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Syriac Peshitta of the Pentateuch, 464 C.E., the second-oldest dated manuscript of Bible text

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Romans 7:23-8:7, in a Peshitta manuscript Sinai Syriac MS 3 (Schoyen MS 2530), from the 500's.

 

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Codex Ambrosianus - 5th Century Ambrosian Library, Milan, Italy.

 

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An eighth century manuscript of the Harklean version of the Gospels, with some missing text supplied in a fifteenth century hand from Mingana Collection (Syriac 124)

 

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Shoyen Collection 2080 manuscript in Syriac on vellum, Eastern Syria, late 9th to 10th century

 

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The Khabouris Codex (alternate spelling Khaboris, Khaburis) is a late Syriac manuscript of the NT dated to the 12th century. It is an eastern version of the Peshitta.

 

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A West Syrian manuscript from about 1300. Contains the Gospels according to the Harklean version from Mingana Collection (Syriac 10)

 

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An East Syrian manuscript from the seventeenth century (dated 1613). Contains an important text of the Peshitta version of the New Testament and other religious texts.

 

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