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- Latin Vulgate
This module contains the Latin translation of the Bible that became the Vulgate. The translation was done for the most part by Jerome and became the translation commonly used in the Latin speaking church from the fifth century up to modern times.
The electronic text of the Latin Vulgate is based upon the 5th edition of the Vulgate edited by R. Weber and published by Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, Stuttgart. This electronic text now includes grammatical tagging for the entire published Latin Vulgate, with glosses, prepared by Marco V. Fabbri.
The Latin Dictionary is included with this unlock, as well as the VULG2-T with a few parallel passages of the Apocrypha.
Upgrade is available to the Apparatus. Users with the untagged Latin Vulgate should upgrade first to the tagged Latin Vulgate prior to upgrading to the Apparatus.
11/4/15 Update: The 3.0 update adds the Prologue of Ben Sirach
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