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It made the Hebrew Bible understandable to non-Jews.

According to tradition, the translation of the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible) into Greek was commanded by Ptolemy Philadelphus around 270 BCE. Seventy Jewish Torah-sages, whom Ptolemy sequestered for that purpose, did the translation.
Though the Tanakh would henceforth be comprehensible to Gentiles and to Greek-speaking Jews, the event was nonetheless viewed as a national tragedy, because from that point on, the treasures of the Tanakh would be open to misinterpretations of all kinds.
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It made the Hebrew Bible understandable to non-Jews.
Though the Tanakh would henceforth be comprehensible to Gentiles and to Greek-speaking Jews, the event was nonetheless viewed as a national tragedy, because from that point on, the treasures of the Tanakh would be open to misinterpretations of all kinds.
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