If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
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06-11-2014, 03:13 PM
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
(06-11-2014 03:12 PM)wazzel Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 02:58 PM)Wolfbitn Wrote:  Well in that case theres no first hand account of Alexander from manuscript evidence because his earliest manuscript existing comes from the 10th century. We have 3 from the first century, putting it at just the right time, and by 1100 AD Alexander only had 3... we had 12,000 Smile

Also... PROVE Mark did not write the gospel of mark since you want to make the claim... provide your evidence now.

No you have 27 books and 11,973 copies. Lots of copies does not equal lots of information.

Biblical scholars do not believe that the gospel of Mark was written by Mark the companion of Peter. Crediting it to Mark is a tradition started by Bishop Pipias in 125 AD.

Post your proof of this Tongue
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06-11-2014, 03:14 PM
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
(06-11-2014 03:09 PM)pablo Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 03:03 PM)Mathilda Wrote:  Depends on whether his mother keeps interrupting by telling him to tidy his room ...

Little prick probably talks to his mom like this too.

From what I can gather it's like a small child wanting to push the button telling the driver of a bus to stop. Children can be quite powerless in their lives because everything gets done for them so being able to have an effect on the outside world can be quite intoxicating for them. Particularly so if a child is bullied and can't normally stand up for himself at school. Trolling becomes a way for them to hit back at the nasty world that they don't yet have the maturity to cope with.
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06-11-2014, 03:16 PM
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
(06-11-2014 03:12 PM)Wolfbitn Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 03:11 PM)goodwithoutgod Wrote:  How about you try to come up to my level...just a bit, how about cite your references? How about articulate an original thought, how about learn your own faith since you can't seem to validate it.
Have you not clicked into the snips on this very page moron? There it is Tongue

No my childish, unchristian like amateur, you copy and pasting some drivel that is unsubstantiated, irrelevant and insignificant doesn't mean you "brought it". Want to know how it is done? Go back and read my posts, want to see what is call substantiated facts? Go back and read my posts. You clinging to your 2 lines of BS like a stripper to her favorite shiny pole does not a debater make.

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06-11-2014, 03:17 PM
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
(06-11-2014 03:10 PM)Wolfbitn Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 03:06 PM)pablo Wrote:  Nope, I'm saying I don't know, moron.
You don't know either, so you assert what you want to be true so it makes your feeble argument seem plausible when it is not.
You resort to trying to twist what I say when you have nothing to back your claims.
Sad.

So then do you say there is NO CHANCE Mark wrote the book of Mark?

You're even dumber than I thought.
I don't know means ...get ready...I DON'T FUCKING KNOW EITHER WAY!
You poor stupid bastard. For the sake of future generations, please don't have any children. Assuming you're not impotent.
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06-11-2014, 03:18 PM
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
(06-11-2014 03:13 PM)Wolfbitn Wrote:  [quote='wazzel' pid='680680' dateline='1415308338']

No you have 27 books and 11,973 copies. Lots of copies does not equal lots of information.

Biblical scholars do not believe that the gospel of Mark was written by Mark the companion of Peter. Crediting it to Mark is a tradition started by Bishop Pipias in 125 AD.

Post your proof of this Tongue
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You took care of the first one for me. Did you even look at the descriptions?

(06-11-2014 02:05 PM)Wolfbitn Wrote:  [quote='Bucky Ball' pid='680582' dateline='1415303808']

Your idiotic link says 4000, COPIES OF THE GREEK NEW TESTAMENT.
Waiting for the list of the 20,000.
So you got copies of the SAME BOOKS. How many copies of the SAME books do you use again ? None.
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/crossexamin...-big-deal/
You couldn't convince a 2nd Grader, Flea Bitten Brain.

