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Worlds oldest Bible to be on display at British Museum. Heres a sneak peek
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If youre a fan of ancient artifacts or the Bible, you may want to book a flight to Britain, as the Codex Sinaiticus, the worlds oldest copy of the bible, will be on display in the British Museum in the coming months, according to The Guardian.

The British Museum will include the Codex Sinaiticus in its upcoming exhibition that explores 1,200 years of Egyptian history after the fall of the pharaohs, which includes periods of Christianity, Islam and Judaism, according to The Guardian.

The book will be on loan from the British Library, where it currently resides. The Codex Sinaiticus was in the British Museum once before in 1990, when the British Library and British Museum were in the same building, according to The Guardian.

It is quite phenomenal they they are able to lend it to us, Elisabeth OConnell, assistant keeper in the British Museum, told The Guardian. We are absolutely thrilled.
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