Erasmus New Testament (1535) Fifth Edition (Greek and Latin) PDF

This is the fifth edition of the Erasmus New Testament.

It is also know as Novum Testamentum 1535 by Desiderius Erasmus

This is the last edition of Erasmus’s Greek New Testament.

We have all 5 editions on this site.

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4 thoughts on “Erasmus New Testament (1535) Fifth Edition (Greek) PDF

  1. I am interested in the 1535 Erasmus 5th Edition. Is it possible to receive a download of this in its entirety. I have not seen another on the internet for download. This is very rare, the 5th and final edition from the print shop primary used by Erasmus in Basel. He would have been present in Basel the year before his death to oversee his final work.

  2. Please upload the Greek text. All you have here is the Latin.
    Also some websites have the fifth edition in 1536, not 1535. Anyone know how we can determine which date is correct?

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