Tracking Some “Censored” Moses Traditions Inside and Outside the Hebrew Bible
This article deals with extrabiblical Moses traditions that have their provenance in Hellenistic times: Moses the leprous, the warlord, and the husband of an Ethiopian woman. The Hebrew Bible contains some allusions to these traditions (Exod 1:10; 4:6–7; Num 12:1; 21:4–9) that were probably inserted after the first publication of the Torah.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2012-03-01
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