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T W'illrich). * L. ) it JEWISH ANTIQUITIES, XII. 104-108 bitiou';lv and painstakinsjlv as possible to make the translation accurate, continuing at their work until the ninth hour," when they took a recess to attend to their bodilv wants, for food was liberally supplied them and Dorotheus, moreover, furnished them — with many of the dishes prepared for the king this by his command. And early each day they would go to the court, pay their respects to Ptolemy and then go back to the same place ^ and, after washing their hands in the sea and purifying themselves," would betake themselves in this state to the translaNow, when the Law had been tion of the laws.

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