The first evidence of the Proto-Rabbinic text in Samuel is found in the recension of the Theodotionic School, the so-called Kaige Recension. This systematic Greek recension from the end of the first century B.C. is inspired by principles similar to those that emerged in the era of Hillel and, no doubt, may be assigned to scholars of the same parry that published the Rabbinic Recension. The Hebrew text used as the base of this revision is Proto-Rabbinic, to be sure, not identical with the fully-fixed Pharisaic Bible at all points. Only the revision of this Kaige Recension by Aquila brought the Greek text fully in line with the Rabbinic Recension.