500 BC: Completion of All Original Hebrew Manuscripts which make up the 39 Books of the Old Testament.
200 BC: Completion of the Septuagint Greek Manuscripts which contain the 39 Old Testament Books AND 14 Apocrypha Books.
1st Century AD: Completion of all Original Greek Manuscripts which make up the 27 Books of the New Testament.
390 AD: Jeromes Latin Vulgate Manuscripts produced which contain all 80 Books (39 Old Test. + 14 Apocrypha + 27 New Test.).
500 AD: Scriptures have been translated into over 500 languages.
600 AD: Latin was the only language allwed for Scripture.
995 AD: Anglo-Saxon (early roots of English language) translations of the New Testament produced.
1384 AD: Wycliffe is the first person to produce a (hand-written) manuscript copy of the complete Bible; all 80 Books.
1455 AD: Gutenberg invents the printing press; books may now be mass-produced instead of individually hand-written. The first book ever printed is Gutenbergs Bible in Latin.
1516 AD: Erasmus produces a Greek/Latin parallel New Testament.
1522 AD: Martin Luthers German New Testament.
1525 AD: William Tyndales New Testament; the first New Testament to be printed in the English language.
1535 AD: Myles Coverdales Bible; the first complete Bible to be printed in the English language (80 Books: O.T. & N.T. & Apocrypha).
1537 AD: Matthews Bible; the second complete Bible to be printed in English. Done by John Thomas Matthew Rogers (80 Books).
1539 AD: The Great Bible printed; the first English language Bible to be authorized for public use (80 Books.)
1560 AD: The Geneva Bible printed; the first English language Bible to add numbered verses to each chapter (80 Books).
1568 AD: The Bishops Bible printed; the Bible of which the King James was a revision (80 Books).
1609 AD: The Douay Old Testament is added to the Rheimes New Testament (of 1582) making the first complete English Catholic Bible; translated from the Latin Vulage (80 Books).
1611 AD: The King James Bible printed; originally with all 80 Books. The Apocrypha was officially removed in 1885 leaving only 66 Books.
1782 AD: Robert Aitkens Bible; the first English language Bible (a King James Version without Apocrypha) to be printed in America.
1791 AD: Isaac Collins and Isaiah Thomas respectively produce the first Family Bible and first Illustrated Bible printed in America. Both were King James Versions, with all 80 Books.
1808 AD: Jane Aitkens Bible (Daughter of Robert Aitken); the first Bible to be printed by a woman.
1833 AD: Noah Websters Bible; after producing his famous dictionary, Webster printed his own revision of the King James Bible.
1841 AD: English Hexapla New Testament; an early textual comparison showing the Greek and 6 famous English translations in parallel columns.
1846 AD: The Illuminated Bible; the most lavishly illustrated Bible printed in America. A King James Version, with all 80 Books.
1885 AD: The Revised Version Bible; the first major English revision of the King James Bible.
1901 AD: The American Standard Version; the first major American revision of the King James Bible.
1971 AD: The New American Standard Bible (NASB) is published as a Modern and Accurate Word for Word English Translation of the Bible.
1973 AD: The new International Version (NIV) is published as a Modern and Accurate Phrase for Phrase English Translation of the Bible.
1982 AD: The New King James Version (NKJV) is published as a Modern English Version Maintaining the Original Style of the King James.