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Hexateuch

Hexateuch (Gk., hex, ‘six’, + teuchos, ‘book’). A name given by J. Wellhausen to the first six books of the Hebrew Bible, supposing that Joshua was compiled from the same sources as the Pentateuch.

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Hexateuch

Hexateuch the first six books of the Bible (Genesis to Joshua) collectively.

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