Section 8. The Earliest Vernacular Bibles

69. Wycliffe Bible Manuscript, After 1395

Museum of the Book, London

A leaf from the New Testament translated from Latin to Middle English by John Wycliffe and others in 1384 and revised after 1395, who wanted to provide the Bible to the masses in the vernacular though harshly forbidden on penalty of death
A leaf from the New Testament translated from Latin to Middle English by John Wycliffe and others in 1384 and revised after 1395, who wanted to provide the Bible to the masses in the vernacular though harshly forbidden on penalty of death