<p style='text-align: justify;'>The Aramaic Levi Document. This is a medieval copy (10th c. or earlier) of a work found in fragmentary form at Qumran (seven fragments dating probably from 2nd c. BCE, although the work itself may date from a century before that). This piece was the first part of this work to be identified, by H. L. Pass in 1900; subsequently other parts of the same original manuscript have been discovered in Oxford and Manchester. The text contained in this fragment corresponds to Aramaic Levi 1:1-3 and 11:5-13:12 in the Greenfield, Stone and Eshel edition (2004).</p>
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