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  1. Aug 2022
    1. in biblical citations, instead of Luke, chap. XV, ver.19, write Luke 16:19

      Is this an indication of the shift of biblical quotations into what is now modern form?



  2. Apr 2022
    1. he Dominican concordance, in using Stephen Langton’s numbering of 1203, made it standard. Verse numbering was first introduced in printed edi-tions of the Bible in the sixteenth century.121

      Through its use, the Dominican concordance of 1247 helped to standardize Stephen Langton's 1203 verse numbering system for the Bible. A more standardized version wasn't seen in printed versions until later in the sixteenth century.

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    2. Various divisions of the Bible into chapters appeared between 1190 and 1230; Smalley (1952), 222–24. The Dominican concordance made Langton’s chapter numbering standard; see Rouse and Rouse (1974b), 10. Verse numbering in the Bible was first used by Sante Pagnini (1470–1541) in an edition of Lyon, 1528; see Engammare (2002). But the numbering in the edition of Robert Estienne, 1551, was most influen-tial, diffused in the Geneva Bible of 1560; see Armstrong (1986).