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Was the LXX ending to Job written in Greek?
The Septuagint's ending to Job begins: And it is written that he shall rise again with the ones whom the Lord shall raise up. This man is described by the Syriac book as dwelling in the land of Uz ...
Jun 4 '13 at 3:12
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