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Das judäische und das babylonische Jeremiabuch

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The stable pillars of Jeremiah research include the assumption that substantial parts of the book of Jeremiah go back to Deuteronomistic (DTR) editorial activity. This chapter demonstrates that the dissent with a Solomonic answer is too modest. It explains the Jeremiah African Deuteronomist (JerDtr) I and II and provides information on the location of the editorial activity. The first premise concerns the textual basis. The book of Jeremiah is known in two versions. In addition to the Masoretic edition there is an issue, which is characterized by a lesser extent and macro- and micro-structural features. It is represented by the original translation into Greek and the Qumran fragments 4Q71 and 4Q72a. The author calls them as the Alexandrian text form. The second premise concerns the meaningfulness of embossed language. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: book of Jeremiah; Jeremiah African Deuteronomist; masoretic edition; Qumran fragments



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