Which agrees most with the Authorized version of the bible? Personally i’d say the Old Latin or the Vetus Latina. First off, the Vetus Latina contains scriptures usually left out by the Peshitta and confirms many New Testament scriptures.
The Vetus Latina is also what most people claim the Waldenses were protecting and that later turned into the first French Olivetan bible which also turned into the Geneva Bible. So we can easily say that the KJV or Geneva Bible had their roots in the Vetus Latina and not so much the Peshitta. I’m not saying the Peshitta is useless or anything but i’d stick with the Vetus Latina for now.
The Syriac Peshitta would be heard to agree with the Byzantine text type. People basically believe that the KJV and the Peshitta agree but the Peshitta has many Alexandrian and Western readings and more supports Alexandrian text type than the Byzantine text type.
EDIT: These books are not found in the original Peshitta: Revelation, III John, II Peter and Jude
Those who believe in the Peshitta primacy will be shocked to know that the book of Revelation was only added in the 19th century. Along with 2 Peter, 2 John and more books ( cant remember which ones now, will do a post about it later).
The Peshitta is missing Revelation and a bunch of books. (The modern ones had to to make a substitution)
A 12 Century manuscript of the Peshitta. It actually is a complete version of the Peshitta but as mentioned 12th century. Containing 22 books it lacks the books of Revelation, III John, II Peter and Jude. Like other Peshitta versions it lacks these books as usual.
The book of Hebrew is damaged in the Khaboris Codex.
People often site (or is that cite?) Hebrew, Greek, Aramic has the biblical languages but this is not totally correct. The true languages of the bible, desputed version or manuscripts and undisputed is Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Hebrew-Aramic, Syrian and Syrian-Aramic (not sure how to really say this one).
Latin was used in the days of Jesus as the inscription on the cross was also written in Latin.
The only three languages on the cross was Hebrew, Greek, Latin. The language of the Peshita was not on the inscriptions on the cross.