- ENIGMELE ISTORIEI: Codex Gigas, cel mai mare manuscris și, probabil, cel mai controversat din lume | Este acesta
- Povestea din spatele Codex Gigas ( „codexul gigant”), este că a fost opera unui singur călugăr care a fost condamnat la moarte prin zidirea sa în zidurile mănăstirii.
- Il più grande manoscritto del Medioevo: Codex Gigas
- Il fascino delle scritture antiche: Il più grande manoscritto del medioevo al mondo: il Codex Gigas, un codice miniato di enormi dimensioni, noto anche come Bibbia del Diavolo, per la famosa illustrazione del demonio. Ed è possibile consultarlo online ...
- Codex Gigas, or Devil's Bible, with colour image of Devil drawn by Lucifer
- The Codex Gigas, or the Devil's Bible, is today located at the National Library in Stockholm. It is thought to have been created in the early 13th century in the Benedictine monastery of Podlažice in Bohemia, which today is the Czech Republic.
- Inside the mysterious Codex Gigas, or Devil's Bible
- The Codex Gigas is the largest surviving medieval manuscript in the world. Inside is a menacing full-page colour image of the Devil, leading many to believe the pages themselves are cursed. Download a movie in SECONDS: Intel shows...
- Object of Intrigue: The Devil's Bible
- One book at the National Library of Sweden stands out among the rest: the Codex Gigas. Bound in wood, consisting of 620 pages that are each nearly three feet long, and weighing in at 165 pounds, it is quite a hefty tome.
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