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Empedoclean epic: how far can you go? - …
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Nissinen, Martti. “Spoken, Written, Quoted and Invented: Oralityand Writtenness in Ancient Near Eastern Prophecy.” In , edited by Ehud Ben Zvi andMichael H. Floyd, 235–71. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 2000.

This paper attempts to take one step further the argument of P.R

Ringgren, Helmer. “Oral and Written Transmission in theOld Testament: Some Observations.”  3 (1949): 34–59.
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