Catalogue Entry: THEM00192

Untitled treatise on Revelation (Section 1.5)

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: Yahuda Ms. 1.5, National Library of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel

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[3] pedes ad pugnam compositos, pugnaces exercitus ut olim Cyrus. Vrsa Enim pugnat cum pedibus. Et similiter hæc Bestia in Daniele quod reliquum erat pedibus calcare dicitur.

[4] b Athanas. Apolog. Ruffin

[5] c Fulgos l 7. c 3 Sulvitius Severus

[6] d. Theod. 2.16

[7] a Theod. l 5. c 16.

[8] pag    

[9] a Roma capta est 9 Kal. Sept. (Paul: Diac. {illeg}

[10] pag    

[11] a. Roma capta est 9 Kal. Sept (Paul Diac. Sigebert. {illeg} A.C. {illeg} statuant) 410.

[12] b Gormand Get. Sigebert.

[13] c Claud. & Pruden in locis supra citatis pag.    

[14] d Oros l. 7, c 38.

[15] e Oros. Philostorg{ius} Olympiodor.

[16] a Sigebert

[17]

[18] b. In nonnullis editionibus, ponitur Alemannorum, sed in edit. Bladij A.C. 1512 (quæ cæteris, vetustior est) legitur Alanorum Id quod et sensus loci requirit et Authorum testimonium, tradente Sigeberto, Trithemio, Authore Annalium Bonorum, Vasæo, Bacchero, alijsque Resplendialem fuisse Regem Alanorum.

[19] a Moguntiam

[20] b Gundicarij

[21] a Vide Idatium Isidorum, Victorem Procopium, aliosque.

[22] b Procop. Wand.

[23] c Isidor. in calce Regni Wand.

[24] d Vide Idatium, Isidorum, Vasæum, Iohan Biclaxiensim.

[25] e Isidor.

[26] e Isidor.

[27] e Isidor.

[28] e Isidor.

[29] f Vasæus, p 635. Bucher p 436 sect 6.

[30] g Isidor Petavi' Doct. Temp.

[31] h Idatius, Isidor, Vasæus.

[32] l Bucher p 437 & sequ.

[33] m Prosper.

[34] n Bucher p 441

[35] p Prosper, Bucher pag. 441. In vita S. Germini apud Surium (Tom. 3, c 3 Iulij) narratur hæc Eocharici historia, nisi quod Alemanni pro Alanis corruptè seribuntur. Potentia reg < insertion from f 18v > Potentia regni hujus eo regnante exinde colligi potest quod in dicta historia Rex ferocissimus appellatur & subditi ejus gens bellicosissima. < text from f 19r resumes > reg

[36] q Iornand. Get. Sigebert Paul Diac. misc. lib 15

[37] q Iornand. Get. Sigebert Paul Diac. misc. lib 15

[38] r {Iochert}. Sidonius lib 1 epist 15

[39] r Sozom. Sedemus lib 8. epist 15

[40] s Iornandes

[41] z P. Diac. misc {ven} ad Eutrop continuat.

[42] Marcellin chron Cassiodor Chron.

[43] v Marcellin Chron

[44] x Oros l 7. c 38 Iornand: Get. Hieronymus ad Gerontium. Freculph: chr l 5, c 5. Paul. Diac Misc. l 13.

[45] y Bucher l 14. c 4.

[46] a Prosper. Cassiodor Nota; hic in Prospero legitur [Peretio] pro [per Ætium.]

[47] a Prosper. Cassiodor. Hic in Prospero ubi dicit universe pene gens cum rege Peretio deleto pro Peretio lege [ Per Ætium] nam regi nomen mox erat Gundicarius, ut habet Cassiodorus.

[48] b Prosper

[49] r Greg. Tur: l 2, c 9

[50] c Prosper. Cassiodor. Iornand. Greg: Turonensis. Bucher. Sigebert.

[51] e Greg: Turon. l 2 c 32, 33.

