It is true that they are not known in any Greek literature until the sixth century. (1) Simply because a word was not written in a certain language at a particular time does not mean the word did not exist. (2) These are not everyday conversation words and thus it would be expected that they would rarely be encountered.
(3) It is not wise to take a stand on the date of a biblical book based on only two or three words.
It is commonly known that if the foundation is faulty, the building will soon fall. This being the case, the issue of the date of Daniel will be addressed first.
When you seek to register, it is understood that you agree to abide by the terms of service laid down by Bethlehem Matrimonial.
Essentially this agreement is based on our trust in God as well as our trust in each other.
The critics simply reason that the historical parts are inaccurate, but that doesnt bother them because such errors do not affect the religious teachings of the book.
Since the book fits the historical setting of the sixth century better than it does the setting of the second century, the argument actually points to an early date.
However, the weight of the linguistic evidence suggests an early date. Approximately half of the twenty Persian loan words found concern government officials in some way.