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A codex is a book bound in the modern manner, by joining pages, as opposed to a rolled scroll.
Codex may also refer to:
In entertainment and mediaEdit
- Codex (Warhammer 40,000), a rules supplement to the tabletop wargame
- Codex (novel), by Lev Grossman (2005)
- The Codex (novel), by Douglas Preston (2004)
- "Codex", song by Pere Ubu from Dub Housing
- "Codex", song by Radiohead from The King of Limbs
- Codex (TV series), a UK quiz show
- Codex, a fictional character from the web series The Guild
- Codex : card-time strategy, a card game by David Sirlin (2016)
- Codex Iuris Canonici, the Code of Canon Law
- Codex (horse) (1977–1984), American racehorse, Preakness Stakes winner
- CODEX, a proposed instrument for the European Extremely Large Telescope
- Codex Alimentarius, a collection of internationally recognized standards relating to food
- CodeX, the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics, an interdisciplinary research center at Stanford University
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