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1539 Great Bible
| 1549 Matthew | 1550 Stephanus | 1557 Geneva NT | 1560 Geneva |
1568 Bishops' | 1611 King James | 1841 Hexapla | 1846 Illuminated Bible |
1455 Gutenberg | 1522 Complutensian |1684 Foxe's | Bible Set | CD-ROM Set

1539 Great Bible

 

 

The 1539 Great Bible remains the one major ancient English Bible translation
for which we here at Greatsite.com and The Bible Museum do NOT publish a
facsimile reproduction.  It is our hope that in the years to come, this may become
a financially feasible project, but as of this point, there is not sufficient demand
to justify its publication.

At this time, the only way to obtain an affordable copy of any text of the 1539 Great
Bible of King Henry VIII, (the first Bible of the Church of England), is to purchase
a copy of our facsimile reproduction of the 1841 reprinting of the New Testament of
the 1539 Great Bible, in parallel with several other ancient English translations...
The 1841 English Hexapla Parallel New Testament.

 



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