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The discussion of the Tamid Psalms as a literary composition begins with an analysis of the vocabulary of the collection. This chapter explores the distribution of vocabulary in the Tamid Psalms. Connections among Tamid Psalms as co-texts in the same composition are reflected by the incidence of similar elements in two or more psalms. Psalm 82 is a short psalm that concerns itself entirely with a vision of judgment in the heavenly court. Psalms 92 and 24 exhibit the least degree of connection of any pair of consecutive Tamid Psalms. In Jewish religious belief and practice in the Second Temple period, the Sabbath day stood apart from other days of the week.

Keywords: Second Temple period; Tamid Psalms; Temple worship



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