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Creator is exactly "Wycliffe, John, –1384. "
The first widely circulated English version of the Bible, translated from St. Jerome's Latin by followers of John Wycliffe, was outlawed in 1408 by Archbishop Thomas Arundel of Canterbury. Arundel's council ruled that the use of unauthorized…
Gilt calfskin binding. The ornate centerpiece block, dotted background, elegant cornerpieces, and the leafy hatched tool that extends out of the centerpiece indicate that it may be the work of the still-unidentified "MacDurnan Gospels Binder" (named…
First widely circulated English version of the Bible from the followers of John Wycliffe (c. 1330–1384). Initials throughout are illuminated.
The first widely circulated version of the scriptures in English, this fourteenth-century translation from St. Jerome's Latin is attributed to followers of John Wycliffe (c. 1330–1384).
The first widely circulated English version of the Bible, attributed to followers of John Wycliffe. Illuminated Gothic initials "M" and "T".