XX111.14-17 (E), XXXiV.
19 (E), xxxiv.
- xxvii.; xxxiii.; xxxiv.
about 128 B.C., and xxxiv.
Soc. (1883), xxxiv.
Soc. Edinburgh, xxxiv.
4 seq.), xxxiv.
12 - xxxiv.
26 (including, in xxxiv.
One of the minor authorities for books xxxiv.
Pliny mentions the works of art collected by Vespasian in the Temple of Peace and in his other galleries (xxxiv.
He does not suppress historical facts unfavourable to Rome (xxxiv.
A., 7; xxxiv.).
- xxiv., xxxii, - xxxiv.).
10-19, and xxxiv.
12-15a, 18b, and xxxiv.
1), and upon them were written the words of the covenant by Moses (xxxiv.
In the narrative of Exodus the relation of the "ten words" of xxxiv.
The expression "ten words" first occurs in xxxiv.
Others include "none shall appear before me empty-handed" (xxxiv.
7, and xxxiv.
Beloch, "Die Nauarchie in Sparta," in the Rheinisches Museum, xxxiv.
and xxxiv, I sqq.
14 ff., xxxiv.
Soc. (1898), xxxiv.
1-8 and xxxiv.
Patriarchs appears to quote xxxiv.
174; Nature, xxxiv.
8, and context; Sirach xxxiv.
(5) The account of Moses' death, chap. xxxiv.
Nabis was forced to capitulate, evacuating all his possessions outside Laconia, surrendering the Laconian seaports and his navy, and paying an indemnity of 50o talents (Livy xxxiv.
3 sqq., xxxiv.
There is a remarkable story of the violation of his daughter Dinah by Shechem, the son of Hamor the Hivite (xxxiv.).
12 sqq.), while Jacob seems to settle at Shechem (xxxiv.), and there or at Dothan, a few miles north, his sons pasture their father's flock (xxxvii.
This at all events suggests itself when xxxiv.
There is even some polemic against marriage with Shechemites (xxxiv.; more emphatic in Jub.
xxxiv 22 (J, in which the harvest festival is called "feast of weeks") we have only a bare statement that the harvest festival took place some weeks after the opening spring festival called Massoth.
One of the Chinese names for frankincense, Ju-hiang, " milk-perfume," is explained by the Pen Ts'au (xxxiv.
xxxiv.; and Les Premieres Annees de la Revolution a Lyon (Paris, 1894).
xxxiv.), and that a detailed narrative tells of the bloodthirsty though pious Danites who sacked an Ephrairriite shrine on their journey to a new home (Judges xvii.
In his earlier oracles (xxxiv.
the late form of the tradition in Jubilees xxxiv.).
Holland, "The Mica Deposits of India," Memoirs of the Geological Survey of India (1902), xxxiv.
They were acquainted with a crystallized iron sulphate, and distinguished it by the names of misy, sory, chalcanthum (Pliny xxxiv.
See Sallust, Jugurtha; Cicero, Brutus, xxxiv.
The tone and spirit of the prophecy as a whole point to the same late apocalyptic period to which chap. xxxiv.
xxi., xxvii.), to whom David fled, is called Abimelech in the superscription to Psalm xxxiv.
xxxiv.; Thomas, "Development of Liver-fluke," Quart.
xxxiv.), or, from another point of view, clears the district of a prehistoric race of giants.
To this the Koran alludes in its oracular style, when it speaks (xxxiv.
This was the scene of the rape of Dinah and of the attack of Simeon and Levi which led to their ruin (xxxiv.; see DAN, Levites, Simeon).
opp. p. 356, and xxxiv.
154-157), statuary in bronze (xxxiv.), painting (xxxv.
The anecdotic element has been ascribed to Duris (xxxiv.
He shows no special aptitude for art criticism; in several passages, however, he gives proof of independent observation (xxxiv.
- xxxiv.), (k) the construction of the Tabernacle and its erection (xxxv.
In the view of this editor the Decalogue alone formed the basis of the covenant at Sinai-Horeb, and in order to retain J's version, he represented it as a renewal of the tables of stone which Moses had broken.4 The legislation contained in xxxiv.
6-8): finally, Moses beseeches Yahweh to go in the midst of his people, and is assured that Yahweh's presence shall accompany them (xxxiv.
The continuation of P's narrative is given in xxxiv.
19), and two new ones were hewn (xxxiv.
3 The so-called Yahwist Decalogue in xxxiv.
xxxiv.; Br6ndsted, Den Fikoroniske Cista (1847); Ggrhard, various monographs (1843-1867); Muller, Etrusker, &c., and other works; Ciampi, Dell' Antica toreutica (1815); Von Bibra, Die Bronzen and Kupfer-Legirungen der alten and dltesten Volker (1869); C. Bischoff, Das Kupfer in der vorchristlichen Zeit (1865) Medieval, &c.: Digby Wyatt, Metal-Work of the Middle Ages (1849); Shaw, Ornamental Metal-Work (1836); Drury Fortnum, S.K.M.
Nevertheless, the result is not a national art, but the art of a world-empire; and it is obvious that foreign craftsmen must have been active in the royal services among them, the Greek sculptor Telephanes of Phocaea (Pliny xxxiv.
the very late form of the tradition in Jubilees xxxiv.) agrees with features in the patriarchal narratives which, in implying a settlement in Palestine, are entirely distinct from those which belong to the descent into Egypt (see especially, Meyer, op. cit.
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