- Des Inscr.; A.
- Inscr., vol.
- Inscr.), while yet disclaiming all desire to emulate the apostolic manner in other respects, being fully conscious of the gulf between himself and apostles like Peter and Paul in claim to authority (ib.
- Cooke, North Semitic Inscr.,pp. 1 -14, and the articles on "Moab" in Hasting's Diet.
- Des inscr., 1833, x.