Itinerarium Beniamini Tudelensis; in quo res memorabiles, quas ante quadringentos annos totum ferè terrarum orbis notatis itineribus dimensus vel ipse vidit vel a fide dignus suæ ætatis hominibus accepit, breuiter atque dilucidè describuntur; ex Hebraico Latinum factum Bened. Aria Montano interprete
This Greek-Latin Parallel text of the New Testament is based on the Greek Testament edited by Johann Leusden, and the Latin New Testament edited by Benito Arias Montano (also referred to as Montanus).
Montano was a sixteenth-century orientalist who is best known as the editor of the 'Antwerp Polyglot'. The Montano Latin edition is not the same as Jerome's Vulgate. In fact, Montano had to defend himself from charges of corrupting the Vulgate text because he made liberal use of the Rabbinical writings.
Leusden was a celebrated seventeenth-century Dutch orientalist and theologian who produced several editions of the Greek New Testament between 1675 and 1699.
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