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    -- Antiqu. l. 10. c. 10. sect. 1. -- Comment. in Dan. i. 5. -- Pseudo-Epiphan, de Vit. Prophet. c. 10. -- Contra Haeres. haeres. 55. -- T. Bab. Bava Bathra, fol. 15. 1. -- Antiqu. l. 10. c. 10. sect. 7. -- Moreh Nevochim, par. 2. c. 45. -- T. Bab. Megillah, fol. 3. 1. -- Bereshit Rabba, sect. 98. fol. 84. 4. -- R. Nehumiah apud Grotium, de Ver. Relig. Christ. I. 5. sect. 14. -- Ibid. ( Antiqu. l. 10. c. 10. sect. 7.) ut supra. -- Calmet’s Dictionary, in the word “Daniel”. -- Apud Schickard. Not. in Purim. -- Itinerar. p. 86. -- Seder Olam Rabba, c. 25. in principio. -- Annales Vet. Test. A. M. 3398. -- Scripture Chronology, p. 676. -- Nat. Hist. l. 5. c. 24. -- Geograph. l. 5. c. 18. -- Apud Joseph. Antiqu. l. 1. c. 4. sect. 3. -- wyhla tyb “domum deorum suorum”, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- Clio, sive l. 1. c. 199. -- Ibid. c. 181. -- Biblioth. 1. 2. p. 98. Ed. Rhodoman. -- Clio, sive l. 1. c. 183. -- Biblioth. I. 2. p. 98. -- Apud Joseph. Antiqu. l. 10. c. 11. sect. 1. -- Vid. Rollin’s Ancient History, vol. 2. p. 70. and Universal History, vol. 4. p. 409. -- Onomast. Sacr. p. 752, 753. -- hkwlmh [rzmw , so w is sometimes rendered; see Noldius. p. 276. -- µymtrp “ex Graeca voce” prwtov , Grotius, Junius. -- µwam “quidquam quod obstet”, Gussetius. -- Histor. l. 6. c. 5. -- Politic. l. 4. c. 4. tom. 2. p. 224. -- Present State of the Ottoman Empire, B. 1. c. 5. p. 13. -- t[d y[dyw “et scientes scientiam, Pagninus, Montanus, intelligentes scientiam”, Calvin. -- ˆwçlw rps “librum et linguam”, Jo. Henr. Michaelis. -- Smegma Oriental. l. 1. c. 3. p. 35. -- Bereshit Rabba, sect. 74. fol. 65. 4. -- Xenophon. Cyropaedia, l. 7. c. 23. -- Polymnia, sive l. 7. c. 63. -- Geograph. I. 2. p. 58. -- Ibid. l. 16. p. 507. -- Vid Euseb. Praepar. Evangel. l. 1. p 38. &. l. 9. c. 41. p. 456. -- Onomast. Sacr. p. 924. -- µklygk “secundum captivitatem vesture”, Gejerus; “in captivitate vestra; sic quidam legunt cum” b , Vatablus. -- The word is only used in this place; but in the Arabic language “gil” is an age or generation, as in the Arabic version of Gen. vi. 9. Matt. i. 17. and xxiii. 36. Luke xi. 50, 51. So, in the Talmudic language, wlyg ˆb is one that is born in the same hour, and under the same planet, as the gloss explains it in T. Bab. Bava Metzia, fol. 27. 2. -- So Hottinger, who says the word in the Arabic language signifies a nation or country; and renders the words, “qui secundum nationem et gentem vestram”, Smegma Orientals, l. 1. c. 7. p. 134. -- µyp[z see Gen. xl. 6. 2 Chron. xxvi. 19. 1 Kings xx. 43. and xxi. 4.

    Prov. xix. 3. 12. so Ben Melech. -- Onomast. Sacr. p. 600. -- Antiqu. l. 10. c. 10. sect. 2. -- µy[rzh ˆm apo twn spermatwn , Sept.; “de seminibus”, Montanus; “de sativis”, Cocceius. -- µhl [mçyw “auscultans eis”, Junius & Tremellius, Broughtonus; “auscultavit eis”, Pisator, Cocceius. -- açn “fuit ferens”, Montanus; “auferens”, Piscator, Gejerus; “perseveravit auferre cibum”; Cocceius; “erat capiens”, Michaelis. -- twdy rç[ “decem manibus”, Montanus. -- Herodoti Clio, sive l. 1. c. 107, 108. Justin. e Trogo, l. 1. -- Apud Euseb. Praepar. Evangel. l. 9. c. 41. p. 456, 437. -- Herodotus, Clio. sive l. 1. c. 55. -- In Vita Artaxerxis. -- De. Divinatione, I. 1. -- Cyropaedia, l. 8. c. 45. -- Seder Olam Rabba, c. 28. p. 80. -- Antiqu. l. 10. c. 10. sect. 3. -- Apud Joseph. contr. Apion. l. 1. c. 19. -- Concord. Ebr. Part. p. 452. No. 1405. -- Annales Vet. Test. A. M. 3401. -- Chronological Tables, cent. 9. -- Scripture Chronology, p. 677. -- Vid. Juvenal. Satyr. 