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Title: The Orthodox New Testament Translated out of the original Greek of The New Testament Η ΚΑΙΝΗ ΔΙΑΘΗΚΗ which Greek text was examined and approved by the Great Church of Christ in Canstantinople and printed at the Patriarchal Press in 1904 and 1912 This English Edition was diligently compared and revised with the former translations, and is based on the two-volumne set of The Orthodox New Testament- Volume 1: The Holy Gospels; and Volume 2: Acts, Epistles, and Revelation- which English set includes Patristic commentary, linguistic notes, and critical apparatuses.
Publisher: Holy Apostles Convent: Buena Vista, Colorado
Contents: New Testament
References: Taliaferro-EELBV 8630.110.
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Title: The Orthodox Psalter The Psalterion of the Prophet and King David/ with the NINE ODES/ and the interpretation of how the/ Psalterion ought to be recited/ during the whole year. / Translated into English from the Greek/ according to the Seventy,/ and compiled, arranged, and versified/ according to the Greek Psalterion,/ including Patristic Commentary.
Date: © 2010
Publisher: Buena Vista CO (U.S.A.): Holy Apostles Convent ● Dormition Skete
Contents: Psalms 1 - 150 (divided into 20 Kathismatha plus Ps. 151); nine Odes: Exodus 15 ● Deut 32 ● I Kings/ Sam. 2 ● Abb (=Hab.) 3 ● Es (=Isa.) 26 ● Jon 2 ● Dan 3 Song 1 ● Dan 3 Song 2 ● Luk. 1 Theotokos ● Luk. 1 Zacharias. Commentary, Bibliography, and Indices; Table of usage; General listing; Verses to the Divine David
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Location: Collection Bibelarchiv- Birnbaum, Karlsruhe, Baden. Germany
Comments: Size: medium octavo, 420 pp. hardbound. Page-, Psalm headings printed in red. "In Praise of the Psalms" by St. Basil the Great precedes the translation. 140 pp »Commentary on select verses» follow the Psalms as does a »Commentary and Notes on the Inscriptions« (headings). 6 pages of bibliography; Order for readings and daily services