Cambridge Clarion Bibles are ingeniously designed to deliver a rare combination of readability and portability. They achieve this by using a modern digital font that, like the traditional British typefaces of the past, is clear and easy to read even when set in a modest type size (just under 9 point). The generous line spacing also contributes to the legibility.
Clarion Bibles have two special features: the Bible text is not divided into columns, but runs right across the page, and the cross-references are in the outer margin of the page. Their other distinction is that they use paragraph format, rather than starting every verse on a new line. Both of these typesetting devices make the text very readable and natural.
These Bibles incorporate 15 colour maps and a concordance. They are bound in a choice of superior materials: calf split leather, top-grain calfskin and edge-lined goatskin. and they are beautifully bound in a choice of fine leathers.
text runs across the page like an ordinary book
Features of edition:
15 colour maps
gilt page edges