Historian uncovers secrets of the Reformation hidden in England’s oldest printed bible

The annotations were discovered in England’s first printed Bible, published in 1535 by Henry VIII’s printer. It is one of just seven surviving copies, and is housed in Lambeth Palace Library, London. The secrets hidden in the Lambeth Library copy were revealed during research by Dr Eyal Poleg, a historian from Queen Mary University of London. —> Read More

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