On these parchment leaves is written around half of the Septuagint Old Testament and Apocrypha (including Tobit, Judith, 1 & 4 Maccabees, Wisdom and Sirach), the whole of the New Testament, and two early Christian texts not found in modern Bibles. Buy Codex Sinaiticus Facsimile edition by Parker, D C, Hendrickson Publishers (ISBN: 9781598565775) from Amazon's Book Store. Libr., Add. As it survives today, Codex Sinaiticus comprises just over 400 large leaves of prepared animal skin, each of which measures approximately 345.4 mm (13.6 inches) wide by 380 mm (15 inches) high. Codex Sinaiticus, from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. See what our customers say about our products and services. Retail: $799.00 Size: 13.5 x 16.5 inches Binding: cloth with slipcase Pages: 828 Pub Date: November 2010 ISBN: 9781598565775 ISBN-13: 9781598565775 From the advertisement: The Codex was hand-written in Greek by fourth-century scribes, only 300 years after ��� 350 CE.) The Codex was preserved for centuries at the monastery of St. Catherine's, Mount Sinai, until Constantin von Tischendorf drew worldwide attention and notoriety to it in 1844. Codex Sinaiticus Fine Leather Facsimile. The parchment was prepared for writing lines, ruled with a sharp point. The Codex is named after its place of conservation in the Vatican Library, where it has been kept since at least the 15th century. I have been carefully reading the introductory materials and pouring over the text of ALEPH or Codex Sinaiticus. The event was held at the Hendrickson booth at 3pm, 21 November 2010, and David Parker also spoke about the Codex Sinaiticus Project. You may order from our secure on-line Order Form. 9780712349987 - Codex Sinaiticus: a Facsimile - ��� We're sorry, an error occurred. "782e6c656e6774683b692b3d36297b792b3d782e73756273747228692c33293b7d666f7228" + Shipping in the USA (48 States) is $59.00 by UPS Ground. Bibliorum Sacrorum Graecorum Codex Vaticanus B is the only color facsimile of the oldest surviving manuscript of virtually the entire Bible in Greek. As it survives today, Codex Sinaiticus comprises just over 400 large leaves of prepared animal skin, each of which measures approximately 345.4 mm (13.6 inches) wide by 380 mm (15 inches) high. //