This series of Bible illustrations is arranged in three groups. The first group provides examples of ancient alphabets or writing systems pertinent to the Bible, then shows representative pages or passages from early Bible translations in various languages, and finishes by showing images of pages from early English translations. Group two consists of images illustrating the history, culture, and religion of ancient Egypt, Babylonia, and Assyria. The third group illustrates the historical context in which the New Testament came to be. The Logos edition of this late 19th century public domain work will interest text historians, students of Bible translation, and anyone interested in the Bible’s historical and cultural setting.