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With regards to Greek: There are many places you can find manuscripts as is mentioned in the other answers. One not mentioned before and very complete, although you need special perissions to get access to most manuscripts, is Institute for New Testament Textual Research (Institut für Neutestamentliche Textforschung, INTF) BUT the best and easiest way for ...


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Perhaps the biggest textual difference in terms of text size (but not theology) is Jeremiah. The version of Jeremiah we are used to comes from the Masoretic text, but the text in the Septuagint is one eighth shorter! The Dead Sea Scrolls has evidence for a Hebrew version of the Septuagint's text showing that the differences weren't created by its ...


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A lot of universities have high resolution scans of manuscripts that they may let you view. You may have to be a student though but it may be worthwhile to enter into conversations with your local universities Theology departments. There is also museums that house ancient fragments. The John Rylands Museum in Manchester comes to mind. You can check that ...


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As others have said, the original manuscripts no longer exist. But the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts is making an effort to photograph extant Greek manuscripts and make them available for study. Many of the manuscripts are fragments, but some are complete books of the New Testament. The photographs that are available online are high ...


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The original manuscripts are not believed to be in existence any more, and most manuscripts we do have aren't easily accessible. But some important ones can be viewed online: Aleppo Codex Codex Sinaiticus Codex Vaticanus Because there are so many manuscripts, most scholars rely on critical texts: the editors of these texts choose which variations they ...


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Original manuscripts, you can't. The Bible is riddled with alterations that have accrued and been passed down over thousand years. Nobody owns the actual original autographa of the books in the Bible you know of today. Even the oldest manuscripts found are still not original. But still all these copied manuscripts can be studied, and compared. Before you ...



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