[1]  Die Heilige Schrift des Alten Bundes (connects two separate descriptions: of plagues and of Passover).
[2]  S. Łach (The paschal night and the exit out of Egypt); R.J. Clifford (the tenth plague: the death of first–born children of Egyptians and the accompanying rituals); A. Spreafico (First–born sons and Passover).
[3]  S. Styś (12,1–21: The first law about the solemnity of Passover; 12,43–13,16: The group of ceremonial laws.
[4]  J. Frankowski (The paschal night. The Lamb and unleavened bread).
[5]  Biblia Poznańska (Passover: 1–14: First instructions; 15–20: The feast of unleavened bread; 21–36: The death of first–born sons).
[6]  Das Alte Testament (Das Pascha); J. Scharbert, Exodus (Die Neue Echter Bibel. Kommentar zum Alten Testament mit der Einheitsübersetzung, 24 ),Würzburg 1989, s. 49 (Das Pascha); H. C. Propp, The Anchor Bible. Exodus 1–18. A new translation with Introduction and Commentary, New York 1999, p. IX–XIII („And You will observe this day as an eternal rule”); B. S. Childs, The Book of Exodus. A Critical Theological Commentary, Philadelphia 1974, p. VII – VIII (Passover and Exodus).
[7]  The New American Bible (12,1–20: The Passover Ritual Prescribed; 12,21–28: Promulgation of the Passover; 12,43–51: Passover Regulations)
[8]  G. Ravasi, Esodo (Libro dell’), [in:] P. Rossano, G. Ravasi, A. Girlanda (red.), Nuovo Dizionario di Teologia Biblica, Milano ³1989, 510.
[9]  The Jerusalem Bible (12,1–14: The Passover; 12,21–28: Injunctions relating to the Passover; 12,43–51: Ordinances for the Passover); La Bible (12,1–14: La fête de la Pâque; 12,21–28: Préparation du repas de la Pâque; 12,43–51: Règle pour célébrer la Pâque)
[10] J. F. Craghan, Księga Wyjścia, [in:] W. R. Farmer (red.); S. McEvenue, A. J. Levoratti, D. L. Dungan (joint editors); W. Chrostowski (red. nauk. wyd. polskiego), T. Mieszkowski, P. Pachciarek (joint editors), Międzynarodowy komentarz do Pisma Świętego: komentarz katolicki i ekumeniczny na XXI wiek, Warszawa 2000, 337: the author differentiates the feast of unleavened bread (Exod 13,3–10) from the Passover. See also in numerous editions of the Bible.