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The seven Tamid Psalms, sung at the daily service in the Jerusalem Temple in the latter part of the Second Temple period, have a rare distinction in this current environment of minute and exhaustive study of biblical and related texts. The Tamid Psalms provide an example of the way in which a collection of psalms might be organized. The Tamid Psalms may also prove useful in New Testament Studies. Jesus and the disciples may well have heard the psalms sung when they visited the Temple. The Tamid Psalms are a remarkable literary and liturgical text from the late Second Temple period.

Keywords: Jerusalem Temple; Jesus; New Testament; Second Temple period; Tamid Psalms



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