I have updated my pdf of the First Epistle of John.
I have uploaded two pdf files of my translation of the First Epistle of John. This letter, part of the Bible, was written by the Apostle John, and contains a very significant textual variant, called the Johannine Comma. This is found in chapter five, verses 7 and 8.
The updates I made were specifically to the extended critical apparatus for the Comma, adding the complete readings of 4 of the Latin manuscripts, with their English translation, and editing the reading of the Greek Complutensian Polyglot to exactly its accents and breathing marks.
– It is the four gospels, in two columns, Greek and Latin, edited by
http://bibletranslation.ws/down/Erasmus-Quatuor-Evangelia.pdf. PDF, 204 MB. You can download it free here or on my new Bible Translation page.
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Mobery, Charles E.: The Commentaries of C. Julius Caesar: The Civil War, (in Latin, with English intro), PDF, 3.2 MB is now downloadable here and on my new translation page. Download Mobery Julius Caesar.
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Polycarp Epistle to the Philippians, The Greek and Latin text alternating verse by verse with English
This is a PDF, 343 KB, and is now downloadable here and on my new Bible translation page. This is a very early Christian document, by the Overseer of Smyrna, the Martyr Polycarp. It is the Greek and Latin text alternating with the Greek and Latin text alternating verse by verse with an English translation. Also contains the Greek and Latin text alone afterward, plus two other English translations alone, by J. B. Lightfoot, and Kirsopp Lake. Download Polycarp Epistle to the Philippians.
“And these were more noble than those in Thessalonika, in that they searched the scriptures daily, to see whether those things were so.”
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