Where and when was the Bible written and which languages was it written in?

The Bible was written in 3 continents (Africa, Asia, and Europe) over the span of about 1500 years, and the languages used were Hebrew (Old Testament), Aramaic, and Greek (New Testament).  Of even greater interest is the fact that although many of the authors did not know each other, live at the same time as the others,  or even live on the same continent at the same time, the Bible contains one basic story and theme throughout.  No other book can make that claim.