The Geneva Bible was called the “study bible” because of the inclusion of material that aids studying it e.g. indexes, maps, tables and various other features.
This Bible was made during the reign of Queen Mary I (England). It was one of the Bibles brought to America on the Mayflower and it was used by famous people such as Shakespeare, Oliver Cromwell and John Milton.
In 1909 William Aldis Wright, who was the vice-master of Trinity College (Cambridge), made a reprint of the King James Bible of 1611. This reprint is done in 5 volumes. As per this prefatory note, there were 2 issues of the 1611 Authorized Bible, this is the reprint of the first issue (Genesis to Deuteronomy). Here the claim is that the “corrected reading has been adopted in the reprint”.
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