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farfel_n01_010_007

Coverdale's Bible 1539 edition painted in England by James
Nicholson ([illegible]) 1st edition of the whole English Bible
to be printed in England
1st translation of the Bible as a whole into English was made
by the follow as of John Wyolif around 1380-3.
Tyndale New Testament issued by Peter Schoeffer of
[illegible] in 1525 n 6.
1st English Bible was to be published 1535 Miles Coverdale
(?) printed at Colonge [illegible] [illegible] by Cavkion + Soter.
Matthew Bible printed [illegible] of Antwep
text made [illegible] the work of Tyndale + Coverdale
edited by John Rogers
[illegible] Bible 1539 sponsored by Cromwell
Bishops' Bible printed by Richard [?Juyge?] 1568 black litter
also printed the 1st book on [?Obslehius?] in English
"The birth of mankynde, other wise [illegible] the womans
booke" by the physician Thomas Raynalde (1540)
Geneva Bible [illegible] 1st English Bible to be printed
in Roman type rather then black Teller.
division of the Scripture into verses
Gutenberg Bible Vulgate Translation 290 different characters
Bender [?Rane?] Bibles [?Rungball?] Peter 29990 R93 1954 (a listing)
The Septuagent ([inserted] called [end insterted] in Latin) the [?new?] Greeks Script was
[illegible] was its [?home?] from [?Aristoeas's?] [inserted] of Alexandria [end inserted] romantic story
after his fictional 22 scholars 'The Twenty'
[inserted] The Septuagent [end inserted] the 1st Greek Translation of the Old Testament (from Hebrew)
1st part of New Testament to be written Paul's [?Epistlo?] to the
Theodosians written in AD 51 about 18 [?was?] after Jesus's death.
Aramaic ([?the?] language of the Persian empire) "targums
5th C Bible translated into Armenian + in the [?loth?] Arabic
All fragments from [illegible] the Time of St. Jerome + his
Vulgate [inserted] "the book of the people" [end inserted] translation are called Vetus Latina
commisioned in 382 by Pope Damasus
[?believed?] the basis of all Bible studies in The Middle Ages
1546 Council of Trent declared it to be the authorized Bible of [insterted] the Catholic Church [end inserted]

farfel_n01_010_007

Coverdale's Bible 1539 edition painted in England by James
Nicholson ([illegible]) 1st edition of the whole English Bible
to be printed in England
1st translation of the Bible as a whole into English was made
by the follow as of John Wyolif around 1380-3.
Tyndale New Testament issued by Peter Schoeffer of
[illegible] in 1525 n 6.
1st English Bible was to be published 1535 Miles Coverdale
(?) printed at Colonge [illegible] [illegible] by Cavkion + Soter.
Matthew Bible printed [illegible] of Antwep
text made [illegible] the work of Tyndale + Coverdale
edited by John Rogers
[illegible] Bible 1539 sponsored by Cromwell
Bishops' Bible printed by Richard [?Juyge?] 1568 black litter
also printed the 1st book on [?Obslehius?] in English
"The birth of mankynde, other wise [illegible] the womans
booke" by the physician Thomas Raynalde (1540)
Geneva Bible [illegible] 1st English Bible to be printed
in Roman type rather then black Teller.
division of the Scripture into verses
Gutenberg Bible Vulgate Translation 290 different characters
Bender [?Rane?] Bibles [?Rungball?] Peter 29990 R93 1954 (a listing)
The Septuagent ([inserted] called [end insterted] in Latin) the [?new?] Greeks Script was
[illegible] was its [?home?] from [?Aristoeas's?] [inserted] of Alexandria [end inserted] romantic story
after his fictional 22 scholars 'The Twenty'
[inserted] The Septuagent [end inserted] the 1st Greek Translation of the Old Testament (from Hebrew)
1st part of New Testament to be written Paul's [?Epistlo?] to the
Theodosians written in AD 51 about 18 [?was?] after Jesus's death.
Aramaic ([?the?] language of the Persian empire) "targums
5th C Bible translated into Armenian + in the [?loth?] Arabic
All fragments from [illegible] the Time of St. Jerome + his
Vulgate [inserted] "the book of the people" [end inserted] translation are called Vetus Latina
commisioned in 382 by Pope Damasus
[?believed?] the basis of all Bible studies in The Middle Ages
1546 Council of Trent declared it to be the authorized Bible of [insterted] the Catholic Church [end inserted]