Wissens., Wien, lxxxiii., 1881); J.
C. lxxxiii.), and called also 6vnroilmxtrac (" mortal-souled") by John of Damascus (De Haeres.
- lxxxiii.) is distinguished from the rest of the Psalter by habitually avoiding the name Jehovah (the Lord) and using Elohim (God) instead, even in cases like Ps.
- lxxxiii.); (d) an Elohistic redaction and combination of (b) and (c); (e) the addition of a non-Elohistic supplement to (d) with a doxology; (f) a collection later than (d), consisting of books IV.
Xliv., lxxiv., lxxix., lxxxiii., and perhaps others), it cannot have been completed till after 165 B.C.
(1869), pp. lxxxiii.-lxxxiv.; Lissajous, Notice historique sur la vie et les travaux de Leon Foucault (Paris, 1875).
We have remarked above that the Book of Enoch is divided into five parts - i.-xxxvi., xxxvii.-lxxi., lxxii.- lxxxii., lxxxiii.-xc., xci-cviii.
(from diverse sources); (6) lxx.-lxxi.; (7) lxxii.-lxxxii.; (8) lxxxiii.-lxxxiv.; (9) lxxxv.-xc.; (10) xciii., cxi.