Images

The first section has links to websites with individual manuscripts; the second part (further below) has links to websites with images of / links to multiple manuscripts.

Links to websites with individual manuscripts

Images of Mark from Codex Washingtonensis (Freer Gospels) hosted by Beloit College Department of Classics.

Portions of 2 columns (beginning with Heb. 4.2); colour; fair quality; Robert Waltz’s page.

Verso & Recto (James 2.26-3.9); colour; good quality; information; Princeton University.

Verso and Recto (Matt. 26.19-52); colour; excellent quality; detailed information; P.Mich.inv. 1570; Ann Arbor, University of Michigan.

3 sheets verso and recto (Acts 18.27-19.6; 19.12-16); colour; excellent quality; detailed information; P.Mich.inv. 1571; Ann Arbor, University of Michigan.

Verso and recto (John 8.14-22); black and white; fair to poor quality; Dave Washburn, by permission of the Ambrose Swasey Library of Colgate Rochester Divinity School/Crozer Theological Seminary in Rochester, New York.

16 images from 10 fragments (Rom. 1-2, 3, 6, 9); colour but poor quality; Heidelberg, Germany.

Last page of Romans / first page of Hebrews; colour; good quality; University of Michigan; brief information available.

Recto & verso; colour; good quality; information; John Rylands Library.

Verso & Recto (James 2.16-18, 22, 24-25, 3.2-4); colour; good quality; information; Princeton University.

John 1.1ff; colour; fair quality; Timothy Seid.

Three images: John 1.1ff (main link here); John 7.32ff & John 11.31ff; colour; fair quality; Wieland Willker.

Köln Fragments — verso and recto (John 19.8-11, 13-15, 18-20, 23-24); colour; good quality; Universität zu Köln;.

End Luke 24; beginning John 1; colour; fair quality; Timothy Seid.

Matt. 23.30-34, 35-9; colour; high quality; Oxyrhynchus On-Line; P.Oxy. LXIV 4405 and XXXIV 2683.

Verso & Recto; Jude 4-5, 7-8; colour; high quality; P.Oxy. XXXIV 2684; Oxyrhynchus On-Line — part of the “City and Its Texts” Exhibition.

Recto and verso (Matt. 5.13-16, 22-25); colour; good quality; information; Universität zu Köln, Germany.

Recto and verso (Philemon 13-15, 24-25); colour; good quality; information; Universität zu Köln, Germany.

Recto and verso (John 18:36 – 19:7); colour; good quality; information; P. Oxy L 3523; P. Oxy On-line.

Recto and verso (James 3.13-4.4; 4.9-5.1; colour; high quality; information; P.Oxy. LXV 4449; Oxyrhynchus On-Line

Six different fragments; Matthew; colour; high quality; information; P. Oxy LXIV 4401-4406; Oxyrhynchus On-Line — part of the “City and Its Texts” Exhibition. Also on-line individually as part of the main web site (see above for P77).

  • P101
    Recto and verso (Matt. 3.10-12; 3.16-4.3); P.Oxy. LXIV 4401
  • P102
    Recto and verso (Matt. 4.11-12; 4.22-23); P.Oxy. LXIV 4402
  • P103
    Recto and verso (Matt. 13.55-56; 14.3-5); P.Oxy. LXIV 4403
  • P104
    Recto and verso (Matt. 21.34-37; 21.43 & 45?); P.Oxy. LXIV 4404
  • P105
    Recto and Verso (Matt. 27.62-4; 28.2-5) P.Oxy. LXIV 4406

John 1.29-35; colour; high quality; P.Oxy. LXV 4445; Oxyrhynchus On-Line

John 17.1-2, 11; colour; high quality; P.Oxy. LXV 4446; Oxyrhynchus On-Line

John 17.23f; colour; high quality; P.Oxy. LXV 4447; Oxyrhynchus On-Line

John 21.18; colour; high quality; P.Oxy. LXV 4448; Oxyrhynchus On-Line

Verso & Recto; Matthew 10.13-15, 25-27; colour; high quality; P.Oxy. LXVI 4494; Oxyrhynchus On-Line

Verso & Recto; Luke 17.11-13, 22f; colour; high quality; P.Oxy. LXVI 4495; Oxyrhynchus On-Line

Verso & Recto; Acts 26.31f, 27.6f; colour; high quality; P.Oxy. LXVI 4496; Oxyrhynchus On-Line

Verso & Recto; Romans 2.12f, 29; colour; high quality; P.Oxy. LXVI 4497; Oxyrhynchus On-Line

Verso & Recto; Hebrews 1.7-12; colour; high quality; P.Oxy. LXVI 4498; Oxyrhynchus On-Line

“Scattered but extensive portions of the book of Revelation”; colour; high quality; P.Oxy. LXVI 4499; Oxyrhynchus On-Line

Flesh side and hair side; Revelation 11.15-16, 17-18; colour; high quality; Oxyrhynchus On-Line

Verso and recto (Hebrews 2.9-11 and 3.3-6); colour; good quality; information

Gospel fragment, Coptic; colour; good quality; Duke University

Matthew 1.1, Coptic; colour; good quality; Duke University

Recto: Matt. 6.9-13; verso: Psa. 90 LXX; Amulet, Greek; colour; good quality; Duke University

Parchment codex leaf, verso & recto; Matt. 17.20-18.22; Coptic; colour; good quality; Duke University

Two parchment fragments, verso & recto; Mark 16.7 & shorter ending; Luke 22:6 & 22:25; Coptic; colour; good quality; Duke University

Parchment fragment, verso & recto; Acts 21.25 & 21.27-28; Coptic; colour; good quality; Duke University

Gospel of Peter? Verso & recto; colour; high quality; Oxyrhynchus On-Line

Pater with introductory prayer; colour; high quality; Oxyrhynchus On-Line

Large images of the fragment taken from the book by Bell & Skeat; also Papyrus Köln 255; Wieland Willker

The beginning of the Coptic Gospel of Thomas; black & white; Michael Grondin

The last page of the Coptic Gospel of Thomas; black & white; Michael Grondin

Website with images of / links to multiple manuscripts

Note: The first two links below are to two other excellent collections of on-line images of MSS. I am grateful to Rodney Decker and Wieland Willker for some of the links provided below:

By Rodney Decker

By Wieland Willker

Major project hosted by the Religion and Technology Center to make “high quality images and transcriptions of important Bible manuscripts and early printed editions freely available through the Internet”. Already includes Codex Sinaiticus (Tischendorf pseudofacsimile); Codex Vaticanus (description; transcription); Codex Bezae Cantabrigiensis (images); Family 13 (description; collation); Sinaitic Syriac Gospels (description; transcription) and much more.

By Rodney Decker: a list like this one of MSS photographs on the web. I am grateful to Rodney Decker for drawing my attention to several of the links listed above.

By Wieland Willker: another good list of MSS photographs on the web. I am grateful to Wieland Willker for drawing my attention to several of the links listed above.

“The Digitised Manuscripts web pages give access to fully digitised manuscripts held at the British Library, with their descriptions.” There is a useful detailed list (in four parts) of the Biblical manuscripts in this digital collection on the Evangelical Textual Criticism blog: part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4.