The extant Hebrew language versions, whether identical to the Greek, or in the shorter Hebrew version, date to the Middle Ages.
The Hebrew versions name important figures directly such as the Seleucid king Antiochus IV Epiphanes, thus placing the events in the Hellenistic period when the Maccabees battled the Seleucid monarchs.
Although it was likely written by a Jew during the Second Temple period, there is no evidence that the Book of Judith was ever considered authoritative or a candidate for canonicity by any Jewish group.
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55 in the January 1989 rating list, at the age of 12.