Page 14 - The Emphatic Triglot

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Abbreviations:
1
In the beginning
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The small No
(1)
indicates other references in the Bible, i.e.
1
Pr. 8:22-29, John. 1:1-2, Heb. 1:10.
These are placed in the central column.
But the earth was
unsightly and unfurnished
... and
there was evening and there was morning, the first day.
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The bold or underlined words or phrases indicate primary or
secondary differences between the Septuagint and Masoretic texts
.
And Lot dwelt in a city of the
neighbouring
people
Vg-
,
and pitched his tent
in
Vg+
Sodom.
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The
Vg+
indicates that the Vulgate supports this word, phrase or
meaning, while
Vg-
indicates that the Vulgate does not support this.
And with
15
every living creature
Vg*1
that is with you
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The
Vg*
or
Vg1
or
Vg2
etc., indicates that the Vulgate has a
different world, phrase or meaning. You will find it in Latin with
the English translation in the central column.
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The separated ----- or dotted ..... lines indicate that the rest of the
text does not exist or is not included in this version. The parentheses ( )
indicate an explanation of the original text.
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The division of the Holy Bible in chapters created in A.D. 1206 by Stephen Langton.
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The division of the Holy Bible in verses created A.D. 1551 by Robert Stephanus.
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In 1434 the first book in the world that was printed by JohannGutenbergwas the Holy Bible.
Ι=1, ΙΙ=2, ΙΙΙ=3, ΙV=4, V=5
VI=6, VII=7, VIII=8, IX=9, X=10
XI=11, XII=12, XIII=13, XIV=15, XV=15
... XΙX=19, XX+20, XXI=21
XXX=30, XL=40, L=50, LX=60
LXX=70, LXXX=80, XC=90, C=100
CC=200, CCC=300. CCCC ή CD=400
D=500, DC=600, DCLXVI=666