[52] f Bucher p 556.

[53] h Sigebert

[54] k Petav: De Doctr: Temp.

[55] * Savoy

[56] a Bucher p 428 sec 38 p 430 sect 49.

[57] * Colonia Agrippina

[58] b Trithem annal p 62.

[59] y Carion Chron. Gutberlethus Chron. Bucher p 430 sec 49. Pezelius {Malif:} Histor. &c.

[60] c {illeg} Apocalypsin.

[61] d Carion in {illeg} p 296.

[62] e Bucher. Sige{illeg}

[63] f Bucher p 41{illeg} sect 2 & p 424 sect 21.

[64] {illeg}

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[66] {illeg}

[67] a Prosper. Idat. chro

[68] b Baron: ann 42{illeg} §>1, 2.

[69] c Prosper in {Euseb} l {illeg}

[70] d. Prosper in Eus. l 1.

[71] h Bucher p 453.

[72] {k} Bucher optimè p 616 & p 453.

[73] l Prosper

[74] l Felice et Tauro Coss: [i.e. A.C. 428] Pars Galliarum propinqua Rheno, quam Franci possidendam occupaverant ab Ætio comite recepta.

[75] m Greg. Turon. Hist l 2. c 9 excerpta ex Fredegario, & Ivo Carnotensis.

[76] * Somona vel Sumina.

[77] n Salv. de Gub. Dei l 6.

[78] o Sidon. in Avito vers 373.

[79] z Sidon in Majoram

[80] p Greg. Turnon l {illeg} c 38.

[81] q Bucher p 445

[82] * Divodurum in Lotharingia.

[83] * corruptè legitur valitudine

[84] * Arborichus

[85] Procop Vand. l. 1.

[86] Sigon. De Occ. Imp. l 11

[87] a Chron. M.S. in Archivis Trin. Coll. Cantabr. scriptum A.C. 914 circiter.

[88] b Ethelwerdus f 474

[89] c Zos l 6. p 830

[90] d Bucher p 466. Vsser p 1096.

[91] e Bucher p 481.

[92] f. Vsser. Brit. Eccl. p 402. Prisc Defens. Brit Hist p 119.

[93] q Vsser p 333.

[94] r Prosper

[95] s Bucher p 481

[96] t Prosper

[97] v Beda, l. 1 c 13. Freculph. p 637

[98] x Ethelwerd f. 474. Beda l 1, c 15 Chron. prædict. M.S

[99] y Ethelwerd f 474b Vsser p 404. Chron prædict M.S.

[100] a Vsser p 1115

[101] b Vsser p 375 Sigebert.

[102] c Prisc. Defens. Brit Hist. p 122. Vsser Eccl. Brit p 401. Sigebert

[103] d Sigebert &c

[104] e Vide Isidorum Idatium Procopium, Iornaldem, &c.

[105] f Oros. l 7. c 43

[106] g Isidorus

[107] h Prosper in Euseb l 1

[108] k Oros l. 7, c 43. Isidor. Chron. Got.

[109] r Iornandes

[110] t Isidor. ib.

[111] m Isid: ib.

[112] n Iornand. Get.

[113] p Isidor

[114] a Idatij Chron

[115] b Idat. Cassiod. Prosper.

[116] c Idat.

[117] c Idat.

[118] c Idat.

[119] d Vide Idatium, Isidorum, Victorem, Procopium, aliosque.

[120] d Vide Idatium, Isidorum, Victorem, Procopium, aliosque.

[121] e Isidor.

[122] f: Vasæus. Bucher.

[123] b Oros l 7. c 38 Idat

[124] c Isid

[125] d Vasæus p 661

[126] e Idat. Isidorus.

[127] f Prosp

[128] f Prosp

[129] g Iornand. Get

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[131] i P. Diac. ad Eutrop. continuat.

[132] k Iorn p 678

[133] l Marcellin. & Cassiod chron.

