After the martyrdom of Tyndale, a certain John Rogers fell heir to his manuscript translation of the books from Joshua to II Chronicles, and it was he who published what is known as "Matthew's Bible. " The identity of the "Thomas Matthew" whose name appears on the title page has not been determined with certainty.
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