BKHD № 1 (1) 2019

Historiography in the Ancient Israel and the Scribes of the King Hezekiah

Historiography in the Ancient Israel and the Scribes of the King Hezekiah 

Priest Andre ̆ı Vydrin 
PhD in Theology
Associate Professor of Biblical Studies Department of Moscow Theological Academy Holy Trinity-St. Sergius Lavra, Sergiev Posad 141300, Russia
vydan@mail.ru 

For citation: Vydrin,Andreĭ A.,priest."Historiography in the Ancient Israel and the Scribes of the King Hezekiah". 
Bible and Сhristian Antiquity, vol. 1, no. 1, 2019, pp. 138–162. (In Russian) doi: 10.31802/2658-4476-2019-1-1-138-162 

Abstract. In the present article analyzes theories about the time of the occurrence and the specifics of non-biblical writing in the Ancient Israel. At the same time, the main attention is paid to the attempt to discover the written traditions that entered and became the basis for writ- ing 1–4 Kings. Despite the diverse and often contradictory theories of biblical critics examined in this work, there is all reason to suppose that the Ancient Israel' literature appeared, at least during the kings David and Solomon; the second stage of its development was associated with the activities of the Jewish king Hezekiah. 

Keywords: historiography, Deuteronomistic History, biblical archeology, ostracons, papyri, parchments, Near-Eastern literature, the History about the Rise of David, the written legends, the didactics of the stories about kings. 
Sacred history