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Vulgate: Quiz


Question 1:
Vulgate, Latin and Greek and Latin roots in English are all:
Christian terms 5th-century Christian texts Roman Catholic Church history Latin language

Question 2: ________,[30] citing De Bruyne, argued that these notes were written by Marcion of Sinope or one of his followers.
Apostolic FathersNew TestamentAdolf von HarnackChurch Fathers

Question 3: This version was and still is widely used in the ________.
Roman MissalRoman Catholic theologyTridentine MassSummorum Pontificum

Question 4: ________
List of New Testament uncialsList of New Testament minusculesList of New Testament Latin manuscriptsVulgate

Question 5: Most valuable of all from a text-critical perspective is the Vulgate text of the Apocalypse, a book where there is no clear ________ in the surviving Greek witnesses.
Family KxByzantine text-typeJesus and the woman taken in adulteryCodex Alexandrinus

Question 6: Old Latin, more or less revised by a person or persons unknown: Baruch, 3 Esdras,[3]Acts, ________, and the Apocalypse.
PsalmsLiturgical bookGospel (liturgy)Epistle

Question 7: (Here "Old Latin" means that they are older than the Vulgate and written in Latin, not that they are written in ________.
Classical LatinLate LatinOld LatinVulgar Latin

Question 8: Of the ________ texts not found in the Hebrew, Jerome translated Tobit and Judith anew from the Aramaic; and from the Greek, the additions to Esther from the Septuagint, and the additions to Daniel from Theodotion.
Biblical canonOld TestamentBibleBiblical apocrypha

Question 9: Dating from the 8th century, the Codex Amiatinus is the earliest surviving ________ of the complete Vulgate Bible.
BookManuscriptManuscript culturePapyrus

Question 10: Translation from the ________ by Jerome: the Psalter, the Rest of Esther.
Biblical apocryphaOld TestamentNew TestamentSeptuagint


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