Pentateuch (Πεντετεύχως) ("five rolls or cases") is the Greek name for the first five books of the Tanakh or Hebrew Bible. The name is derived from two Greek words: pente, meaning "five", and teuxos (pronounced "tev-chos") which roughly means "case", a reference to the cases containing the five scrolls of the Laws of Moses.
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