[134] a Oros. l. 7. c 38 Iornad. Get. Hieronymus ad Gerontiam.

[135] r Bucher l 14. c 4.

[136] v Prosper. Cassiodor

[137] b Prosper.

[138] c Prosper. Cassiodor. Iornand. Greg: Turonensis. Bucher. Sigebert.

[139] d. Sigebert.

[140] a Cluver. Germ. Antiqu. l 3. c 20

[141] b Carion Chron. Gutberlethus Chron Bucher p 430 sect 49. Pezelius Mellif. Historia &c.

[142] b Carion Chron. Gutberlethus Chron Bucher p 430 sect 49. Pezelius Mellif. Historia &c.

[143] c Salvian de Gubern. Dei l 6.

[144] d Salvian. Bucher Calvisius. Trithemius.

[145] e Greg. Turon l 2 c 9.

[146] f Bucher l 13, c 7. sec 21.

[147] g Oros. l 7 c 38 Idat: Chron

[148] h. Vasæus in Hisp. Chron l 3. p 635. Bucher p 436 sec 6.

[149] i Trithem in Annal p 62.

[150] k Turon. l 2, c 9.

[151] l Procop De Bel. Vand.

[152] Ments, Worms, Spira, & Strasburg.

[153] Olympiodorus.

[154] Non intellig{unt} Armoricos Geog{ra}pharum sed qu{illeg} maris accolas qui Francis erant fin{i}mi.

[155] Eos {illeg} in hoc bello {illeg} {jurisse} sentit {illeg} Bucherius lib. 13 sect. 4, n. 39 & 40.

[156] b Iornand: Get. Sigebert.

[157] c Claud. et Prudent. in locis supra citatis, pag    

[158] d Oros. l. 7, c. 38.

[159] e Oros. Philostorg. Olympiodor.

[160] a Sigebert.

[161] Regio post Arborichbant, & jam contracte Brachbant.

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[163] a In nonnullis editionibus ponitur Alemannorum, sed in edit. Bladij A.C. 1512 (quæ cæteris vetustior est) legitur Alanorum. Id quod et sensus loci requirit et Authorum testimonia, tradente Sigiberto, Trithemio, Aventino in Annal. Boiorum, Va <43r> sæo, Buchero, alijsque, Resplendialem fuisse Regem Alanorum.

[164] a Moguntiam

[165] b Gundicarij

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[168] Pro Asterio Constantium recte legit Bucherius lib 14. c 5. n 4 Nam Patriciatus suprema est dignitas apud Romanos quæ jam non Asterio alicui ignoto sed Constantio contigit. Is autem Patriciatum sortitus est anno 415. Prosper. Idat.

[169] Ad Barbaros potius ais Rhenum direxit qui Gallias immaserunt. Horum enim {illeg} Goarij et Gundicarij {illeg}opera Iovinus erectus regios assumpsit et {illeg}

[170] a Prosper. Idat. Chron.

[171] b Baron. an 424 § 1, 2.

[172] c Prosper.

[173] Vide Idatium Isidorum, Victorem, Procopium aliosque.

[174] b Procop. Wand.

[175] c. Vide Idatium Isidorum, Vasæum, Iohan: Biclaricensem.

[176] d. Isidor.

[177] d. Isidor.

[178] d. Isidor.

[179] Iorn: Get.

[180] x urbem Aquitaniæ.

[181] e. Vasæus {illeg} Bucher p 436, sect. 6.

[182] f. Isidor. Petavi. Doctr. Temp.

[183] g Idatius Isidor.

[184] p. Totam Hispaniam præter Cantabros vastaverant. L. Marineus Sicul l. 6, de Rebus Hispan. memorab. Sola Celtiberia mansit in fide et ‡ < insertion from the left half of f 47v > ‡potestate Romanorum, defendente et obtinente Constantino Patritio. Chron Regis Alfonsi apud Vasæum. Toletanus Hist. Vand. c. 12. Imò nec Celtiberia tota, nam Suevi partem ejus tenebant. Toletanus Hist. Vand. c. 11. < text from f 47v resumes >

[185] q. Post multas strages incendia et rapinas, tandem divisis sedibus, Barbari ad aratra conversi Romanorum residuos cœperunt, ut socios amicosque fovêre. Hist: miscell. l. 12.

