Hexateuch, the name given to the first six books of the Bible.
In 1886 his volume on the Hexateuch was published in England.
Hexateuch, heks′a-tūk, n. the first six books of the Old Testament.
In the remaining paragraph, x. 16-20, we have an interesting example of the latest type of additions to the Hexateuch.
Joshua originally belonged to this collection, and to the six books modern scholars have given the name Hexateuch.
Strictly speaking, the Hexateuch, as "Joshua" was undoubtedly included in the volume.
The Priestly sections of the Hexateuch (known as “P”) remain still to be considered.