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VII. 4QJosha Frg. 1: Die Tora-Lesung nach dem Durchzug

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This chapter presents an overview on the existence of an effort to bring the description of land acquisition in accordance with the instructions formulated in canonical precontext. It discusses the third edition of the book of Joshua next to Masoretic Text (MT) and the Greek translation of the Septuaginta (LXX). In the present form of Deuteronomy 27 Moses provisions for blessing and curse ritual dominant after moving into the country near Shechem. The chapter discusses the literary genesis in the Deuteronomy 27 and describes the place of the Old countrymen count in the narrative context and their different testimony in Masoretic Text and Septuaginta. The editor of 4QJoshua is guided by the desire to bring this story in full compliance with the provisions in the Torah by post-processing of the Deuteronomistic basic narrative about the parallelization of the Jordan rim hole. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Jordan; land acquisition; literary genesis; Masoretic text; Septuaginta



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