The Vulgate (lat. Vulgata) is a translation of the Christian Bible. St. Jerome did most of the work. The Vulgate was written in Latin in the 5th century.
Versio vulgata is Latin for the "version commonly used".
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8th-century Vulgate with the Comma Johanneum at the bottom margin
A page from the Codex Amiatinus.
First page of the first volume of the Gutenberg Bible: the epistle of St Jerome to Paulinus from the University of Texas copy. The page has 40 lines.
Concordance to the Vulgate Bible for the Stuttgart Vulgate
Vulgate Facts for Kids
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