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INDEX OF SCRIPTURAL AND OTHER
REFERENCES
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References are to chapter and line.

Genesis


1. 15

14. 5

1.27

22. 4

1. 15, 16

14. 1

2. 23

22. 4

6. 3

3. 13

3. 7

22. 55



4. 24

7. 19

Ezekiel


6.2

22. 34

8. 23, 32

7. 7

22. 1

8. 6 and note



22. 8, 13

28. 10

Daniel


24. 65

22. 86

3.21

15. 11

32. 29

3. 2 note

3. 49, 50 LXX

29. 5

45. 24

11. 8 and note

6. 10

25. 12



6. 22

29. 6

Exodus




3. 13

3. 2 note

Jonah


3. 14, 15

3. 1

2. 1-10

17. 10

Deuteronomy


Micah


10. 12

28. 10

6. 8

28. 10

Judges


Tobit

12. 12

16. 16

13. 17

3. 2 note



2 Kings


Bel and the Dragon
33

29. 7

1. 10

29. 14



2. 15

1. 17

Matthew


6.18

29. 11

5. 22

11. 6



5. 22, 23

11. 11

Psalms


5. 23, 24

11. 2

44. 22

7. 3

5.44

3. 20

69. 2

1. 32 note

6. 2, 5, 16

22. 64

141. 2

27. 5

6. 5

17. 14; 24. 3



6. 6

1. 23

Proverbs


6. 7, 8

1. 29

21. 1

5. 3

6. 8

10. 1



6. 16-18

18. 9

Isaiah


6. 33

6. 4

1. 2

2. 9

6. 34

6. 20

1. 11, 12

28. 2

7. 9

6. 16


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Matthew (cont.)


3. 31, 32

1. 20

9. 17

1. 5

4. 23, 24

28. 6 ; 29. 1

10. 12

26. 5

5. 43

3.4

10. 37

8.9

5. 43-47

3. 3 note

11. 2

3. 3 note

6. 33, 48, 51

6. 7

15. 1-20

13. 1

6. 37-39

4. 13

15. 26

6. 16

8. 46

7. 3

18. 21

7. 17

10. 30

2. 12

18. 23-36

7. 10

12. 28

3. 4

22. 30

3. 14

12. 37-43

3. 3 note

23. 9

2. 6

16. 24

10. 2

23. 31

14. 3

17. 6

3. 5

26. 26

6. 10



26. 39
26. 41

4. 22

8. 11

Acts


27. 24

13.9

2. 15

25. 4



3. 1

25. 7.

