Paraliterary text: T-S K1.115Paraliterary text T-S K1.115
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A transliterated Latin prayer (borrowed from a Christian thief-catching ordeal), an Arabic version of a gnostic saying of Secundus the Silent Philosopher, a Hebrew praise of God, an Aramaic recipe for path-jumping and the beginning of an Aramaic recipe (for revelation?) to be performed before the Torah-ark (קדם ארונא) of the synagogue. Information from GRU catalog via FGP and Bohak, "Catching a Thief," (2006).
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