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Resources for the Syro-Hexapla

The Syro-Hexapla is a literal translation into Syriac of Origen's Septuagint column. The first full translation is thought to have been made by Pawlos of Tella around 616-17 AD. The Sryo-Hexapla has proved to be of immense value to scholars due to the preservation of Origen's critical signs as well as occasional fragments from other versions of the Septuagint.