deuteronomy, liz, response
lizfried at umich.edu
Sun Mar 11 09:29:31 EST 2001
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Giuseppe Regalzi [mailto:regalzi at infinito.it]
> My point is the following: if Deuteronomy (or any other book) can
> be consistently dated both on linguistic (if Vincent is right) and
> on historical grounds (e.g. the connection with Josiah's reform),
> then the burden of proof is on anyone who questions this dating by
> invoking a purely conjectural linguistic update: adfirmanti
> incumbit probatio, to use a nice latin formula...
If I understand Vincent correctly, these two "grounds" don't agree
with each other.
> Giuseppe Regalzi
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