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Codex Alexandrinus

'Just Stories?' #23

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‘Codex Alexandrinus’ literally means ‘the book from Alexandria.’  It is one of the earliest copies we have of the whole Bible in Greek, having been made around the 450s AD.  Cyril Lucaris (the patriarch of Constantinople) gave it to the king of England, in the seventeenth century, and it is now on display in the British Library, in London

With James Greig, Zenas Heritage Tours.

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