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This online version of the Latin Vulgate Bible is in the public domain. The text of the online version is taken from a copy of the the Sixtus V and Clement VIII Latin Vulgate Bible published in 1914, as follows.
Sixti V Pont. Max.
P. Michael Hetzenauer
The editor of this 1914 edition was P. Michael Hetzenauer, Ord. Min. Cap. The abbreviations after his name mean: "The Order of Friars Minor, Capuchin." View a scan of the title page. This version will be published on this site as html files.
Please note that the text of this version of the Bible often has a question mark or a period followed, not by a capital letter, but by a small letter. In other words, question marks and periods can occur in the middle of sentences. This is an oddity of older texts from the 19th and early 20th century.
Also available is the text of the 1861 edition of the Pope Sixtus V and Pope Clement VIII Latin Vulgate Bible, edited by Carolus Vercellone.
Since the text of this online version of the Latin Vulgate Bible was taken from a copy published in the year 1914, the entire text is in the public domain. The online version is likewise entirely in the public domain, including all html, css, and other files. All files on the web site SacredBible.org are in the public domain.
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