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The Book Of Tobit In Codex Sinaiticus Text And Translation

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This chapter briefly discusses the text and translation of the book of Tobit in Codex Sinaiticus. It is a story of Tobit, the son of Tobiel, the son of Hananiel, the son of Aduel, the son of Gabael, the son of Raphael, the son of Raguel from the seed of Asiel of the tribe of Naphtali, who was captured in the days of Shalmaneser, the King of the Assyrians, from Thisbe, which is south of Kedesh-Naphtali in the Upper Galilee northwest of Hazor, north of Phogor. The discussion in the chapter covers Tobit's origins and deportation to Nineveh, Tobit's death, Tobit prayer to god, Sarah's travails and her prayer for death.

Keywords: Nineveh; Sarah; Tobit



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