Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Which one is from Codex Vaticanus?
I found the first one on a video about 666 trying to link it to Muslims.
I found the second one on a wikipedian article on Codex Vaticanus.
It is very possible that Codex Vaticanus is a very early one, and is from 350 AD, it is according to wikipedian article from 4th C.
It is NOT very probable that Chi - Xi - Stigma look as above version in it, since the type of letters only came around much later, Codex Vaticanus being an Uncial Codex and the above version being a minuscule lettering and the succession of Greek writings being, as for Latin, Majuscule, Uncial and Minuscule.
How exactly do Chi and Xi look in Uncial?
Found in Antiquity : How to write Greek Uncial
Posted on March 31, 2014 by Carla Schodde
In the video, there are no ligatures, just the alphabet. Stigma is lacking.
However, since Omicron is directly after Xi and Omega after Chi and Psi, here are the Greek letters for 60 and for 600:
Especially the Uncial Xi is not very like the Minuscule which can be turned around for relooking like Arabic letters, is it?
And the Minuscule is not from Late Antiquity, but from Middle Ages./HGL
PS, found Uncial version of Stigma on French wiki: