(From Lat. vulgus = common people) the name for the most influential translation of the Bible into Latin, which goes back to St. Jerome (347-420). For his work, he mainly relied on the Greek text of the entire Bible; the quality of his knowledge of Hebrew is still debated today.
We have been running a specialist store for facsimiles for over 10 years in Regensburg's Old Town, just opposite the "Schottenportal" of the Romanesque Scots Monastery of St. Jacob at Jakobstraße 6.
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