6. A. Gellii Noet. Attic, l. 1. c. 9. Cicero de Divinatione, I. 1. -- Aelian. Var. Hist. l. 1. c. 32. -- Curtius, l. 6. c. 5. -- adza ynm atlm “verbum a me firmum, [vel] firmatum”, Michaelis; “a me decretum et statutum”, L’Empereur. -- Vid. Curtium, l. 7. c. 5. p. 206. -- Vid. Alex. ab Alex. Genial. Dier. l. 3. c. 23. -- Eliac. 2. sive l. 6. p. 366. -- Erato, sive I. 6. p. 72. -- twnynt deuteron , Sept.; “secundo”, Pagninus, Montanus, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator; so Ar. -- ˆynbz ˆwtna and[ yd “quod tempus vos emitis”, Pagninus, Munster; “ementes”, Montanus; “vos tempus redimere”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator. -- atçby l[ “super aridam”, Pagninus, Montanus; “super arida”, Cocceius; “super arido”, Michaelis. -- ˆyljqtm aymykjw “et sapientes interficiebantur”, Pagninus, Montanus, Munster, Piscator, Michaelis. -- µ[jw aj[ byth “interrogavit de lege et decreto”, V. L.; “super consilio”, Munster, Calvin; “de eo consilio”, Castalio. -- “Redire fecit consilium et statutum”, Pagninus, Montanus; “reverti fecit”, Michaelis. -- ayjbj br “principem carnificum”, Montanus, Grotius. -- ajylç “dominatori”, Junius &, Tremellius, Piscator, Broughtonus, -- l[ “ascendit”, Gejerus. -- Itinerarium, p. 76. -- In Bereshit Rabba, sect. 1. fol. 1, 3. -- Auctor. Yade Moseh in ib. -- Echa Rabbati, fol. 50. 2. -- atrwbg “fortitudinem”, V. L. Pagninus, Montanus; “robur”, Piscator. -- tlm “verbum”, Junius & Tremellius, Broughtonus, Michaelis; “sermonen”, Pagninus, Montanus; “quod dicit rex”, Cocceius. -- ˆyrzg sectores, Cocceius, Gejerus. -- “Fatidici”, Munster, Tigurine version; “qui de homine determinant hoc, vel illo modo ipsi eventurum esse”, Jacchiades. -- ˆw[dwhy-ˆhl “sed ut notificarent”, Pagninus, Montanus; “indicent”, Vatablus. -- “Sed ut interpretatio regi manifesta fieret”, V. L. “eo fine ut indicetur”, De. Dieu. -- tywh hzh “videns fuisti”, Montanus, Michaelis; “videns eras”, Vatablus. -- aygç dj µlx “imago una grandis”, Pagninus, Montanus; “imago una magna”, Junius & Tremellius, Cocceius; “simulachrum unum magnum”, Michaelis. -- Psj yd ˆwhnmw lzrp yd ˆwhnm “ex illis quidam ex ferro, et excillis quidam ex luto”, Gejerus. -- Opera, tom. 1. in Epitaph. Nepotian. fol. 9. I. ad Gerontiam, fol 32.

    E. & in Epitaph. Fabiolae, fol. 68. H. -- Prooem. in Comment. in Esaiam. I. 11. fol. 65. -- tywh hzj “videns eras”, Montanus, Michaelis. -- Zohar in Gen. fol. 86. 2. -- Pirke Eliezer, c. 11. fol. 12. 2. -- Bemidbar Rabba, sect. 13. fol. 209. 4. -- Tzeror Hammor, fol. 63. 2. -- T. Bab. Shebuot, fol. 35. 2. -- Apud Euseb. Prepar. Evangel. l. 9. c. 41. p. 456. -- Geograp. I. 15. p. 472. -- Exodus Trogo, l. 12. c. 13. -- Nat. Hist. l. 4. c. 10. -- Zohar in Gen. fol. lxxxv. 4. -- Pirke Eliezer, c. 30. fol. 31. 2. -- R. Isaac, Chizzuk Emunah, par. 1. p. 45. -- Adv. Haeres. l. 5. c. 26. -- aklm [rtb “in aula regis”, Grotius. -- Chronological Tables, cent. 10. -- Connexion, etc. par 1. B. 2. p. 87. -- Scripture Chronology, p. 709. -- Clio, sive l. 1. c. 178. -- Bibliothec. Hist. I. 2. p. 98. Ed. Rhod. -- Connexion, etc. par. 1. B. 2. p. 103. -- Geograph. l. 6. c. 3. -- Ibid. l. 5. c. 20. -- T. Bab. Sanhedrin, fol. 92. 2. -- Kabala Denudata, par. 1. p. 671. -- De. Vita Apollonii, l. 1. c. 19. -- Deipnosoph. I. 4. -- Geograph. l. 10. p. 324. -- Hilchot Celim, c. 10. sect. 14. -- In Virgil. Aeneid. I. 11. -- Originum, l. 3. c. 21. -- Euterpe, sive l. 2. c. 109. -- T. Bab. Sanhedrin, fol. 93. 1. -- adxh “nunquid desolatio?” Montanus. So Jacchiades, and some in Ben Melech. -- “An certo consilio?” Junius & Tremellius; “sive ex proposito?”

