Variae Lectiones Veteris Testamenti collates all available manuscripts and printed editions of the Old Testament in a search for variations. This work was initiated by the pioneering English scholar Benjamin Kennicott and completed by the Italian De Rossi, and is considered to be among the great bibliographic projects of the eighteenth century. Each ponderous volume is a complete version of section of the Old Testament with a list of collated texts. Each volume, excluding the last, is crowned with a subscription list ranging from Italy to England and Poland. Additionally, there are two supplements included in Volumes IV and V. The last volume contains a specimen of a project for the publication of the Syro-Hexapla: Psalm I in Greek, Syriac, and Latin. Biblical scholars will especially find this to be a worthy addition to their collections.