This book, along with Eccelsiasticus, received most attention from the annotators, from Stritmatter and from other Oxfordians. Latterly it's become a favourtite here too. Because this book, more than any other, suggests that the prupose of at least one if the annotators was liturgical rather than artisitic.

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