A related issue is the possible presence of the Book of Giants on the same manuscripts as some of the Enoch booklets. Milik had argued that in an earlier form of the collection, the Book of Giants occupied the place now taken by the Book of Parables; it was replaced by the Book of Parables in Christian times. (Milik [The Books of Enoch, pp. 57–58, 89–98, 298–339] thought the Book of Parables was a Christian composition.) Nickelsburg has little to say about this issue, but if the Book of Giants did appear on manuscripts 4Q204 and 4Q206, Milik has a strong case that it was considered part of an Enochic collection at Qumran. And if so, the commentary should have included it.