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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Tischendorf in 1870
  A portion of the Codex Sinaiticus, containing Esther 2:3-8.
  Tischendorf in 1870

Question 2: ________ 5:4, Pericope adulterae (7:53-8:11) (see Image "John 7:53-8:11"), 16:15, 20:5b-6, 21:25
New TestamentGospel of MatthewGospel of JohnGospel of Mark

Question 3: [53] Kenyon, Gardthausen, Ropes and Jellicoe thought it was written in ________.
SyriaEgyptMoroccoCyprus

Question 4: For most of the New Testament, Codex Sinaiticus is in general agreement with Codex Vaticanus Graecus 1209 and Codex Ephraemi Rescriptus, attesting the ________.
Byzantine text-typeBiblical manuscriptAlexandrian text-typeCodex Alexandrinus

Question 5: From this colophon, the correction is concluded to have been made in ________ in the 6th or 7th centuries.
TzipporiHipposCaesarea MaritimaMount Tabor

Question 6: According to him Origen brought to Caesarea the ________ which was used in this codex, and used by Jerome.
Alexandrian text-typeCodex AlexandrinusCodex VaticanusByzantine text-type

Question 7: He retrieved from the basket 129 leaves in Greek which he identified as coming from a manuscript of the ________.
New TestamentOld TestamentSeptuagintBiblical apocrypha

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  The British Library
  In the 6th or 7th century the codex may have been housed at Caesarea
  Lithography of the Monastery of St. Catherine based on sketches made by archimandrite Porphiryj Uspienski 1857)
  The codex was presented to Alexander II of Russia

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  The codex was presented to Alexander II of Russia
  The Monastery of St. Catherine; lithograph from the album of P. Uspensky
  Tischendorf in 1870

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  The codex was presented to Alexander II of Russia
  Lithography of the Monastery of St. Catherine based on sketches made by archimandrite Porphiryj Uspienski 1857)
  Tischendorf in 1870
















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