1902 sqq.); The Code of West Virginia (St Paul, 1906);; A.
And 3, 9 sqq.; ii.
I, 7 1 sqq., ii.
2, pp. 345 sqq.); to this may be added the article by H.
567 sqq., and, for more general information, R.
Sqq., may also be consulted.
(Archeologia), 651 sqq.; cf.
Taramelli in Notizie degli scavi (1906), 123 sqq.; cf.
(Archeologia) (1904), 651 sqq.; G.
(Berlin, 1887), pp. i sqq., and the works of M.
(1893, et sqq.); H.
Sqq.), Hezekiah (2 Chron.
Curtiss, The Levitical Priests (1877), with which his later attitude should be contrasted (see Primitive Semitic Religion To-day, pp. 14, 50, 133 seq., 171, 238 sqq., 241 sqq.); W.
Sqq., see § 3) or from the Levitical cities (Num.
Vincent, O.P., Canaan d'apres l'exploration re'cente (1907), pp. 151, 200 sqq., 463 sq.
History, pp. 84 sqq., 122-125.
16; II, pp. 203 sqq.; 15 n.
4 sqq.) for whom Elisha "healed" its poisonous waters.
The chief incidents of Rhodian history during this period are a memorable siege by Demetrius Poliorcetes in 304, who sought in vain to force the city into active alliance with King Antigonus by means of his formidable fleet and artillery; a severe earthquake in 227, the damages of which all the other Hellenistic states contributed to repair, because they could not afford to see the island ruined; some vigorous campaigns against Byzantium, the Pergamene and the Pontic kings, who had threatened the Black Sea trade-route (220 sqq.), and against the pirates of Crete.
Pp. 131 sqq.); Dale, The Synod of Elvira (London, 1882); and Hennecke, in HerzogHauck, Realencyklopeidie (3rd ed.), s.v.
305 sqq., 320 sqq., 363 seq., 447; Rud.
On ancient Italian geography in general see articles in PaulyWissowa, Realer.cyclopadie (1899, sqq.); Corpus inscriptionum Latinarum (Berlin, 1862 sqq.); G.
Hardy, Christianity and the Roman Government (1894), pp. 1 45 sqq., which criticizes both Neumann and Ramsay; Leonard Alston, Stoic and Christian of the 2nd century (1906); J.
87 sqq.), in the myths of Osiris and many others (see, at length, A.
Im Lichte des alters Orients, 1906, pp. 408 sqq.; Bab.
25 sqq.) is quite in accordance with Oriental custom and explains the growth of the present extremely complex sources.
Sqq.) is really secondary (cf.
13 sqq., vi.
2 sqq.), the worship goes back to the earliest ages.
Critical Commentary), pp. 84 sqq., gives a convenient summary.
Sagenkunde (1893), pp. 152 sqq.; the Assumption of Moses, ed.
76 sqq.; Kittel, Hist.
Erhebung (1895), pp. 53 sqq.; G.
13 sqq., 22 seq.
Sqq.); Nikolai Ivanovich Kostomarov (1817-1885), professor of history at Kiev and St Petersburg, whose monographs and researches are collected in his Sobranye sochinenye (collected works, 21 vols., St Petersburg, 1903-6); V.
3332 sqq with references.
Maria in Porto near the ancient harbour (1096 sqq.), a basilica with open roof, with frescoes by masters of the Rimini school, may be noticed.
(Berlin, 1888), p. r sqq.; G.
31 sqq., and that by S.
Bevan, Critical Review (1897), p. 406 sqq., 1898, pp. 131 sqq.); G.
19 sqq.) over the death of two great Israelite heroes, Saul and Jonathan, knit together by mutual love, inseparable in life and death, whose unhappy end after a career of success was a national misfortune.
14 sqq.; cf.
5 sqq.; xxiii.
Luther (above; see the former's criticisms on the reconstructions, pp. 50, 251 sqq., 422, n.
8 sqq.; see Abimelech).
35 sqq.), although this can scarcely be justified by the events which followed the death of Ahab, in whose time they are now placed.
Sqq.); the border-line between the rival kingdoms oscillated, and consequently the political position of the smaller and half-desert Judaean state depended upon the attitude of its neighbours.
Meyer, Israeliten, pp. 82 sqq.; B.
(1907), pp. 232 sqq., and T.
29), upon which undue weight has sometimes been laid (see Klostermann, Der Pentateuch (1906), pp. 155 sqq., was not accepted as genuine by the senate (who had the laws destroyed), and probably not by Pliny himself.