Here are some questions to be answered. In looking at this manuscript online I was puzzled to find two different 1 Chronicles listed.
How can this be possible? They state that the one is a duplicate of the other, but it is not an exact duplicate.
They say both are written by the same scribe some 1,700 years ago. How did both copies manage to survive all those years, while at the same time many of the Old Testament books are completely missing?
They were both assigned folio numbers which would have placed them some 96 pages apart in their respective manuscripts.
The one is found in the Leipzig Library in Germany under the title the Codex Friderico-Augustanus, and its clarity is amazing though it is not complete.
The other one is in the hands of St. Catherine’s Monastery, and is a mere strip that looks like it was used as a book marker.
Can anyone explain how this is possible, have I missed something?