USAGE: Vulgate (was: Slezan)
|Date:||Monday, January 26, 2004, 19:21|
Mark J. Reed scripsit:
> I beliave that's true, at least until the late fourth century AD, which was
> when St. Jerome wrote the Vulgate.
The Vulgate is written in Classical Latin, or at least Jerome's best rendering
of it. It is not written in common people's Latin, but rather is the Bible
for common people, those who had no Hebrew or Greek.
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