[186] r . Alani Wandalis & Suevis potentebantur Isid. Got Et ex eo Petavius et Vasæus. Vasæus autem legit dominabantur pro potentebantur.

[187] h Bucher p. 437, & sequ.

[188] k. Prosper

[189] l. Bucher p. {illeg}

[190] m. Prosper Bucher {illeg} narratur hæc Eocharici historia, nisi quod Alemanni pro Alanis corrupte scribantur. Potentia Regni hujus eo regnate exinde colligi potest quod in dicta historia Eocharichus Rex ferocissimus appellatur & subditi ejus gens bellicosissima.

[191] n. Iornand: Get. Sigebert.

[192] n. Iornand: Get. Sigebert.

[193] p. Paul: Diac: Misc: l. 15. Sigebert Sidonius lib. 8. Epist. 15

[194] Iorn: Get.

[195] Iorn: Get.

[196] q. Iornandes.

[197] r. P. Diac: Misc.

[198] S. Marcellin: Chron Cassiodor: Chron.

[199] * Sic lacuno restituit Bucherius

[200] t Marcellin. Chron.

[201] v. Oros. l 7. c 38. Iornand: Get. Hieronymus de Gerontium. Freculph: chron l 5. c 5. P: Diac: Misc. l. 13.

[202] x. Bucher l 14. c 4.

[203] < insertion from f 49v > y. Prosper. Cassiodor. Hic verò in Prospero ubi dicitur Vniversa pene gens cum rege Peretio deleta, lege per Ætium ut est in Sigeberto aut si mavis lege per Hunnos ut est in Maximo. Nimirum Ætius Gundicarium Burgundionum Regem primo obtrivit pacemque ei supplicanti dedit: qua non diu potitus est, siquidem illum Hunni cum populo suo ac stirpe deleverunt ut alibi refert Prosper, quocum Cassiodorus etiam consentit. < text from f 50r resumes >

[204] z. Prosper.

[205] a. Greg. Tur. l 2. c 9.

[206] b. Prosper. Cassiodor. Iornand. Greg: Turon. Sigebert. Bucher.

[207] c. Greg. Turon. l. 2. c. 32, 33.

[208] d Bucher p. 556.

[209] e. Sigebert.

[210] f. Petav. de Doctr. Temp.

[211] Procop. de Bello Got. l. 1.

[212] Savoy

[213] * Lege invalitudine

[214] deductæ scil: in Galliam per Constantinum.

[215] * Arborichus sic enim apud Procopium legitur, ut mox audietis.

[216] b. Ethelwerdus.

[217] c. adventus hujus Legionis videtur anno 420 congruere propter nummum Honorij apud Cambdenum ultimo loco repertum, in quo sunt tres Augusti qui hoc anno tantum extitere.

[218] d. Siquidem Beda (in 6 æt. mundi) referat expeditioni utriusque legionis ad regnum Honorij, hæc posterior refieri potest in ultimum annum ejus. i.e. 423

[219] e. Gildas. Beda.

[220] e. Gildas. Beda.

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[226] g. Apud Cambden Brit. Vsser. Brit. Eccles. p. 402. Prisc. Defens. Brit. Hist. p. 119.

[227] k. Vsser p. 333.

[228] l. Prosper

[229] m. Bucher p. 481

[230] n. Prosper

[231] p. Beda l. 1, c. 13. Freculph. p. 637.

[232] q. Hist. Miscell.

[233] r. Beda. Ethelwerd.

[234] s Ethelwerd

[235] q. Hist. Miscell.

[236] r. Beda. Ethelwerd.

