HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF TRANSLATION

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HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF TRANSLATION
CARRIED OUT BY: Katherine Bravo
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Ricardo Santamaría J
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Event Date
Event Name/Description
7th century
The birth of Islam
In the late late 19th century
A new language called Esperanto was created by
Ludwig Zamenhoff.
In the 1960s
The Catholic Church decided to allow celebrating
Mas in the vernacular rather than in Latin.
In the 9th century
St. Cyril and St.Methodius introduced Christianity
to the Slavic world.
In the 9th century
The beginning of Bible translation into English
under Alfred the great, into French under
Charlemagne.
In the 16th century
The Reformation
1579-1593
The Kralice Bible in the Czech language is
considered the greatest example of the Classical
Czech.
In the 9th century
The bible translation with Alfred the great.
In the 16th century
Once again that biblical translation in England
reached the level of high drama.
Event Date
Event Name/Description
In 1611
The Authorized Version of the Bible in England,
namely, the King James Version was published.
The 7th to the 13th century
Translators played a critical role in making Islam
the standard-bearer of civilization.
In the 12th and 13th century
School of translators of Toledo, flourished in that
beautiful Spanish city.
In 1922
The Republic of Ireland was formed.
It dates back anywhere between 6,000
and 10,000.
One of the earliest dictionaries known to us was
discovered a few years ago by Italian
archeologists, in the ancient town of Ebla in the
Middle East.
1,300-300 B.C.
The Hebrew Bible was created