    Piscator; so Rabbenu Hai in Ben Melech; “an de industria?” Cocceius; “num revera, [vel] studiose?” Michaelis. -- ˆydyt[ ˆwkytya ˆh “si futuri estis”, Gejerus. -- ˆwhylbrsb “cum femoralibus”, Pagninus; so Syr. Ar.; “cum braccis suis”, V. L. -- Expos. Dict. Chald. col. 1022. rad çyjp . -- De. Calceis Hebr. l. 2. c. 10. sect 4, 5, 6, 7. -- hwt “expavit”, Munster, Piscator, Michaelis; “trepidavit”, Gejerus; so Ben Melech from the Targum on Gen. xxvii. 33; “trepidus”, Junius & Tremellius. -- µ[j µyç ynm “a me proponitur edictum”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Broughtonus; “a me positum decretum”, Montanus, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- jlxh “prosperare fecit”, Munster; “prosperari jussit”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator; “prosperos felicesque fecit”, Gejerus. -- rpç “pulchrum”, Montanus, Grotius, Gejerus, Michaelis; “decet me”, Junius & Tremellius. -- rdw rd µ[ “cum generatione et generatione”, Pagninus, Montanus, Michaelis; “cum omni aetate”, Piscator. -- Joseph. Antiqu. l. 10. c. 10. sect. 6. -- Annales Vet. Test. A. M. 3434. -- Chronological Tables, cent. 10. -- Connexion, p. 92. -- Scripture Chronology, p. 710. -- Connexion, etc. par. 1, B. 2. p. 102. -- hrçpw “id est, interpretationem ejus”, Junius & Tremellius, Broughtonus, Michaelis. -- hyp[ “ramus ejus”, Pagninus, Montanus, Munster, Vatablus; “ramos ejus”, Junius & Tremellius; “rami ejus”, Piscator. -- Lex. Kabalist. in voce bwya p. 54, 55. -- lyjb “in virtute”, Montanus; “cum robore”, Gejerus; “fortier”, Cocceius, Michaelis; “strenue”, Junius & Tremellius, Broughtonus. -- [bjxy “tingatur”, Pagninus, Montanus, Munster; “intingatur”, Junius & Tremellius; “tingetur”, Piscator, Michaelis. -- Apud Euseb. Praepar. Evangel. l. 9. c. 41. p. 457. -- atlaç “petitio”, Pagninus, Montanus; “postulatio”, Munster; “hoc postulatum”, Junius & Tremellius; “petitio haec”, Piscator. -- µyçna lpç “humliem hominum”. Montanus, Grotius; “humilem inter homines”, Pagninus; “humilem virorum”, Michaelis; “humillimum hominum”, Cocceius. -- Geograph. l. 15. p. 472. -- ˆyrrj Æl “truderis”, Michaelis. -- Apud Eubseb. Praepar. Evangel. l. 9. c. 41. p. 457. -- Annales Vet. Test. A. M. 3435. -- Connexion, etc. part. 1. p. 105. -- Chronological Tables, cent. 10. -- lkyh l[ “super palatium”, Vatablus; “super palatio”, Cecceius, Michaelis. -- Apud Euseb. ut supra. (Praepar. Evangel. l. 9. c. 41. p. 457.) -- Connexion, etc. part 1. B. 2. p. 102. -- Biliothec. I. 2. p. 98. -- Ibid. -- Vol. 4. B. 1. ch. 9. p. 409, 410. -- Politic. l. 3. c. 3. -- Nat. Hist. l. 6. c. 26. -- Clio, sive l. 1. c. 178. -- Apud Joseph. Antiqu. l. 10. c. 11. sect. 1. & contr. Allion, 1. 1. sect. 19. -- Apud Euseb. ut supra. (Praepar. Evangel. l. 9. c. 41. p. 457.) -- De. Prophet. Vit. & Inter. C. 10. -- Cateches. 2. sect. 11. -- Apud Bucheim Dissertat. de metamorfwsei Reg. Nebuchad. in Thesaur. Philol. Dissert. tom. 1. p. 890. -- Melpomene, sive l. 4. c. 105. -- De. Situ Orbis, l. 2. c. 1. -- Annales Vet. Test. A. M. 3442. -- Connexium, etc. part. 1. p. 106. -- Chronological Tables, cent. 10. -- y[dnm “intellectus meus”, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- ywyz , h morfh mou , Sept.; “forma mea”, Tigurine version, “figura mea”, Munster. -- aryty wbr “magnificentia amplior”, Pagninus, Montanus; “amplitudo major”, Junius & Tremellius; “magnificentia major”, Piscator; “majestas amplior seu major”, Michaelis. -- Apud Joseph. contr. Apion. l. 1. -- Apud Euseb. Evangel. l. 9. c. 41. p. 457. -- Clio, sive l. 1. c. 188. -- Antiqu. l. 10. c. 11. sect. 2. -- µjl “panem”, Montanus, Piscator. All food is called bread, Jarchi in Lev. xxi. 17. -- Hist. Hebr. l. 1. c. 5. p. 24. -- Athenaei Deipnosophist. l. 14. c. 10. ex Beroso & Ctesia. -- Xenophon. Cyropaedia, l. 7. c. 23. Herodot. Clio, sive l. 1. c. 191. -- Geograph. l. 11. p. 352, 353. -- Nat. Hist. l. 33. c. 10. -- Plutarch. in Vit. Alexand. -- Ut supra. (Nat. Hist. l. 33. c. 10.) -- Antiqu. l. 10. c. 11. sect. 2. -- armj µ[jb “vino dictante”, Tigurine version. -- Hist. l. 1. c. 5. p. 24. -- Ebr. Comment. p. 424. -- yhwyz “splendores ejus”, Montanus, Vatablus, Michaelis. -- hxrj yrjq “cingula lumborum ejus”, Pagninus, Junius & Tremellius, Cocceius. -- lyjb “cum virtute”, Vatablus; “in virtute”, Montanus; “fortiter”, Cocceius; “cum robore”, Michaelis. -- anwgra “purpura”, Vatablus, Pagninus; Montanus; Grotius, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- Vid. Jac. de Clerice Dissertat. de Epulo Belshazzar, in Thesaur.

