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Recent work by Ernest A. Muro, Jr. and Emile Puech identify certain of these Cave 7 fragments as parts of the Book of Enoch. Mr. Muro's web site provides copies of these fragments, an introduction to the fragments from this cave, the complete text of his December 1997 article in Revue de Qumran, and a summary of the related article by Fr. Puech in the same issue. Their analyses cover fragments 4, 8, and 11 - 14.
M. Baillet, DJD III, 142-143, pl. XXX. Remains of chap. 28 of Exodus, in Greek.
M. Baillet, DJD III, 143, pl. XXX. Remains of the Letter of Jeremiah, vv. 43-44.
M. Baillet, DJD III, 143-144, pl. XXX. Unidentified Greek manuscripts. Many of these have been ascribed to various biblical texts, however, the various authors are not always in agreement as to which fragment goes with which biblical text.
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