Sure... heres a few of them... you ASKED for it Big Grin
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Not yet catalogued Papyrus 3rd or 4th Century Third or fourth century manuscript on papyrus; 8 leaves, single column; Contents: the Apocryphon of Jannes and Jambres the Magicians. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Dublin, Chester Beatty Library CBL BP XVI View
Not yet catalogued Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript on papyrus; 4 leaves, single column, up to 34 lines per column; Contents: LXX (Septuagint): Psalms 72.6–88.2 (sans Ps76). Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Dublin, Chester Beatty Library Rahlfs 2149 (CBL BP XIII) View
Not yet catalogued Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript on papyrus; 1 leaf, single column, 30 lines per column. Contents: LXX (Septuagint): Psalms 31, 26, and 2. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Dublin, Chester Beatty Library Rahlfs 2150 (CBL BP XIV) View
Not yet catalogued Papyrus 4th Century Early fourth century manuscript on papyrus; 51 leaves, 2 columns, fragmentary, up to 38 lines per column; Contents: LXX (Septuagint) Genesis 9–44. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Dublin, Chester Beatty Library Rahlfs 961 (CBL BP IV) View
Not yet catalogued Papyrus 3rd Century Late third century manuscript on papyrus; 31 leaves, single column, up to 20 lines per column; Contents: LXX (Septuagint) Genesis 8–46. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Dublin, Chester Beatty Library Rahlfs 962 (CBL BP V) View
Not yet catalogued Papyrus 2nd Century Second century manuscript on papyrus; 55 leaves, 2 columns, fragmentary, up to 36 lines per column; Contents: LXX (Septuagint) Numbers and Deuteronomy. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Dublin, Chester Beatty Library Rahlfs 963 (CBL BP VI) View
Not yet catalogued Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript on papyrus; 2 leaves, single column, 33 lines per column; Contents: LXX (Septuagint) Ecclesiasticus (Sirach) 36.28–37.11; 37.1–122. 46.16b–47.2; 46.6–11. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Dublin, Chester Beatty Library Rahlfs 964 (CBL BP XI) View
Not yet catalogued Papyrus 3rd Century Early third century manuscript on papyrus; 36 leaves, single column; Contents: LXX (Septuagint) Isaiah. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Dublin, Chester Beatty Library Rahlfs 965 (CBL BP VII) View
Not yet catalogued Papyrus 2nd or 3rd Century Late second century or early third century manuscript on papyrus; 2 leaves, single column, fragmentary, up to 15 lines per column; Contents: LXX (Septuagint) Jeremiah 4.30–5.1; 5.9–13; 5.13–14; 5.23–24. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Dublin, Chester Beatty Library Rahlfs 966 (CBL BP VIII) View
Not yet catalogued Papyrus 3rd Century Early third century manuscript on papyrus; 9 leaves, 2 columns, fragmentary, up to 32 lines; Contents: LXX (Septuagint) Ezekiel and Esther. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Dublin, Chester Beatty Library Rahlfs 967 (CBL BP IX) View
Not yet catalogued Papyrus 3rd Century Early third century manuscript on papyrus; 13 leaves, Single Column, 26 lines per column. Contents: LXX (Septuagint): Daniel and Esther. Images are from the Chester Beatty Library Collection. Dublin, Chester Beatty Library Rahlfs 968 (CBL BP X) View
Not yet catalogued Minuscule 5th–6th Century An amulet containing John 1:1–11, although an amulet is not traditionally considered a New Testament manuscript. By agreement with the custodian of the manuscript, the images are not posted online; they are available for viewing at the CSNTM offices. Cologne, Institut für Altertumskunde Inv. Nr. 649, 689 View
Not yet catalogued Lectionary 12th Century Late twelfth century Armenian lectionary of the Gospels on parchment; 259 leaves, 2 columns, 21 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Dublin, Chester Beatty Library CBL ARM 624 View
Not yet catalogued Lectionary 13th Century Hebrews lectionary fragment on parchment; single fragment used as binding material in another manuscript, single column, approximately 23 lines per column. INTF, Muenster, Germany INTF MS 10 View
Not yet catalogued Lectionary 9th–10th Century Gospels lectionary palimpsest manuscript on parchment; 12 leaves, 2 columns, 24–25 lines per column. The manuscript was photographed in ultraviolet light. INTF, Muenster, Germany INTF MS 17 View
Not yet catalogued Lectionary 11th–12th Century Gospels lectionary manuscript on parchment, located in the back of another manuscript. Two leaves (including one glued to the back cover of the other manuscript), single column, approximately 26 lines per column. INTF, Muenster, Germany INTF MS 18 View
Not yet catalogued Lectionary 11th Century Gospels lectionary manuscript on parchment; single leaf, 2 columns, 20 lines per column. By agreement with the custodian of the manuscript, the images are not posted online; they are available for viewing at the CSNTM offices. Cambridge University, Private Collection MS 461 View
P1 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 2 fragments, single column, 25–27 lines per column. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania E 2746 View
P2 Papyrus 6th Century Sixth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; Greek-Coptic diglot; 1 fragment, single column, 10 on front and 13 lines on back. Image is only available for private viewing. Florence, Museo Egizio Inv. Nr. 7134 View
P3 Papyrus 6th or 7th Century Sixth or seventh century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 21–27 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Vienna, Austrian National Library Pap. G. 2323 View
P4 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 6 fragments, 2 columns, approximately 36 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale Suppl. Gr. 1120 View
P5 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 2 fragments, 2 columns, 9–27 lines per column. Three available images are posted online. Additional images are only available for private viewing. London, British Library Inv. Nr. 782, 2484 View
P6 Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; Greek-Coptic diglot; 15 fragments, single column, approximately 30 lines per column. Strassburg, National and University Library P. Copt. 379, 381, 382, 384 View
P7 Papyrus 3rd-4th Third or fourth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus. One leaf, single column, 18 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Kiev, The Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine F. 301 (KDA), 553p View
P8 Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript of Acts on papyrus; 2 fragments, single column, 24 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Berlin, State Museum P. 8683 View
P9 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 15 lines per column. Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University Inv. Nr. 3736 View
P10 Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 11 lines per column. Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University Inv. Nr. 2218 View
P11 Papyrus 6th Century Sixth century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 17 fragments, single column, approximately 12–13 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. St. Petersburg, Russian National Library Gr. 258A View
P12 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 scroll fragment. Images are only available for private viewing. New York, Pierpont Morgan Library Pap. G. 3 View
P13 Papyrus 3rd–4th Century Third or fourth century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 2 scroll fragments, 23–27 lines per column. Three available images are posted online. Additional high-resolution images are available for private viewing only. London, British Library Inv. Nr. 1532v / PSI 1292 View
P14 Papyrus 6th Century Sixth century manuscript of Paul on papyrus. 7 fragments, single column, 13 lines per column. Digital images of this papyrus are not available. We are able to provide images of James Rendel Harris, "Biblical fragments from Mount Sinai," (London 1890), pp. 54-56. Mount Sinai, Saint Catherine's Monastery View
P15 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 37–38 lines per column. One available image is posted online. Additional high-resolution images are available for private viewing only. Cairo, Egyptian Museum JE 47423 (P.Oxy. 1008) View
P16 Papyrus 3rd–4th Century Third or fourth century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 38–39 lines per column. One available image is posted online. Additional images are available for private viewing only. Cairo, Egyptian Museum JE 47424 View
P17 Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 16 lines per column. Digital images from microfilm. Cambridge, University Library Add. Ms. 5893 View
P18 Papyrus 3rd–4th Century Third or fourth century manuscript of Revelation on papyrus; 1 scroll fragment, approximately 29–30 lines per column. One available image is posted online. Additional images are available for private viewing only. London, British Library Inv. Nr. 2053v View
P19 Papyrus 4th–5th Century Fourth or fifth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 22–23 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Oxford, Bodelian Library Gr. bib. d.6 (P) View
P20 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Apostolos on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 24–25 lines per column. Princeton, New Jersey, University Library P. Princeton Am 4117 View
