English Hexapla BIBLE (Wycliffe, 1611 KJV, etc.)
Exhibiting the Six Important English Translations of the New Testament Scriptures, Wiclif, Tyndale, Cranmer, Genevan, Anglo-Rhemish, Authorized or 1611 King James Version (1841)
"Hexapla," of course, means "six-fold" or "six-columned." The English Hexapla offered here contains the six English translations noted in the title, arranged side by side for easy comparison and reference. Dates for each version used are as follows: Wiclif (1380, the first English New Testament, Purvey's revision), Tyndal (1534, a version of the first English-printed New Testament of 1525), Cranmer's Great Bible (1539, the first authorized English Bible), Geneva (1557, the first Bible with numbered verses), Rheims (1582, the first Roman Catholic version), King James Version (1611, first edition).
Additionally this English Hexapla also includes "The original Greek text after Scholz with the various readings of the Textus Receptus and the principal Constantinopolitan and Alexanderine manuscripts, and a complete collation of Scholz's text with Griesbach's edition of 1805..."
Includes a detailed and annotated 160 page historical account of the English translations.
This book is part of SWRB's Rare Hardcover Photocopy Collection. It is also available in a rare cerlox bound photocopy edition at a lower price for US$79.99. This book is also available on Reformation Bookshelf CD 2 at: