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The first complete translation of the Bible into English was the Wycliffe Bible. However, a significant number of books (including the Pentateuch, Psalms, Proverbs, and the four Gospels) were all translated into Old English in Anglo-Saxon times.
Modern translations are marked with an asterisk after them.
Books - Bēc
- Ȝecyndbēc Lēoþ (poetic interpretation and retelling of Genesis)
- Ūtfæreldes Lēoþ (peoteic interpretation and retelling of Exodus)