medieval-religion: Scholarly discussions of medieval religion and culture

Clive Sneddon says the first complete Anglo-Norman bible is attested to 1361, but the translation may date to as early as 1300. (New Cambridge History of the Bible, CUP 2012, p. 265)

 

Frans van Liere

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medieval-religion: Scholarly discussions of medieval religion and culture

With much thanks for your previous assistance on the history of the Bible, I would like to ask another question. Is there evidence of or a manuscript of a whole-bible translation into Anglo-Norman, predating the first Wycliffe translation into English (1382)?

 

TBob Peckham, PhD

Professor of French Emeritus

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