The Latin Bible : Circa 1590

A rare, first edition, Latin Bible (not to be confused with the Latin Vulgate) published circa 1590 by Immanuel Tremellius, Franciscus Junius and Theodore Beza, archived digitally in near 3D onto a single DVD computer Disc. It is now available to scholars, researchers, Libraries, Universities, and Religious Organizations. Windows 95/98/2000/XP

Presented and preserved through 3D Digital Imaging this exclusive version of this ancient text is being released as a single DVD disk or in parts on a set of 4 CDROMs.
(see System Requirements)

Having faithfully reproduced each of over 1700 pages, scholars and researchers will delight in being able to analyse first-hand a digital copy of this rare pre-King James version of the Bible in the Latin language.

               The Seal of the Latin Bible - Click Here for explanation.

You can purchase a digitally scanned copy of the entire Latin Bible
on a single DVD-ROM or four CD-Roms. Features over 1700 pages, half of which are the biblical text and the remainder the commentaries of Immanuel Tremellius, the foremost linguist and expert in Near Eastern languages during the Reformation period. Digitally archived in PNG quality file format viewable in any Internet Browser.

In order to best digitally duplicate the Latin Bible it has been scanned in 3D at almost four times the size of the original, this not only enhances and enlarges the text for easier readability but it allows for a much closer inspection of the annotations and smaller notes found in the curvatures of the inner margins. PNG, a lossless image format presents excellent readability.

Libraries, scholars and students alike will appreciate the rich textural feel of the reading experience presented.

A convenient navigation system has been built into the interface that makes it easy to access the individual books through a main-page Table of Contents that goes to any book at the click of a mouse. See Genesis Online for a full preview of the quality (because it is online it will load slower and may take a few seconds to access each page depending on your connection).

This Complete Latin Bible 1590 on DVD is available for $250.00
through PayPal (free shipping)

or you can purchase individual Parts on CD as listed below. (see on-line Partial Request Form below) .

DISK 1:The Old Testament - Part 1 & 2
Genesis through Esther
$75.00 -

DISK 2:The Old Testament - Part 3 & 4
Job through Malachi
$75.00 -

DISK 3:The Apocrypha - Part 5
1 Tobit through Ecclesiasticus
$75.00 -

DISK 4:The New Testament - Part 6
Matthew through The Apocalypse
$75.00 -

Single Chapters or Books (on CD)
eg: Genesis, Revelations etc. (fill in form below)
$50.00 -

Single Downloadable Pages
with specific passages (fill in form below)
$20.00 -

*All Prices are in US funds

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System Requirements

The Latin Bible : Circa 1590 DVD or CD-Roms have been designed to run conveniently on most computer systems through the use of just about any version 5.0 Internet Explorer browser or Netscape 4.5 or higher. Although you can access the Bible directly from the CDs, we also provide an installation routine so that you can link the entire set together as we have on the DVD for more efficient access by copying them to a large hardrive (approx. 2 Gig. needed for a full installation)

All CDs run independent of each other if you decide to purchase them separately. We recommend at least a 24X Cd-Rom reader and at least a 200 Mhz computer system running Windows 95/98/2000/XP or better - large display screen monitor is optimal for viewing.(Sorry not tested for Mac but should run)

The Latin Bible : Circa 1590 is produced by LUMAR Digital Archive Services
Copyright 2000 Dietrich Luth and Paul Marcano

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Updated January 15, 2007