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The Codex Alimentarius Commission has approved an international standard for the feed ingredient ractopamine, setting the stage for more countries to accept pork from the United States that was produced using the feed.
Stephen Labaton's review of Matti Friedman's The Aleppo Codex in the May/June issue of Moment is good, but Labaton is obviously unaware--as Friedman was not--of the fascinating history of the Aleppo Codex in the four centuries before it came into the hands of the Aleppo Rabbinic Jews.
LONDON, May 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- BMC Group, a leading global provider of financial, legal, and corporate information management services, announces a strategic partnership with Codex Global as a value-added service to SmartRoom (TM), an award-winning powerful cloud-based deal management solution for secure document exchange.
Bauer The Search for the Codex Cardona: On the Trail of a Sixteenth-Century Mexican Treasure Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2009, xiv + 182 pp.
According to a report in The Independent, Nikolas Sarris, a Greek student conservator, spotted a previously unseen section of the Codex Sinaiticus, which dates from about 350 AD, as he was trawling through photographs of manuscripts in the library of St Catherine's Monastery in Egypt.
Almost 800 pages of the 1,600-year-old Codex Sinaiticus, written in the fourth century on animal skin, have been pieced together and published as digital images online after a four-year collaboration between institutions in Britain, Germany, Egypt and Russia.
9789251058800 Codex Alimentarius Commission; procedural manual, 17th ed.
There are even manuscripts with Aztec history and myth painted by Aztec artists, like the Codex Borgia.