The American Standard Version (ASV) is an English translation of the Bible, designed to update and revise the 1611 King James Bible. The work began in 1870 and was published in 1901 by Thomas Nelson and Sons. The work became popular in seminaries of the time.
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The American Standard Version is a public domain text and can be used in its entirety without permission in most parts of the world.