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Building the Bible

Early Translations and Transcriptions

Who was St. Jerome?

St. Jerome (c. 347–420 C.E.) was a priest, historian, and theologian. In the Roman Catholic Church, he is the saint of encyclopedists, translators, and librarians. Around 405 C.E., Jerome finished his translation of the Bible into Latin, the version which is known as the Vulgate.



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