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On dating biblical texts to the Persian period : discerning criteria and establishing epochs / edited by Richard J. Bautch and Mark Lackowski. [print]

Contributor(s): Bautch, Richard J [[editor]] | Lackowski, Mark, 1985- [[editor]]Material type: TextTextSeries: Forschungen zum Alten Testament. 2. Reihe ; ; 101.Publication details: Tubingen : Mohr Siebeck, [(c)2019. Description: vi, 189 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9783161556500; 316155650XSubject(s): Bible. Old Testament -- History | Bible. Old Testament -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Bible. Old Testament -- Criticism, Textual | Bible -- History | Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Bible -- Criticism, Textual | Bible -- Authorship -- Date of authorship | Israel AltertumGenre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc. | History. LOC classification: BS1171.3.O533 2019BS1171.3.L141.O533 2019COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Criteria and periodization in dating biblical texts to parts of the Persian period David M. Carr The earliest Persian period prophetic texts Joseph Blenkinsopp What is "Persian" in late sixth century B.C.E. prophetic literature? : case studies and criteria Dalit Rom-Shiloni Jeremiah's relations with the "minor prophets" : a window into the formation of the book of the twelve Georg Fischer Dating Zechariah 1-8 : the evidence in favour of and against understanding Zechariah 3 and 4 as sixth century texts Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer The 'amanah of Nehemiah 10 between Deuteronomy and the holiness code Reinhard Achenbach Why did Zerubbabel's adversaries emphasize their foreign origins? Yigal Levin How to identify a Persian period text in the Pentateuch Konrad Schmid The Aaronic blessing (Numbers 6) : its intention and place in the concept of the Pentateuch Raik Heckl Dating texts to the Persian period: the case of Isaiah 63:7-64:11 Richard J. Bautch Dating Esther : historicity and the provenance of Masoretic Esther Jill Middlemas.
Summary: "Earlier generations of scholars found it sufficient to categorize material in the biblical books simply as late or postexilic without adequately trying to determine when, by whom, and why the material was incorporated into the text at a fixed point in the Persian period. By grappling with these questions, the essays in this volume evince a greater degree of precision vis-a-vis dating and historical context. The authors introduce the designations early Persian, middle Persian, and late Persian in their textual analysis, and collectively they take significant steps toward developing criteria for locating a biblical text within the Persian period"--back cover.
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Criteria and periodization in dating biblical texts to parts of the Persian period David M. Carr The earliest Persian period prophetic texts Joseph Blenkinsopp What is "Persian" in late sixth century B.C.E. prophetic literature? : case studies and criteria Dalit Rom-Shiloni Jeremiah's relations with the "minor prophets" : a window into the formation of the book of the twelve Georg Fischer Dating Zechariah 1-8 : the evidence in favour of and against understanding Zechariah 3 and 4 as sixth century texts Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer The 'amanah of Nehemiah 10 between Deuteronomy and the holiness code Reinhard Achenbach Why did Zerubbabel's adversaries emphasize their foreign origins? Yigal Levin How to identify a Persian period text in the Pentateuch Konrad Schmid The Aaronic blessing (Numbers 6) : its intention and place in the concept of the Pentateuch Raik Heckl Dating texts to the Persian period: the case of Isaiah 63:7-64:11 Richard J. Bautch Dating Esther : historicity and the provenance of Masoretic Esther Jill Middlemas.

"Earlier generations of scholars found it sufficient to categorize material in the biblical books simply as late or postexilic without adequately trying to determine when, by whom, and why the material was incorporated into the text at a fixed point in the Persian period. By grappling with these questions, the essays in this volume evince a greater degree of precision vis-a-vis dating and historical context. The authors introduce the designations early Persian, middle Persian, and late Persian in their textual analysis, and collectively they take significant steps toward developing criteria for locating a biblical text within the Persian period"--back cover.

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