Great choices for the top NEH and NEA posts could restore them.
The question is of peculiar interest in the case of the supposed Memoirs of Ezra, because NEH.
After the return from Babylon the site of the sepulchre was known, as NEH.
The extract from the Memoirs of NEHemiah breaks off with NEH.
He might easily have overlooked the fact that the Darius of NEH.
Verses 11, 19 (dearth of food), 20 (danger in the field, starvation in the house) agree curiously with NEH.
The Great Synagogue, as they represented it, is clearly based upon the description of the assembly in NEH.
In all other references to the months derived from the Babylonians, such as the "month Chisleu" in NEH.
Another source which stands out distinctly is the Memoirs of NEHemiah, of which NEH.
But we must pursue our subject, and ask the reader to turn to NEH.