When, therefore, the supreme God is called by the name Af3pava or A0paas, which contains the numerical value 365, it is worthy of remark that the name of the Persian god Mithras (Mciepas) also was known in antiquity to contain this numerical value (Jerome in Amos 3; Opp. Vallarsi VI.
From Epiphanius (loc. cit.) and Ephraem Syrus (Opp. Syr.
Brauer, Lubbock, Sharp, Burner, &c. (opp. cit.); P. Mayer (Jena, Zeits.
4 Opp. ii.
His successor was Nabo oPP Y P lassar, between whom and the last king of Assyria war broke out.
In Opp. St.
Opp. p. 356, and xxxiv.
Opp. p. 120; Hogarth, op. cit., orographic, &c.
F Gvvil arthen Opp?CAS t?
Zeitschr., 1888), and Loven (opp. citt.); and though the theories based thereon may have been fantastic and contradictory, we are now near the time when the results can be co-ordinated and some agreement reached.
Calvini, Opp. t.