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  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222206.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222207.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222208.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222209.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222210.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222211.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222212.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222213.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222214.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222215.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222216.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222217.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222218.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222219.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222220.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222221.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222222.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222223.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222224.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222225.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222226.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222227.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222228.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222229.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Refugees in the jungle of Calais
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0217504.jpg
    View of the Eritrean Orthodox Church in the morning mist of the Calais Jungle. 1st day of the dismantling of the slum. October 20, 2016. Calais. France.
  • Refugees in the jungle of Calais
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0217520.jpg
    Members of the Eritrean church pray before the Church of the Jungle Camp before it is destroyed on the fifth day of the slum dismantling. The church was one of the few buildings that had been spared from the first dismantling in March. October 28, 2016. Calais. France.
  • Refugees in the jungle of Calais
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0217521.jpg
    On the last day of the dismantling of the camp, men pack icons of the Eritrean Orthodox Church. Calais, France. October 2016.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210080.jpg
    Sainte-Catherine Monastery, built at the feet of Mount-Sinai where Moses would have had the 10 Commandments revealed, and where the supposedly Burning Bush is still present. About 25 Greek Orthodox monks are living isolated in the monastery nowadays.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210057.jpg
    Sainte-Catherine Monastery, built at the feet of Mount-Sinai where Moses would have had the 10 Commandments revealed, and where the supposedly Burning Bush is still present. About 25 Greek Orthodox monks are living isolated in the monastery nowadays.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210079.jpg
    Sainte-Catherine Monastery, built at the feet of Mount-Sinai where Moses would have had the 10 Commandments revealed, and where the supposedly Burning Bush is still present. About 25 Greek Orthodox monks are living isolated in the monastery nowadays.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210020.jpg
    On of the entrances to the Monastery Saint-Catherine, in the Sinai in Egypt. On the wall, the inscription "Allah" ("God" in arabic) and a greek orthodox cross can be seen.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210058.jpg
    Bedouins take a break in front of the monastery. Since centuries, bedouins and monks have cohabited, while they help each other in complementary tasks - camel rides for the tourists, bread making, protection, etc.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210059.jpg
    Outside of Saint-Catherine's monastery, an edifice erected in the 5th century at 1500m of altitude in the Sinai in Egypt.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210060.jpg
    Transfiguration Church in Saint_Catherine Monastery in the Sinai in Egypt. Two relics of Saint-Catherine - her head and left hand- can be found there.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210061.jpg
    The Burning Bush, present in the Bible during God's revelation to Moses, in the courtyard of the Saint-Catherine Monastery in the Sinai, in Egypt. The monastery is therefore a high place of pilgrimage despite the terroriste threat of the region.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210077.jpg
    Transfiguration Church in Saint_Catherine Monastery in the Sinai in Egypt. Two relics of Saint-Catherine - her head and left hand- can be found there.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210078.jpg
    The Transfiguration mosaic, in the church of the transfiguration in Saint-Catherine Monastery, is one of the most remarkable byzantin mosaic. From the 6th century, it is the oldest mosaic among all oriental churches.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210081.jpg


    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210021.jpg
    Entrance to the Saint-Catherine Monastery's library where more than 3500 ancient manuscripts from the 4th century to today, in 13 different languages, are hold. Classified as World Heritage by the UNESCO, it's the second library ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican's one.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210045.jpg
    A small street of Saint-Catherine's monastery, an edifice erected in the 5th century at 1500m of altitude in the Sinai in Egypt.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210022.jpg
    Father Justin, the monk taking care of Saint-Catherine Monastery's library where more than 3500 ancient manuscripts from the 4th century to today, in 13 different languages.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210023.jpg


