I found this site while searching for information on Bible Versions. It is the History and Chronology of the English Bible. It starts at 440 AD to 2002. A Chronology of the English Bible listing the events in the history of the English versions of Scripture, and of the place of Scripture in the church and in society. 440. Roman legions withdraw from Britain. 450. Anglo-Saxon invasions and settlement of Britain displace the native Celts in the south. 597. Pope Gregory sends missionaries to Ethelbert of Kent, in the southeast of Britain. 669. Theodore of Tarsus becomes archbishop of Canterbury, promotes episcopal hierarchy and Roman culture in the south of Britain. 670. The herdsman Caedmon in northern Britain composes poems based on Biblical narratives in Old English. 825. Vespasian Psalter gives interlinear Old English translation. 856. Danes begin large scale invasion of eastern Britain. Destruction of monasteries there. 878. King Alfred halts Danish invasion, divides Britain by treaty. Danes inhabit northeast half of Britain. 900. Paris Psalter gives Old English version of the first fifty Psalms. 924. Ethelstan becomes King and pursues conciliation and fushion with the Danes. Oda (a full-blooded Dane) appointed archbishop of Canterbury. 950. Aldred (Bishop of Durham) writes Old English between the lines of the Lindisfarne Gospels. 970. Faerman (Priest in Yorkshire) makes the first Old English version of the Gospel of Matthew in the Rushworth Gospels, based upon Aldred's gloss. 1000. England overwhelmed by new invasion of Danes. King Ethelred flees to allies in Normandy. Aelfric (Abbot in Oxfordshire) translates abridged Pentateuch and several other portions of Scripture into Old English. Wessex Gospels give first Old English version of all four gospels. http://www.bible-researcher.com/history2.html This is for information only. This is not a KJVO debate thread. There are links on that site that are very informative. Please feel free to post your comments. If you have any information on Bible Versions and where they came from, feel free to post that also.