Yes, indeed but your 3 = my 1 (i.e. the difference between Vulgate and LXX).
One could add another complication that frequently, half verses are referred to, e.g. Num 19:14a or worse Num 19:14aβ.
The people in the very large projects in Lyon, Münster and Göttingen as well as the openbible and osis have dealt with many of these questions.
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On 11/04/13 03:40, Daniel STOEKL BEN EZRA wrote:
> Dear Marjorie
> It is even more complicated than that (as I don’t have to tell you…)
> 1.There are different Bible versions (Greek LXX, Latin Vulgate or
> 2.There are different historical editions of the same Bible version
> (like a modern critical Vulgate or the Clementine Vulgate or
> manuscript X). Even two critical editions of the same Bible version
> might not follow the same versification (like Swete and Rahlfs for the LXX).
3. Different sects have varying collections of books in their bibles.
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