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Michael Avioz

judgment oracle. Josephus omits the narrative in ch. 21 and uses the narrative in ch. 37, 29 as the latter is mostly narrative and thus allows him to adhere to his usual methodology. This rule, however, does not always apply: in Ant . 10.181 Josephus notes that Moab was destroyed, in accordance with


Andrew G. Shead

emerge, especially if it was geographically isolated in a long, narrow transmission stream. Methodologically our investigation suggests that the sort of literary analysis that will be most fruitful for textual decisions may not in the first instance be independent redaction criticism of each text, but