P21 Papyrus 4th–5th Century Fourth or fifth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 32–33 lines per column. Allentown, Pennsylvania, Muhlenberg College Theol. Pap. 3 View
P22 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 2 fragments, single column, approximately 47–48 lines per column. University of Glasgow, Scotland, University Library MS Gen 1026-13 View
P23 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Apostolos on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 27 lines per column. Urbana, Illinois, University of Illinois G.P. 1229 View
P24 Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript of Revelation on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 43–45 lines per column. Newton Centre, Massachusetts; Andover Newton Theological School OP 1230 View
P25 Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, 2 columns, approximately 23–25 lines per column. Berlin, State Museum P. 16388 View
P26 Papyrus 600-625 Seventh century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 22 lines per column. Special Collections Bridwell Library, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. Dallas, Texas, Bridwell Library Bridwell Papyrus 1 View
P27 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 2 fragments, single column, approximately 42 lines per column. Cambridge, University Library Add. Ms. 7211 View
P28 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 25–26 lines per column. Berkeley, California, Pacific School of Religion Pap. 2 View
P29 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of Acts on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 38–41 lines per column. Higher resolution images are only available for private viewing. Oxford, Bodelian Library Gr. bib. g.4 (P) View
P30 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 5 fragments, single column, approximately 34 lines per column. Gent, University Library Inv. 61 View
P31 Papyrus 7th Century Seventh century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 15 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Manchester, John Rylands University Library Gr. P. 4 View
P32 Papyrus 200 Possible second century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 26–27 lines per column. Manchester, John Rylands University Library Gr. P. 5 View
P35 Papyrus 4th Century? Possible fourth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 11 lines per column. The images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana P.S.I. 1 View
P36 Papyrus 6th Century Sixth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 2 fragments, single column, 8(verso)-11(recto) lines per column. The images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana P.S.I. 3 View
P39 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 25 lines per column. Rochester, New York, Ambrose Swasey Library Inv. Nr. 8864 View
P40 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 5 fragments, single column, approximately 35–36 lines per column. Heidelberg, Institut fur Papyrologie Inv. G. 645 View
P43 Papyrus 6th–7th Century Sixth or seventh century manuscript of Revelation on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 4–5 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. London, British Library Inv. Nr. 2241 View
P44 Papyrus 6th–7th Century Sixth or seventh century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 13 fragments, single column, approximately 50 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art Inv. 14.1.527 View
P45 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 30 leaves, single column, approximately 32-33 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Dublin, Chester Beatty Library and Vienna, Austrian National Library CBL BP I (Dublin), Pap. G. 31974 (Vienna) View
P46 Papyrus c. 200 Late second century or early third century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 86 leaves, single column, 23–26 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Dublin, Chester Beatty Library and Ann Arbor, Michigan, University of Michigan Library CBL BP II (Dublin); Inv. 6238 (Ann Arbor) View
P47 Papyrus 3rd Century Late third century manuscript of Revelation on papyrus; 10 leaves, single column, 25–30 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Dublin, Chester Beatty Library CBL BP III View
P48 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Apostolos on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 13(recto)-20(verso) lines per column. By agreement with the owners of the manuscript, the images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana P.S.I. 1165 View
P49 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 2 fragments, single column, approximately 29–30 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Yale University Library P. Yale 2 (415) and 86 (531) View
P50 Papyrus 4th or 5th Century Fourth or fifth century manuscript of the Apostolos on papyrus; 1 fragment, 2 columns, 21–22 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Yale University Library P. 1543 View
P51 Papyrus 5th Century Fifth century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 37–38 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 2157 View
P52 Papyrus 2nd Century Second century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 18 lines per column. Manchester, John Rylands University Library Gr. P. 457 View
P54 Papyrus 5th–6th Century Fifth or sixth century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 2 fragments, single column, approximately 24 lines per column. Princeton, New Jersey, University Library Garrett 7742 View
P59 Papyrus 7th Century Seventh century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 14 fragments, single column, approximately 7–19 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. New York, Pierpont Morgan Library P. Colt 3 View
P60 Papyrus 7th Century Seventh century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 20 fragments, single column, 8–18 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. New York, Pierpont Morgan Library P. Colt 4 View
P61 Papyrus 8th Century Eighth century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 8 fragments, single column, approximately 25 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. New York / Morgan Library & Museum P. Colt 5 View
P62 Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; Greek-Coptic diglot; 6 fragments, single column, approximately 7 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Oslo, University Library P. Osloensis 1661 View
P63 Papyrus 6th Century Sixth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, 2 columns, 6–14 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Berlin, State Museum P. 11914 View
P64 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 5 fragments, 2 columns, approximately 38–39 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Oxford, Magdalen College; Barcelona, Foundation of Saint Luke the Evangelist Gr. 18 (Oxford), P. Barc. 1 (Barcelona) View
P65 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 28–29 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Florence, Papyrological Institute G. Vitelli, PSI 1373 View
P66 Papyrus 2nd–3rd Century Late second or early third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 leaf, single column, 10–11 lines per column. Public images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Images from other institutions available for private viewing. Cologny/Genf, Bodmeriana; Dublin, Chester Beatty Library; Cologne, Univ. Inst. fur Altertumskunde various View
P68 Papyrus 7th Century Seventh century (?) manuscript of Paul on papyrus. One leaf, single column, 20–21 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. St. Petersburg, Russische Nationalbibliothek Gr. 258B View
P69 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 35–45 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 2383 View
P70 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 3 fragments, single column, approximately 28–29 lines per column. Florence, Papyrological Institute; Oxford, Ashmolean Museum PSI inv. CNR 419, 420 (Florence); P. Oxy. 2384 View
P71 Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 30–32 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 2385 View
P72 Papyrus 3rd–4th Century Third or fourth century manuscript of the Apostolos on papyrus; 95 leaves, single column, 14–20 lines per column. A selection is available for viewing. Cologny/Genf, Bodmeriana; Vatican Library Bodmer VII–VIII View
P73 Papyrus 7th Century Seventh century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 25 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Cologny/Genf, Bodmeriana Bodmer L View
P74 Papyrus 7th Century Seventh century manuscript of the Apostolos on papyrus; 124 fragments, single column, approximately 30–35 lines per column. Cologny/Genf, Bodmeriana Bodmer XVII View
P75 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 50 leaves, single column, approximately 38–45 lines per column. Vatican Library P. Bodmer XIV-XV View
P77 Papyrus 2nd–3rd Century Second or third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 13 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 2683 View
P78 Papyrus 3rd–4th Century Third or fourth century manuscript of the Apostolos on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 3–5 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 2684 View
