Although the New Testament books were writen almost entirely in Greek, a contemporary Greek version of the Bible, including both the Old and the New Testaments, didn't exist until Neofitos Vamvas, an important Greek linguist who made his translation with aid of a team of scholars. They started working in 1831 and the complete translation was published in 1850. This early Greek translation is based on the King James Version of the Scriptures, hence its importance for clerics, scholars, linguists and Bible enthusiasts.
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