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" Saxon ecclesiastics who was distinguished for learning. In his treatise ' De Laudibus Virginitatis ' he praises certain nuns for their daily study of the Holy Scriptures, a fact which seems to indicate that there was then extant a vernacular translation... "
The Gospel According to Saint Mark in Anglo-Saxon and Northumbrian Versions ... - Page ii
edited by - 1871 - 144 pages
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The Living Age ..., Volume 105

1870
...then extant a vernacular translation of the Bible. " The Anglo-Saxon version, discovered in the Etoyal Library at Paris about the beginning of the present...century, has been supposed to be, at least in part, Aldhelm's production. The first fifty Psalms are in prose, the others in verse." || * Bede, "Hist....
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The Journal of Sacred Literature, Volume 1; Volume 25

John Kitto - Bible - 1852
...Psalms, discovered in the Royal Library of Paris, about the commencement of the present century, is supposed to be at least in part his production. The first fifty Psalms are in prose and the others in verse. The Venerable Bede translated the Gospel of St. John, which he seems to have...
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A historical ... dictionary of the holy Bible

John Brown - 1866
...psalms discovered in the Bibliothèque du Roi at Paris about the beginning of the present century, is rie iii prose and the others in verse. The venerable Bede translated the Gospel of John, which he seems...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 128

English literature - 1870 - 596 pages
...Scriptures, a fact which seems to indicate that there was then extant a vernacular translation of the Bible. 'The Anglo-Saxon version, discovered in the Royal...century, has been supposed to be, at least in part, Aldhelm's productioa The first fifty Psalms are in prose, the others in verse.' [| Twenty-six years...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 128

English literature - 1870 - 606 pages
...Scriptures, a fact which seems to indicate that there was then extant a vernacular translation of the Bible. 'The Anglo-Saxon version, discovered in the Royal...century, has been supposed to be, at least in part, Aldhelm's productioa The first fifty Psalms are in prose, the others in verse.' || Twenty-six years...
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The Living Age, Volume 105

1870
...fact which seems to indicate that there was then extant a vernacular translation of the Bible. " Tbe Anglo-Saxon version, discovered in the Royal Library...century, has been supposed to be, at least in part, Aldhelm's production. The first fifty Psalms are in prose, the others in verse." || • Bede, "Hist....
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 128

1870
...Scriptures, a fact which seems to indicate that there then extant a vernacular translation of the Bible. 'The Anglo-Saxon version, discovered in the Royal...about the beginning of the present century, has been supposedto be, at least in part, Aldhelm's productioa The first fifty Psalms are in prose, the others...
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History of the English Bible

Henry Paterson Cameron - Bible - 1885 - 192 pages
...Scriptures, a fact which seems to indicate that there was then extant a vernacular translation of the Bible. The Anglo-Saxon Version, discovered in the Royal library...about the beginning of the present century, has been conjectured to be, at least in part, Aldhelm's production. The first fifty Psalms are in prose, and...
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