Catalogue Entry: THEM00215

Untitled treatise on Revelation (Section 1.8)

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: Yahuda Ms. 1.8, 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] * sc. Persico

[2] Lib. Iuchasin.

[3] Lib. פ חמי

[4] a Zosimus lib. 1 dicit Alexandrum ex familia Severi pregnatum.

[5] a Vide Caspar. Waserum de Antiqu. mensur. l. 2. c. 3.

[6] a See the Catalogue of Emperors in Onuphrius, lib. 1 Romanorum Principum.

[7] Euseb. Chron. & Eutrop. lib. 9.

[8] b Hispania duodecim annis ferè sub Barbaris laboravit regnante Gallieno. Oros. l. 7. c. 41.

[9] Successores Decaci, Roduani & Adsli vide apud Pharagium, Guilielmum Tyrium, & Sanutum.

[10] d. Pharajius pag 325. Vincentius in Speculo Historiale lib 31 cap {illeg}

[11] d. Pharagius pag: 314, 317, 321, 332, & 333.

[12] e pag: 347.

[13] a Ammianus lib 24. Plin. Nat. hist. l 6, c 26. Greg. Nazianzen. Orat. 2 in Iulian.

[14] b Benjamin in Itinerario pag 62 edit. Elzevir. & Geogr. Nub. part 6, clim 4.

[15] f. Benjamin in Itinerario pag 62. Edit. Elzevir & Geogr. Nub. part. 6, clim 4.

[16] * Sic vocabant totum regnum Persicum seu Parthicum, sub quo tunc continebatur Armenia.

[17] g Geogr. Nubiensis clim: 5, Part: 5.

[18] k. Heroldi continuatio belli sacri.

[19] a Pharagius p 333

[20] b Pharag. pag 345

[21] c Pharagius pag 279 & 283.

[22] c Pharagius pag 279 & 283.

[23] d Geogr. Nub. Clim 5. part 5.

[24] a. Carrhæ.

[25] c. Edessa.

[26] b Aython Armenus cap 28. Pharagius dicit intra paucos dies

[27] Niceph: lib 4. cap 5. Sanuti secreta crucis lib 3. part 13. cap 7. Sanutus refert hanc Asiæ invasionem ad an 1259, sed Nicephorus meliùs ad annum post invasionem Syriæ.

[28] Niceph. lib 7.

[29] Ducæ Hist. Byzantin.

[30] NB. Βασιλεις Reges, apud Græcos tantum pro Monarchis præpotentibus quales nos jam reges dicimus: usurpabatur, sed inferioris etiam generis Principes significabat ut apud {Homsmum} uno loco ridere et sic et {בילך} significationis vox Hebræa, in Sacris literis pro Principibus, Ducibus & singularum ferè urbium Dominis usurpatur, ut e regibus triginta et uno quos Ioshua in exiguo illo terræ sanctæ circuitu superavit, (Iosh 12,) & quinque Regibus Midian a Mose cæsis Num. 31.8, qui in Iosh: 13.21 Principes Midian & Duces Sehon vocantur, manifestum est.

[31] Apomasar cap 152.

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