[237] s Ethelwerd

[238] q. Ethelwerd. Beda l. 1. c 15. Chron. prædict. M.S.

[239] r. Ethelwerd f. 474. Vsser p. 404. Chron prædict. M.S.

[240] s. Beda Sigebert. Vsser p. 375.

[241] t. Vsser p. 1115.

[242] in vico Genovio non procula Monumethensi oppido. Vsser ib.

[243] v. Prisc. Defens. Brit Hist. p. 122. Vsser Eccl. Brit. p. 401. Sigebert.

[244] x De his et cæteris vide Gildam, Mattheum Westmon. Vsserum.

[245] Malgo.

[246] * Careticus.

[247] a Procop

[248] Hos et sequentes Authores a Wendelino citatos videre est in Tractatu de Lege Salis Vbi pleniùs de origine Regi Francici {disseretur.}

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[250] b Libanius in vita sua. Ammian. l 31. Symmachus l. 3 epist 55, 59, 61, 67. Zosimus l. 4. Et Gothofredi comment. in L. 13 De re militari. Cod: Theod vbi vitam Richomeri plenè descriptam habes.

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[252] ὀπεβάτευσαν supermearint pervagarint. Non utique loquitur de invasione aliqua Francorum transrhenanorum tempore Honorij, sed dilatationem intelligit regni cisrhenani aliquandiu in angulo Galliæ constituti, tandem verò totam Galliam invadentis & Gothos simul expellentis. Nam hujus tantùm invasionis historia est quam in sequentibus narrat. Vnde liquet eum, dum tradit originem regni hujus, neutiquam de invasione transrhenanorum cogitasse.

[253] 2. Vbi Gallias et Hispanias, sedem eorum omnium de quibus dicturus est, descripsit, indigitat partem Galliæ quam Franci primitus (τὸ παλαιὸν non semper, sed olim, puta ante exordium regni eorum) habitabant, eam esse quæ ad ostia Rheni sita paludibus abundat, hoc est regionem Campimiæ fluvijs Mosâ et Tabudâ circundatam, ubi inter alias paludes est maxima Die Peel: quam regionem Windelinus satis ostendit esse Ammiani Toxandriam locum, ubi Franci hi regnante Constantio , ausi fuerant habitacula sibi figere prælicenter; hodiéque pro indicio regionis restat oppidum quoddam juxta Diest, dictum Tessenderlo.

[254] 3. Ex humilij exordio etiam indigitantur Franci cisrhenani, siquidem transrhenani fuerint maximi momenti viri ab initio.

[255]

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4 Lege Armorichos. Sed eo nomine —— pag. gemina versa. < insertion from f 58v > pag 4 sup. 4. Lege Armorichos. Sed eo nomine non intelliges Armorichos Geographarum, sed Francorum finitimos qui juxta mare habitabant. Nam ex Cæsare, Hirtio, Notitia Imperij & Plinio Bucherius l. 13, c. 8, s. 4 ostendit tractum Armoricanum antiquitus latissimum esse, Cæsare lib 7 scribente, Vniversas eas Galliæ civitates quæ Oceanum attingunt, Gallorum consuetudine Armoricas appellatas.

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[256] 5 Non Thuringos ultra Rhenum in Germania positos (Quid enim Augusto Cæsari cùm horum sedibus?) sed populum Imperij intelligit, eos nempe qui rectiùs Tongri appellantur & orientalem partem hodiernæ Brachbantiæ incoluere. Dein addit situm regionum quas Burgundiones suo tempore adeoque intra Gallias incolebant, earumque quas Suevi et Alemanni non in Germania ab initio tenuerant sed tunc diu invaserant. Quare cum per totum describat regiones Gallicas, certum est eum de exoticis nil cogitasse sed hic locutum fuisse de Francis Salijs cæterisque quos Imperatores olim locaverant in Gallijs, & Regnum Francorum ab ijsdem derivasse. Id quod ex eo etiam manifestum est, quod dicit hos Francos ante fœdus cum Arborichis fuisse Christianos. Nam quamvis hoc non omninò verum fuerit, tamen hinc liquet eum hic neutiquam cogitasse de Francis transrhenanis, siquidem eos omnes ante adventum in imperium, paganos fuisse satis notum erat.

