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Title: From Venice to Aleppo: Early Printing of Scripture in the Orthodox World
Other Titles: من البندقية إلى حلب: الطباعة الباكرة للكتاب المقدّس في العالم الأرثوذكسي
De Venise à Alep: l’imprimerie de la Bible dans le monde orthodoxe
Authors: Kilpatrick, Hilary
Keywords: Venice
Orthodox world
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: University of Balamand
Part of: Chronos
Issue: 30
Start page: 33
End page: 61
The Bible, as the etymology of the word indicates, refers not to one book but to many. The Christian Bible is made up of the Old Testament, that is, the Jewish Scriptures, and the New Testament; moreover, for some Churches, among them the Orthodox, certain books commonly called the Apocrypha, which were added to the Septuagint, the Greek translation of the Hebrew Old Testament, also form part of the Bible.
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Type: Journal Article
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