Some of the oldest surviving biblical manuscripts are on display in Dublin.
The texts, which caused a global sensation in 1931 when they were bought by Sir Alfred Chester Beatty, contain both Old and New Testament books and date from 200 to 400AD.
And as Easter approaches, the library named in the collector's honour is showing St Paul's Letter To The Corinthians, which recounts how Jesus Christ died, was buried and rose again.
Jill Unkel, curator of the Western Collection at the Chester Beatty Library, said: "It's a very, very significant collection.
"It's the earliest collection of Pauline epistles on book. There are surviving fragments dated earlier but it's the earliest known collection.
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