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“The names of the prophets, and where they are from, and where they died and how, and where they lie”—with these phrases the major manuscript, Codex Marchalianus, summarizes the content of the brief document now known as The Lives of the Prophets. In some sections all the information given fits this summary. In others the scheme is expanded to include legendary information not contained in the Scriptures (Jonah was the son of the widow of Zarephath visited by Elijah, IKgs 17!—10:4-6) and prophecies or “signs” attributed to the prophet that are not found in the canon. Non-canonical miracles are also reported. In a few instances canonical narratives are included. The collection treats the three major and
twelve minor prophets and Daniel, and seven non-literary prophets whose activities are reported in the Bible.
—James H. Charlesworth
Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, Volume 2