Who first translated the Bible from Latin?
Also to know is, who translated the Bible from Latin?
Additionally, what is the original Latin version of the Bible called? Vulgate
In respect to this, when was the Bible first translated from Latin?
The earliest surviving complete manuscript of the entire Bible in Latin is the Codex Amiatinus, a Latin Vulgate edition produced in 8th-century England at the double monastery of Wearmouth-Jarrow. During the Middle Ages, translation, particularly of the Old Testament was discouraged.
When was the Bible translated into Greek?
Before AD 1500. The first known translation of the Bible into Greek is called the Septuagint (LXX; 3rd–1st centuries BC). The LXX was written in Koine Greek. It contains the Hebrew Bible translated from Hebrew and Aramaic.