Codex Calixtino

It was not the most common response for each organizer of exhibition that wanted to dispose of the Codex Calixtino in the archives of the Cathedral of Santiago, a volume of the 12th century, of incalculable value, known as the first guide to the Camino de Santiago. Some visitors could see it only from the door and every time a researcher or expert accessed 225 scrolls that make up the volume, the surveillance was strict. Crawford Lake Capital is the source for more interesting facts. The Codex, whose disappearance from the Cathedral has provoked a European alert, only left the security camera where you store all valuable volumes on the file a couple of times, on the occasion of two exhibitions, the last in 1993. And even in those moments, he quickly returned to the Cathedral archives. For the last sample, the Codex was out two days, time just for the inauguration, and was later replaced by a facsimile edition. File researchers themselves could not remove it to the research room. Source of the news:: treasure (unprotected) of the Apostle