Codex

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A Codex is a hand-written book constructed of sheets of paper, vellum or papyrus.

In the ancient world, the Codex was a major achievement in writing and recording events. This was followed by the creation of the printing press.
W List_of_Hebrew_Bible_manuscripts

BOOKS, CHAPTER & VERSE
120 COLLECTIONS
1
Codex Alexandrinus    W
2
Codex Ephraemi    W
3
Codex Sinaiticus    W
4
Codex Vatanicus    W


5 Old Testament - Masorah (20) | 250 BC-300 AD
Codex Hilleli | 600 AD
Codex Muggeh
Codex Orientales 4445 | 820 AD
Codex Cairensis | 895 AD    W
Codex Babylonicus Petropolitanus | 916 AD
Aleppo Codex | 930 AD    W
Codex Leningradensis | 1008 AD    W
Michigan Codex
Damascus Keter    W
Codex Reuchlinanus | 1105 AD
Codex Yerushalmi | 1010 AD
Erfurt Codices
Scroll 2 | 1155 AD
Codex Jericho | 1310 AD
Codex Ezra
Codex Sinai
Codex Sanbuki
Codex Great Mahzor
Ben Asher
6 Old Testament - New Discoveries (9) | 250 BC-300 AD
Nash Papyrus | 100 BC    W
Cairo Geniza | 300 AD    W
Dead Sea Scrolls | 250 BC-70 AD:
Isaiah Scroll    W
Scroll: 4QDeut    W
Scroll: 4Q106    W
Scroll: 4Q107    W
Scroll: 4Q108    W
Scroll: 4Q240    W
Scroll: 6Q6    W
7 New Testament - Old Latin (72)
Codex Vercellensis | 350 AD    W
Codex Curiensis | 450 AD    W
Codex Ardmachanus | 850 AD    W
Codex Aureus | 750 AD    W
Codex Veronensis | 450 AD    W
Codex Budapestiensis | 800 AD    W
Codex Carinthianus | 650 AD    W
Codex Colbertinus | 1200 AD    W
Codex Bezae | 400 AD    W
Codex Claromontanus | 500 AD    W
Codex Demidovianus | 1250 AD    W
Codex Divionensis | 1250 AD    W
Codex Palatinus | 450 AD    W
Codex Laudianus | 550 AD    W
Codex Sangermanensis | 850 AD    W
Codex Brixianus | 550 AD    W
Codex Augiensis | 850 AD    W
Codex Corbiensis | 850 AD    W
Codex Corbeiensis I | 750 AD    W
Codex Corbeiensis II | 450 AD    W
Codex Boernerianus | 850 AD    W
Codex Sangermanensis I | 800 AD    W
Codex Sangermanensis II | 950 AD    W
Codex Gatianum | 750 AD    W
Codex Gigas | 1250 AD    W
Codex Mediolanensis | 1000 AD    W
Codex Guelferbytanus | 550 AD    W
Codex Claromontanus V | 450 AD    W
Codex Floriacensis | 450 AD    W
Codex Hafnianus | 550 AD
Vindobonensis Lat. 1235 | 450 AD    W
Codex Sarzanensis | 550 AD    W
Codex Bobiensis | 400 AD    W
Codex Rehdigeranus | 750 AD    W
Codex Legionensis | 650 AD    W
Fragmentum Rosenthal | 800 AD
Fragmentum Monacense | 450 AD
Book of Mulling | 450 AD    W
Bavarian State Library | 850 AD
Codex Speculum    W
Codex Monza | 950 AD
Codex Sangallensis 48 | 850 AD    W
Codex Sangallensis 1394 | 450 AD    W
Codex Sangallensis 1394 | 650 AD    W
Codex Sangallensis 1395 | 450 AD    W
Codex Sangallensis 60 | ca. 800 AD    W
Codex Sangallensis 51 | 750 AD    W
Codex Perpinianensis | 1150 AD
Heidelberg Library | 650 AD
Codex Philadelphiensis | 1150 AD
Fragmenta Stuttgartensia | 650 AD
Codex Monacensis | 600 AD    W
Codex Monacensis | 650 AD    W
Codex Schlettstadtensis | 700 AD
Frisingensia Fragmenta | 600 AD    W
Codex Usserianus Primus | 600 AD    W
Codex Usserianus II | 800 AD    W
Codex Monacensis | 650 AD    W
Codex Ambrosianus | 700 AD    W
Basel Library | 950 AD
Codex Ambrosianus | 600 AD    W
Codex Bobiensis | 550 AD    W
Fragmentum Sinaiticum | 950 AD
Codex Bernensis | 500 AD    W
Liber Comicus | 850 AD    W
Vindobonensis Lat. 502 | 650 AD    W
Codex Parisiensis | 800 AD    W
Duke Augustus Library | 550 AD
Clementinum | 1400 AD
Codex Waldeccensis | 850 AD    W
Codex Bodleianus | 850 AD
Codex Harleianus | 750 AD
8 New Testament - Jerome (22) | 350-1400 AD
Codex Amiatinus | 716 AD    W
Codex Cavensis | 850 AD    W
Codex Durmachensis | 650 AD    W
Codex Fuldensis | 541 AD    W
Codex Sangermanensis | 850 AD    W
Biblioteca Vallicelliana | 800 AD
Badishche Landesbibliothek | 850 AD
Lectionarium Luxoviense | 700 AD    W
Codex Mediolanensis | 550 AD    W
Bibliotheque Municipale | 450 AD
Codex Reginensis | 750 AD    W
Biblioteca Capitolare | 600 AD
Codex Sangallensis 1395 | 450 AD    W
Codex Sangallensis 2 | 750 AD    W
Codex Sangallensis 70 | 750 AD    W
Codex Sangallensis 907 | 750 AD    W
Codex Toletanus | 950 AD    W
Codex Harleianus | 550 AD
Codex Theodulphianus | 950 AD    W
Codex Legionensis    W
Codex Complutensis I | 927 AD    W
Codex M. p. th. f. 67    W


Due to the quantity of Codex, they are listed above with links to their Wikipedia page for further research

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