The first edition of a text found at Nag Hammadi was from the Jung Codex, a partial translation of which appeared in Cairo in , and a single extensive facsimile edition was planned.
Those of us who are awake among the Sleeple! In , the brothers became involved in a feud , and left the manuscripts with a Coptic priest. Neither originally reported the find, as they sought to make money from the manuscripts by selling them individually at intervals. A third, completely revised, edition was published in The Canon of the New Testament: The buried manuscripts date from the 3rd and 4th centuries.