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Title: Kings with Privilege
Subtitle: The Core Source(s) of the Parallel Texts between the Deuteronomistic and Chronistic Histories
Author(s): KALIMI, Isaac
Journal: Revue Biblique
Volume: 119    Issue: 4   Date: 2012   
Pages: 498-517
DOI: 10.2143/RBI.119.4.3203549

Abstract :
The Former Prophets, particularly Kings, were composed against the background of Deuteronomy and inspired by it. Samuel–Kings were composed some time before the composition of Chronicles, thus the parallel texts in latter are based on the former. There is no space for the speculative thesis of Auld and his invented 'shared text'.



Les livres historiques, notamment les Rois, ont été rédigés avec à l’arrière-plan le Deutéronome – et ont été inspirés par ce dernier. Samuel–Rois ont été composés un peu avant les Chroniques, aussi les sections parallèles de ces dernières viennent des premiers. L’hypothèse de Auld et de son «texte partagé» n’a pas lieu d’être.

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