P79 Papyrus 7th Century Seventh century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 15–17 lines per column. Berlin, State Museum P. 6774 View
P80 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 3 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Barcelona, Foundation of St. Luke Evangelist P. Barc. 83 View
P81 Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript of the Apostolos on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 37 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Triest, Italy; S. Daris Nr. 20 View
P82 Papyrus 4th–5th Century Fourth or fifth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 9 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Strassburg, National and University Library P. Gr. 2677 View
P83 Papyrus 6th Century Sixth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 2 fragments, single column, approximately 20–21 lines per column. Lowen, Belgium, University Library P.A.M. Khirbet Mird 16, 29 View
P84 Papyrus 6th Century Sixth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 9 fragments, 2 columns, approximately 30 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Lowen, Belgium, University Library P.A.M. Khirbet Mird 4, 11, 26, 27 View
P85 Papyrus 4th–5th Century Fourth or fifth century manuscript of Revelation on papyrus; 3 fragments, single column, approximately 37 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Strassburg, National and University Library P. Gr. 1028 View
P86 Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 31 lines per column. University of Cologne, Institute of Archaeology Inv. Nr. 5516 View
P87 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 32 lines per column. Köln, Institut für Altertumskunde Inv. Nr. 12 View
P88 Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 22–23 lines per column. Milan, Catholic University P. Med. Inv. Nr. 69.24 View
P89 Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript of the Apostolos on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 7(recto)-8 (verso) lines per column. By agreement with the owners of the manuscript, the images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana PLaur.142 View
P90 Papyrus 2nd Century Second century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 23–24 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 3523 View
P91 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Apostolos on papyrus; 2 fragments, single column, 12–13 lines per column. One fragment in Sydney digitally photographed by CSNTM. Images are only available for private viewing. Sydney, Macquarie University; University of Milan Inv. 360 (Macquarie), Inv. 1224 (Milan) View
P92 Papyrus 3rd–4th Century Third or fourth century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 2 fragments, single column, 6–9 lines per column. Additional images are available for private viewing. Cairo, Egyptian Museum P. Narmuthis inv. 69.39a, 69.229a View
P93 Papyrus 5th Century Fifth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 6 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Florence, Papyrological Institute PSI inv. 108 View
P94 Papyrus 5th–6th Century Fifth or sixth century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 24–25 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Cairo, Egyptian Museum P. Cair. 10730 View
P95 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 9(recto)-8(verso) lines per column. By agreement with the owners of the manuscript, the images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana Papiri Laur. PL II/31 View
P97 Papyrus 6th or 7th Century Sixth or seventh century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 leaf, single column, 11–27 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Dublin, Chester Beatty Library CBL BP XVII View
P98 Papyrus 2nd Possible second century manuscript of Revelation on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 19 lines per column. Cairo, French Institute of Oriental Archaeology P. IFAO inv. 237b View
P99 Papyrus 5th Century Late fifth century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; Greek-Latin diglot; 16 leaves (8 bifolia), single column, 27–32 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Dublin, Chester Beatty Library CBL BP XXI View
P100 Papyrus 3rd–4th Century Third or fourth century manuscript of the Apostolos on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 25 lines per column. Additional high-resolution images are available for private viewing. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4449 View
P101 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 32–33 lines per column. Additional high-resolution images are available for private viewing. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4401 View
P102 Papyrus 3rd–4th Century Third or fourth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 2–3 lines per column visible. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4402 View
P103 Papyrus 2nd–3rd Century Second or third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 19–20 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4403 View
P104 Papyrus 2nd Century Second century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 31 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4404 View
P105 Papyrus 5th–6th Century Fifth or sixth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 25 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4406 View
P106 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 20–21 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4445 View
P107 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 6–7 lines per column visible. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4446 View
P108 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 12–13 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4447 View
P109 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 10 lines per column visible. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4448 View
P110 Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 40–43 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4494 View
P111 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 21–22 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4495 View
P112 Papyrus 5th Century Fifth century manuscript of the Apostolos on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 34 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4496 View
P113 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 4–5 lines per column visible. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4497 View
P114 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 27 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4498 View
P115 Papyrus 3rd–4th Century Third or fourth century manuscript of Revelation on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 33–36 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4499 View
P117 Papyrus 4th–5th Century Fourth or fifth century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, 11 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Hamburg, State and University Library P. Hamb. Inv. NS 1002 View
P118 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, 2 columns, approximately 23–24 lines per column. Cologne, University Seminar for Egyptology Inv. Nr. 10311 View
P119 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 40 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4803 View
P120 Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 2 fragments, single column, approximately 27 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4804 View
P121 Papyrus 3rd Century Third century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 37 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4805 View
P122 Papyrus 4th–5th Century? Fourth or fifth century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 44 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4806 View
P123 Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 21 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4844 View
P124 Papyrus 6th Century Sixth century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 26 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4845 View
P125 Papyrus 3rd–4th Century Third or fourth century manuscript of the Apostolos on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 30 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4934 View
P126 Papyrus 4th Century Fourth century manuscript of Paul on papyrus; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 20 lines per column. Florence, Papyrological Institute PSI 1497 View
P127 Papyrus 5th Century Fifth century manuscript of Acts on papyrus; 8 fragments, single column, 22–26 lines per column. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4968 View
P128 Papyrus 6th-7th Sixth or seventh century manuscript of the Gospels on papyrus; 2 leaves, single column, 50 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Department of Egyptian Art Inv. 14.1.527 View
GA 01 Majuscule 4th Century Codex Sinaiticus is a fourth century manuscript of the New Testament, the Epistle of Barnabas, and the Shepherd of Hermas on parchment; 148 leaves, 4 columns, 48 lines per column. Images are from the full-sized black and white facsimile of the manuscript produced in 1911 by Kirsopp Lake and Clarendon Press. For more recent images, please visit the Codex Sinaiticus Project London, British Library Add. 43725 View
