On December 1, 2015, I published the following post on Book Riot.
12 Things You Should Know about the Silver Bible
The Silver Bible, or Codex Argenteus, was created in Italy in the early sixth century. Soon after its creation the book went missing. One thousand years later, it resurfaced in Germany. The story of the Silver Bible is a remarkable one that involves war, theft, unpaid librarians, book collectors, kings, emperors, and queens. On top of all this, the Silver Bible provides insight to the culture and language of one of the most enigmatic ancient peoples, the Goths.
Here are twelve things you should know about the Silver Bible.
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In the words of my friend, the Australian, I shall return.
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