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  1. The Nash Papyrus are a collection of four papyrus fragments acquired in Egypt by W. L. Nash and first described by Stanley A. Cook in 1903. (Web site)
  2. The Nash Papyrus, a 2nd century BCE manuscript containing variations from the Masoretic Text.

Text

  1. This witness is the Nash Papyrus, which was written perhaps around 50 or 100 B.C. and which contains portions of the text of Exodus 20 and of Deuteronomy 6. (Web site)

Nash

  1. The Nash Papyrus are a collection of four papyrus fragments acquired in Egypt by W. L. Nash and first described by Stanley A. Cook in 1903.

Ten Commandments

  1. The Nash Papyrus (2nd century BCE) contains a portion of the Masoretic Text, specifically the Ten Commandments and the Shema Yisrael prayer.

Nash Papyrus

  1. The Nash Papyrus (2nd century BC) contains a portion of a pre-Masoretic Text, specifically the Ten Commandments and the Shema Yisrael prayer. (Web site)
  2. The Nash Papyrus from Egypt, containing a copy of the Ten Commandments, is the only other Hebrew document of comparable antiquity.
  3. Nash Papyrus, oldest known biblical fragment, containing the Hebrew text of the ten commandments.

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  1. Prophecy > Prophets > Moses > Ten Commandments
  2. Bible > Old Testament > Hebrew Bible > Masoretic Text
  3. Hebrew Text
  4. Nash
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