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Kahle* and provide evidence of masoretic transmission several centuries earlier than anything previously available. Cambridge, England. , including Codex Bezae* and some mss. from the Cairo Geniza* in the University Library, and a copy of the first edition of the Great Bible* in St John's College. 38 A Dictionary of the English Bible and its Origins Cambridge Paragraph Bible, 1873. A. Scrivener*, with the text in paragraphs and the verse numbers in the margin, taking into account the whole history of the text and what the printers had done to it over 200 years.
He that hath ears to ear [hear], let him hear. (Mt. 15) The Unrighteous Bible. Know ye not that the unrighteous shall inherit [not inherit] the kingdom of God. (1 Cor. 9) The Murderers' Bibles*. 27 and another of 1801 has These are murderers [murmurers]' in Jude 16. print, promote and distribute the Bible at home and abroad. An interdenominational organization whose Board consisted of 36 lay people, including 15 Anglicans, 15 from other churches and 6 from overseas. Responsible for translating the Bible into many languages.
Fragments were discovered dating from as early as the sixth century CE. Many more, found earlier, had been removed to Leningrad in 1870. These newly found ones, divided between Cambridge University Library, the British Library, the Bodleian Library, Oxford and the John Rylands Library in Manchester*, were studied initially by PE. Kahle* and provide evidence of masoretic transmission several centuries earlier than anything previously available. Cambridge, England. , including Codex Bezae* and some mss.
A Dictionary of the English Bible and its Origins by Alec Gilmore