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All the texts not Latin are accompanied by Latin translations, and all, sometimes nine in number, are arranged side by side or one over another on the two pages open before the reader.Two companion volumes, the "Lexicon Heptaglotton" of Edmund Cassel, appeared in 1669."Biblia Triglotta", 2 vols., being, with the omission of modern languages, a reissue of the "Biblia Hexaglotta", edited by de Levante (London, 1874-6).It contains the Hebrew, Greek, and Latin texts of the Old Testament, and the Greek, Latin, and Syriac texts of the New Testament. "La Sainte Bible Polyglotte" (Paris, 1890-98), by F. S., first secretary of the Biblical Commission, is the only modern Polyglot which contains the deuterocanonical books, and the only one issued under Catholic auspices.Any unauthorized use, without prior written consent of Catholic Online is strictly forbidden and prohibited.PROLOGUE Situated along the riparian banks of the Schuylkill River below the Art Museum and the Waterworks, and nestled at the foot of Lemon Hill along Kelly Drive, are the Boat Clubs of the Schuylkill Navy, familiarly known as “Boathouse Row”.We may cite, however, as good and quite accessible:–Bagster, "Polyglot Bible in eight languages" (2 vols., London, 2nd ed. The languages are Hebrew, Greek, English, Latin, German, Italian, French, and Spanish.It gives in appendix the Syriac New Testament, the Samaritan Pentateuch, and many variants of the Greek text. It is a new edition, on a reduced scale, of Bagster's "Biblia Sacra Polyglotta" (6 vols., London, 1831).
It was published in 1520, with the sanction of Leo X .
THE HISTORICAL BACKGROUND England’s Charles II gave a grant of 45,000 square miles in the new World to William Penn to pay off loans made by Penn’s father to the King.
Penn called the grant Pennsylvania which was occupied by the Lenni Lenape Indians, and trading posts run by the Dutch, Swedes and Fins.
He sold land parcels to the Quakers and other dissenters in an brilliant marketing plan, promising them religious freedom.
In 1681, in an area covered by the “Governor’s Woods.” Penn chartered the “greene Country Towne” and called it Philadelphia.