Codex of Becs
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Codex of Becs

Codex of Bécs (Vienna Codex) is a collection of the earliest available Hungarian translations of the Bible. It is a part of the Hussite Bible from the 15th century. A third of it is written with bastarda writing. It is located at the National Széchenyi Library, Budapest, Hungary.

Content

Codex includes the translation of the following books: Ruth, Judith, Ester, Second Book of Maccabees, Baruch, Daniel and the Twelve Minor Prophets.

External links

  • BÉCSI-KÓDEX | Magyar Nyelvemlékek [1]
  • Bécsi-kódex - Magyar Katolikus Lexikon [2]
  • Bécsi-kódex - Lexikon :: - Kislexikon [3]
  • The text of the Vienna Codex in its original orthographic form along with its Modern Hungarian counterpart is available and searchable in the Old Hungarian Corpus.

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