I have looked at many olde Bibles. I noticed in the early (17th century) Bibles a practice that I have not seen in newer Bibles (unless I have just missed it.) The Bibles printed the first word of the next page at the bottom of each page. This is very handy when dealing with thin pages. You have the word in your head when you flip the page and it confirms that you have not turned two pages together. When did this practice start and when did it end? What do you think about this practice? I know this has nothing to do with doctrine, but it is a translational issue that I feel helped when reading the Bible.