Exploring Greek Manuscripts in the Library at Wellcome Collection in London 2020
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Abstract: The Library at Wellcome Collection houses nearly 9,000 manuscripts in about twenty-five different languages, such as Greek, Latin, Arabic, Armenian, Ethiopic, Persian, Sanskrit, Malay, Mongolian, Tibetan, and Korean, dating from antiquity to the modern period. 1 The Greek collection is one of the smallest, comprising a few papyri fragments and sixteen manuscripts, including some extraordinary examples. Among the papyri is the so-called Johnson Papyrus, one of the earliest surviving fragments from an illustrat… Show more

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