Why KJV2011 rather than KJV2010?
A search of the KJV for the word resting gives five matches, all of which qualify the word place or places. The first four have a space (Numbers 10:33, II Chronicles 6:41, Proverbs 24:15, Isaiah 32:18). The fifth (Jeremiah 50:6) has no space. It would be more consistent if the KJV had a space here, so that an exact phrase search for resting place would not omit the fifth occurrence. David Haslam 12:11, 27 January 2011 (UTC)
The provenance of CCEL's KJV ThML file
CCEL's ThML file for the KJV contains 38204 instances of the word osisRef, evidence that it was originally derived from an OSIS XML file. Its revision history has "2002-06-10 Converted from GBF text." David Haslam 11:03, 22 April 2011 (MDT)
- osisRef is part of ThML now, so that's not really evidence of anything (other than that it is ThML). --Osk 08:11, 25 April 2011 (MDT)
- Thanks. David Haslam 09:36, 25 April 2011 (MDT)
Pilcrows in the KJV
Did you know the following?
- There are 2970 ¶ in the KJV
- In the OT, ¶ is found in every book except Psalms & Nahum
- In the NT, ¶ is found only in the four Gospels & Acts
David Haslam 07:30, 23 April 2011 (MDT)
- A book I read recently suggests that the possible reason for this was that the early printers just ran out of moveable type for Pilcrows. See . David Haslam 13:41, 11 July 2011 (MDT)
Pilcrows in the Deuterocanonical books
The apocrypha books in the KJVA module have very few Pilcrow signs. It would be worth checking against a printed edition. David Haslam 02:38, 28 June 2011 (MDT)
Differences between the 1769 British Edition and the 1867 American Edition of the KJV ?
It may of be some use to determine all the minor differences between these two historic editions of the King James Bible.
Both versions are available online in the ABS BibleSearch website. David Haslam 02:46, 28 June 2011 (MDT)