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- Author: R. A. Schauweker
- e-Sword Version: 9.x - 10.x
- Tab Name: Alexandria Bible
- Suggest New Tag:: septuagint, codex sinaiticus
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Alexandria Bible 1.0
Scripture Whole Bible Old Testament New Testament Public Domain
R. A. Schauweker
9.x - 10.x
Suggest New Tag::
septuagint, codex sinaiticus
Lancelot Brenton's Septuagint Old Testament (1851) paired with Henry T. Anderson's translation of the Codex Sinaiticus New Testament (1866). This module is the standard Canon (apocrypha not included).
According to Wikipedia: "The codex is an Alexandrian text-type manuscript written in the 4th century in uncial letters on parchment. Current scholarship considers the Codex Sinaiticus to be one of the best Greek texts of the New Testament, along with that of the Codex Vaticanus... Originally, the Codex contained the whole of both Testaments. Approximately half of the Greek Old Testament (or Septuagint) survived, along with a complete New Testament, plus the Epistle of Barnabas, and portions of The Shepherd of Hermas."
The Septuagint was translated into Greek by Alexandrian Jews. Hence, the Alexandria Bible.
What's New in Version 1.0 (See full changelog)
- 1.0 initial release