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The oldest complete copy of the Old Testament is the Codex Leningradensis, dated about 1010 CE. Another mostly complete copy is the Septuagint, which is a Greek translation from about 247 to 117 BCE. Then The Masoretic Texts are dated circa 500-1000 CE.

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Yes, that is correct. (The Aleppo Codex is older, but it's missing several parts since 1947).

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Q: Is the oldest complete copy of the Hebrew Bible a manuscript called the Leningrad Codex which was written around 1000 CE?
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