No translation of the bible is said to be inspired AS A TRANSLATION. The Vulgate is inspired inasmuch as it is faithful to the original. The Council of Trent did not pass judgment on the translation, but it said that it was free from doctrinal error.
After the invention of printing, the Vulgate has had various editions, where some minor changes have been made after studying the extent manuscripts of the Vulgate.
However, there has been a revised edition of the Vulgate called the* Nova Vulgata*. This is based, not on manuscripts of the Vulgate, but on the manuscripts of the original languages. and has many changes, but not really substantial. Still, the text of the original Vulgate, its vocabulary and grammar have been preserved whenever possible.
There are more manuscripts of the bible, the Vulgate included, than for any ancient author and by a very wide margin. Our bibles are closer to the original than any other ancient writing.
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