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    Default Vetus Latia Series - Codex Veronensis

    Codex Veronensis
    Verona, Biblioteca Capitolare VI
    Sigla b - A. D. 450

    Josepho Blanchino Veronensi, Presbytero Congregationis Oratorii Sancti Philippi Nerii de Urbe
    Evangeliarium quadruplex Latinae versionis antiquae seu veteris Italicae nunc primum in lucem editum ex Codicibus manuscriptis aureis, argenteis, purpureis, aliisque plusquam millenarias antiquitatis

    Pubblicato in 1749, Typis Antonii de Rubeis (Romae)


    Version ID: VLB
    Description: Vetus Latina - Codex Veronensis
    Language: Latin

    Files are on the BibleWorks blog, here:
    http://bibleworks.oldinthenew.org/version/vlb.zip

    Last edited by pasquale; 08-05-2009 at 12:46 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pasquale View Post
    VETUS LATINA series:
    Codex Veronensis
    Verona, Biblioteca Capitolare VI
    Sigla b - A. D. 450


    The file is available here now, and blog post is available here.
    Last edited by Michael Hanel; 05-12-2009 at 10:40 AM.
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    In case anyone wants a little background on this manuscript --

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Codex_Veronensis

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    Thanks again to Pasquale.
    Just a "heads up" for those who grab this version. Since it is already compiled, all five files go in your "databases" folder. This will cause BibleWorks to change the "version order" to the default, since it adds a version not previously present. So, if you have changed the version order from the default, I suggest that you add this version when BibleWorks is closed. Then, if you do not want to go through the entire process of changing version order within BibleWorks, using "My Computer" go to the BibleWorks8 (or 7) folder and open the BW800 Configuration Settings file. (If you have set up multiple configurations, you will find those Configuration Settings files in the BibleWorks "init" folder.) Near the bottom of this file you will find the line headed "VersionOrder". Add "VLB" on that line where you want it to display. Then Save the file and launch BibleWorks.
    Any new version added this way (rather than via the Version Database Compiler) will re-initialize the Version Order this way. So be sure you have this line of the Configuration Settings file saved somewhere else, just in case a version is added or deleted when you forget to add it to your Configuration Settings.
    Mark Eddy
    P.S. I have noticed that the verse divisions sometimes seem to be off by a word or two (at least 8 instances in Mark 1 alone). E.g. a preposition and its object may be in different verses, or a noun and a genitive which modifies it are in consecutive verses instead of together. If this is intentional, then an extensive verse mapping file will need to be made. If this is not intentional, some editing will need to be done on the original vlb.txt file, which has not been made available to the users.
    Last edited by Mark Eddy; 05-12-2009 at 12:22 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Eddy View Post
    This will cause BibleWorks to change the "version order" to the default, since it adds a version not previously present.
    You can also simply save your version order into a file and then after you add the databases, reload your settings via Set Version Display Order. This is what I did, and it only took a few seconds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pasquale View Post
    Codex Veronensis corrected in verse divisions following the Stuttgart's Vulgate divisions (VUL).

    Thanks to Mark Eddy that provided a better vmf file.

    The latest versions of both files are available at the BibleWorks blog.

    VLA.

    VLB.
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    Are any of the Vetus Latina Old Testament texts available for BW?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MBD View Post
    Are any of the Vetus Latina Old Testament texts available for BW?
    what you see is what there is, or, in a word, nope, nothing yet. These are all NT only.
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