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Vatican, Oxford libraries make ancient collections available online

Catholic World News - December 03, 2013

The Vatican library and the Bodleian Libraries of the University of Oxford have joined to make tens of thousands of ancient manuscripts available online.

The libraries’ priceless collections of Hebrew and Greek manuscripts, rare Bibles, and other treasures is now available at a web site, in a project financed by the Polonsky Foundation. The project is designed to make a total of 1.5 million pages of rare manuscripts available to the public over a 4-year period.

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