Neophytus Vamvas (Νεόφυτος Βάμβας) (1770–1856) was a Greek cleric and educator of the 19th century.
His main contribution to Greek literature is his translation of the Bible into modern Greek, an endeavour that was opposed at that time by ultraconservative circles within the Greek Orthodox Church. His version was allowed in 1924.
He died in Athens on January 9, 1856.
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