Catalogue Entry: THEM00375

Draft sections of the 'Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms Amended' and of a treatise on Daniel: section a(2)

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: Yahuda Ms. 25.1a II, National Library of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel

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Custodial History

Bought at the Sotheby sale by Gabriel Wells for £90 and presumably acquired by Yahuda not long afterwards.

Sotheby Lot

SL226

[1] a Plut de Pythaæ Oraculo

[2] Plutarch in Solon

[3] c Apud Diog. Laert in Solon p. 10.

[4] d Nat. Hist. l. 7. c. 56.

[5] e Ib. l. 5. c. 29.

[6] f Contr. Apion sub initio.

[7] g In Ἀκουσίλαος

[8] h Ioseph. cont. Ap. l. 1.

[9] i Dionys. l. 1, initio.

[10] k In Numa.

[11] l Diodor. l. 16. p. 550 Edit. Steph.

[12] m. Polyb. p. 379.b

[13] a In vita Lycurgi sub initio

[14] b In Solon p 151.

[15] a Plutarch in Romulo et Numa.

[16] b In Æneid vii v. 678.

[17] Diodor. l. 1.

[18] d, Plutarch in Romulo

[19] a Lib. 1. in Proem.

[20] b Plut. in Lycurgo sub initio

[21] aHerod. l. 2.

[22] a Pausan. l. 4 c. 3. p. 28 & c. 7. p. 296. Et l. 3. c. 15. p. 245.

[23] a Herod. l. 1. c. 67.

[24] Herod. l. 8.

[25] b Herod. l. 8

[26] c Herod. l. 8.

[27] d Thucyd. l. 2 sub finem.

[28] e Herod. l. 6.

[29] f Herod. l. 6, c. 125, 126.

[30] a Strabo l. 8. p. 355.

[31] b Pausan. l. 6. c. 22.

[32] c Pausan. l. 5. c. 9.

[33] a Strabo l. 8. p. 358 græce.

[34] a Plato in Minoe

[35] b Thucyd. l. p. 13.

[36] c Athen. l. 14. p. 605.

[37] d Pausan. l. 5. c. 8

[38] e Pausan. l. 6. c. 19.

[39] f Plutarch de Musica. Clement. Strom. l. 1. p. 308.

[40] a Herod. l. 6. c. 52.

[41] Pausan. l. 5. c. 4

[42] bPausan. l. 5. c. 1 3, 8. Strabo Geogr. l. 8. p. 357

[43] bPausan. l. 5. c. 1 3, 8. Strabo Geogr. l. 8. p. 357

[44] cPausan. l. 5. c. 4.

[45] cPausan. l. 5. c. 4.

[46] aPausan. l. 5. c. 18.

[47] aSolin. c. 30.

[48] aThucyd. l. 6. initio Euseb Chron.

[49] a Thucyd. ib.

[50] b Apud. Dionys. l. 1. p. 15.

[51] aDionys. l. 1. p. 15.

[52] See Dionys. Halycarnass. l. 1. p. 44, 45.

[53] a Apollon. in Argonaut. l. 1. v. 101.

[54] b Plutarch in Theseo.

[55] c Diodor l1. p. 35.

[56] d Ioseph. Antiq. c. 8. l. 4.

[57] a Antiq. l. 8. c. 2, 5. & l. 9. c. 14.

[58] b Homer. Il. ω.

[59] a Euanthes apud Athenæum l. 67. p. 296.

[60] b Hyginus Fab. 14.

[61] a Pausan l. 2. c. 6.

[62] b Hygin. Fab. 78.

[63] c Homer. Il. ω

[64] d Hygin. Fab. 14.

[65] a Isa 23.2

[66] b 1 King. V.6

[67] c Conon Narrat. 37.

[68] c Conon Narrat. 37.

[69] d Nonnus Dionysiac. l. 13. v. 333 & seq. Bochart Canaan l. 1 c. 24.

[70] e Athæn. l. 4. c. 23.

[71] f Strabo l. 10. p. 661. Herod. l. 1

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

[73] a Strabo l. 16.

[74] b 2 Chron. 21.8. 10.

[75] 2 Chron. 21.8, 10

[76] c Herod. l. 1. initio.

[77] d Solin: cap. 26.

[78] e Strabo l. 10 p. 447. & l. 9. p. 401.

[79] f Herod l. 5

[80] a Strabo l. 1. p. 48

[81] b Bochart. Canaan l. 1. c. 34

[82] e Achil: Tatij l. 2. initio. p. 67.

[83] f Phil. ib. l. 2. c. 14.

[84] c Philostratus in vita Apollonij l. 5. c. 1, & apud Photium.

[85] dPomp. l. 3. c. 6

[86] c Aristot. de mirabil.

[87] d Philostratus in vita Apollonij l. 5. c. 1, et apud Photium.

[88] a Homer Od. ε 5 Diodor l. 5. p. 237.

[89] b Diodor. l. 1. p. 17.

[90] c Pausan l. 2. c. 25.

[91] a Pausan l. 5. c. 1. p. 376. Apollodor. l. 1. c. 7.

[92] b Pausan. l. 7. c. 1.

[93] cPausan. l. 1. c. 37. & l. 10. c. 29.

