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  • c. 1000 BCE
    Tentative date of the composition of the Torah's J source.
  • c. 900 BCE
    Tentative date of the composition of the Torah's E(?) source.
  • c. 621 BCE
    Tentative date of the composition of the Torah's D source.
  • 539 BCE - c. 330 BCE
    Tentative date of the redactional (=editorial) activity of the Torah's P source.
  • c. 250 BCE
    Torah is translated into Greek in Alexandria, Egypt.

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1000 BCE: Tentative date of the composition of the Torah's J source.
 
 
900 BCE: Tentative date of the composition of the Torah's E(?) source.
 
 
621 BCE: Tentative date of the composition of the Torah's D source.
 
 
539 BCE - 330 BCE: Tentative date of the redactional (=editorial) activity of the Torah's P source.
 
 
250 BCE: Torah is translated into Greek in Alexandria, Egypt.
 
 
 
 
 
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