Bezae Codex Cantabrigiensis
Being an Exact Copy, in Ordinary Type, of the Celebrated Uncial Graeco-Latin Manuscript of the Four Gospels and Acts of the Apostles

Cambridge Library Collection - Religion Series

Coordinator: Scrivener Frederick Henry Ambrose

Language: Anglais
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Codex Bezae is one of the great treasures of Cambridge University Library, to which it was presented in 1581 by the French Protestant theologian Theodore Beza (1519?1605). Containing most of the four Gospels, and Acts, and written during the fifth century, the codex is one of the most important witnesses to the formation of the Gospels. Its origins are unclear, but it was held in the monastery of St Irenaeus at Lyon for many centuries before coming into Beza's hands during the French Wars of Religion
Introduction; Codex Bezae; Appendix; Annotationes editoris.