Category:Codex Amiatinus

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Codex Amiatinus 
oldest complete copy of the Latin Bible
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Instance ofilluminated manuscript,
biblical manuscript
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Location Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, Florence, Metropolitan City of Florence, Tuscany, Italy
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Inception
  • 710s
Width
  • 340 mm
Height
  • 500 mm
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The Codex Amiatinus is the most celebrated manuscript of the Latin Vulgate Bible, remarkable as the best witness to the true text of St. Jerome and as a fine specimen of medieval calligraphy, now kept at Florence in the Bibliotheca Laurentiana. The Codex Amiatinus, designated by siglum A, 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 Book of Baruch.It was produced in the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Northumbria as a gift for the Pope, and dates to the start of the 8th century.

Media in category "Codex Amiatinus"

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