Liii., 1891, lxii., 1897; Anhang zu den Abhandl.
C. Miall (Nature, liii., 1895); L.
Liii., and probably, though not expressly, with the ritual sacrifices.
And liii., &c.) reveals many variations which are obviously due to textual corruption, while there are many passages which in their present form are either ungrammatical, or inconsistent with the context or with other passages.
Liii.) which their own exegesis admitted to be Messianic, though it did not accept the Christian inferences as to the atoning death of the Messianic king.
Paul xxiii.-liii., L'Eglise chretienne, ch.
Under the later reigns the Tyche figure (the personification of a Greek city) becomes common as a coin type (Wroth, Coins of Parthia, pp. liii., lxxiv.).
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.