Catalogue Entry: THEM00138

Untitled Treatise on Revelation (section 1.3)

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: Yahuda Ms. 1.3, National Library of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel

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SL227 and 2 bundles from SL228; also (according to a note appended to Yahuda Var. 1 Ms. 10) 8 ff. of SL248; possibly other material

[1] a. ἐσφαγμένην εἰς θάνατον wounded to death. ch 13.3

[2] b. Ὁ ἔχει τὴν πληγὴν της μαχαίρας, καὶ ἔζησε . Qui habet vulnus ensis & vixit vers 14. i.e Qui habet vulnus jam sanatum et revixit. Non enim dicit Qui habet et vivit neque qui habuit et vixit sed verba in diverso tempore posita sunt ut ἔζησε ad initium restitutæ vitæ referatur dum ἔχει indefinitè respicit omne tempus post acceptum vulnus.

[3] c. ἡ πληγη του θανάτου αυτου. vers. 12

[4] * i.e. of God ch 4.2

[5] a Posit.    

[6] 5. Besides these 10 {Kings} there were to be {many} other little principalities

[7] Iosephus contra Appionem lib 1

[8] See Prop 19.7

[9] See the Comment on Matth 24

[10] ch 14.1

[11] ch 11.7, 8, 9, 10

[12] ch 14.6

[13] ch 11.11

[14] ch 14.8

[15] ch 11.13

[16] ch 14.9

[17] ch 16.13

[18] ch 14.14

[19] ch 16.14, 18, 21.

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