Xxix.) and Josiah (xxxv.) - contrast the history in the earlier books of Samuel and Kings - or when the still later book of Jubilees (xxxii.) places the rise of the Levitical priesthood in the patriarchal period.
Xxix.), and it may be a round number.
10-15, xxix., and on this and other grounds the simpler tradition in 2 Sam.
Xxix.-xxxi.; Aeneas Sylvius, De rebus Basileae gestis (Fermo, 1903); Hefele, Conciliengeschichte, vol.
(otherwise xxix.), chaps.
His biography is given by Lebeau in the Histoire de l'Academie royale des Inscriptions (xxix., 372, published 1764), and by H.
Xxix.-xxxiii.) point in the main to Sennacherib's invasion, 701 B.C., which evidently stirred Isaiah's deepest feelings and was the occasion of some of his greatest prophecies.
Includes the first crusade, and in the course of book xxix., which contains an account of the Tatars, the author enters on what is almost contemporary history, winding up in book xxxi.
We know from Einhard (Vita Karoli, cap. xxix.) that the Frankish heroic ballads were drawn up in writing by Charlemagne's order, and it may be accepted as certain that he was himself the subject of many such during his lifetime.
Part xxix., Report of the Commissioner for the Year ending June 30, 1903 (Washington, 1905).
Fragments of those books of his satires which seem to have been first given to the world (books xxvi.-xxix.) clearly indicate that they were written in the lifetime of Scipio.
To xxix., which were written in the trochaic and iambic metres that had been employed by Ennius and Pacuvius in their Saturae.
Xxix.-xxxi., xxxvii.; Prideaux, Tr.
Xiii., xv., xvi., xxii.-xxix.; 2 Chron.
Xxix.-xxxi., &c.), and partly of narratives of victories and defeats, of sins and punishments, of obedience and its reward, which could be made to point a plain religious lesson in favour of faithful observance of the law (2 Chron.
Xxix 22 seems to indicate that older tradition was fuller than the present records in Genesis, and supplies another example of the link connecting the Old Testament with Rabbinical thought.
I.- xxix.); Lords' and Commons' Journals, D'Ewes' Journals, Off.
To xxix.; Marguerite Dickins, Along Shore with a Man-of-War (Boston, 1893); Arthur Dias, Il Brasile Attuale (Nivelle, Belgium, 1907; also in French and Portuguese), np. 367-449.
145-208, and xxix.; M.
Crates, xxix., 389 B.C. IV.
Have been adopted by the Berlin school, including Erman, Steindorif (in Baedekers xxix Egypt) and Breasted in America.
16; xxv.-xxix.), quatrains (xxii.-xxiv.) and tetrads and other numerical arrangements (xxx.
And most of xxviii., xxix), and one made up of comparisons and single sentences (xvi.
- xxix., 1-93.
Hagemann, De Gra.ecorum prytaneis (1881), with bibliography and notes; Homeric Hymns, xxix., ed.
Agricola, in his treatise Vom Bergwerck (pp. xxix.-xxxi., Basel, 1 557), gives an account, accompanied by a woodcut, of their employment in searching for mineral veins.
And xxix.; and by M.
And xxix.; Art Journal (1889), p. 178 (" Boscobel and Whiteladies," by J.
Xxv.-xxix., hence it is by no means improbable that Exod.
Xxix.; (2) v.
As the subject and style very closely resemble that of xxix., it is assigned to Theocritus by recent editors.
It was written in the 13th century, and contains Idylls i.-xvii., xxix., and the Epigrams. Other good MSS.
And xxix.) which is found in the best MSS.
Xxix.; Obras rimadas de Ramon Lull (Palma, 1859), edited by G.
I); (b) xxvi.-xxix., passages from Baruch's biography of Jeremiah; (c) xxx.-xxxi., the book of the future of Israel and Judah; (d) xxxii.-xlv., from Baruch; (e) xlvi.-li., the prophecies " concerning the nations"; i (f) lii., historical appendix.
Xxix.), about sixty poetical pieces may be Jeremiah's.