alexandrinus omit verse 3b?
New image: 45r, right column, line 13-14
If you have any ideas to contribute to these difficult problems, let me know! The images in the PDFs above are the old ones from the CSNTM website.
Wieland Willker, Bremen, Germany
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