|Bridge of Sighs.|
|Mr T. Rex, the Pitt Rivers Museum.|
|All Soul's College.|
|Outside Christ Church College on Sunday, the queue is unbelievable!|
|The 'Harry Potter Hall', Christ Church College.|
Of further note is a building called the Bodleian Library, a grand building yes, but inside was one of the more interesting displays on the making of the King James Bible, one of the first fully-translated English-language bibles (after two others I think) first published in 1611. It was translated and put together by many literary men here in Oxford over many years leading to its publication. The display showed different translations, the history, even a note about the 'Wicked' version of the bible printed many a century ago now. Why was it wicked? Instead of the Seventh Commandment reading: 'Thou shalt not commit adultery', the printers omitted the 'not'. Needless to say, scandel ensued!
|Interior courtyard view of the Bodleian Library.|