GA 02 Majuscule 5th Century Codex Alexandrinus is a fifth century manuscript on parchment; 144 leaves, 2 columns, 49-52 lines per column; Contents: New Testament and Clementine Epistles. Images are from the fourth volume of the full-sized black and white facsimile of the manuscript, produced in 1879-83 by the British Library. For more recent images, please visit the British Library London, British Library Royal 1 D.VIII View
GA 03 Majuscule 4th Century Codex Vaticanus is an important fourth century majuscule manuscript. It contains Matthew–2 Thessalonians, Hebrews 1.1–9.13, James–Jude. It lacks the Pastorals, Philemon, and Revelation. After Hebrews 9.13, the document is written in much later minuscule hand. 142 leaves on parchment, three columns, with 42 lines per column. The images are from the 1868 (pseudo-) facsimile. Vatican Library Vat. gr. 1209, p. 1235-1518 (p. 1519-1536: 1957) View
GA 04 Majuscule 5th Century Codex Ephraimi Rescriptus is a fifth century palimpsest manuscript of the New Testament on parchment; 145 leaves, single column, 41+ lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. For more recent images, please visit the Bibliothèque Nationale Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale Gr. 9 View
GA 05 Majuscule 5th Century Codex Bezae is a fifth century manuscript of the Gospels and the Apostolos on parchment; Greek-Latin diglot; 415 leaves, single column, 33 lines per column. For more recent images, please visit the University of Cambridge Cambridge, University Library Nn. 2.41 View
GA 06 Majuscule 6th century Codex Claromontanus is a sixth century manuscript of Paul on parchment; Greek-Latin diglot; 533 leaves, single column, 21 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. For more recent images, please visit the Bibliothèque Nationale Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale Gr. 107 AB View
GA 07 Majuscule 8th Century Codex Basilensis is an eighth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 318 leaves, single column, 23+ lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Digital images are from microfilm. Basel, Switzerland, Universitätsbibliothek AN III 12 View
GA 08 Majuscule 6th Century Codex Laudianus is a sixth century manuscript of the Apostolos on parchment; Greek-Latin diglot; 227 leaves, 2 columns, 24+ lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. For recent images, please visit the Bodleian Library Oxford, Bodelian Library Laud. Gr. 35 View
GA 09 Majuscule 9th Century Codex Boreelianus is a ninth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 204 leaves, 2 columns, 19+ lines per column. Digital images are from microfilm. Utrecht, Netherlands, Universitätsbibliothek Ms. 1 View
GA 011 Majuscule 9th Century Codex Seidelianus is a ninth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 251 leaves, 2 columns, 21–24 lines per column. Digital images are from microfilm. For more recent images, please visit the British Library London, British Library Harley 5684 View
GA 012 Majuscule 9th Century Codex Boernerianus is a ninth century manuscript of Paul on parchment; Greek–Latin diglot (interlinear); 99 leaves, single column, 20–23 lines per column. Digital images were provided to CSNTM by Gary S. Dykes. Dresden, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek A 145b View
GA 015 Majuscule 6th Century Codex Coislinianus is a sixth century manuscript of Paul on parchment; 10 leaves, single column, 16 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the Bibliothèque Nationale Suppl. Grec. 1074 and Bibliothèque Nationale Coislin 202 Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale Suppl. Gr. 1074; Coislin 202 View
GA 017 Majuscule 9th Century Codex Cyprius is a ninth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 267 leaves, single column, 16–31 lines per column. Images are only available for private viewing. Digital images are from microfilm. For recent images, please visit the Bibliothèque Nationale Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale Gr. 63 View
GA 021 Majuscule 9th Century Majuscule of the Gospels on parchment; 257 leaves, 2 columns, 24 lines per column. Digital images are from microfilm. Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale Gr. 48 View
GA 022 Majuscule 6th Century Gospels majuscule manuscript of the Gospels on purple parchment. The manuscript consists of 231 leaves held in 9 separate locations; 2 columns, 16 lines per column. One leaf at the Byzantine and Christian Museum in Athens was digitally photographed by CSNTM; a facsimile of the entire manuscript has also been photographed by CSNTM. By agreement with the custodian of the manuscript, the images are not posted online; they are available for viewing at the CSNTM offices. Athens, Byzantine and Christian Museum; 8 other locations Fragment 21 View
GA 027 Majuscule 7th Centruy Seventh century manuscript of the Gospels and Paul on parchment; 48 leaves, 2 columns, 25 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 17211 View
GA 032 Majuscule 4th/5th Century Codex Washingtonianus is an important majuscule manuscript from the 4-5th century. The images posted here are those of the full-sized black and white facsimile of the manuscript, produced in 1912 by Henry A. Sanders and the University of Michigan. Freer Gallery, Sackler Museum, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C. 06.274 View
GA 033 Majuscule 10th Century Codex Monacensis is a Tenth Century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment. Two columns, 45 lines per column. University Library of Ludwig-Maximilians: University of Munich, Germany Cim. 16 View
GA 043 Majuscule 6th Century Majuscule Gospels manuscript on purple parchment with gold and silver text. 197 leaves, 2 columns, 17 lines per column. By agreement with the Albanian National Archives, only a portion of the manuscript is posted. Tirana, Albanian National Archives ANA 1 View
GA 044 Majuscule 9th–10th Century Majuscule manuscript of the Gospels, Apostolos, and Paul on parchment; 261 leaves, single column, 31 lines per column. By agreement with the custodian of the manuscript, the images are not posted online; they are available for viewing at the CSNTM offices. Athos, Lavra B' 52 View
GA 049 Majuscule 9th Century Majuscule manuscript of the apostolos and Paul on parchment; 149 leaves, single column, 30 lines per column. By agreement with the custodian of the manuscript, the images are not posted online; they are available for viewing at the CSNTM offices. Athos, Lavra A' 88 View
GA 063 Majuscule 9th Century Ninth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 2 leaves, 2 columns, 29 lines per column. For recent images of the Bibliothèque Nationale portion, please visit the Bibliothèque Nationale Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale Suppl. Gr. 1155, II, fol. 3.4 View
GA 066 Majuscule 6th Century Partial majuscule of Acts on parchment; 1 leaf, 2 columns, 25 lines per column. Digital images from Microfilm. St. Petersburg, The National Library of Russia Gr. 6 II, fol. 4 View
GA 0102 Majuscule 7th Century Seventh century manuscript of Luke on parchment; 2 leaves, 2 columns, 24 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the Bibliothèque Nationale Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale Suppl. Gr. 1155, I, fol. 1.2 View
GA 0150 Majuscule 9th Century Majuscule manuscript of Paul with commentary on parchment; 151 leaves, single column, 34 lines per column. Digitally photographed by CSNTM. By agreement with the custodian of the manuscript, the images are not posted online; they are available for viewing at the CSNTM offices. Patmos, Monastery of St. John the Theologian MS 61 View
GA 0151 Majuscule 9th Century Majuscule manuscript of Paul with commentary on parchment; 192 leaves, 2 columns, 33 lines per column. Digitally photographed by CSNTM. By agreement with the custodian of the manuscript, the images are not posted online; they are available for viewing at the CSNTM offices. Patmos, Monastery of St. John the Theologian MS 62 View
GA 0171 Majuscule 300 Third century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 1 leaf, 2 columns, 22 lines per column. By agreement with the owners of the manuscript, the images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana P.S.I. 2; P.S.I. 124 View
GA 0172 Majuscule 5th Century Fifth century manuscript of Paul on parchment; 1 leaf, single column, 11 lines per column. By agreement with the owners of the manuscript, the images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana P.S.I. 4 View
GA 0173 Majuscule 5th Century Fifth century manuscript of the Apostolos on parchment; 1 leaf, single column, 9 lines per column. By agreement with the owners of the manuscript, the images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana P.S.I. 5 View
GA 0175 Majuscule 5th Century Fifth century manuscript of the Apostolos on parchment; 1 leaf, single column, 17 lines per column. By agreement with the owners of the manuscript, the images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana P.S.I. 125 View
GA 0176 Majuscule 5th Century Fifth century manuscript of Paul on parchment; 1 leaf, single column, 20 lines per column. By agreement with the owners of the manuscript, the images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana P.S.I. 251 View
GA 0207 Majuscule 4th Century Fourth century manuscript of Revelation on parchment; 1 leaf, 2 columns, 29 lines per column. By agreement with the owners of the manuscript, the images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana P.S.I. 1166 View
