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Chronology and Recensional Development in the Greek Text of Kings

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ISBN 9780674433328

Publication Date: 01/01/1968

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  • Introduction
  • Part 1: Recension Development in the Greek Text of Samuel and Kings
    • The Old Greek
    • Proto-Lucian
    • The Kaiye Recension
    • The Hexaplaric Recension
  • Part 2: Chronologies in the Books of Kings
    • The Chronological Framework
    • The Comparative Chronological Data
  • Part 3: The Regnal Formula of Jehoshaphat
  • Part 4: The Reigns from Ahab to Ahaziah (J)
    • The Reign of Ahab
    • The Reign of Ahaziah (I)
    • The Reign of Jehoram (J)
    • The Reign of Joram (I)
    • The Reign of Ahaziah (J)
  • Part 5: The Chronological of the Prophetic Narratives
    • The Chronological Sequence of the Narratives
    • The Moabite Campaign
    • The Identification of the Kings in II Kings 3: 6-14
    • The Identification of Jehoshaphat and Other Biblical Data
    • The Reason for the Identification of Jehoshaphat
  • Conclusion
  • Appendices
  • Appendix A
  • Appendix B
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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