Sinaitic manuscript

a fourth century Greek manuscript of the part Bible, discovered at Mount Sinai (the greater part of it in 1859) by Tisschendorf, a German Biblical critic; - called also Codex Sinaiticus.

See also: Sinaic

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Readers will learn about the first materials used to write down the words of Scripture, uncover the facts of some of history's most fascinating archaeological discoveries, including those of the Sinaitic Manuscript, the Oxyrhynchus Papyri, and the Dead Sea Scrolls, and travel through history, from Jerome to Tyndale and beyond, as Neil R.