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Melvil Decimal System: 220.52081

Wording: Religion > Bible > Bible > Modern versions and translations > Versions in English and Anglo-Saxon > Not set > Other Major Translations > New International Version

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Information
196,271
ā„¹ļø
1
Philosophy and Psychology
182,817
šŸ’­
2
Religion
463,618
šŸ™šŸ½
3
Social Sciences
1,017,722
šŸ‘«
4
Language
130,463
šŸ’¬
5
Mathematics and Science
322,970
šŸ”¬
6
Technology
751,857
šŸ’”
7
Arts and Recreation
695,836
šŸŽØ
8
Literature
929,792
šŸ“š
9
Biography and History
592,368
šŸ—æ
20
Religion
24,447
šŸŒŒ
21
Theory
6,689
šŸ’­
22
Bible
76,640
šŸ“–
23
Christianity
62,169
āœ
24
Christian practice and observance
77,924
šŸ“æ
25
Christian pastoral practice and religious orders
26,715
šŸ‘
26
Christian organization, social work, worship
63,273
ā›Ŗ
27
History of Christianity
24,653
šŸ”™
28
Christian denominations
34,570
ā˜¦
29
Other Religions
66,538
šŸ‘“
220
Bible
27,201
šŸ“–
221
Old Testament
6,862
šŸŒˆ
222
Historical Books
7,824
223
Poetic Books
3,763
224
Prophetic Books
3,952
225
New Testament
7,236
ā˜§
226
Gospels and Acts
9,893
227
Epistles
7,229
šŸ“©
228
Apocalypse
1,500
šŸ‡
229
Apocrypha
1,180
220.0
Bible
1,774
220.1
Origins and authenticity
1,303
220.2
Concordances; Miscellanies
198
220.3
Encyclopedias and topical dictionaries
786
šŸ“•
220.4
Original texts, early versions, early translations
340
220.5
Modern versions and translations
3,144
220.6
Interpretation and criticism (Exegesis)
3,747
220.7
Commentaries
1,973
220.8
Nonreligious subjects treated in Bible
732
220.9
Geography, history, chronology, persons of Bible lands in Bible times
4,389
šŸ”™
220.50
24
220.51
Polyglot
17
220.52
Versions in English and Anglo-Saxon
1,522
220.53
German
138
220.54
French
17
220.55
Italian
21
220.56
Spanish
100
220.57
Latin
2
220.58
Greek
4
220.59
Minor Languages
131
220.520
919
220.521
3
220.522
7
220.523
3
220.524
1
220.525
3
220.526
1
220.527
1
220.528
1
220.529
Anglo-Saxon
2
220.5200
21
220.5201
Earliest Translations
15
220.5202
Douay
3
220.5203
King James
231
220.5204
Revised Standard Version and Related
96
220.5205
New American
31
220.5206
New English
7
220.5207
Jerusalem
8
220.5208
Other Major Translations
460
220.5209
Other Minor Translations
29
220.52080220.52081
New International Version
144
220.52082
Good News
13
220.52083
New Living Translation
43
220.52084220.52085220.52086220.52087220.52088
1
220.52089
220.520810
2
220.520811220.520812
21
220.520813
8
220.520814
63
220.520815220.520816
10
220.520817
1
220.520818
2
220.520819

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