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From: 1 Enoch 1

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Endpapers The endpapers display manuscripts of the Aramaic, Greek, and Ethiopic versions of 1 Enoch. The front endpaper reproduces the extant fragments of columns 2-4 of 4QEng, containing the Aramaic of 1 Enoch 91:1094 :1, as reconstructed byJ. T. Milik, The Books ofEnoch: Aramaic Fragments ofQumran Cave 4 (Oxford: Clarendon, 1976) 245-72. Photo reproduced by permission of the Israel Antiquities Authority. The left back endpaper reproduces folio 12 recto of the Chester Beatty-Michigan papyrus of 1 Enoch, containing the Greek of 1 Enoch 104:10-106:7 (minus chapter 105). Photo reproduced by permission of the Papyrology Collection, Graduate Library, University of Michigan. The right back endpaper reproduces the first page of the Ethiopic manuscript g (BL Orient. 485), containing 1 Enoch 1:1-8. Lines with light lettering are rubicated (written with red ink). Photo reproduced by permission of the British Library. XX ...