The creation of the King James or Authorized Version of the Bible (1611) was initiated by the newly crowned James I and carried out by scholars and clergymen in Oxford and Cambridge. The intention was to provide a single English language Bible founded on Greek and Hebrew originals which would be used throughout the whole Church. It is arguably the most influential single document for English literary studies.
The text of the ‘He’ version contained here comprises the Old and New Testaments and the Apocrypha. All introductory matter, annotation, calendars, genealogies and tables are included and fully searchable.