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A Stupid Question? Latin Or Armenian New Testaments?
Dear Enarxe,

Check out this Latin/English New's the oldest such N.T. in print I think.

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Shlama, Albion

enarxe Wrote:
Paul Younan Wrote:Hey Albion,

Yes, absolutely - the Latin Vulgate is very old, made by Jerome. There were some Old Latin versions before he made his masterful translation from the Greek.

Could Jerome have been using Peshitta in his translation? Or maybe had access to some texts based on Peshitta? "The missing of the bride" in Mt 25,1 suggests that to me. It was noticed by somebody in this thread:
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The missing of the bride and Vulgate - by enarxe - 01-05-2008, 04:25 AM
Re: The missing of the bride and Vulgate - by *Albion* - 01-05-2008, 04:51 AM

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