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The Supposed Common Authorship of Chronicles and Ezra-Nehemia Investigated Anew

In: Vetus Testamentum
Author: Sara Japhet1
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Vetus Testamentum IOSOT ( 2013 ) 36-76 brill.com/vt Vetus Testamentum © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 1968 DOI: 10.1163/15685330-99000008 The Supposed Common Authorship of Chronicles and Ezra-Nehemia Investigated Anew Sara Japhet Jerusalem ( Isr. ) Dedicated with deep gratitude to Professor I. L. Seeligmann A basic hypothesis in the study of Chr. and of Ezr.-Neh. is the supposition that these two books originally formed one continuous work, written or compiled by one author: “the Chronicler”. The work in its entirety is generally termed “The Chronistic Historiography”. Accordingly, it was only during the process of transmission and canonization that the book was

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