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Esther’s author cannot be proven, but judging by his concern for the Jews and familiarity with Persian customs, he was probably a Jew living in Susa around the time the story occurred, around 474 B.C. The story must have been written after Xerxes’ assassination in 465 B.C., but before Persia’s fall in 331 B.C. Mordecai, Ezra or Nehemiah are all possible candidates. Esther is probably Persian, meaning “star.”
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