Assuming that the comission of the Setuagint was accomplished around 250 BCE, It is just possible that indeed around the year 200 before the Common Error (BCE) there could have been other privately owned circulating copies of the Septuagint, probably not for their use in a Jewish synagogue, thus non kosher, but none has been found so far and that does not mean it does not exist.
I have read articles that attest that there was at least a copy of the Septuagint in the Library of Constantinople when it was burned in 473 AD, according to the recounts of Themistios and Constantius, thus, making it plausible the existence of other copies of the Septuagint in the prior 600 years or so.
If you are not referring to the Septuagint, then your question comes into ambiguity or you have posted it in such a general way that any answer may be valid yet unsubstantiated.
We the Jews, mostly Sephardic, have been present in Greece since at least the fourth century BC. However, since there are such strict laws to write the Torah, I have not read ever that even in the times of the Romaniotes, or Jewish Greeks the Torah was read in other language than Hebrew.
Following here some interesting references:
- Short History Of The Jewish Communities In Greece, publicised by the
Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece" (PDF). 26 September
- Usque, Samuel, The Foundation for the Advancement of Sephardic
Studies and Culture.
- Matathia, Rachel. "ΠΟΛΙΤΙΚΕΣ ΣΥΝΑΝΤΗΣΕΙΣ ΓΙΑ ΤΑ ΘΕΜΑΤΑ ΤΟΥ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΟΥ
ΕΒΡΑΪΣΜΟΥ".POLITICAL MEETINGS ON THE ISSUES OF THE GREEK JEWISH.