C. Miall (Nature, liii., 1895); L.
Liii., and probably, though not expressly, with the ritual sacrifices.
Paul xxiii.-liii., L'Eglise chretienne, ch.
A very remarkable case is that of the two verses in liii., when he had recognized three heathen goddesses as exalted beings, possessing influence with God.
Liii.; also Cripps, Old English Plate.
The present writer (Apocalypse of Baruch, 1896, pp. liii.-lxvii.), after submitting the book to a fresh study, has come to the following conclusions: - The book is of Pharisaic authorship and composed of six independent writings - A', A 2, A3, 131713 2, 133.