    Theolog. Philol. vol. 1. p. 885. -- Clio, sive l. 1. c. 185, 188. -- Antiqu. l. 10. c. 11. sect. 2. -- bh ˆrjal Ætybzbnw “tua tibi dona et munera habeto: aut in alios conferto”: Castalio. -- So Pagninus, Munster. -- hdzhl “ad superbe agendum”, Junius & Tremellius; “ad superbiendum”, Piscator, Michaelis; “ut superbe ageret”, Cocceius. -- hnm wyd[h hyrqyw “et gloria ejus ablata est”, V. L.; “honor ejus translatus fuit”, Michaelis. -- ywç atwyj µ[ hbblw “cor ejus cum bestiis posuit”, Vatablus, Calvin; “animum suum cum bestis posuit”, Cocceius. -- aymç yrm l[ “super Dominum coeli”, Montanus; “super Dominum scelorum”, Michaelis. -- Sanchoniatho apud Euseb. Praepar. Evangel. l. 1. c. 9. p. 34. -- atlm “sermonis”, V. L. Pagninus, Montanus; “verborum”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Broughtonus; “verbi”, Cocceius; “illius verbi”, Michaelis. -- wçyblhw “ut induerent”, Gejerus. -- Hist. Heb. l. 1. c. 6. p. 26. -- Cyropaedia, l. 7. sect. 22, 23. -- Antiqu. l. 10. c. 11. sect. 4. -- Seder Olam Rabba, c. 28. p. 81. -- Annales Vet. Test. A. M. 3466. -- Chronological Tables, cent. 10. -- Scripture Chronology, p. 711. -- Connexion, etc. par. 1. p. 120. -- Cyropaedia, l. 8. c. 36. -- lbid. l. 6. c. 2. -- lbid. l. 4. c. 21. -- De. Divinatione, l. 1. -- See the Universal History, vol. 5. p. 181. and vol. 21. p. 64, 65. -- Xenophon, Cyropaedia, l. 8. c. 45. -- Nicol. Abrami Pharus Vet. Test. l. 12. c. 24. p. 338. Pererius in ib, Graeci Patres apud Theodoret. Orat. 6. in Daniel. -- Thalia, sive l. 3. c. 89. -- Antiqu. l. 10. c. 11. sect. 4. -- atwklm lkb “in toto regno”, Pagninus, Montanus, Piscator, Cocceius; “toti regno”, Junius & Tremellius. -- dj eiv , Sept.; “unus”, V. L. Syr. Ar. Pagninus, Montanus, Piscator, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- Antiqu. l. 10. c. 11. sect. 4. -- qzn awhl al opwv mh enoclhtai , Sept.; “ne rex molestia afficeretur”, Pagninus; “ut rex illo levaretur gravamine”, Munster. -- jxntm “victorem se gerebat”, Piscator, Michaelis. -- aklmw “ideo rex”, Gejerus, Michaelis. -- htyjç “corruptela”, Pagninus, Montanus, Cocceius, Michaelis; “corruptionem”, Gejerus. -- wçgrh “tumultuarie convenerunt”, Montanus; “cum tumultu accurrerent”, De. Dieu; “convenerunt gregatim et cum strepitu”, Gejerus. -- adwm “confitebatur”, V. L. Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Calvin, Cocceius. -- yhwl[ “super eo”, Montanus; “super ipsum”, De. Dieu. -- Bibliothec. Hist. l. 17. p. 510. -- Hist. Heb. l. 1. c. 10. p. 34. -- Ænbzçy “liberet te”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Grotius, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- ahgnb-arprpçb “summa aurora cum luce”, Junius & Tremellius; “in tempore aurorae cum luce”, Piscator. -- abgl hbrqmb “cum appropinquasset ad foveam”, Pagninus; “quumque appropinquaret ad foveam”, Piscator. -- yhwl[ “apud se”, Piscator; “apud illum”, Michaelis. -- Antiqu. l. 10. c. 11. sect. 6. -- Annales Vet. Test. A. M. 3466. -- Connexion, etc. part 1. p. 125, 128. -- Chronological Tables, cent. 10. -- Scripture Chronology, p. 711. -- dy ˆm “de manu”, Montanus, Cocceius. -- Cyropaedia, l. 8. c 45. -- Vid Nicolai Abram. Pharus Vet. Test. l. 12. c. 24. p. 338. -- Antiqu. Jud. l. 10. c. 11. sect. 4. -- Annales Vet. Test. A. M. 3449. -- Connexion, etc. part. 1. p. 114. -- Chronological Tables, cent. 10. -- hzj µlj “somnium vidit”. V. L. Pagninus, Montanus, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, etc. -- a[ra ˆm tlyjnw “quibus efferebatur e terra”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator; “per quas efferebatur supra terram”, Grotius. -- Cyropaedia, l. 5. c. 10. -- Cyropaedia, l. 7. c. 24. -- tmyqh rj rjçlw “quae dominatum unum erexit”, Junius & Tremellius, Polanus; “et dominatum quendana erexit”, Piscator. -- Cyropaedia l. 1. c. 22. l. 4. c. 4, 24. -- Curt. Hist. l. 7. c. 11. -- (Curt. Hist.) l. 3. c. 15. p. 221. -- Raptores Orbis, etc. Taciti Vita Agricolae, c. 30. -- Adv. Jovinian. l. 2. fol. 32. L. -- Advers. Haeress, l. 5. c. 25. -- Ibid. c. 26. -- Works, B. 4. p. 779. -- Observations on Daniel, p. 75-78, 80, 88. -- Inquiry into the Time of the Messiah’s coming, p. 28. -- Vid. Schott. Phyica Curiosa, l. 5. c. 25. p. 711, 712. -- wymr ˆwsrk “subsellia posita sunt”, Tigurine version; “solia posita sunt”, Piscator, Cocceius; “throni elati sunt”, Pagninus, Montanus. -- T. Bab. Chagiga, fol. 14. 1. & Gloss in ib. -- rwn-yd rhn “fluvius ignis”, Montanus, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- lq ˆm “a voce”, Montanus, Cocceius; “ex quo coepit vox”, Vatablus, Junius & Tremellius; “ex quo audita fuit vox”, Piscator. -- In Gen. fol. 85. 4. Ed. Sultzbac. -- T. Bab. Sanhedrin, fol. 98. 1. -- Bemidbar Rabba, sect. 13. fol. 209. 4. Midrash Tillium apud Galatin. de Arcan. Cathol. ver. l. 10. c. 1. -- Apud Yalkut Simeoni, par. 2. fol. 85. 2. -- lbjtt “corrumpetur”, Pagninus, Montanus; “corrumpitur”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Coccceus. -- hndn wgb “in medio vaginae”, Montanus; “intra vaginam”, Munster, Vatablus. -- tyrkta “transfixus est”, Junius & Tremellius, Polanus; “succisus, [vel] excisus est”, Munster. -- “Quod attinet”, Michaelis. -- ˆynwyl[ yçydq “sanctorum altissimorum”, Pagninus, Montanus; “sanctorum excelsorum”, Junius & Tremellius. -- “Sancti exceisoram, sel locorum”, Piscator. -- ˆwlbqy “accipient”, Munster, Piscator, Tigurine version. -- “Suscipient regnum sanctorum”, Pagninus, Montanus; “sortientur, [vel] obtienebunt regnum”, Calvin; so Polanus, Sanctius. -- ˆyhlk ˆm “a cunctis ipse”, Pagninus, Montanus; “ab omnibus illis”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator. -- htrbj ˆm br hwzjw “cujus aspectus”, Munster; “et aspectus ejus major sociis suis”, Pagninus. -- Works, B. 3. c. 14. p. 661. -- Apud Lowth in loc. -- Observations on Daniel, c. 6. p. 47. -- Ibid. p. 73. -- Works, B. 4. ep. 24. p. 778. -- ayl[ dxl “ad regionem, [sive] latus Altissimi”, Calvin; “juxta Altissimum”. Cocceius; “ex parte Altissimi”, Munster. -- alby palaiwsei Sept.; “deteret”, Junius & Trmellius, Piscator; “abolebit”, Montanus; “absumet” Munster; “consumet”, Vatablus. -- “ingrato et duriore modo tractavit, affixit”, Giggeius apud Golium, col. 325. Erpenius apud Castel. col. 363. So Michaelis on the place observes. -- And R. Isaac in Chizzuk Emunah, par. 1. p. 44. applies it to the Messiah. -- Seder Olam Rabba, c. 28. p. 81. -- Antiqu. l. 10. c. 11. sect. 4. -- Annales Vet. Test. A. M. 3451. -- Connexion, &c part 1. p. 117. -- Scripture Chronlogy, p. 710. -- Chronological Tables, cent. 10. -- Geograph. l. 15. p. 500. -- Herodoti Terpsichore, sive l. 5. c. 48. -- Strabo. ib. p. 502. -- Curtius, l. 5. c. 2. Plutarch. in Vita Alexandri, Diador. Sicul.

