Detail from Papyrus Joseph Smith IV and V Excerpts from Oliver Cowdery's Letter

The representation of the god-head--three, yet in one, is curiously drawn to give simply, though impressively, the writers views of that exalted personage.

The serpent, represented as walking, or formed in a manner to be able to walk, standing in front of, and near a female figure

Enoch's Pillar, as mentioned by Josephus, is upon the same roll.


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