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The Biblical World
Oxyrhynchus continues to supply biblical and patristic fragments to the student of the Septuagint and early Christian literature. Part VIII of the Oxyrhynchus Papyri, which has just appeared, opens with nine theological fragments, five of them on parchment and four on papyrus. A bit of the Old Latin version of Gen., chaps. 5, 6, of the fourth century, preserves some verses not otherwise extant in that imperfectly preserved version. Two fragments of the Septuagint of Exodus (chaps. 31, 32, anddoi:10.1086/474517 fatcat:zjyxhwlwmngnporc5r7232fk2e