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14 April, 00:00

Who or what's translation of the Bible became the standard in Western Europe during the Middle Ages? Select one: a. King James b. St. Benedict c. Vulgate d. Alcuin e. Louis the Pious

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  1. 14 April, 01:29
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    The right answer is c.

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    Before the translation into local languages, the version of the Bible people used, listened to or read was its Latin version, the Vulgate, which was a translation itself from Greek and Hebrew. Eusebius Hieronymus, better known as St. Jerome, spent 23 years translating the Bible from those languages into common Latin at the request of pope Damasus. His text was adopted by Western Christianity and was in use during the Middle Ages.
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