GA 0208 Majuscule 5th – 6th Century Majuscule palimpsest manuscript of Paul's letters on parchment; 2 leaves, 2 columns, 31 lines per column. The manuscript was photographed under ultraviolet light. Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich Clm 29 418 (1) View
GA 0209 Majuscule 7th Century Majuscule Apostolos and Paul manuscript on parchment; palimpsest, 8 leaves, 2 columns, 29–32 lines per column. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MS 8 View
GA 0299 Majuscule 10th–11th Century Tenth or eleventh century manuscript of John on parchment; 1 leaf, 2 columns, 40 lines per column. Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale Copt. 129,10, fol. 199vo View
GA 0301 Majuscule 5th Century Gospels majuscule manuscript on parchment; 1 fragment, single column, 14 lines per column. By agreement with the custodian of the manuscript, the images are not posted online; they are available for viewing at the CSNTM offices. Oslo/London, The Schoyen Collection MS 1367 View
GA 0303 Majuscule 8th Century Eighth century manuscript of Luke on parchment; 1 leaf, 2 columns, 23 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the Bibliothèque Nationale Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale Suppl. Gr. 1155 VII, fol. 19 View
GA 0308 Majuscule 4th Century Revelation majuscule manuscript on parchment; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 14 lines per column. By agreement with the custodian of the manuscript, the images are not posted online; they are available for viewing at the CSNTM offices. Oxford, Ashmolean Museum P. Oxy. 4500 View
GA 0309 Majuscule 6th Century Gospels majuscule manuscript on parchment; 1 fragment, single column, approximately 27 lines per column. By agreement with the custodian of the manuscript, the images are not posted online; they are available for viewing at the CSNTM offices. Cologne, Institut für Altertumskunde Inv. 806 View
GA 0311 Majuscule 8th–9th Century Majuscule manuscript of Paul on parchment; single leaf in eight fragments, 2 columns, approximately 23 lines per column. Cambridge, de Hamel Coll. de Hamel MS 390 View
GA 0312 Majuscule 3rd–4th Century Gospels majuscule manuscript on parchment; 1 fragment, 2 columns, approximately 27 lines per column. Cambridge, de Hamel Coll. de Hamel MS 386 View
GA 0313 Majuscule 5th Century Gospels majuscule manuscript on parchment; 1 fragment, single column, 2 lines visible. Cambridge, de Hamel Coll. de Hamel MS 388 View
GA 0314 Majuscule 6th Century Gospels majuscule manuscript on parchment; 1 fragment, single column, 2 lines visible. Cambridge, de Hamel Coll. de Hamel MS 389 View
GA 0315 Majuscule 4th–5th Century Gospels majuscule manuscript on parchment; 1 fragment, 2 columns, approximately 32 lines per column. Cambridge, de Hamel Coll. de Hamel MS 387 View
GA 0322 Majuscule 5th–9th Century Gospels palimpsest majuscule on parchment; 2 leaves, 2 columns, 22 lines per column. Rubrication is 8th–9th century; text is possibly 5th–7th century. Digitally photographed by CSNTM. By agreement with the custodian of the manuscript, the images are not posted online; they are available for viewing at the CSNTM offices. Constantinople, Ecumenical Patriarchate Triados 68 (75) View
GA 6 Minuscule 13th Century Minuscule manuscript of the Gospels, Apostolos, and Paul on parchment; 235 leaves, single column, 29 lines per column. Digital images from microfilm. Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale Gr. 112 View
GA 8 Minuscule 11th Century Eleventh century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 199 leaves, 2 columns, 22 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the Bibliothèque Nationale Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale Gr. 49 View
GA 9 Minuscule 1167 Twelfth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 298 leaves, single column, 20 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the Bibliothèque Nationale Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale Gr. 83 View
GA 11 Minuscule 12th Century Twelfth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 504 leaves, single column, 16 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the Bibliothèque Nationale Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale Gr. 121 View
GA 28 Minuscule 11th Century Minuscule of the Gospels on parchment; 292 leaves, single column, 19 lines per column. Digital images from microfilm. Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale Gr. 379 View
GA 43 Minuscule 11th Century Eleventh century manuscript of Gospels, Apostolos, and Paul on parchment; 199 leaves, single column, 24–26 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the Bibliothèque Nationale Paris, Bibliothèque de l'Arsenal 8409 View
GA 60 Minuscule 1297 Gospels minuscule manuscript on parchment; 291 leaves, single column, 24–26 lines per column. By agreement with the custodian of the manuscript, the images are not posted online; they are available for viewing at the CSNTM offices. Cambridge, University Library Dd. 9.69 View
GA 65 Minuscule 11th Century Eleventh century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 309 leaves, single column, 22 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Harley 5776 View
GA 69 Minuscule 15th Century Complete New Testament minuscule manuscript on parchment and paper; 213 leaves, single column, 37–38 lines per column. Leicester, Leicestershire [England] Record Office Cod. 6 D 32/1 View
GA 72 Minuscule 11th Century Eleventh century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 368 leaves, single column, 22-24 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Harley 5647 View
GA 81 Minuscule 1044 Eleventh century manuscriptof the Apostolos and Paul on parchment; 225 leaves, single column, 23 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 20003 View
GA 104 Minuscule 11th Century Eleventh century manuscript Acts, Paul, and the Revelation on parchment; 286 leaves, single column, 23 lines per column. Digital images from Microfilm. For more recent images, please visit the British Library London, British Library Harley 5537 View
GA 106 Minuscule 11th or 12th Century Eleventh or twelfth century minuscule of the Gospels on parchment; 212 leaves, single column, 22 lines per column. Images are from the Chester Beatty Collection. Chester Beatty Library, Dublin CBL W 135 View
GA 113 Minuscule 11th Century Eleventh century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 270 leaves, single column, 26 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Harley 1810 View
GA 114 Minuscule 11th Century Eleventh century minuscule of the Gospels on parchment; 280 leaves, single column, 20 lines per column.For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Harley 5540 View
GA 115 Minuscule 10th Century Tenth Century gospels manuscript on parchment. 1 column and 19 lines per page. For recent images, please visit the British Library London, British Library Harley MS 5559 View
GA 116 Minuscule 12th Century Twelfth century minuscule of the Gospels on parchment; 300 leaves, single column, 23 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Harley 5567 View
GA 157 Minuscule ca. 1122 Minuscule of the Gospels on parchment; 325 leaves, single column, 22 lines per column. Digital images from Microfilm. Vatican City, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana Vat. gr. 2 View
GA 198 Minuscule 13th Century Thirteenth century manuscript of the Gospels on paper; 171 leaves, single column, 29 lines per column. By agreement with the owners of the manuscript, the images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana Edili Cod. Graec. 221 (a.k.a. Aedilium 221) View
GA 199 Minuscule 12th Century Twelfth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 215 leaves, single column, 27-28 lines per column. By agreement with the owners of the manuscript, the images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana Conv. Soppr. 160 View
GA 200 Minuscule 11th Century Eleventh century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 230 leaves, 2 columns, 25 lines per column. By agreement with the owners of the manuscript, the images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana Conv. Soppr. 159 (a.k.a. 69; a.k.a. 66) View
GA 201 Minuscule 1357 A minuscule from the New Testament on parchment; 493 leaves, double column, 22 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 11837 View
GA 202 Minuscule 12th Century Twelfth century minuscule of the Gospels on parchment; 278 leaves, single column, 21 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 14774 View
GA 223 Minuscule 14th Century Apostolos and Paul minuscule manuscript on parchment; 376 leaves, single column, 22–23 lines per column. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MS 34 View
GA 272 Minuscule 11th Century Eleventh century minuscule of the Gospels on parchment; 218 leaves, 1 column, 21 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 15581 View
GA 276 Minuscule 1092 Eleventh century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 307 leaves, single column, 21 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the Bibliothèque Nationale Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale Gr. 81 View
GA 309 Minuscule 13th Century Apostolos and Paul minuscule manuscript on parchment; 159 leaves, single column, 22–25 lines per column. By agreement with the custodian of the manuscript, the images are not posted online; they are available for viewing at the CSNTM offices. Cambridge, University Library Dd. 11.90 View
