The Books of the Bible according to the order of AV, RV, NRSV, REB
The Hebrew Scriptures
1 Samuel (1 Kingdoms in LXX)
2 Samuel (2 ″ ″ ″)
1 Kings (3 ″ ″ ″)
2 Kings (4 ″ ″ ″)
1 Chronicles (1 Paralipomenon in LXX)
2 Chronicles (2 ″ ″ ″)
Ezra } (= 2 Esdras in LXX)
Song of Solomon (or Song of Songs)
The Apocrypha/Deuterocanonical Books
The Additions to the Book of Esther
The Wisdom of Solomon
The Letter of Jeremiah (= Baruch ch. 6)
The Additions to the Book of Daniel
The Prayer of Azariah and the Song of the Three Children
Bel and the Dragon
Books in the Greek and Slavonic Bibles but not in the Roman Catholic Canon
(These four books, together with 4 Maccabees, and the Deutero canonical books, constitute the canon generally in use in Orthodox Christianity. They are approved, e.g., by the Holy Synod of the Greek Orthodox Church. All are included in NRSV.)
1 Esdras (= 2 Esdras in Slavonic and the Vulgate appendix)
Prayer of Manasseh (in Vulgate appendix)
Books in the Slavonic Bible and the Vulgate Appendix
2 Esdras (= 3 Esdras in Slavonic; 4 Esdras in Vulgate)
(NB 1 and 2 Esdras in Vulgate = Ezra–Nehemiah, above.
3 Esdras in Vulgate is the Old Latin version of
In Appendix to LXX
The New Testament Books
The Acts of the Apostles
The Books of the Bible in the order of Catholic editions (e.g. NJB)
The deuterocanonical books are inserted into appropriate places within the OT canon. After Ezra–Nehemiah are placed:
The Book of Wisdom and Ecclesiasticus follow the Song of Songs; Baruch is placed after Lamentations.
From A Dictionary of the Bible in Oxford Reference.
Subjects: Biblical Studies.