As others have said, this is one of the most important places to visit in all of Dublin, in fact, in all of Europe. My wife and I came to Dublin specifically to see the ancient New Testament papyrus documents here, and we were not disappointed. Fine samples are well displayed with good explanations. There were a couple of typographical errors in the displays ( "lead to" instead of "led to" in one) but, on the whole, very discerning and articulate about the importance of these second century artifacts. We have seen the Bodmer museum near Geneva and have been to see the fragment at the John Rylands Library in Manchester (as well as the Sinaiticus and Alexandrinus mss at the British Museum, and the exhibit in the Chester Beatty is as good or better than the others.
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