GA 312 Minuscule 11th Century Eleventh century minuscule of the Apostolos and Paul on parchment; 298 leaves, 1 column, 22 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 5115 View
GA 319 Minuscule 12th Century Manuscript of the Apostolos and Paul on parchment; 303 leaves, single column, 22 lines per column. Christ’s College, Cambridge GG.1.9 (MS 9) View
GA 321 Minuscule 12th Century Twelfth century minuscule of the Apostolos and Paul on parchment; 293 leaves, 1 column, 22 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Harley 5557 View
GA 362 Minuscule 13th Century Thirteenth century manuscript of the Gospels with commentary on parchment; 315 leaves, single column, 32-34 lines per column. By agreement with the owners of the manuscript, the images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana Conv. Soppr. 176 (a.k.a. 2564) View
GA 365 Minuscule 12th Century Twelfth manuscript of the Gospels, Apostolos, and Paul on parchment; 364 leaves, single column, 33 lines per column. By agreement with the owners of the manuscript, the images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana Plut. 6 Cod. 36 View
GA 366 Minuscule 10th-11th Century Tenth or eleventh century manuscript of the Gospels with commentary on parchment; 323 leaves, single column, 31 lines per column. By agreement with the owners of the manuscript, the images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana Conv. Soppr. 171 View
GA 367 Minuscule 1331 Fourteenth century manuscript of the complete New Testament; 349 leaves, single column, 32 lines per column. By agreement with the owners of the manuscript, the images posted online are 100dpi. Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana Conv. Soppr. 53 View
GA 385 Minuscule 1407 Fifteenth century minuscule of the Apostolos, Paul, and Revelation on parchment; 267 leaves, 1 column, 26 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Harley 5613 View
GA 394 Minuscule 1330 Minuscule manuscript of the Gospels, Apostolos, and Paul on parchment; 344 leaves, single column, 29 lines per column. By agreement with the custodian of the manuscript, the images are not posted online; they are available for viewing at the CSNTM offices. Rome, Biblioteca Vallicelliana F. 17 View
GA 398 Minuscule 10th Century Minuscule manuscript of the apostolos and Paul on parchment; 251 leaves, single column, 22 lines per column. By agreement with the custodian of the manuscript, the images are not posted online; they are available for viewing at the CSNTM offices. Cambridge, University Library Kk. 6.4 View
GA 427 Minuscule 13th Century Gospels minuscule manuscript with commentary on parchment and paper; 140 leaves, single column, 31–40 lines per column. Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich Gr. 465 View
GA 435 Minuscule 12th–13th Century Gospels minuscule manuscript on parchment; one leaf, single column, 24–26 lines per column. One leaf photographed at Arundel by CSNTM; the rest of the manuscript is in Leiden. By agreement with the custodian of the manuscript, the images are not posted online; they are available for viewing at the CSNTM offices. Leiden, University Library; Arundel, UK, Arundel Castle Leiden, Gronov. 137; Arundel, M.D. 459 View
GA 440 Minuscule 12th Century Minuscule manuscript of the Gospels, apostolos, and Paul on parchment; 294 leaves, single column, 28–30 lines per column. By agreement with the custodian of the manuscript, the images are not posted online; they are available for viewing at the CSNTM offices. Cambridge, University Library Mm. 6.9 View
GA 478 Minuscule 10th Century Tenth century minuscule of the Gospels on parchment; 268 leaves, 1 column, 26 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 11300 View
GA 481 Minuscule 10th Century Tenth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 218 leaves, single column, 22 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library London, British Library Burney MS 19 View
GA 482 Minuscule 1285 Thirteenth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 317 leaves, single column, 22-23 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library London, British Library Burney MS 20 View
GA 490 Minuscule 11th Century Tenth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 192 leaves, 2 columns, 27 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 7141 View
GA 491 Minuscule 11th Century Eleventh century manuscript of the Gospels, Apostolos, and Paul on parchment; 34 leaves, 1 columns, 34 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 11836 View
GA 492 Minuscule 1325 Fourteenth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 269 leaves, 1 column, 24 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 11838 View
GA 493 Minuscule 15th Century Fifteenth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 157 leaves, 1 column, 27 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 11839 View
GA 495 Minuscule 12th Century Twelfth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 181 leaves, 1 column, 28 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 16183 View
GA 496 Minuscule 13th Century Thirteenth century manuscript of the Gospels, Apostolos, and Paul on parchment; 300 leaves, 1 column, 33 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 16184 View
GA 497 Minuscule 11th Century Thirteenth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 184 leaves, 1 column, 22-23 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 16943 View
GA 498 Minuscule 14th Century Fourteenth century manuscript of the New Testament on parchment; 186 leaves, 1 column, 35 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 17469 View
GA 499 Minuscule 12th Century Twelfth century manuscript of the New Testament on parchment; 216 leaves, 1 column, 22 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 17741 View
GA 500 Minuscule 13th Century Thirteenth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 244 leaves, 1 column, 23 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 17982 View
GA 501 Minuscule 13th Century Thirteenth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 157 leaves, 1 column, 23 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 18211 View
GA 503 Minuscule 13th Century Thirteenth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 60 leaves, 1 column, 25-27 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 19389 View
GA 504 Minuscule 1033 Eleventh century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 287 leaves, 1 column, 20 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Add. 17470 View
GA 505 Minuscule 12th Century Twelfth century manuscript of the Gospels on parchment; 226 leaves, 1 column, 23 lines per column. For recent images, please visit the British Library British Library Harley 5538 View
GA 517 Minuscule 11th-12th Century Minuscule of the complete New Testament on parchment; 201 leaves, single column, 29-31 lines per column. Digital images from microfilm. Oxford, Christ Church Wake 34 View
GA 532 Minuscule 11th Century Gospels minuscule manuscript on parchment; 249 leaves, single column, 22 lines per column. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MS 22 View
GA 533 Minuscule 13th Century Gospels minuscule manuscript on parchment; 237 leaves, single column, 20 lines per column. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MS 21 View
GA 534 Minuscule 13th Century Gospels minuscule manuscript on paper; 270 leaves, single column, 22 lines per column. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MS 26 View
GA 535 Minuscule 12th Century Gospels minuscule manuscript on parchment; 125 leaves, single column, 17–18 lines per column. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MS 20 View
GA 536 Minuscule 13th Century Gospels and Apostolos minuscule manuscript on parchment; 174 leaves, single column, 26–31 lines per column. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MS 24 View
GA 537 Minuscule 12th Century Gospels minuscule manuscript on parchment; 147 leaves, single column, 29 lines per page. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MA 19 View
GA 538 Minuscule 12th Century Gospels minuscule manuscript on parchment; 212 leaves, single column, 20–27 lines per column. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MS 18 View
GA 540 Minuscule 14th Century Gospels minuscule manuscript on parchment; 33 leaves, single column, 17–21 lines per column. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MS 23a View
GA 541 Minuscule 15th Century Gospels minuscule manuscript on parchment; 50 leaves, single column, 21 lines per column. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MS 23b View
GA 543 Minuscule 12th Century Gospels minuscule manuscript on parchment; 185 leaves, 2 columns, 26–30 lines per column. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MS 15 View
GA 544 Minuscule 13th Century Gospels minuscule manuscript on parchment; 256 leaves, single column, 22 lines per column. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MS 25 View
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06-11-2014, 03:20 PM
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
(06-11-2014 03:10 PM)Wolfbitn Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 03:06 PM)pablo Wrote:  Nope, I'm saying I don't know, moron.
You don't know either, so you assert what you want to be true so it makes your feeble argument seem plausible when it is not.
You resort to trying to twist what I say when you have nothing to back your claims.
Sad.

