4 qThe rule over the world is in the hands of God,
(h) 10:6–18. Pride in rulers ruins whole nations
9 How should he that is dust and ashes vaunt himselfy,
And smitten him to the uttermost.
(i) 10:19–25. Honour to whom honour is due
Their glory is the fear of God.
(j) 10:26–29. The wrong and the right kind of self-esteem
(= 2 + 2 distichs).
(a) 10:30–11:1. Wisdom rather than mere wealth brings honour
(= 3 distichs).
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Manuscript A, containing ch. 3:6–16:26; this consists of six leaves, and may be of the eleventh century.
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The Greek Version