Section 9. The Most influential Translations of the Bible
80. Geneva Bible, 1560
Benjamin Crawford Collection, Birmingham, AL, USA
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The Geneva Bible, printed in 1560 was translated by exiles in Geneva during the reign of the Catholic Queen Mary I of England; the Bible incorporated pro-Calvinist translations and readings, copious notes and maps and was a favorite for Puritans
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