Codex Sinaiticus to be available online

The Codex Sinaiticus, a 1,600-year-old version of Bible, has been digitized and is being made available online. The manuscript is one of the oldest versions of the Bible.

The Bible, which is written in Greek, contains the oldest known version of the New Testament. The digitized manuscript will include "high resolution images of the Gospel of Mark, several Old Testament books, and notes on the work made over centuries." The entire manuscript is expected to be available by July 2009.

I am hoping that you or

I am hoping that you or anyone else has a copy of the orginal article I could read. I went (today) to the MSNBC website link and recieved this message on the article's page: The page you are seeking has expired and is no longer available at msnbc.com.

Thanks so much in advance.

Amoreena

No local copy available

I'm sorry, but for legal reasons we don't keep local copies of the articles to which we link, as that would violate copyright.

If someone finds an updated URL for the original article, please let us know and we'll update this SCAtoday.net link.

Kind regards,
Justin