    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210024.jpg
    Ancient manuscripts from the Saint-Catherine Monastery's library, in the Sinai in Egypt.
    These manuscripts, dating from the 9th century for most, will be digitised and put online thanks to a grant by the Arcadia Foundation for the preservation of these manuscripts.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210025.jpg
    Ancient manuscripts from the Saint-Catherine Monastery's library, in the Sinai in Egypt.
    These manuscripts, dating from the 9th century for most, will be digitised and put online thanks to a grant by the Arcadia Foundation for the preservation of these manuscripts.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210026.jpg
    Father Justin observing the state of an ancient manuscript from the 10th century inSaint-Catherine Monastery's Library.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210027.jpg
    Father Justin observing the state of an ancient manuscript from the 10th century inSaint-Catherine Monastery's Library.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210028.jpg
    Ancient manuscripts from the Saint-Catherine Monastery's library, in the Sinai in Egypt.
    These manuscripts, dating from the 9th century for most, will be digitised and put online thanks to a grant by the Arcadia Foundation for the preservation of these manuscripts.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210051.jpg
    Portrait of father Justin, the monk taking care of the manuscripts and the library in Saint-Catherine Monastery.
    Texan by origins, he also masters the high technology tools that allows him to digitise ancient manuscripts that are being preserved currently in the monastery.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210052.jpg
    Portrait of father Justin, the monk taking care of the manuscripts and the library in Saint-Catherine Monastery.
    Texan by origins, he also masters the high technology tools that allows him to digitise ancient manuscripts that are being preserved currently in the monastery.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210069.jpg
    Portrait of father Justin, the monk taking care of the manuscripts and the library in Saint-Catherine Monastery.
    Texan by origins, he also masters the high technology tools that allows him to digitise ancient manuscripts that are being preserved currently in the monastery.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210070.jpg
    Portrait of father Justin, the monk taking care of the manuscripts and the library in Saint-Catherine Monastery.
    Texan by origins, he also masters the high technology tools that allows him to digitise ancient manuscripts that are being preserved currently in the monastery.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210071.jpg
    Portrait of father Justin, the monk taking care of the manuscripts and the library in Saint-Catherine Monastery.
    Texan by origins, he also masters the high technology tools that allows him to digitise ancient manuscripts that are being preserved currently in the monastery.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210062.jpg
    Father Justin reveals some of the most beautiful of the library's ancient manuscripts to members of the Saint-Catherine Foundation, that allowed the renovation of the library in 2018 thanks to an important donation.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210063.jpg
    Ancient manuscripts from the Saint-Catherine Monastery's library, in the Sinai in Egypt.
    These manuscripts, dating from the 9th century for most, will be digitised and put online thanks to a grant by the Arcadia Foundation for the preservation of these manuscripts.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210064.jpg
    Ancient manuscripts from the Saint-Catherine Monastery's library, in the Sinai in Egypt.
    These manuscripts, dating from the 9th century for most, will be digitised and put online thanks to a grant by the Arcadia Foundation for the preservation of these manuscripts.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210065.jpg
    Father Justin reveals some of the most beautiful of the library's ancient manuscripts to members of the Saint-Catherine Foundation, that allowed the renovation of the library in 2018 thanks to an important donation.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210066.jpg
    Ancient manuscripts from the Saint-Catherine Monastery's library, in the Sinai in Egypt.
    These manuscripts, dating from the 9th century for most, will be digitised and put online thanks to a grant by the Arcadia Foundation for the preservation of these manuscripts.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210067.jpg
    The monastery's library is slowly putting in place new boxes to conserve the ancient manuscripts. Each box is tailor-made, and created to preserve the manuscript from dust, vibrations or falls, and it allows the book to rest on its cover.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210068.jpg
    Ancient manuscripts from the Saint-Catherine Monastery's library, in the Sinai in Egypt.
    These manuscripts, dating from the 9th century for most, will be digitised and put online thanks to a grant by the Arcadia Foundation for the preservation of these manuscripts.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
  • Saint-Catherine goes digital
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0210072.jpg
    Ancient Manuscripts, some as old as the 5th century, are exhibited in the Library's Museum of Saint-Catherine Monastery.

    Built in the 6th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Egypt, houses the second largest library of ancient manuscripts in the world after the Vatican. Containing some 3500 rare treasures including 4th century New Testament manuscripts, the UNESCO World Heritage Library contains unique and unparalleled testimony to Christian history, along with priceless religious icons. Byzantine mosaics and millennial relics.
    It is in 2018 that the monks of the monasteries, UCLA American University and EMEL (Early
    Manuscripts Electronic Library) begin a vast digitization and restoration project of approximately
    1100 manuscripts in Syriac and Arabic language to keep a copy of these treasures and thus preserve them, as well as make them accessible to all on the internet.
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