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(2) Egyptian, or Coptic, Versions The first Christians of Lower Egypt commonly used Greek, but the natives generally spoke Coptic (see EGYPT, VI, COPTIC LITERATURE), which is now recognized in four dialects, viz.: Bohairic, Sahidic, Akhmimic and Fayûmic (Middle Egyptian ).

The first and the most original is that of Aquila, a native of Sinope in Pontus, a proselyte to Judaism, and according to St.

Jerome, a pupil of Rabbi Akiba who taught in the Palestinian schools, 95-135.

It also showed parts not appearing in the original, as the deuterocanonical fragments of Daniel, the postscript of Job, the Book of Baruch, but not the Book of Esther.

It was not approved by the Jews but was favourably received by the Christians.

Origin gave it a place in his "Hexapla" and from it supplied parts missing in the Septuagint. Irenæus used its text of Daniel, which was afterwards adopted in the Church.

(4) Version of Symmachus This appeared at the close of the second century.

Aquila, taking the Hebrew as he found it, proves in his rendering to be "a slave to the letter".

When his version appeared, about 130, its rabbinical character won approval from the Jews but distrust from the Christians. Jerome found it of value in the study of the original text and of the methods of Jewish interpretation in the early Christian years.

It undoubtedly originated from the Septuagint and Greek manuscripts, but present texts do not certainly represent the original version and may possibly be a later translation from the Arabic or Coptic.

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