322 TMCB Department of Mathematics Brigham Young University Provo, UT 84602 

Abstract We give an example of a special case of a conjecture relating Galois representations and arithmetic cohomology. The Galois representation is among the first irreducible representations known which is not a twis of a symmetric square of a twodimensional representation, but is apparently related to a cohomology class. The conjecture predicts the existence of several "companion forms," and we give computationon evidence that these forms exist.
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