What is the Book of Kells?
The Book of Kells is an ancient illuminated script which is housed in Trinity College, Dublin. Because of its age it is obviously all written and illustrated by hand in what is known as Insular Script.
In 382, Pope Damasus asked Jerome, a scholar, to produce a Latin version of the Bible. This translation of the Bible was called the Vulgate, and this became the most used of the Bible.
The Book of Kells is mainly the Vulgate translation.
Here is a very brief look at The Book of Kells.