The Devil’s Bible

The Devil’s Bible in 624 pages weighs 75 kilograms, the size of its wooden covers is 92 by 50 centimeters, 160 donkeys left to make the book.

The Bible was created at the turn of the twelfth and thirteenth century by a certain monk, who in her writing was allegedly helped by the devil (hence the name of the manuscript). According to legend, a monk, to atone for his sins, promised to write a book in one night. When the monk realized that it was impossible to do this, he asked for help from the devil.

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