Who Wrote the King James Bible?

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In 1604 to 1611, the Church of England did an English translation of the Christian bible known as the Authorized King James Version. It was the third translation after the Great Bible commissioned by the Church of England and the Bishop's Bible of 1568.
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The translation of the King James Bible was by 47 scholars, all of whom were members of the Church of England.
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