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being one hundred more than three hundred

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In chapter one, The Beginnings, Howard provides an enlightening history of (as she refers to it), "one of the world's rare treasures: the Great Library", also known as the Alexandrian Library, which existed in Alexandria, Egypt in 400 CE (11).
400 CE (about 200 years prior to the Babylonian Talmud or Bavli), records Jewish scholarly thought on both the written law (the Torah) and oral law (Mishnah), which address all aspects of life in Israel.
The seals range in time from about 1800 BCE to about 400 CE, and in size from less than a centimeter to almost 10 centimeters.