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Since the author's name appears nowhere in its narrative, the Gospel is an anonymous work. The attribution to someone named Luke is a matter of tradition for which the external evidence is sparse. Several early manuscripts indicate that the attribution of this Gospel to Luke was already common in the late second and early third century.
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