King James Bible goes on display


An original copy of the 400-year-old King James Bible has gone on display in a private library in Cambridgeshire.

It is part of an exhibition at Elton Hall near Peterborough detailing the history of the Bible in England from the 14th Century through to the King James Bible and how it came about.

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