2018
DOI: 10.5508/jhs.2018.v18.a10
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Abstract: JOURNAL OF HEBREW SCRIPTURES our aim is not to sketch out some plausible reconstruction of the historical Nehemiah, the son of Hacaliah, his potential actions, or the background against which he might have taken them. 2 The reason for this choice of topic is grounded in the fact that the former has been overwhelmingly underexplored in comparison with the latter. This, despite the fact that, as one of the two authors of this contribution argued elsewhere, whereas the historical Nehemiah might have been a minor …

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