[257] 4. Lege Armorichos. Sed eo nomine —— pag. gemina versa.

[258]

6 Fœdus hocce — vers 2 pag. < insertion from f 58v > 6. ffœdus hocce circa annum 416 factum este videtur quo Franci ab infæstandis Gallis tandem cessarunt. Nam [259] Ordericus Vitalis rerum Normannicarum ante annos quingentos scriptor libro quinto, ait: Cùm Galli priùs contra Romanos rebellassent, Franci ijs sociati sunt; et pariter juncti Ferramundum Lunnonis ducis filium sibi regem præfecerunt. Vnde constat bellum inter Francos et Gallos de quo Procopius loquitur præcessisse regnum Faramundi, & harum gentium primum regem communem fuisse Faramundum, ijs paulo ante electionem ejus in unum coeuntibus. Et sic probabile est unionem hanc, qua Franci magis formidabiles evaserunt, in causa fuisse quod Imperator pacem cum ijs faceret, sedibus & dignitate regia Faramundo concessis. < text from f 56v resumes >

[259] Apud Bucherum l. 14, c. 9, n. 8.

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[262] a. Loc sup. cit pag.

[263] b. Carion Chron. Gutberlethus Chron. Pezelius Mellif: Histor. Bucher p 430. sect 49

[264]

c Hoc omnes fere antiqui historici qui regis hujus meminerunt, testantur.

[265] * THEVDEMER REX: cujus vultus extat in nummo aureo cum isto nomine certissimè cujus intra Gallias cùm monetariam Fabricam tunc nondum intelligeret horum rudis Germania, & quæ non Latinis uteretur aut literis aut verbis. Windelin.

[266] Constantij: Nam hi nobiles erant e factione Iovini ut supra audivistis.

[267] forte Frisij

[268] lege Consulis

[269] a Bucher l 14. c 9. n 6 p 453

[270] b Bucher optimè p 616 & p 453.

[271] q. Pluribus ostendit Windelinus natale solum harum legum, quæ brevitatis gratia prætereo.

[272] c. Felice et Tauro Coss. [an. 438] Pars Galliarum propinqua Rheno, quam Franci possidendam occupaverant, ab Ætio Comite recepta. Prosper.

[273] Excepta cap. 8.

[274] d. Greg. Turon. Hist l. 2. c. 9. et excepta ex {illeg}

[275] f. Sidon in Majorano.

[276] g. Sidon. in Avito

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[281] n. Proc. l 1 de Wand.

[282] o. Niceph. l. 14. c. 56

[283] Aimoinus. Sigebert.

[284] Ivo. Otto. Gest: Franc: Epit.

[285] p. Hist. l. 2. c. 9.

[286] q. sc. quam invaserant circa tempora Gallieni

[287] r. Tongri{illeg}, in Edit: Morelij. Et sic legi debere satis probant Bucherius l. 14, c. 9, n. 3, et Windelinus in Lege Sal. c. {19}

[288] Colen

[289] * Cambray

[290] s Greg. Turon. l 2 c. 9. Epitomata Fredegarij l. 5. Aimoinus l. 1, c. 5. Sigebert alijque.

[291] t Greg. Turon. ib. Aimoinus alijque omnes.

[292] v . Nullas Germanorum populis urbes habitari satis notum est; ne pati quidem inter se junctas sedes. Colunt discreti ac diversi, ut fons ut nemus ut Campus placuit. Hæc Tacitus. Et Ammianus principio l. 16 narrat Argentoratum Brotomagum Tabernas Salisonem, Nemetas & Vangionas & Maguntiacum, civitates a Barbaris possessas, eosque territoria eorum habitare, non ipsas urbes: nam (addit) ipsa oppida ut circundata retibus lustra, declinant. It is manifest therefore these Barbarians had no towns till they began to inhabit those of the Empire, & consequently that Dispargum was on this side the Rhene.

