In 1546 the Faculty of Theology at the Sorbonne condemned this edition of the Bible, declaring that it was "scattered with things that are erroneous, conducive to scandals, favoring Lutherans, and breathing heresies long ago condemned." Zurich version's Old Testament translated by Leo Juda and Theodorus Bibliander; Apocrypha translated by Petrus Cholinus; New Testament is revised and corrected from the translation of Erasmus by Rudolphus Gualtherus. Edited by Conradus Pellicanus.
AFD2103. [Latin Bible with commentary]. Biblia, quid in hac editione praestitum sit, vide in ea quam operi praeposuimus, ad lectorem epistola. Paris: Robert Estienne, 1545.
Juda, Leo, 1482–1542, tr., Bibliander, Theodorus, approximately 1504–1564, tr., Cholinus, Petrus, tr., Gwalther, Rudolf, 1519–1586, ed., Pellicanus, Konrad, 1478–1556, ed., and Estienne, Robert, 1503?–1559, printer., “AFD2103,” Bridwell Library Special Collections Exhibitions, accessed December 4, 2022, https://bridwell.omeka.net/items/show/1932.