    Bibliothec. l. 17. p. 540. -- Terpsichore, sive l. 5. sect. 48. -- Bibliothec. l. 17. p. 539. -- Laconice, sive l. 3. p. 175. -- Nat. Hist. l. 6. c. 27. -- Geograph. l. 15. p. 500. -- In Vita Alexandri. -- Ut supra. (Nat. Hist. l. 6. c. 27.) -- Bibliothec. l. 17. p. 540. -- Hist. l. 5. p. 249. -- Ut supra. (Nat. Hist. l. 6. c. 27.) -- Geograph. l. 15. p. 500. -- Polymnia, sive l. 7. c. 151. -- Hiller. Onomastic. Sacr. p. 658, 935. -- Jarchi & Bartenora in Misn. Celim, c. 17. sect. 9. -- Maimon & Bartenora in Misn. Kelim, c. 17. sect. 9. & Middot, c. 1. sect. 3. -- R. Nathan, Sepher Aruch in voce ˆçç , fol. 160. 3. -- R. Abraham Zacuth, Sepher Juchasin, fol. 65. 2. -- Antiqu. l. 1. c. 6. sect. 4. -- Nat. Hist. l. 6. c. 27. -- Geograph. l. 15. p. 500. -- Geograph. l. 6. c. 3. -- Geograph. p. 501, 505. -- Ut supra, (Nat. Hist.) l. 6. c. 23, 27. -- Geograph. l. 6. c. 3. -- Ut supra, (Geograph.) p. 505. Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 6. c. 27. -- Clio, sive l. 1. c. 188. Terpsichore, sive l. 5. c. 49, 52. -- Ut supra. (Curtius, l. 5. c. 2.) -- Geograph. l. 15. p. 501. -- Travels, part 2. B. 3. c. 9. p. 153. -- See the Universal History, vol. 5. p. 124. -- Antiqu. l. 10. c. 11. sect. 7. -- dja lya “aries unus”, V. L. Pagninus, Montanus, etc. -- Hist. l. 19. -- hnwrjab hl[ hhbghw tynçh ˆm hjbg tjahw . -- Travels, vol. 3. -- Justin ex Trogo, l. 7. c. 1. -- Satyr. 10. -- Alexander was remarkable for the agility of his body, as appeared by his mounting his horse Bucephalus (Plutarch in Vita Alexandri), to the admiration of his father, and all that beheld him; as well as famous for the quick marches of his army, and his very swift and expeditious execution of his signs. “Plurimum pedum celeritate pollebat”; he greatly excelled in swiftness of foot, says the historian: and again, “armatusque de navi, tripudianti similis prosiluit”; he leaped armed out of the ship like one that danced (Suppl. in Curt. l. 1. p. 16. l. 2. p. 26) And he himself, speaking of the countries he had conquered, says, “quas tanta velocitate domuimus”: and elsewhere, “cujus velocitatem nemo valuisset effugere”. And of Bessus it is said, that “Alexandri celeritate perterritus”. And Cobares, the magician calls him “velocissimus rex” (Curt. Hist. l. 6. c. 3. & l. 7. c. 4. 7.). And another historian says (Justin ex Trogo, l. 11. c. 2. & l. 12. c. 9.) that having observed the enemy’s city forsook by them, “sine ullo satellite desiliit in planitiem urbis”: and again, “tanta celeritate instructo paraloque exercitu Graeciam oppressi; ut quem venire non senserant, videre se vix crederant”. -- Var. Hist. l. 10. c. 4. -- Urab [gwn ˆyaw quem neme attingebat in terra, Junius & Tremellius. -- twzh ˆrq “cornu visionis”, Montanus; “visibile sive visendum”, Vatablus; “conspicuum”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator. -- See Gregory, de Aeris & Epochis, c. 11. p. 158, 159. -- Protreptic. ad Gentes, p. 36. -- Adv. Gentes, l. 6. p. 233. -- Plutarch. in Vita Pyrrhi. -- wjk tmjb “fervore virtutis suae”, Munster; “cum ardore virium suarum”, Cocceius; “in aestu robaris sui”, Michaelis. -- Supplem. in Curt. l. 2. p. 26, 28. -- Supplem. in Curt. l. 2. p. 27. -- Trogo, l. 11. c. 6. -- Supplem. in Curt. l. 2. p. 28. -- In Vit. Alexandri. -- Bibliothec. l. 17. p. 503. -- E Trogo, l. 11. c. 6. -- Universal History, vol. 5. p. 297. -- In Vit. Alexandri. -- E Trogo, l. 11. c. 9. -- Curtius, l. 3. c. 11. -- In Vita Alexandri. -- Bibliothec l. 17. p. 515. -- Exped. Alex. l. 2. -- E. Trogo, l. 11. c. 9. -- Vit. Alexandri. -- Curtius, l. 4. c. 16. -- Ut supra, ( Exped. Alex.) l. 3. -- Biblioth. l. 17. p. 536. -- Antiqu. l. 11. c. 8. sect. 5. -- Heb. Hist. l. 2. c. 7. p. 88. -- hytjt “loco ejus, [vel] illius”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- [bra twzj “quatuor [cornua] conspicua”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator; “cornua aspectus quatuor”, Michaelis. -- See Prideaux’s Connexion, part 1. B. 8. p. 558, 559. -- See Joseph. Antiqu. l. 12. c. 5. sect. 2. -- wnmm “ab eo”, Pagninus, Montanus, Cocceius, “ab ipso”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Michaelis. -- [çpb dymth l[ ˆtnt abxw “exercitusque traditus est propter trangressionem contra res circa illud juge sacrificium”, Vatablus. -- “Et exercitus tradetur una cum sacrificio jugi ob praevaricationem”, Michaelis. -- ynwmlpl “illi qui occulta in numerato habet”, Junius & Tremellius. -- rqwb br[ “vespero matutina”, Castalio; “vespertina matutinaque