[293] a. Greg. Turon. l. 2. c. 38.

[294] b. Vide Isidorum, Idatium, Procuopium, Iornandem, &c.

[295] c. Oros. l. 7. c. 43.

[296] d. Isidorus.

[297] e. Prosper edit. Pyth.

[298] f. Oros. l. 7. c. 43. Isidor: Chron: Got.

[299] g. Iornandes.

[300] h Isidor. ib.

[301] k Isidor. ib

[302] l. Iornand. Get.

[303] m Isidor

[304] a Ammian l 31

[305] a Ammian l 31

[306] b Oros. Isidor. Marcellin. Iornand. Sext. Aurel. Victor.

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[308] in Pacetius's Panegyric that the Huns & Alans as well as the Goths, served under Theodosius in his wars against Maximus, & in Zosimus l 5 that

[309] Sigon. De Oec. Imp. l 11. Ann 411.

[310] a. Maximus in Chron.

[311] b Grot. Prolegom.

[312] c Olymp apud Photium

[313] * Aviti

[314] Iter ab Arelato per Germaniam & Noricum sub initio Imperij, ut docet Sirmondus in Commentario in hunc locum Sidonij.

[315] * Scilicet adventu Imperatoris effectum est ut Hunnorum reliquiæ promptius cederent Gothis.

[316] d. Sigebert. Iornand Get. Rugila a Sigeberto Regila, a Iornande Roas appellatur.

[317] Socr. l. 7. c. 31.

[318] Gr. Ὄυπταρος

[319] g P. Diac. Hist. Rom. l 15

[320] h. Baron. An. 444 sect 35 & 41. Sigon de Occ. Imp l       Marcellin.

[321] a Iornand

[322] a Vide Zosimum lib 5 & Gothofredum Chron. Cod. Theod.

[323] b Apud Baron. a et Rubeum.

[324] a Iornand. de Regni succes. l 1.

[325] b Annal. Boiorum

[326] c Annal. Boiorum

[327] d Greg. Turon. l 2, c 2.

[328] f Beat. Rhenan. rerum Germ. lib. 1.

[329] g Temporibus scil. Constantij Valentininia et Gratiani.

[330] Sidonius in Majoranum

[331] Lazius de Gent. migr. l 8. p 383.

[332] Nota quod Ostrogothi hoc tempore Suevos vicerunt, et Franci deinceps Alemannos A.C. 495.

[333] a Iornand. (in Get. quem in his sequunt omnes.

[334] a Iornand. (in Get. quem in his sequunt omnes.

[335] a Iornand. (in Get. quem in his sequunt omnes.

[336] Vide P. Diac. Hist Longobardica & Procopium de Bello Gothico

[337] Irenæus lib 8. c. 26.

[338] Orig. Tract. 30 in Matth.

[339] Tertullian. lib. de resurrect. carnis.

[340] Lactant l 7. c 16.

[341] Greg. Naz. Orat. de pace.

[342] D. Hieron. in {illeg}bacue 3, & item in Zach: 1.

[343] D. Augustin. De Civitate Dei l. 20, c. 23.

[344] a Apud Conc. Chal. Act. 1 ex 2 Conc. Ephes.

[345] Athanas. ad. Solit. Et Apol. 2

[346] * Baron. a. 362. § 77, 79.

[347] Apud Baron. a. 362. l {73} ex Hilar. frag. l. 1.

[348] vide Symbolum Auxentij ibidem.

[349] Ruff. hist l 1. c 6.

[350] e Vasæus. Bucher p. 436 sect. 6.

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

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

[353] Put This is to be in English, & the former marginal notes in the body of the discourse

[354] edit. Heroldi.

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