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Daniel: a commentary by Norman W. Porteous
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Bible, O.T. Commentary
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Preface -- This commentary on the Book of Daniel appeared in 1962 as Volume 23 of the German series of commentaries Das Alte Testament Deutsch (ATD).
Introduction -- The book of Daniel contains twelve chapters, the first six containing stories about a Jewish captive, Daniel, and his three young compatriots at the court of Nebuchadnezzar and his successors Babylonian, Median and Persian, and the last six containing a series of visions which came to Daniel and were interpreted to him by angelic agency.
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