A-Z: General definitions: King James Bible


The translation of the Bible in English which was produced in 1611 by a group of scholars appointed by King James I. It was similar to earlier versions known to Shakespeare and remained the standard translation most commonly used in churches and schools until the middle of the twentieth century. It is the origin of many common phrases and sayings in the English language. It is also known as the Authorised Version.

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