Dr Hugh Houghton and Dr Damaris Romero Gonzales of ITSEE recently located microfilms of complete images of an important manuscript of the Latin Bible, Codex Complutensis I, which suffered major damage in 1936 during the Spanish Civil War. The microfilm, held at the Hill Museum and Manuscript Library, has been digitised and it is hoped soon to make the images of this virtual manuscript available through the Virtual Manuscript Room in Birmingham. A full set of pictures of the manuscript in its current state is available on the Universty of Madrid Biblioteca Complutense website.
For news reports of this discovery, see:
Rediscovering an ancient text in Collegeville (medievalists.net)
Lost medieval bibles found at Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (St Cloud Times)
Friday, August 06, 2010
ITSEE: News reports a scoop. That report in full: