In 2013, we digitized one of the most important collections of biblical papyri in the world at the Chester Beatty Library in Dublin, Ireland. The project included Papyrus 46, the oldest manuscript of Paul’s letters in the world; Papyrus 45, a second century Gospels and Acts manuscript; and Papyrus 47, a very early manuscript of Revelation.
In 2015 and 2016, we digitized one of the largest collections of New Testament manuscripts in the world at the National Library of Greece in Athens, Greece. Nearly 300 manuscripts were digitized, producing more than 150,000 images. This collaboration preserved a major portion of Byzantine and biblical history.
Andrew Bobo writes about Codex 2907, focusing on interesting details found in its text.
Andrew Bobo and Andrew Patton write about a page from a medieval manuscript with many features that help the reader read well.
Andrew Patton and Leigh Ann Hyde write about Eusebian Canons, an ancient way to mark parallel passages in the Gospels.
Their professionalism, the quality of their work, and their state-of-the-art equipment were excellent.
— Vera Valitutto, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana