Bible translations into Maltese
The Maltese nationalist Mikiel Anton Vassalli, a convert to Protestantism, translated the Gospels and Acts into Maltese language. This was then known as the "Kafir version". Michael Camilleri (c.1814-1903), afterwards vicar of Lyford, Berkshire, revised Vassali's version translated the New Testament and the Book of Common Prayer into Maltese.
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