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Chapters, Verses, Punctuation, Spelling, and Italics in the King James Version

@inproceedings{Jackson2006ChaptersVP,
  title={Chapters, Verses, Punctuation, Spelling, and Italics in the King James Version},
  author={Ken Jackson and Frank F. Judd and David Rolph Seely},
  year={2006}
}

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William Tyndale (1494–1536), reformer and translator, is the true father of the English Bible. His English translations of the Bible printed in 1526, 1530, and 1534 provided the basis for the King

How Much of the King James Bible Is William Tyndale's?

Previous estimates of William Tyndale's contribution to the 1611 King James Version (or Authorized Version) of the Bible have run from a high of up to 90 per cent (Westcott) to a low of 18 per cent

The Use of Italics in English Versions of the New Testament

A famous Venetian printer startled the educated world in 1501 by publishing the writings of Virgrl in a new font of type, characterized by sloping letters somewhat resembling handwriting. That

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