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Manuscripts of the Latin Vulgate.

Codex Amiatinus

The Codex Amiatinus is designated by siglum A. It is the earliest surviving manuscript of the nearly complete Bible in the Latin Vulgate version, and is considered to be the most accurate copy of St. Jerome’s text. It is missing the … Continue reading

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Codex Fuldensis

The Codex Fuldensis (F) is a New Testament manuscript of the Latin Vulgate made between 541 and 546 A.D. The codex is considered the second most important witness to the Vulgate text; and is also the oldest complete manuscript witness … Continue reading

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