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Judeans of Egypt in the Persian period (539-332 BCE) in light of the Aramaic Documents

  title={Judeans of Egypt in the Persian period (539-332 BCE) in light of the Aramaic Documents},
  author={Esko Siljanen},
Siljanen Esko: Judeans of Egypt in the Persian Period (539-332 BCE) in Light of the Aramaic Documents This study aims at finding out what kind of picture the Aramaic documents found from Egypt present about Judeans of Egypt in the Persian period (539-332 BCE). The main research questions are: (1) What picture do the Aramaic documents discovered from Persian-period Egypt provide about the Judean settlement of Egypt during the same period in question? (2) How do these documents present the… 
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