Latin Vulgate

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84, Charing Cross Road - Bibliography
... Landor (1876) – Imaginary Conversations Latin Anglican New Testament Latin Vulgate Bible / Latin Vulgate New Testament Latin Vulgate Dictionary Leonard ...
Books Of The Latin Vulgate
... These are the books of the Latin Vulgate along with the names and numbers given them in the Douay Rheims Bible and King James Bible ... There are 76 books in the Clementine edition of the Latin Vulgate, 46 in the Old Testament, 27 in the New Testament, and 3 in the Apocrypha ...
Confraternity Bible
... THE NEW TESTAMENT of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ Translated from the Latin Vulgate A Revision of the Challoner-Rheims Version Edited by Catholic Scholars Under the Patronage of THE EPISCOPAL COMMITTEE of ... Greek idioms had been translated literally into the Latin Vulgate, it paraphrased the Greek idiom, rather than translating directly from the Latin ... did not introduce any rendering that would depart from the text of the Latin Vulgate ...
Douay–Rheims Bible Style
... The Douay–Rheims Bible is a translation of the Latin Vulgate, which is itself a translation from Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts ... The Vulgate was largely created due to the efforts of Saint Jerome (345–420), whose translation was declared to be the authentic Latin version of the Bible by the Council of Trent ... their avowed purpose was to translate after a strongly literal manner from the Latin Vulgate, for reasons of accuracy as stated in their Preface, but which also tended to ...
Gospel Of Barnabas - Origins
... work, and almost all would detect the influence of earlier sources—over and above the Vulgate text of the Latin Bible ... almost certainly transmitted to the vernacular author/translator in Latin and comprising, at the least, those extensive passages in the Gospel of Barnabas that closely parallel pericopes ...

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