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In an interview with The Christian Post, Miller explained that he discovered the work among the collected papers of Samuel Ward, a translator who worked on the KJV, which were held at the University of Cambridge."Specifically, I thought I might maybe find, say, a letter that was relevant, an unknown piece of correspondence, something like that," said Miller, who located such sources, but then found a document listed as MSWard-B."It doesn't necessarily look like what one maybe would have expected a draft of the King James Bible to look like …
the discovery was unexpected in a variety of ways."MSWard-B was initially labeled as a document that included a "Bible commentary," but specifics as to what the document included were largely unknown by the overseers of the collection.
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An American scholar has found the earliest known draft of the 1611 authorized version of the Bible, commonly called the King James Version.
Jeffrey Alan Miller, an assistant professor of English at Montclair State University in New Jersey, recently uncovered the document while researching an essay.
Miller told CP that, given its origins, there is "no dispute" that the document in question is an authentic source from Ward."There's no dispute at all that it's a document of Samuel Ward, that it's in a notebook that Samuel Ward owned," said Miller."Even before I realized that this was a draft of the King James Bible, we've known for a long time that this notebook belonged to Samuel Ward."Miller added that the notebook was "clearly" in the handwriting of Ward, who had what Miller described as "distinctly bad" handwriting.