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Navigating “Deuteronomistic History” as Cultural Memory

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Scribal tradents have been the custodians of identity. Through memory and meaning an identity was born and within their work the reader finds the pillars of mnemonic socialization. The so-called Deuteronomistic History, as a cultural memory, is a form of crafting and protecting an identity.

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