Vulgata

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Vulgata

Vulgata
(lat. Biblia Vulgata — Common Bible)
c. 342 – c. 347 – 30 September 420.
by Jerome of Stridon.

Translation of Holy Scripture into Latin from Hebrew (Old Testament) and from Greek (New Testament) languages.
The Psalms are given in two versions: juxta Hebraeos (according to the Hebrew text) and juxta LXX (according to Septuagint).

Latin text of the Bible adopted by the Roman Catholic Church at the Council of Trent (1546).
Used in Latin patristics and worship, it underlies most European translations of the Bible.