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his·to·ric·i·ty

 (hĭs′tə-rĭs′ĭ-tē)
n.
Historical authenticity; fact.
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historicity

(ˌhɪstəˈrɪsɪtɪ)
n
(Historical Terms) historical authenticity
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his•to•ric•i•ty

(ˌhɪs təˈrɪs ɪ ti)

n.
historical authenticity.
[1875–80]
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Translations

historicity

nGeschichtlichkeit f, → Historizität f
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Their topics include criteria and periodization in dating biblical texts to parts of the Persian period, Jeremiah's relations with the Minor Prophets: a window into the formation of the Book of the Twelve, dating Zechariah 1-8: the evidence in favor of and against understanding Zechariah 3 and 4 as sixth-century texts, how to identify a Persian period text in the Pentateuch, the Aaronic blessing in Numbers 6: its intention and place in the concept of the Pentateuch, and dating Esther: historicity and the provenance of Masoretic Esther.
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The Belarus envoy Emolovich said he was pleased to visit Lahore which he said was a city of great historicity with rich cultural and educational traditions.
Some use it as their connection to the past with a strong feeling of nostalgia, while others use it to touch upon the historicity of certain things that they would like to rectify.
I marveled at the weirdness, the historicity, the mythic economy, of this highly unusual creation, a masterpiece of irony that was at the same time exceedingly empathetic and gentle, at the same time as it terrified me.
Paramount among these was the historicity of Jesus' resurrection, but other claims included the belief in Jesus as the literal Son of God and the accuracy of the New Testament writings.
For some of Jesus' words and actions, certitude regarding historicity Meier finds impossible.
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INSIGHT: Ahmed Ragab will explain the historicity of the relationship of science and Islam.
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" That in turn has implications for the historicity of Muhammad and the Companions." Oxford University's Keith Small claimed if the tests are correct "then the Koran, or at least portions of it, predates Muhammad".