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Checking out bookwyrm and this instance sounds perfect for me πŸ˜… I'll be reading a bunch of witchy pagan animist stuff, technical systems administration, and other stuff

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Craig A. Evans, Bart D. Ehrman, Rodolphe Kasser, Marvin Meyer, Gregor Wurst, Gesine Schenke Robinson: The Gospel of Judas (2008, National Geographic) No rating

Updates translation of the Gospel of Judas, discovered in 1970 and published in 2006.

I have now finished reading the actual Gospel of Judas, let the reading of the analysis begin! I have a feeling this may lead me to pick up some other similarly translated and annotated Gospels according to the other disciples. It's interesting to me both that this is the first Christian source text I've read, and it actively warns me away from the other disciples only a few generations after the events recorded. Interesting implications, looking forward to the analysis

Deborah E. Harkness, Raymond Clemens: The Voynich Manuscript (Hardcover, 2016, Deborah E Harkness Raymond Clemens, Yale University Press) 5 stars

Content warning Technical breakdown of the Voynich manuscript