See DJD 3, pp. 143–144. More recently, chief scroll editor Emanuel Tov has also suggested that all the fragments from this cave are from the Septuagint: “probably all biblical,” he writes; see Tov, “The Biblical Texts from the Judean Desert—An Overview and Analysis of all the Published Texts,” in The Bible as Book: The Hebrew Bible and the Judaean Desert Discoveries, Proceedings of the Conference Held at Hampton Court, Herefordshire, 18–21 June 2000, edited by E.D. Herbert and Emanuel Tov (London: British Library, 2002), p. 150.