Biblia RiveinaThe Reina–Valera is a Spanish translation of the Bible originally published in 1602 until[1] United Bible Societies in 1909 revised the earlier translation produced in 1569 by Casiodoro de Reina.[clarification needed]. This translation was known as the "Biblia del Oso" (in English: Bear Bible)[2] because the illustration on the title page showed a bear trying to reach a container of honeycombs hanging from a tree.[3] Since that date, it has undergone various revisions notably those of 1602, 1862, 1909, 1960, 1977, 1995,[1] and more recently in 2011.

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