This completes the text of the Psalm. You can see punctuation marks consisting of variable numbers of dots at the ends of some lines, indicating the weight of pauses.
|Vespasian Psalter, 8th century (British Library, CottonVespasian A1 f.53r). All photographs by permission of the British Library. Reproduction of these images is permitted under Creative Commons licence.|
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