Access to the Gutenberg Bible and other ancient manuscripts has just gotten easier.
The Vatican Library and Oxford University's Bodleian Library put the first of 1.5 million pages of their precious manuscripts online Tuesday, bringing their collections to a global audience for the first time.
The two libraries in 2012 announced a four-year project to digitize some of the most important works in their collections of Hebrew manuscripts, Greek manuscripts and early printed books.
Anything to make it easier for scholars to see ancient manuscripts, It is also quite interesting that the Israel Museum is putting up digitized copies of some of the important Dead Sea Scrolls. It makes you want to start studying Hebrew. English would gives me a hard enough time however.