It name means "second law" in Greek
and is a mistranslation of a Hebrew term that means "copy of the law"; what
biblical book is it?
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Deuteronomy was probably written in the
seventh century BC. The Greek name is a mistranslation of the Hebrew
mishneh ha-torah ha-zoth, a copy of this law.
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