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| year = 1906
| title = Johannes Mathesius: Ausgewählte Werke
| trans_titletrans-title = ''Johannes Mathesius: Selected Works''
| publisher = J.G. Calvesche k.u.k. Hof- u. Universitäts-Buchhandlung (Joseph Koch)
| location = Prague
| url = http://www.archive.org/details/ausgewhltewerke00loesgoog
| language = [[Early New High German]]
| quote = ''Wenn nun Doctor [Luther] zuvor die außgangen Bibel vbersehen und darneben bey Juden vnnd frembden sprachkündigen sich erlernet vnd sich bey alten Deutschen von guten worten erfragt hatte, Wie er ihm etlich [[Wether|Schöps]] abstechen ließ, damit jn ein Deutscher Fleischer berichtet, wie man ein jedes am Schaf nennete, kam Doctor in das [[Consistory|Consistorium]] mit seiner alten Lateinischen und newen Deutschen Biblien, darbey er auch stettigs den Hebreischen text hatte. [[Philipp Melanchthon|Herr Philippus]] bracht mit sich den Greckischen text, [[Caspar Creuziger|Doctor Creuziger]] neben dem Hebreischen die Chaldeische Bibel. Die Professores hatten bey sich jre Rabinen, [[Johannes Bugenhagen|D. Pommer]] het auch ein Lateinischen text für sich, darinn er sehr wol bekant war. Zuvor hat sich ein jeder auff den text gerüst, davon man rathschlagen solte, Greckische unnd Lateinische neben den Jüdischen außlegern vbersehen. Darauff proponirt diser President [Luther] ein text und ließ die stimm herumb gehen und höret was ein jeder darzu zu reden hette, nach eygenschaft der sprache oder nach der alten Doctorn außlegung.''[Roughly: "After Doctor Luther had translated the original Bible, learning from Jews, from foreign language scholars, and from old Germans in the process (for example, he asked a German butcher to slaughter some wethers for him so he could tell him how the different entrails are called), he came to the [[consistory]] with his old Latin Bible and with his new German Bible. He also always carried the Hebrew text with him. [[Philipp Melanchthon|Herr Philippus]] contributed the Greek text, [[Caspar Creuziger|Doctor Creuziger]] contributed the Hebrew text and the [[Targum|Chaldaic Bible]]. The Professors also brought their [[Masoretic Text|Rabbinic Bibles]], and [[Johannes Bugenhagen|Doctor Pommer]] had a Latin text which he knew very well. Before the meetings, everyone of them studied the text that was to be translated, to discuss the translation of the Greek and Latin version along with the Hebrew exegesis. Luther then proposed a text and asked and listened to what everyone had to say concerning the language or the interpretation.]
[Roughly: "After Doctor Luther had translated the original Bible, learning from Jews, from foreign language scholars, and from old Germans in the process (for example, he asked a German butcher to slaughter some wethers for him so he could tell him how the different entrails are called), he came to the [[consistory]] with his old Latin Bible and with his new German Bible. He also always carried the Hebrew text with him. [[Philipp Melanchthon|Herr Philippus]] contributed the Greek text, [[Caspar Creuziger|Doctor Creuziger]] contributed the Hebrew text and the [[Targum|Chaldaic Bible]]. The Professors also brought their [[Masoretic Text|Rabbinic Bibles]], and [[Johannes Bugenhagen|Doctor Pommer]] had a Latin text which he knew very well. Before the meetings, everyone of them studied the text that was to be translated, to discuss the translation of the Greek and Latin version along with the Hebrew exegesis. Luther then proposed a text and asked and listened to what everyone had to say concerning the language or the interpretation.]
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| textual_basis = '''NT:''' [[Textus Receptus]] (Luther), [[Vulgata]] (Bugenhagen)<ref name=Mathesius/>
| location = Wittenberg
| edition = Ika-5
| chapter = [[Genesis 1:1]]-3
| isbn = 978-3-933070-56-2
| chapterurl = http://enominepatris.com/biblia/biblia2/B001K001.htm
| location = Wittenberg
| edition = Ika-5
| chapter = [[Juan 3:16]]
| isbn = 978-3-933070-56-2
| chapterurl = http://enominepatris.com/biblia/biblia2/B043K003.htm
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