Anf-03 iv.ix.vii Pg 7 If, moreover, Darius “reigned” over the Babylonians and Parthians, he had not power over all nations; if Pharaoh, or whoever succeeded him in his hereditary kingdom, over the Egyptians, in that country merely did he possess his kingdom’s dominion; if Nebuchadnezzar with his petty kings, “from India unto Ethiopia” he had his kingdom’s boundaries;1223
See 1 Kings iv. 25. (In the LXX. it is 3 Kings iv. 25; but the verse is omitted in Tischendorf’s text, ed. Lips. 1860, though given in his footnotes there.) The statement in the text differs slightly from Oehler’s reading; where I suspect there is a transposition of a syllable, and that for “in finibus Judæ tantum, a Bersabeæ,” we ought to read “in finibus Judææ tantum, a Bersabe.” See de Jej. c. ix.
Anf-03 iv.ix.xiv Pg 19 First, He was clad in “sordid attire,” that is, in the indignity of passible and mortal flesh, when the devil, withal, was opposing himself to Him—the instigator, to wit, of Judas the traitor1462
See Zech. iii. “The mystery of His name” refers to the meaning of “Jeshua,” for which see c. ix. above.
Anf-03 v.iv.iv.vii Pg 22 If I may offer, moreover, an interpretation of the two goats which were presented on “the great day of atonement,”3200
See Zech. iii.
Anf-01 ix.vi.xxi Pg 42
Ezek. i. 1.