tempora”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator. -- Joseph. Antiqu. l. 12. c. 10. sect. 5. -- ydgnl “ex adverso mei”, Michaelis. -- ˆwzjh Uq t[l “ad tempus, finis visionis”, Munster, Montanus, Calvin. -- ydm[ l[ “super stare meum”, Montanus, Gejerus; “super stationem meam”, Michaelis. -- Æ[ydwm “ego notum faciam tibi”, Piscator; “indicaturus tibi sum”, Michaelis. -- Concord. Ebr. Partic. p. 180. No. 809. -- Works, B. 3. c. 11. p. 654. -- µynp z[ “durus facie”, Calvin, Piscator; “validus facie”, Michaelis. -- twdyj “aenigmata”, Pagninus, Montanus, Munster, Calvin, Piscator, Polanus. -- wjwkb “robore ipsius”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator. -- “In fortitudine sua”, Pagninus, Montanus; “per virtutem suam”, Munster. -- twalpn “mirabilia”, Montanus, Polanus. -- hwlçb “in pace”, Calvin, Vatablus; “in tranquillitate”, Montanus, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- So Noldius, Concord. Ebr. Part. p. 309. -- Cyropaedia, l. 8. c. 36. -- Annales Vet. Test. A. M. 3467. -- Chronological Tables, cent. 10. -- Connexion, etc. part 1. p. 125, 128. -- Scripture Chronology, p. 711. -- µynwnjtw hlpt çqbl tou ekzhthsai proseuchn kai dehseiv , Sept; “ad quaerendum orationem et deprecationes”, Montanus; “ad quaerendam orationem et supplicationem”, Cocceius. -- arwnh “reverendus”, Vatablus; “summe reverende”, Junius & Tremellius; “metuende”, Cocceius. -- hdwhy çyal “vire Judae”, Cocceius. -- wndrm yk “quia rebellavimus”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Polanus, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- dwqçy “festinavit”, Paguinus, Vatablus. -- Æytwqdx “justitias tuas”, Vatablus, Calvin, Gejerus, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- hyl[ Æmç arqn rça “super quam invocatum est nomen tuum”, Vatablus, Pagninus, Calvin; “super qua nomen tuum nuncupatum est”, Cocceius. -- µylypm “nos cadere facientes”, Montanus; “nos cadere facimus”, Gejerus, Michaelis. -- P[yb P[m “volans in lassitudine”, Montanus; “cum lassitudine, [vel] fatigatione”, so some in Vatablus; “cum, lassitudine”, as others in Michaelis. -- ˆbyw “attendere fecit”, Michaelis. -- hnyb Ælykçhl “ad imbuendum te intelligentia”, Piscator; “ad docendum te intelligentiam”, Micaelis. -- twdwmj “desideria”, Michaelis; “vir desideriorum”, Pagninus, Munster, Piscator; so Ben Melech. -- yk “quod dilectus tu sis”, Cocceius; “quod desideria tu sis”, Michaelis. -- rbdb “in verbo”, Montanus; “verbum”, Pagninus; “ipsum verbum”, Junius & Tremellius; “sermonem”, Cocceius. -- Æm[ l[ “de populo tuo”, Helvicus. -- Æthn “decisae”, Pagninus: Montanus, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- alkl “cohibendo”, Junius & Tremellius; “ad cohibendum”, Piscator, Gejerus, Michaelis; “ad coercendum”, Cocceius. -- µtjl “obsignando”, Junius & Tremellius; “ad sigilandum”, Montanus; “ut obsignet”, Piscator. -- µymlw[ qdx “justitiam seculorum”, Pagninus, Montanus, Vatablus, Michaelis. -- aybnw “et prophetam”, Pagninus, Montanus, Munster, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- Ebr. Comment. p. 177, 329. -- Chronolog. Sacr. p. 44. -- Answer to the Grounds and Reasons, etc. p. 139. -- See these seventy weeks more largely considered, in a Treatise of mine, concerning the prophecies of the Old Testament respecting the Messiah, etc. p. 64-78. -- Meor Enayim, c. 41. fol. 134. 2. -- Observations on Daniel, p. 132, 133, 134. -- Scheme of literal Prophecy, etc. p. 183. -- Demonstrat. Evangel. l. 8. p. 396, 397. -- wl ˆyaw “et non [erit] ei”, Pagninus; “et nullus [erit] pro co”, Vatablus. -- Comment. Ebr. p. 33. -- See Marshall’s Chron. Treat. p. 271. -- [wbçh yxjw “et in dimidio hebdomadis”, Montanus, Michaelis; “dimidio septimanae”, Cocceius. -- De. Bello, Jud. l. 6. c. 2. -- µmwçm µyxqç Pnk l[w “desolator”, Piscator, Gejerus; “desolans”, Covveius; “stupefaciens”, Montanus. -- µmwç l[ “super obstupescentem”, Montanus; “in stupendem”, Cocceius, -- T. Bab. Sanhedrin. fol. 97. 2. -- Apud Grotium de Ver. Rel. Christ l. 5. sect. 14. -- Caphtor Uperah, fol 17. 2. -- De. Divinatione, l. 1. -- Cyropaedia, l. 8. c. 45. -- Annales Vet. Test. A. M. 3470. -- Connexion, etc. par. 1. p. 161, 162. -- Scripture Chronology, p. 718. -- Ut supra. (Connexion, etc. par. 1. p. 161, 162) -- lwdg abxw “et militia magna”, Pagninus, Montanus, Gejerus; “militia seu belligeratio ingens”, Michaelis. -- rbdh ta “verbum”, Pagninus, Montanus, Munster. -- µymy µy[bç hçlç “tribus hebdomadibus dierum”, Munster, Calvin, Tigurine version; “trium hebdomadarum diebus”, V. L.