So then do you say there is NO CHANCE Mark wrote the book of Mark?

It provably was not.

Not that you give a shit.

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06-11-2014, 03:23 PM
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
(06-11-2014 03:17 PM)pablo Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 03:10 PM)Wolfbitn Wrote:  So then do you say there is NO CHANCE Mark wrote the book of Mark?

You're even dumber than I thought.
I don't know means ...get ready...I DON'T FUCKING KNOW EITHER WAY!
You poor stupid bastard. For the sake of future generations, please don't have any children. Assuming you're not impotent.

So then you agree it is possible yes? Tongue
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06-11-2014, 03:23 PM (This post was last modified: 06-11-2014 03:32 PM by WhiskeyDebates.)
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
(06-11-2014 02:51 PM)Wolfbitn Wrote:  You call ME the kid when Im the only one here that's presented real evidence LMAO...
You didn't even KNOW we had first century documentation
AND YOU DIDNT KNOW the earliest manuscript evidence for Alexander was 10th century

^^^Im the ONLY ONE HERE that knew all this Tongue LaughatLaughatLaughat

None of this addresses what you actually quoted which is that you LIED when you said we brought it up. you did fuck face. More problems understanding what we are saying. I have met rocks with better reading skills then you. I bet if I roooooolled one across a keyboard it would have better typing skills as well.

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06-11-2014, 03:23 PM
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
(06-11-2014 03:13 PM)Wolfbitn Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 03:12 PM)wazzel Wrote:  No you have 27 books and 11,973 copies. Lots of copies does not equal lots of information.

Biblical scholars do not believe that the gospel of Mark was written by Mark the companion of Peter. Crediting it to Mark is a tradition started by Bishop Pipias in 125 AD.

Post your proof of this Tongue

About Mark? I already did.

Mark (60 to 75 CE) is an interesting fable isn't it? Since Mark is the oldest of the synoptic gospels, of which the authors of matthew, and luke based their stories. All scholars agree that the last 12 verses of Mark, are highly dubious and are considered interpolations. The earliest ancient documents of mark end right after the women find the empty tomb. This means that in the first biography, on which the others based their reports, there is no post-resurrection appearance or ascension of jesus. uhoh.

Noticing this problem, a Xtian scribe decided to add verses 9-20.

Mark: Most modern scholars reject the tradition which ascribes it to Mark the Evangelist, the companion of Peter, and regard it as the work of an unknown author working with various sources including collections of miracle stories, controversy stories, parables, and a passion narrative.

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06-11-2014, 03:23 PM
RE: If you believe Alexander the Great existed, then why not Jesus?
(06-11-2014 03:20 PM)cjlr Wrote:  
(06-11-2014 03:10 PM)Wolfbitn Wrote:  So then do you say there is NO CHANCE Mark wrote the book of Mark?

It provably was not.

Not that you give a shit.

Prove it NOW dipshit
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