Book of Daniel in Wikipedia

The Book of Daniel (Hebrew: דניאל) is a book in the Hebrew Bible originally written in Hebrew and Aramaic. The book revolves around the figure of Daniel, who tradition holds wrote the book. The book in part tells the story of how Daniel, a Judean, becomes chief of the magicians (4:9) in the court of Nebuchadrezzar II, the ruler of Babylon from 605 to 562 BCE during the Babylonian Captivity, a period when Jews were deported and exiled to Babylon following the Siege of Jerusalem of 597 BCE. In contrast to the traditional belief that the book was written around the time of those events,[1] some modern biblical scholars figure that the Book of Daniel was likely written or redacted during the Maccabean Age[2] and that "the arguments for a date shortly before the death of Antiochus IV Epiphanes in 164 are overwhelming."[3] Others scholars, however, are less definite, suggesting that "the most likely time of composition is somewhere between the beginning of the second century BCE and the coming of Pompey"[4] and that "evidence for a more specific date is not available."[4] Yet other scholars argue for a third or fourth century date...

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