The five-year SNFS MARK16 project ends this week, and as PI of this project, I am proud to conclude it with an amazing news: thanks to some time of devleopment left, we have been able to build a virtual research environment to welcome the 192 images of the Codex Bobbiensis, in open access, as announced from today on the website of the Torino library: https://bnuto.cultura.gov.it/biblioteca-digitale/manoscritti/
G.VII.15 or VL 1 is now available for scholars and research. I prepared a model of diplomatic edition for the f. 41r. If you are working about the Codex Bobbiensis and would like to participate to this diplomatic edition, do not hesitate to join me (firstname.lastname@example.org). It is available on: https://bobbiensis.sib.swiss
All my gratitude goes to the Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria di Torino, to my collaborators Silvano Aldà and Elisa Nury, and to the Swiss National Science Foundation, as explained in the About page. The Codex Bobbiensis (VL 1) is one of the most ancient Latin exemplars of Mark and Matthew, and is a crucial witness for the textual criticism of the New Testament, as explained in the VL 1 presentation page.