Ostrog BiblePhototypic re-edition of the edition of 1581
was made under the supervision of I.V.Dergacheva according to the copies of Gorky Scientific Library of the MSU.
Moscow-Leningrad. Publishing house. "Slovo-Art",1988)
This Bible is very important for New Chronology, as it contain a lot of evidence of authentic, not till the end "wiped out" Russian history. See details in the book of A.T.Fomenko and G.V.Nosovskiy "Biblical Russia"
In later Bibles the editors cunningly wiped off "North traces" (mentioning of snow, ice etc.), which were still remaining on the pages of Ostrog Bible and indicating, in particular, that many important Biblical events took place in Russia, not in hot countries of the Middle East and African Egypt.
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