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W. THIEL, Deuteronomistische Redaktionsarbeit in den Elia-Erzählungen

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This chapter explains the assessment of the extent of the Deuteronomistic (DTR) editors in recent research. In relation to the Elia-tales, there is a very complicated history. The Cape. XVII-XIX was an old drought composition processed by two DTrp newsrooms. No other Elia-tradition is just as 2 Kings. The denunciation against Ahab and his house at the end of chap. XXI was the most incisive DTR. Processing is the Elia traditions. The editors thereby connecting larger stretches of time with each other and puts the fate of the first three northern Israelite royal families related to each other. This characterizes the history of the northern kingdom, even in its early days considered inauspicious. The formulations in all three texts, however, stand out clearly from the formulaic DTR. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: 2 Kings; Deuteronomistic editors; Elia-tales; northern Israelite royal families

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