What biblical book's name means
"repetition of the Law" in Greek?
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The Greek-speaking translators of the
Septuagint probably called the book
Deuteronomion, second law or repetition of the
Law - from the Greek deuteros, second -
because it restated events and concepts found in Exodus and Numbers.
Note that the Hebrew name for the book
is Devarim , words, because the first
words in the book are "These are the words...."
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