Questions tagged [latin]

Classical language popularized through the Roman Empire; widely used in scholarship and Roman Catholicism.

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Was the Athanasian Creed ever translated into Koine Greek? If so, where can I find the text?

I am aware that it was most likely originally composed in Latin (this is why it is highly unlikely that St. Athanasius himself wrote it) but has anyone ever tried translating it into Koine Greek? If ...
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Which Latin manuscripts were used by the KJV translators?

When the KJV translators set out to do their translation, they gathered all existing manuscripts and translations they could, to make sure they had everything absolutely right. I am curious, which ...
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What did the earliest version of the Vulgate bible look like?

It seems that the Codex Amiatinus is the oldest most complete version of the Vulgate bible (which misses the Book of Baruch). What did it look like? Looking up close at the blurry images, the text ...
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Is there a modern translation of the critical text of the Bible into Classical Latin?

Is there a modern translation of the critical text of the Bible into Classical Latin? Preferably it would be very literal, and the Apocrypha isn't necessary.