    Pagninus, Montanus, so Junius & Tremellius, Medus. -- twdmj µjl “panem desideriorum”, Pagninus, Montanus; “desiderabilium”, Junius & Tremellius; “desiderabilem”, V. L.

    Vatablus, Piscator. -- Nat. Hist. l. 6. c. 27. -- Hist. l. 4. c. 9. -- Itinerarium, p. 86. -- Bibliothec. l. 2. p. 99. -- Geograph. l. 7. c. 4. -- Phaleg. l. 2. c. 27. col. 141. -- Ptolem. Geograph. l. 5. c. 10. -- Geograph. l. 11. p. 343. -- Nat. Hist. l. 33. c. 3. -- Hiller. Onomastic. Sacr. c. 8. p. 141. -- De. Vestitu Sacerdot. Hebr. l. 2. c. 17. sect 10, 11, 12. p. 721, 722. -- ˆwmh lwqk “ut vox tumultus”, Montanus, “[vel] strepitus”, Piscator, Michaelis. -- T. Bab. Sanhedrin, fol. 93. 2. -- ytrx[ al “non cohibui”, Gejerus. -- yn[ynt “movere fecit me”, Pagninus, Montanus; “commovit me”, Junius & Tremellius, Cocceius; “movit me”, Tigurine version, Michaelis. -- twdmj çya “vir desideriorum”, V. L. -- Ædm[-l[ dm[ “sta super stare tuum”, Montanus, Calvin; “sta in statione tua”, Piscator; “super statione tua”, Michaelis. -- dja “primus”, Junius & Tremellius. -- Comment. Ebr. p. 713. -- hz ynda µ[ “cum domino meo illo”, Pagninus, Montanus, Munster, Junius & Tremellius. -- Concord. Ebr. Part. p. 353. -- tma btkk µwçrh ta “quod exaratum est in Scripto, [in Scripto] verace”, Piscator. -- hla l[ “contra illos”, Piscator, Gejerus. -- See the Universal History, vol. 5. p. 194. -- Herodot. l. 3. sive Thalia, c. 89. -- E Trogo, l. 2. c. 10. -- Diodor. Sicul. Bibliothec. l. 11. par. 2. p. 3. Ed. Rhodoman. -- E Trogo, l. 2. c. 10. -- Ut supra, ( Diodor. Sicul. Bibliothec. l. 11.) par. 2. p. 2. -- Connexion, etc. part 1. B. 4. p. 233, 234. -- See the Universal History, vol. 5. p. 233. -- ˆwy twklm ta lkh ry[y “excitabit universos, nempe regnum” Graciae, Michaelis. -- Apud Arrian. Exped. Alexand. l. 2. -- Curtius, l. 10. c. 5. -- Diodor. Sicul. Bibliothec. l. 19. p. 739. & l. 20. p. 761. -- See the Universal History, vol. 9. p. 384. -- Ibid. p. 196. & Jerom. in loc. -- µyrçym twç[l “ad faciendum reetitudines”, Pagninus, Michaelis; “ut faciat rectitudines”, Montanus; “recta”, Calvin. -- Universal History, vol. 9, p. 196, 197. -- Ibid. -- Justin, l. 27. c. 1. -- wnk “plantatio ejus”, V. L. -- “Super basi sua”, Pagninus, Gejerus. -- lyjh la “ad exercitum”, Pagninus, Montanus, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- Hist. l. 5. -- See Prideaux, Connexion, part 2. B. 2. p. 100. -- Ut supra. (Justin, l. 27. c. 1.) -- Connexion, part 2. B. 2. p. 81. -- Ut supra, (Justin, l. 27.) c. 2. -- Ibid. (Justin, l. 27.) c. 3. -- µybr µylyj ˆwmh “multitudinem, copias amplas”, Junius & Tremellius. -- Vid. Polybium, l. 5. p. 256, 260, 261, 262. and Universal History, vol. 9. p. 216, 218, 219. -- Geograph. l. 16. p. 522. -- E Trogo, l. 29. c. 1. -- L. 5. p. 266. -- Polybius, l. 5. p. 269. -- Ibid. p. 268. -- twabr “decem millia”, Pagninus, Montanus, so Ben Melech. -- lyphw “etiamsi dejiciet”, Gejerus; “quamvis prostraverit”, Michaelis. -- Justin, l. 30. c. 1. -- Connexion, par. 2. B. 2. p. 140. -- Hist. l. 3. in initio. -- Antiqu. l. 13. c. 3. sect. 1. -- Vid. Joseph. Antiqu. l. 12. c. 4. sect. 1. -- Antiqu. l. 12. c. 3. sect. 3. -- Histor. l. 16. apud Joseph. ib. -- Hist. l. 33. -- Sepher Shorash. rad. lls . -- Josephus, ut supra. (Antiqu. l. 12. c. 3. sect. 3.) -- wdyb hlkw “et perficietur per eum”, Grotius. -- Josephus, ut supra. (Antiqu. l. 12. c. 3. sect. 3.) -- E Trogo, I. 31. c. 1. -- hç[w “et faciet”, Pagninus, Montanus, Munster, Gejerus; “efficietque”, Junius & Tremellius. -- Ebr. Comment. p. 540. -- Joseph. Antiqu. l. 12. c. 4. sect. 1. -- Liv. Hist. l. 35. c. 13. p. 597. -- htyjçhl “ad corrumpendum illam”, Montanus, Gejerus. -- Liv. ibid. l. 37. c. 3. p. 633. -- dwm[t