Catalogue Entry: THEM00143

'Quod Bestia bicornis locuta sit ut Draco' ('That the two-horned Beast spake as a Dragon')

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: Yahuda Ms. 2.2, National Library of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel

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Sotheby Lot

Part of SL228

[1] x τιμὴν

[2] Orat 1 in Iulian

[3] Ep 27 ad Eutochium

[4] Ep 85 Ad Marcellinum

[5] Confes l 9 c 7

[6] De Civ: Dei l: 22. c: 8

[7] Hom 47 in S. Iulianum

[8] Lib. De Babyla Martyre

[9] Hom. 66

[10] Ruf. Hist. l 2 c 28.

[11] (1)

[12] (2)

[13] Edit. Ger Vossij p 726.

[14] p 727

[15] p 746.

[16] p 747

[17] (3)

[18] (4)

[19] (5)

[20] (6)

[21] (7)

[22] (7)

[23] (9)

[24] ‡ Hist. Laus. In Bibl. Græc. Patr. Vol. 2.

[25] Eunap. Ædesio

[26] Heb: 12.1

[27] Note:The contents of this note are only visible in the diplomatic transcript because they were deleted on the original manuscript

[28] Heb.12.1.

[29] Naz. Orat 21 in laudes Athan.

[30] Note:The contents of this note are only visible in the diplomatic transcript because they were deleted on the original manuscript

[31] Baron. an. 367 § 19. Ex antiq inscrip. in Appendice p. 1171. n. 3

[32] Ambros Epis 85.

[33] Vide Baron

[34] Luc 4.38.

[35] ‡ Gaudent. Tractatus de dedic. Basilicæ. Apud Biblioth. Patr. Tom. 4.

[36] in vita Ambrosij

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