How Many Times Has the Bible Been Translated?

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From the original Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek, the Bible has been translated into about 2500 languages of the world. Considering the fact that the world has about 6900 languages, this translates to more than a third of the world’s languages. The Septuagint, written in Greek was the first translation done at around the third century A.D.
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