These include “2 (Syriac Apocalypse of) Baruch (early Second Century A.D.),” trans. A.F.J. Kiln, and “3 (Greek Apocalypse of) Baruch (First to Third Century A.D.),” trans. H.E. Gaylord Jr., in The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, ed. James H. Charlesworth, 2 vols. (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1983), vol. 1, pp. 615–652, 653–679. Baruch figures prominently in the opening of Paraleipomena Jeremiou (see Robert Kraft and Ann-Elizabeth Purintun, eds., Paraleipomena Jeremiou [Missoula, MT: SBL, 1972]). Fourth Baruch, dating from the first to second centuries C.E., was “attributed to Baruch the scribe in the Ethiopic version but to Jeremiah the prophet in the Greek” (S.E. Robinson, “4 Baruch,” in Charlesworth, Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, vol. 2, p. 413).