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Vulgate


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The principal Latin version of the Bible, prepared mainly by St Jerome in the late 4th century, and (as revised in 1592) adopted as the official text for the Roman Catholic Church. The name comes from Latin vulgata (editio) ‘(edition) prepared for the public’.

Subjects: Christianity.


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