A 1560 translation of the Bible into English popularly known as the “” from its rendering of Genesis 3:7 (“They made themselves breeches”-AV “aprons”). It was translated at Geneva by a committee of Protestant exiles which probably included and John Knox. Its Calvinistic annotations greatly irritated James I of England, but delighted and instructed his increasingly Puritan subjects. Used widely for two generations, it became the official version of the Scottish Kirk and the household Bible of English- speaking Protestants everywhere. Gradually replaced by the of 1611, the last was published in 1644.