[94] d Pausan. l. 7. c. 1.

[95] a Hesych in Κράναος. Suidas in Ρἁρο

[96] a in I Alcib.

[97] a Pausan. l. 8. c. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

[98] b Pausan. l. 8. c. 4. Apollodor. Argon. l. 1. v. 161.

[99] c Pausan. l. 8. c. 4.

[100] d Pausan. l. 7. c. 18.

[101] a Pausan. l. 8. c. 4 Apollodor. Argon. l. 1. v. 161.

[102] a Herod. l. 5. c. 58.

[103] b Strabo l. 10. p. 464, 465, 466.

[104] c Clem. Strom. l. 1.

[105] d Pausan. l 9. c. 11.

[106] d Pausan. l 9. c. 11.

[107] e Strabo l. 10. p. 472, 473. Diodor. l. 5. c. 4.

[108] f Strabo l. 10. p. 468, 472 Diodor. l. 5. c. 4.

[109] g Lucian de Sacrificijs. Apollodor. l. 1. c. 1. sect. 3 & c. 2 sect. 1.

[110] aAthen. l. xiii. p. 601.

[111] b Lucian de Dea Syria.

[112] a Thucyd. ib

[113] b Apud Dionys. l. 1. p. 15.

[114] a Herod. l. 8.

[115] b Herod l. 8.

[116] c Herod. l. 8.

[117] d Thucyd. l2 prope finem.

[118] e Herod. l. 6.

[119] a Strabo l. 8. p. 355.

[120] b Pausan. l. 6. c. 22.

[121] c Pausan. l. 5. c. 9.

[122] a Strabo l. 8. p. 358 græcè

[123] See Dionys. Halycarnass. l. 1. p. 41, 45.

[124] a Vide Bocharti Epistolam de Quæstione Num Æneas unquam fuerit in Italia?

[125] a Pausan. l. 2. c. 6.

[126] b Hygin. Fab. 7 & 8.

[127] c Homer. Il. ω.

[128] d Hygin. Fab. 14.

[129] a Pausan. l. 2. c. 5, 6.

[130] b Herod. l. 2.

[131] c Hygin. Fab. 7 & 8

[132] a Homer Odys. 5. Diodor. l. 5. p. 237.

[133] b Diodor. l. 1. p. 17.

[134] c Pausan. l. 2. c. 25.

[135] a Apollodor. l. 2 sect. 5

[136] b Herod. l. 7.

[137] c Bochart. Canaan part. 2. cap. 13.

[138] d Apollon Argonaut l. 1. c. 7.

[139] e Herod l. 3

[140] f Conon Narrat. 19.

[141] a Pausan. l. 5, c. 1. p.376. Apollodor. l. 1, c. 7.

[142] b Pausan. l. 7, c. 1.

[143] c Pausan. l. 1, c. 37. & l. 10, c. 29.

[144] d Pausan. l. 7, c. 1.

[145] a Hesych in Κράναος. Suidas in ῾Ραρος.

[146] a Themist. Orat. 19.

[147] b Plato in I Alcib.

[148] a Pausan. l. 8, c. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

[149] a Thucyd. ib.

[150] b Apud Dionys. l. 1. p. 15.

[151] a Herod. l. 8

[152] b Herod. l 8.

[153] c Herod. l. 8.

[154] d Thucyd. l. 2 prope finem.

[155] e Herod. l. 6.

[156] a Strabo l. 8. p. 355.

[157] b Pausan. l. 6. c. 22.

[158] Pausan. l. 5. c. 9.

[159] a Strabo l. 8. p. 358. græce.

[160] See Dionys. Halycarnas. l. 1. p. 44, 45.

[161] a Pausan. l. 2. c. 6.

[162] b Hygin. Fab 7 & 8

[Editorial Note 1] The following passage is written upside down and runs in sequence from f. 28v to f. 26v.

[163] a Thucyd. ib

[164] b Apud Dionys. l. 1 p. 15

[165] a Herod.

[166] b Herodot. l. 8.

[167] c Herod. l. 8

[168] d Thucyd. l. 2 prope finem

[169] e Herod. l. 6.

[170] eight or nine

[171] a Strabo l. 8. p. 355.

[172] b Pausan. l. 6, c. 22.

[173] c Pausan. {l. 5} c. 9.

[174] a Strabo l. 8. p. 358 græce.

[175] 220

[176] See Dionys. Halycarnas. l. 1. p. 44, 45.

[177] a Pausan. l. 2. c. 6.

[178] b Hygin. Fab. 7 & 8.

[179] b Hygin. Fab. 7 & 8.

[180] c Homer. Il. ω.

[181] d Hygin. Fab. 14.

[182] a Homer. Odys. 5. Diodor. l. 5, p. 237.

[183] b Diodor. l. 1 p. 17.

[184] c Pausan. l. 2. c. 25.

[185] a Apollodor. l. 2. sect. 5.

[186] b Herod. l. 7.

[187] c Bochart Canaan. part. 2, cap. 13.

[188] d Apollon. Argonaut. l. 1. c. 7.

[189] e Hesiod. l. 3.

[190] f Conon Narrat.19.

[Editorial Note 2] The text on this page is written upside down.

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