Bodmer Psalms Key Ring
This key ring showcases an image of the first surviving leaf of the Bodmer manuscript, which includes Psalm 19. This page is displayed in the museum's entryway: “The heavens are declaring the glory of God ...”
This papyrus codex originally contained approximately 84 leaves (168 pages) of an ancient Psalter. More than half of the codex survives, preserving most of Psalms 17:45-118:44 in Greek (18:44-119:44 in most English versions). All 49 surviving leaves (98 pages) are in Museum of the Bible’s collection. The text was written by two different scribes whose handwriting differed noticeably in size, so the amount of text varies from 33 to 44 lines per page. This manuscript takes its name from Martin Bodmer, a Swiss collector, who purchased the manuscript in the 1950s.
Size and Construction
The Bodmer Psalms Key Ring measures 5" × 1.5" × .25" and weighs 1.73 oz. It is made of steel with gunmetal plating.
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