Sinaiticus New Testament
This is a copy of the New Testament: Codex Sinaiticus. It has been translated from the Sinaitic Manuscript that was discovered by Constantine Tischendorf at the monastery in Mt. Sinai. This version was translated by H. T. Anderson in 1861) Including The Shepherd of Hermas and The Epistle of Barnabas. This work in in the public domain work, it has been formatted for this web version by Street Witnessing Ministries, if used as reference, please attribute back to our site.
The Sinaiticus has been dated to the 4th century a.d. when it was discovered, it contained the Septuagint version of the Old Testament and all the books of the New Testament plus three additional. It was used extensively by early Christians of the first few centuries.