The Bible . . . Specially Named Edition!

In addition to the numerous English translations (versions) of the Bible, there are also more than fifty (50) specially named editions?  Who knew?  Here’s a list . . .

  • The Adulterous Bible
  • The Bad Bible
  • The Bamberg Bible (The Thirty-Six-Line Bible)
  • The Bear Bible
  • Bedell’s Bible
  • The Breeches Bible
  • The Brothers’ Bible (The Kralitz Bible)
  • The Bug Bible (Coverdale’s Bible)
  • The Camel’s Bible
  • The Complutensian Polyglot
  • The Denial Bible
  • The Discharge Bible
  • The Ears to Ear Bible
  • The Ferrara Bible
  • The Fool Bible
  • The Forgotten Sins Bible
  • The Forty-Two-Line Bible (The Mazarin Bible)
  • The Goose Bible
  • The Gutenberg Bible (The Mazarin Bible)
  • The He Bible
  • The Incunabula Bible
  • The Indian Bible
  • The Judas Bible
  • The Kralitz Bible
  • The Large Family Bible
  • The Leda Bible
  • The Leopolita Bible
  • The Lions Bible
  • The Mazarin Bible
  • The More Sea Bible
  • The Murderers’ Bible
  • The Old Cracow Bible (The Leopolita Bible)
  • The Ostrog Bible
  • The Pfister’s Bible (The Thirty-Six-Line Bible)
  • The Placemakers’ Bible
  • The Printers’ Bible
  • The Proof Bible
  • The Rosin Bible
  • Sacy’s Bible
  • Schelhorn’s Bible (The Thirty-Six-Line Bible)
  • The September Bible
  • The She Bible
  • The “Sin on” Bible
  • The Standing Fishes Bible
  • The Sting Bible
  • The Thirty-Six-Line Bible
  • The “To Remain” Bible
  • The Treacle Bible
  • The Unrighteous Bible
  • The Vinegar Bible
  • The Whig Bible
  • The Wicked Bible

Source: Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, sixteenth edition (revised by Adrian Room).

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