Bible Translation Bibliography: Search Results

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ID:121
Author:Anon.
Year:1977
Title:Pressestimmen zur Nachrevision
Collection Title:Verrat an Luther?: Bilanz einer Bibelrevision
Editor:Meurer, Siegfried
Place:Stuttgart
Pages:122-137
Abstract:Press releases reprinted as appendix at the end of the book.
Keywords:Versions, Modern--German: Luther revised

ID:122
Author:Anon.
Role:reviewer
Year:1984
Title:Libros poéticos e sapienciais: Sagrada Biblia en galego (1984)
Pages:533
Journal:Religión y Cultura
Volume:30/141
Abstract:M. Casado and X. Precedo, tr.
Keywords:

ID:123
Author:Anon.
Year:1990
Title:Traducciones de la Biblia en Español
Pages:55-59
Journal:Revista Bíblica
Volume:52
Issue:1
Abstract:List of 47 Spanish translations from 1260 AD to present.
Keywords:Versions, Modern--Spanish

ID:124
Author:Anon.
Year:1990
Title:Translation and revision of the Holy Bible for the Greek public
Pages:137f.
Journal:FIT Newsletter
Volume:NS 9
Issue:1-2
Keywords:Versions, Modern--Greek

ID:125
Author:Ansre, Gilbert
Year:1988
Title:To unify or dialectize? Some Sociolinguistic and psycholinguistic factors in language development for Bible translation
Collection Title:Issues in Bible translation
Editor:Stine, Philip C.
Place:London; New York; Stuttgart
Publisher:United Bible Societies
Pages:187-206
Keywords:Sociolinguistics

ID:126
Author:Antoniazzi, Alberto
Year:1982
Title:Qual é a melhor traduçao da Bíblia?
Pages:359-374
Journal:Revista Eclesiástica Brasileira
Volume:42
Keywords:Versions, Modern--Portuguese--Surveys

ID:127
Author:Appleby, Lee
Year:1955
Title:Luyia Old Testament Translation. Part 1
Pages:181-185
Journal:Bible Translator
Volume:06
Issue:4
Abstract:Surveys the beginnings and progress of translation of the OT into Luyia in north and central provinces of Kenya. Luyia is a language group which consists of fifteen dialects. The problems encountered in making this translation illustrate the problems of a Union version in a relatively new lingua franca. Includes a map of the how the region is divided into dialects. The problems and principles of the new translation are discussed. Four parts.
Keywords:Translation projects, Africa; African languages; Language: Luyia; Kenya

ID:128
Author:Appleby, Lee
Year:1956
Title:Luyia Old Testament Translation. Part 2
Pages:25-29
Journal:Bible Translator
Volume:07
Issue:1
Abstract:Surveys the beginnings and progress of translation of the OT into Luyia in north and central provinces of Kenya. Luyia is a language group which consists of fifteen dialects. The problems encountered in making this translation illustrate the problems of a Union version in a relatively new lingua franca. Includes a map of the how the region is divided into dialects. The problems and principles of the new translation are discussed. Four parts.
Keywords:Translation projects, Africa; African languages; Language: Luyia; Kenya

ID:129
Author:Appleby, Lee
Year:1956
Title:Luyia Old Testament Translation. Part 3
Pages:85-90
Journal:Bible Translator
Volume:07
Issue:2
Abstract:Surveys the beginnings and progress of translation of the OT into Luyia in north and central provinces of Kenya. Luyia is a language group which consists of fifteen dialects. The problems encountered in making this translation illustrate the problems of a Union version in a relatively new lingua franca. Includes a map of the how the region is divided into dialects. The problems and principles of the new translation are discussed. Four parts.
Keywords:Translation projects, Africa; African languages; Language: Luyia; Kenya

ID:130
Author:Appleby, Lee
Year:1956
Title:Luyia Old Testament Translation. Part 4
Pages:101-104
Journal:Bible Translator
Volume:07
Issue:3
Abstract:Surveys the beginnings and progress of translation of the OT into Luyia in north and central provinces of Kenya. Luyia is a language group which consists of fifteen dialects. The problems encountered in making this translation illustrate the problems of a Union version in a relatively new lingua franca. Includes a map of the how the region is divided into dialects. The problems and principles of the new translation are discussed. Four parts.
Keywords:Translation projects, Africa; African languages; Language: Luyia; Kenya


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