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After all, in the canonical Book of Ezr-Neh the entire Restoration is based on decrees issued by Cyrus, Darius and 5 Artaxerxes. ' The author of I Esd was active in a milieu quite different from that of the Chronicler; he has nothing whatsoever in common with the Chronistic school. In sum: the continuity of Chr and Ezr-Neh is not a creation of the author of I Esd, but something inherent in his sources, on the background of which he composed his own work. " Eskenazi's work evoked criticism in many other points: a philological discussion must be founded on philological method - not every argument is valid.
Follows 2 Chr 36 without any break. As to Ezr and Neh, in I Esd the passage parallel to Neh 8 is the direct continuation of the material parallel to Ezr 10. There is no trace of Nehemiah's memoirs (Neh 1 -7; 9-13) in the apocryphal book. a. Connection between Chr and Ezr-Neh The problem of the relationship between the Books of Chr and Ezr-Neh 42 has been discussed untiringly i n the scholarly literature. The field was It is incomprehensible to me why, even today, scholars familiar with the Hebrew language and with Talmudie literature continually hark back to the barayta in the Babylonian Talmud (Bava Batra 15-16) in connection with the composition of the anonymous books of the Bible, in general, or the relationship between Ezr-Neh and Chr, in particular.
Josiah enjoyed a unique status among the kings of Judah and Israel, both in biblical and later literature. The Book of Kings highlights his position by the prophecy to Jeroboam (1 Kgs 13), already mentioned above, which arouses expectations for his reign and his activities. Furthermore, we read in 2 Kgs 23:25 that וכמהו לא " I first learned of this comparison from Prof. S. Talmon. M The author of the current text of I Esd may, indeed, have done Josiah a last kindness in his treatment of that king's tragic end.
I Esdras: from origin to translation by Zipora Talshir