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This template produces links to both the King James Version of the Bible on English Wikisource, and the Stuttgart Vulgate on Latin Wikisource.
book: may be specified by the English name, the Latin name, or an abbreviation, as in the following table. The periods on the abbreviations are optional.
c:v: chapter:verse for both sources, or for the KJV if the references differ (as in most Psalms)
c2:v2: chapter:verse for the Vulgate if the references differ. Omit if the references are the same.
||Verbum caro factum est (KJV) (Vulgate)|
||The Lord is my shepherd (KJV) (Vulgate)|
||Thou shalt not kill (KJV) (Vulgate)|
||numerus eius est sescenti sexaginta sex (KJV) (Vulgate)|
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