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The Bible in Scots and Ulster-Scots


With just ten weeks to go until the ‘Martin Luther. Bible translator, illustrator and publisher’ Conference, we are releasing a fifth online exhibition. 

This online exhibition examines Bible translations into Scots and Ulster-Scots since the Reformation, and seeks to explain why the vast majority of translations were completed more recently, that is, from the nineteenth century onwards. The history of Bible translations into Scots and Ulster-Scots is generally not well known, but is definitely worthy of investigation. 

Remember to register your interest in the Conference here. The Conference sessions are outlined on this page

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