A 2,000-year-old copy of the 10 Commandments and other key religious manuscripts have been digitised and put online by the University of Cambridge. The fragile Nash Papyrus, as it is known, is one of the oldest manuscripts containing text from the Hebrew Bible.

Other uploaded pieces include the 10th Century Book of Deer, believed to be the oldest surviving Scottish script. The university said it had now uploaded a total of 25,000 new images online for people to view around the world.

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