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List of Bible translations by language

A Bible handwritten in Latin, on display in Malmesbury Abbey, Wiltshire, England.

United Bible Societies reported that the Bible, in whole or part, has been translated in more than 3,324 languages, including complete Old or New Testaments in 2,189 languages, including an increasing number of sign languages, and the complete text of the Bible (Protestant canon) in 674 languages, by the end of December 2017.[1]

According to Wycliffe Bible Translators, in October 2017, 3,312 had access to at least a book of the Bible, including 1,121 languages with a book or more, 1,521 language groups have access to the New Testament in their native language and 670 the full Bible. It is estimated by Wycliffe Bible Translators that translation may be required in 1,636 languages where no work is currently known to be in progress. They also estimate that there are currently around 2,584 languages which have active Bible translation projects (either with or without some portion already published).[2]

Bibles and Bible portions available online

There are currently over 1,700 versions in over 1,200 languages available digitally on bible.com and a similar number on the American Bible Society's bibles.org . Links below are to further wiki pages.

Geographically

Alphabetically

See also

References

  1. ^ "Key facts about the Bible access - United Bible Societies". United Bible Societies. Retrieved 2018-04-29. 
  2. ^ [1] (Figures correct as of Oct 2017.)
  3. ^ A Bìbbia corsa

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