Naples Bible

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The Naples Bible is the second printed Old Testament Bible in Hebrew. The first complete printed Hebrew Bible, by a single publisher, and without commentary, was published by the Soncino brothers in 1488, in Soncino.[1] This was then followed by the Naples Bible in 1491–1493.[2] It is not to be confused with a 14th-century illuminated manuscript Bible, in the Latin Vulgate, also known as the "Illuminated Naples Bible".

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  1. ^ C.D. Ginsburg, Introduction of the Massoretico-critical edition of the Hebrew Bible, pp. 794-97,820-21
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  2. ^ David Noel Freedman, 2000 Eerdmans dictionary of the Bible ISBN 0-8028-2400-5 page 1290
    Eerdmans p1290