Logos Bible Verse Maps - different chapter and verse breaks

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Scott Sanjay Hayes | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, May 5 2016 12:10 PM

I've noted that there's some documentation on different groups of Bibles using different chapter and verse breaks here.

http://wiki.logos.com/Bible_Verse_Maps/

However, it doesn't show that some verses break in different places.  For example, HCSB places "I have been crucified with Christ" in Galatians 2:19, while NET and others place it in Galatians 2:20.

Does anyone know the history of these different versifications? 

Are there names attached to the different versification styles? 
Paris Vulgate style?
Clementine Vulgate style?
Geneva Bible style?
Archbishop of Canterbury Stephen Langton (known by the Latin name Stephanus)?
Rabbi Nathan?
Robert Estienne (also known by the Latin name Stephanus)?

Are there any resources already in the Logos library that explain these differences?  Since Logos works with all these texts, I figured maybe someone there knows about this topic?

Thanks!

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, May 5 2016 3:12 PM

The verse maps shown in the wiki were developed by a user (MVP Mark Barnes) using a workbench tool against the SQLLite database. It doesn't appear to have been updated in the last couple of years.

I have never seen names for them beyond the very broad such as Masoretic/LXX Psalm numbering. I'd like to see the documentation extended slightly to show the verses that do not exist (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Bible_verses_not_included_in_modern_translations) or things like the subscription to Job.

It would be nice if Logos has details behind their work.

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