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The Human and the Divine in History: Herodotus and the Book of Daniel

@inproceedings{Niskanen2004TheHA,
  title={The Human and the Divine in History: Herodotus and the Book of Daniel},
  author={P. Niskanen},
  year={2004}
}
Introduction 1: Herodotus And Biblical Studies 2: Daniel And Classical Studies 3: The Human In History 4: The Divine In History 5: Daniel's Theology Of History Appendix: The Text Of Daniel 11:2B Index 
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