When I copied the paragraphs from the individual sources I noticed I had introduced errors, ommissions and misspellings. (This website has no spelling checker). So I appreciate the problem. This is why even the number 666 in Revelation is uncertain because some ancient manuscripts read 616. Interestingly though it is perhaps not a simple copying error and may be more complex than it might appear. My Peake's says this: The Greek word behind reackon means to calculate with numbers. The name Neron Caesar satisfies this numerical calculation, and it has the added advantage that it explains the variant reading ' 616 ', for that would be Nero Caesar. To reach this conclusion a reader would have to imagine the name to be written in Hebrew characters. (I can't reproduce the Heb. charaters on my keyboard). It might be interesting to see what the Van Rensburgs make of the 666 variants. I've checked and they only have a copy with 666 in it. .