This Book of Exodus is from the Bible known as the “Oskan” Bible after its editor, Oskan of Erevan, who founded an influential and important press in Amsterdam. The text, based on a single manuscript from the Cilician kingdom of Armenia, is the first complete printing of the Armenian version of the Old and New Testaments. The woodblock prints bear the initials V.S. for Christophe van Sichem and A.D. for Albrecht Dürer. The woodblock print on the right depicts Moses placed in the river by his mother. On the left, the fiery angel appears to Moses. The initials indicate that both illustrations were the work of van Sichem.