The Vatican Library, VAT. GR. 1209 by Bruce Zuckerman

Famous For Their Completeness, as well as their antiquity—fourth and fifth centuries A.D.—the beautifully preserved manuscripts called Vaticanus, Sinaiticus and Alexandrinus contain substantial portions of the Septuagint and the New Testament.

The pages appearing here are Codex Vaticanus (shown here, compare with next two photos), Ecclesiastes 4:3–5:2; Codex Alexandrinus (see photo of Codex Alexandrinus), the first page of the Book of Amos; and Codex Sinaiticus (see photo of Codex Sinaiticus), Esdras B 14:1–15:5 (= MT Nehemiah 4:1–5:5; in the LXX the books of Ezra and Nehemiah are combined into one book called Esdras B). All three codices are written in a stately uncial script, a curved form of capital letters.