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farfel_n01_011_007

Polyglots, Interliners, & Parallel-Colun Versions
1) earliest Polyglot of every part of Bible. 1516. folio (Genoa)
2) Cardinal Ximenes' Complutensian Polyglot 1502-1522 (1514-17)
3) Tremelius' Polyglot (N.T.) 1569
5) The Heidelberg Triglot 1586-87
6) Hamburg Polyglot 1596 - 2 volume folio painted at
Hamburg by Jacobus Lucius Juni. Contains the
whole Bible in the LXX version, the Vulgate, the Latin
version of Payninue, & Luther's German. It is the
earliest illustrated Polyglot Bible.
7) Hutter's 12 language Polyglot 1591 (Nuremberg)
8) Geneva Triglot 1628
9) Le Jay's Paris Polyglot 1645
*10) Walton's London " 1655-1657
11) 5 version German Bible 1710-1712 (Hamberg)
12 The English Hexapla. 1841
Vulgate - as contrasted with newer Latin texts such as Erasmus, Beza, Pagninus +
Castalio Theodore de Beza, the greatest biblical scholar of his day - Latin
New Testament of 1557/6. (1519-1605) Bible N. T. Greek 1589 - earliest edition 1565
- became Calvin's coadjutor + successor at Geneva.
Gothic Bible of Wulfila finished in 380. 1st appearance of the
Bible in a country cut off from the Mediteranean basin
Bible manuscripts - oldest known
Codex Vaticanus - 350 AD - in Greek
Codex Alexandrinus - 1st half of 5th C - in Greek
Codex Ephraemi - 5th Cent - in Greek
Codex Simaiticus - 4th C A.D. best + most reliable text
of New Testament (Tuschendorf)
Dead Sea Scrolls - Isaiah manuscript (Aramaic) 100 B.C.

farfel_n01_011_007

Polyglots, Interliners, & Parallel-Colun Versions
1) earliest Polyglot of every part of Bible. 1516. folio (Genoa)
2) Cardinal Ximenes' Complutensian Polyglot 1502-1522 (1514-17)
3) Tremelius' Polyglot (N.T.) 1569
5) The Heidelberg Triglot 1586-87
6) Hamburg Polyglot 1596 - 2 volume folio painted at
Hamburg by Jacobus Lucius Juni. Contains the
whole Bible in the LXX version, the Vulgate, the Latin
version of Payninue, & Luther's German. It is the
earliest illustrated Polyglot Bible.
7) Hutter's 12 language Polyglot 1591 (Nuremberg)
8) Geneva Triglot 1628
9) Le Jay's Paris Polyglot 1645
*10) Walton's Longon " 1655-1657
11) 5 version German Bible 1710-1712 (Hamberg)
12 The English Hexapla. 1841
Vulgate - as contrasted with newer Latin texts such as Encsmus, Baza, Pagninus +
Castalio Theodore de Beza, the greatest biblical scholar of his day - Latin
New Testament of 1557/6. (1519-1605) Bible N. T. Greek 1589 - earliest edition 1565
- became Calvin's coadjutor + successor at Geneva.
Gothic Bible of Wulfila finished in 380. 1st appearance of the
Bible in a country cut off from the Mediteranean basin
Bible manuscripts - oldest known
Codex Vaticanus - 350 AD - in Greek
Codex Alexandrinus - 1st half of 5th C - in Greek
Codex Ephraemi - 5th Cent - in Greek
Codex Simaiticus - 4th C A.D. best + most reliable text
of New Testament (Tuschendorf)
Dead Sea Scrolls - Isaiah manuscript (Aramaic) 100 B.C.