Limited Edition Prints Available by Donation These one-of-a-kind manuscript prints are large-format photographs (18” × 24”) with stiff backs. Each print comes with a certificate.
Codex 2882 is a Greek manuscript of Luke’s Gospel. The manuscript, which is only 46 leaves (92 pages), was previously owned by a man who came from Greece to America in the early decades of the twentieth century. After he died, the manuscript was purchased by a rare book and manuscript store in Pennsylvania. It was then purchased in 2005 by CSNTM. Read more [PDF]
Lectionary 2276 is a 13th–14th century manuscript of the Greek New Testament. It is owned by the Institutfür neutestamentliche Textforschung (the Institute for New Testament Textual Research) in Münster, Germany. Read more [PDF]
Codex 676 is a beautifully produced Greek New Testament manuscript, handwritten in the 13th century. The photograph is of the apostle John, as he is sitting in the “Cave of the Apocalypse”on the island of Patmos, Greece. This is the traditional site where John wrote both the Gospel of John and the book of Revelation. Read more [PDF]
Saint Paul Icon
Ephesus is one of the best-preserved archeological sites in the world. Yet what has been excavated is only the tip of the iceberg. When a team from CSNTM was in Ephesus in 2004, we met a man who had been the chief archeologist of Ephesus for decades. He took us to a recently discovered cave. As one stands in the amphitheater, looking west at the ancient canal, to the left is a hill. A 45- minute walk from the amphitheater up the hill, winding through a narrow, beaten path, leads you to a cave that does not come into view until you are almost on top of it. Read more [PDF]