The New English Bible (NEB).

This was not a revision like the RSV but a completely new translation from the Hebrew and the Greek. Many scholars from Great Britain headed up by C. H. Dodd worked on this project. The New Testament was released in 1961, exactly 350 years after the first publishing of the KJV and the complete version in 1970. The NEB was immediately loved in Britain having been written in a very modern yet dignified way. It was criticized for being a little too sophisticated and therefore less popular in the United States. Some scholars say that there are many theological problems with the Greek renderings of the NEB and can be misleading to the person who doesn't know any Greek.