We are excited to give you access to images of five manuscripts digitized during our spring expeditions. This past February and March CSNTM digitized at the Dunham Bible Museum at Houston Baptist University, the James P. Boyce Centennial Library at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and the Bridwell Library at Southern Methodist University to digitize manuscripts. We’ve added four new manuscripts to our collection and new composite color images captured with our multispectral camera for P26. (The full set of multispectral images of P26 will be released at a later date).
P26: A single papyrus fragment from the seventh century containing portions of Romans 1. This is the second time CSNTM has digitized P26. The newest images were captured with MSI equipment.
GA 2358: Twelfth century minuscule of the Gospels dubbed Codex Robertsonianus after New Testament grammarian and scholar A. T. Robertson.
GA 2878: Twelfth century parchment single leaf containing a section of Scripture from Luke 23.
GA lect 1547: Thirteenth century Gospels manuscript written on parchment. This manuscript has an interesting history of ownership, which you can read about in our expedition report.
GA Lect 2434: A lectionary from the fourteenth to fifteenth century containing readings from the Gospels copied in two columns.