Results for: Vulgate

In Latin to English

Is Vulgate the Latin word for Bible?

The Latin Bible was called the "Biblia Vulgata" or "The Books in the vulgar tongue", commonly known as the Latin Vulgate. The Latin word for bible is "biblia" which literary t (MORE)
In Bible Statistics and History

Who was the scholar who challenged the Vulgate translations?

Desiderius Erasmus (1466?-1534 AD) was an enthusiast of Biblical languages and longed to reproduce them. He met with encouragement from the times, it being the Renaissance and (MORE)
In The Bible

What is meant by the term Septuagint vulgate?

These are two different translations of the Bible. The Greek Septuagint is a Greek translation of the Hebrew text completed around 2 BCE. 400 years later, Jerome's Lati (MORE)
In Bible Statistics and History

Who wrote the Vulgate?

Saint Jerome wrote the Vulgate. Jerome was a Roman Catholic priest who lived from 347 to 420 AD. He and others consulted original texts in Hebrew, Greek and Aramaic to clean u (MORE)
In Bible Statistics and History

What versions of the Bible are from Latin Vulgate?

Answer :. The following versions of the Bible come from the Vulgate (which was a translation of the Septuagint, the Greek version of the Hebrew scriptures used at the time o (MORE)
In Languages and Cultures

The Vulgate is written in what language?

The Vulgate is a translation of the Bible into Latin made by Jerome. An accessible English translation that follows this tradition is the Douay-Rheims American version.