Question: What's "The Italic Version"?

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The Italic Version is a version of the Scriptures into Latin on the basis of the Septuagint, executed in N. Italy under episcopal authority from other versions in circulation; being of mixed quality and far from satisfactory, Jerome undertook its revision with the view of a new translation into Latin known as the Vulgate direct from the Hebrew and Greek originals.
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