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    [Bible in English]. Black letter Bible leaf from Tyndale's Version printed by R. Jugge in 1552.
    The first of three illustrated Editions by Jugge. This is from a Quarto edition with the leaves measuring about 5 ½ x 7 inches. This contains a Woodcut of the Evangelist Mark on the recto with a commentary on his life by St. Jerome and Scripture verses from the Book of Mark 1:1-5 on the verso, with the Title to the Gospel of St. Mark. Though Coverdale was credited with being the first to print a complete Bible in the English language, his friend William Tyndale was the first to translate the New Testament into the English language.


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