Amos was a Byzantine scribe during the 1st century. He and Rayhab and Reuben were translating the Gospel of Mark into Greek.

When the First Doctor saw the translation in 64 A.D., he criticised it for being "as dry as stale bread". He advised the scribes to follow their inspiration, rather than aim for accuracy. (PROSE: Byzantium!)

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