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Transformations et influences dans «l'historiographie» juive de la fin du VIIe s. av. notre ère jusqu'à l'époque perse
The origins of biblical historiography may be dated to the end of the VIIth c. and linked to those of the deuteronomic school itself. In order to justify Josiah's politics, his scribes elaborated a collection of texts (Deut, Josh, Kings, a vita Mosis in Gen-Nb) which were widely inspired by Assyrian ideology. During the Babylonian exile, this literature underwent a transformation: the new created « Deuteronomistic History, (Deut-2 Kings) converted propaganda into theodicee. The Deuteronomists were still at work in the Persian period as can be seen in numerous texts in Deut-2 Kings, as well as in the edition of the prophetic corpus. From now on, dtr ideology was centered on three points: the restauration by law, the end of prophecy and the need to separate Israel from the « others » (cf. EsdNeh). But the Persian period was also the, time of compromise. The Pentateuch was made by putting together dtr and priestly ideologies, « autochtonous » and « exodic » views about the origins of Israel.
Palestine , Age du Fer , Période perse , Littérature , Ancien testament , Histoire , Influence , Evolution , Historiographie , Propagande , Palestine , Iron age , Persian period , Literature , Old testament , History , Influence , Evolution , Historiography , Propaganda ,
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