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Thread: M. Luther - Vulgata (Noum Testamentum) Wittembergae MDXXIX

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    Default M. Luther - Vulgata (Noum Testamentum) Wittembergae MDXXIX

    I am working on:
    M. Luther - Vulgata (Novum Testamentum) - Wittembergae MDXXIX

    Versione database compiler (Vulgata series)

    (I have already formatted the text till Matthew capther 14)

    Have anyone this Latin Vulgatae Version in a text format??? (in file word or txt??)

    thanks pasquale
    Last edited by pasquale; 07-27-2009 at 04:34 PM.

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    I don't have any idea about the Luthur text you're looking for, but if you have any of Luthur's texts in German, and if you have the time, those would be nice to have. I don't know where you could get them, but since you are working on Luthur now, you may have come across some of his texts in German.

    Thanks for all the hard work you do.

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    Thanks Adelphos,

    I am working on a Latin text

    M. Luther - Vulgata - Wittembergae MDXXIX

    the introductory study is in German.

    It is the Luther's revison of Latin Vulgate.


    ciao Pasquale
    Last edited by pasquale; 07-29-2009 at 07:51 AM.

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    According to said German introduction, it is more accurate to say that this is the revision of the Vulgate done by the Wittenberg faculty, of which Luther was a member, than to say that this was Luther's revision of the Vulgate. This revision was done to correct numerous translation errors in the Latin, particularly in the text of the Pentateuch. This also brings it in line text of Luther's German Bible, which was published four years after the Vulgate revision.

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