|Now this is really not so hard. Having got to here, you should have no trouble doing a complete transcript of the passage. Use a pen and paper, going through the text pages. Then check it against ours. If you are working through the scripts chronologically, this is the time to take a big deep breath and enjoy it, because it starts getting hard again.|
|Latin Vulgate Bible, 9th century. British Library add. ms. 10546. (From Fairbank 1952, Pl.7)|
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