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The Geneva Bible of 1606:

Translator: Théodore de Bèze revised the so-called Olivétan Bible of 1535.
De Bèze was born in Vézelay
in Francein 1519 and died in Geneva in 1605. He was a teacher, ambassador and poet. He was John Calvin's successor as director of the Academy of Geneva. 

Impression: This bible was printed in La Rochelle in 1606, under the presses of the heirs of Jérôme Haultin.
Translation: The text adopted by the printer is that of the Geneva Bible of 1588.
This is a revision made by Théodore de Bèze of the Geneva Bible or the Sword, which itself is a revision of the Olivétan Bible of 1535.

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