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the Book of the Twelve, which comprised the books of Hosea, Amos, Micah, and Zephaniah. A growing number of scholars sees this so called “Book of the Four” as the earliest kernel of the Book of the Twelve, upon which all further redactional stages were built. This article gives an overview of

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the Book of the Twelve, which comprised the books of Hosea, Amos, Micah, and Zephaniah. A growing number of scholars sees this so called “Book of the Four” as the earliest kernel of the Book of the Twelve, upon which all further redactional stages were built. This article gives an overview of

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© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 DOI: 10.1163/156853308X344532 Vetus Testamentum 58 (2008) 608-627 Vetus Testamentum www.brill.nl/vt “No Future for the Proud Exultant Ones” The Exilic Book of the Four Prophets (Hos., Am., Mic., Zeph.) as a Concept Opposed to the Deuteronomistic History

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In recent years, the theory of the Book of the Four as a literary precursor of the Book of the Twelve has been gaining significant ground in Biblical Scholarship. 1 Since Nogalski’s ground-breaking study, the corpus of the books of Hosea, Amos, Micah, and Zephaniah has been treated as an early

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Partium author of the Book of the Four Parts ‮ מחבר ספר הארבעה ראשים ‬‎ = author of the Book of the Four Heads § 5.5:1 6

In: Abraham Ibn Ezra Latinus: Henry Bate’s Latin Versions of Abraham Ibn Ezra's Astrological Writings

Deuteronomistic Redaction of the Book of the Four Szabolcs-Ferencz Kató | ORCID: 0000-0002-2013-0457 Department of Old Testament and Hebrew Scriptures, Faculty of Theology and Religion, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa Department of Old Testament, Protestant Theological Institute of Cluj

processes by which the individual books were secondarily connected to or integrated into larger collections. On this basis, Nogalski developed a three-step model according to which, at first, two precursors of the later Book of the Twelve were made—the Book of the Four comprising the books of Hosea, Amos

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processes by which the individual books were secondarily connected to or integrated into larger collections. On this basis, Nogalski developed a three-step model according to which, at first, two precursors of the later Book of the Twelve were made—the Book of the Four comprising the books of Hosea, Amos

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investigate comprise the relationships between the book of Amos and the early books of the Twelve (Hos, Mic, Zeph), the later books of the Twelve (Joel, Hag, Zech, Mal), and Amos’s place in the canonical orders of the Twelve. 2 Amos and the Book of the Four When considering the book of Amos as a

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investigate comprise the relationships between the book of Amos and the early books of the Twelve (Hos, Mic, Zeph), the later books of the Twelve (Joel, Hag, Zech, Mal), and Amos’s place in the canonical orders of the Twelve. 2 Amos and the Book of the Four When considering the book of Amos as a

In: The Book of the Twelve