al “et non succedet hoc”, Grotius -- See Liv. Hist. l. 36. & 37. -- E Trogo, l. 32. c. 2. -- Geograph. l. 16. p. 512. -- See the Universal History, vol. 9. p. 270. -- twklm rdh çgwn ryb[m wnk l[ dm[w “stabit autem super basillius, qui transire faciet exactorem per decus regni”, Michaelis. -- hzbn “despectus”, Pagninus, Montanus; “contemptus”, Vatablus, Piscator, Tigurine version. -- See Prideaux’s Connexion, par. 2. B. 3. p. 153, 154, Out of Athenaeus, Diodorus, etc. and the Universal History, vol. 9. p. 276, 277, 289, 290. -- wpjçy Pjçh tw[rzw “et brachia inundationis inundabantur”, Cocceius, Michaelis “brachia inundantia”, Piscator. -- ynmçmbw hwlçb “in quietem et in pinguia”, Montanus; “in tranquillitatem et opima”, Cocceius; “in tranquillitatem et in pinguissima”, Michaelis. -- Antiqu. l. 12. c. 7. sect. 2. -- Vid. Joseph. Antiqu. l. 19. c. 5. sect. 2. -- See the Universal History, vol. 9. p. 280, 281. -- Antiqu. l. 12. c. 5, sect. 2. -- See the Universal History, vol. 9. p. 282, 409. -- Vid. Liv. Hist. l. 45. c. 10. -- Heb. Hist. l. 1. c. 1. p. 7. -- Phaleg. l. 3. c. 5. -- E Trogo, l. 34. c. 2, 3. -- Hist. l. 45. c. 12. -- Roman. Histor. l. 1. -- Antiqu. l. 12. c. 5. sect. 4. -- lbid. -- µmwçm Uwqyçh “abominationem obstupefacientem”, Montanus; “quae obstupefaciet”, Calvin. -- Antiqu. l. 12. c. 5. sect. 4. -- De. Bello Jud. l. 1. c. 1. sect. 7. -- Concord. Part. Ebr. p. 557. -- De. annis populi Romani apud Velleii Paterculi Hist. Roman. l. 1. c. 6. -- “Festi Breviarium, prope initium”. -- Eutropii Hist. Rom. l. 4. So Plutarch. in Vita Scipionis Africani. -- µyçn “conjuges”, Gejerus. -- µyz[m hwhlalw “deum Mahuzim”, V. L. Pagninus, Montanus. -- Homil. in 40. Martyr. p. 151. -- Homil. de Martyr. Mamant. p. 167. -- Sermo in Berenice, Homil. l. in 1 Thess. See Mede’s Works, B. 3. p. 673, 674. -- “Ad, [vel] juxta deum Mahuzzimos in sede ejus honorabit”, Medus, p. 667, 671. -- µyz[m yrxbml “munitionibus Mahuzim”, Pagninus, Montanus. -- ryjmb “pro pretio”, Vatablus, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator. -- Works, B. 3. p. 674. -- See Dr. Newton’s Dissertations on the Prophecies. p. 53, 54, etc. -- Ibid. (See Dr. Newton’s Dissertations on the Prophecies) p. 394. -- See Dr. Newton’s Dissertations on the Prophecies, p. 393. -- wndpa “praetorii sui”, Vatablus. So Aquila in Drusius. -- tav skhnav tou ippostasiou autou , Symm.; “papiliones equitatus sui”, interpr. Hieronymo; “[vel potius] tentoria equilis sui, [seu] stabuli equorum suorum”, Fuller. -- “Tentoria aulaei sui”, Schindler, col. 108. -- “Tentoria tunicae suae”, Fuller; “tentoria hujus amietus”, Cocceius, Lex. col. 57. -- Fuller. Miscell. Sacr. l. 5. c. 18. So Lydius, De. Revelation Miliari, l. 4. c. 2. p. 155, 156. -- Exposition of the Revelation, part 2. p. 166. -- µylykçm “erudiunt”, Munster; “erudientes”, Junius & Tremellius; “qui alios instituerint”, Grotius. -- yqydxm “justificantes”, Pagninus, Montanus, Junius & Tremellius; “qui justificaverint”, Calvin, Piscator. -- Shemot Rabba sect. 15. fol. 102. 4. -- ymyml l[mm “super aquas”, Pagninus; “desuper aquas”, Montanus; “supra aquas”, Calvin, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- Moreh Nevochim, par. 1. c. 72. p. 146. So R. Joseph Albo, Sepher Ikkarim, l. 1. c. 69. µlw[h yjb “per vitam aeternitatis”, so some in Gejerus. -- hla tyrja hm “quid erit novissimum horum?” Munster; “postremum horum?” Calvin. -- Nizzachon, No. 332. -- T. Bab. Sanhedrin, fol. 97. 1. -- Broughton in loc. L’Empereur, Not. in Jacchiad. in loc. Huls.

    Theolog. Jud. par. 1. p. 77, 78. -- Works, B. 3. p. 720. -- Henr. Wolphius lib. de tempore apud Brightman in loc.

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