Jerome's translation of the Greek and Hebrew Scriptures into the common language of the Roman Empire, Latin, was completed in 405. Until the Protestant Reformation this was the ONLY Bible used. Initially it was copied by hand (manuscripts), later after the invention of the printing press (1450 onwards) it bacame available in printed editions. The Latin Vulgate was recognized as authoritative during the Council of Trent (1546) and became the official Bible of the Roman Catholic Church. These Latin Bibles are commonly referred to as the Biblia Sacra (literally Holy Scriptures/Books in Latin)
All Bibles printed in the first 50 years after the introduction of the printing press (period 1450-1500) are referred to as the 'Incunabula' or 'Incunable'.