Mark


3. 7

29. 18

2. 22

1. 5

7. 51, 52

14. 3

7. 1-23

13. 1

9. 2

11. 9

7. 27

6. 16

9. 32

29. 18

14. 22

6. 10

9. 36-41

29. 17

14. 36

4. 22

10. 9

25. 5

14. 38

8. 11

12. 10

29. 19



16. 18

29. 18

Luke


16. 25

24. 5

1. 11

16. 16

16. 26

29. 19

5. 37

1. 5

19. 9, 23

11. 9

6. 37

7. 16

27. 35

24. 6 and note

9. 54-56

29. 15



10. 5

26. 5

Romans


10. 22

3. 3 note

8. 36

7. 3

11. 1

1. 15

12. 1

15. 6

11. 5

6. 18



11. 11
12. 16-21

6. 16

6. 20

1 Corinthians




4. 7

22. 66

12. 31

6. 4





7. 25

22. 12

18. 14

20. 36

17. 4
3. 14

11. 3-16
11. 24

20, 21, 22

6. 10

22. 19

6. 10





14. 15

28. 8

22. 42

4. 22



22. 46

8. 11





2 Corinthians


John


5. 2-4

1. 9 note

1. 1-14

1. 1 note

11. 2

22. 73

1. 12

2.3



1. 14

1. 1 note

Galatians


3. 30

1. 16

2. 4

1. 9 note


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Ephesians


De Sermone in Monte

4. 26

11. 13

ii. 19 

8. 4 note

5. 19

28. 13

Cyprian

6. 18

24. 2

De Oratione Dominica



25 

8. 4 note

Colossians


Hernias

3. 16

28. 13

Visio

16. 3 and note



Justin Martyr

1 Timothy


Dialogus

2. 5

1. 12 note

51 

1. 17 note

2. 8

14. 6 ; 24. 2

87 

1. 17 note



Pliny

2 Timothy


Historia Naturalis

2. 3

19. 7

ii. 95 

14. 6 note

4. 13

15. 10

Quintilian



Institutio Oratoria

Hebrews


vii. 9. 9 

1. 27 note

4. 12

17. 8

Tertullian

10. 5

28. 10

Apologeticus

11. 1

1. 32 note


29. 14 note

11. 13

5. 11

17 

1. 12 note

11. 33

29. 6

21 

1. 12 note

11. 34

29. 11

39 

5. 6 note

13. 2

26. 2

De Baptismo

13. 15, 16

28. 9


2. 13 note




16. 6 note

James


20 

22. 63 note

1. 13

8. 4

De Cultu Femmarum

5. 17

29. 12


20. 1 and note



Adversus Iudaeos

1 Peter



1. 17 note

2. 5

28. 1

Adversus Marcionem

3. 1-6

20. 5

iv. 18 

1. 17 note



v. 3 

1. 9 note

Revelation


v. 16 

11. 9 note

3. 12

3. 3 note

Adversus Praxean

4. 8

3. 13

18 

13. 1 note

6. 10

5. 11 and note

23 

3.3 note

8. 3, 4

16. 16

26 

1. 1 note



De Pudicitia

Ambrose


20 

16. 3 note

De Sacramentis


21 

2. 13 note

v. 4

8. 4 note

De Resurrectione Carnis

Augustine


36 

3. 14 note

Enchiridion


Scorpiace

62

3. 14 note

10 

11. 9 note

115

4. 5 note



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INDEX VERBORUM LATINORUM
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in abditum 1. 25
accedere 10. 5
accommodare 6. 21
adaequare 15. 6
adiectio 22. 52
adoptare 4. 11
adorare 1. 15, 23; 2. 7; et saepius
adscribere 22. 47
aequaliter 22. 30
affectare 15. 5
agmen verborum 1. 29
alleluia 27. 1
ampliare 11. 11; 22. 52; 29. 9
ampliatio 6. 22
angelus orationis 16. 16
animare 9. 10
antecessor 22. 76
apostolicus 15. 3
appellatio 2. 3, 11
approbate 1. 10
arteria 17. 7
artifex 8. 10
assidere 16. 1
assignare 16. 1
auctoritas 15. 4
auditus 1. 25
augurari 5. 4
avertere 8. 2

benedicere aliquem 3. 8
benedictio 3. 10
beneficium 3. 9
breviarium 1. 36

caelestis 1. 19, 21, 23; 3. 15; 6. 2
Candidatus 3. 14
carnaliter 6. 12
cathedra 16. 9
cedere 1. 19
censere 6. 10

circumcisio 1. 6
circumstantia 3. 13; 10. 3
claritas 3. 15
clausula 8. 13; 27. 2
cogere 15. 5
cognominare 2.11
commemoratio 1. 36; 9. 5
commendabilior 18. 4
commentarii sacri 22. 2
communitas 25. 5
compar 12. 5
compendium 9. 1
competere 7. 14; 22. 11
complexus 5. 11
concedere 22. 1
condecere 3. 9
condicio 22. 26 (v.l.), 48
conferre 18. 3
confusio 12. 1 (v.l.)
conscientia 13. 12; 14. 3; 22. 80
consequens erat 7. 1
consonare 22. 11 (v.l.)
conspector 17. 8
conspectus 1. 24; 16. 14, 15
constituere 1. 13
constitui (=esse) 11. 10
consuetude 18. 14
contestari 2. 9
contingere 22. 23
conversatio 13. 12
corpus Christi 6. 10, 12; 19. 2, 5
nihil curare de 18. 17

daemonium 17. 8
debitum 7. 4, 7, 10; 9. 6
declinare (=inclinare) 29. 29
dedere 13. 10
deditio 13. 9
deditor 13. 11
deducere 8. 14


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defendere 22. 50, 52
deferre 7. 12
defungi (c. acc.) 22. 36
delegare 7. 13; 29. 8
delere 28. 1
delictum 7. 4, 6, 8, 14; 8. 2; 20. 20
demonstrate 8. 11
demutare 1. 6
denotare 2. 16; 15. 2
deprecatio 9. 6
deputare 5. 4; 15. 5
desiderare 1. 26
designare 21. 4; 22. 17
determinare 1. 3
diabolus 8. 6, 10
dies paschae 18. 15
dirigere 5. 14
disciplina 1. 22, 36; 4. 9; 6. 13; 10. 2;
11. 9; 16. 7; 18. 14; 19. 10; 22. 31,
49, 57, 74; 25. 13
dispungere 23. 9
divortium 18. 6
dominicus 14. 6; 15. 

edicere 6. 4 (v.l.)
edictum 9. 1
ediscere 3. 16
eleganter 6. 1
enuntiatio 3. 21
eucharistia 19. 3; 24. 7
exactio 7. 9
exemplar 4. 15
exemplum 9. 3; 19. 7
exigere 7. 9
exomologesis 7. 5; 9. 6
expavescere 22. 83
expeditus 8. 1
expiare 29. 19
exponere (=exuere) 15. 7
exprobrare 2. 8; 15. 2
expunctor 1. 9
expungere 9. 3; 11. 12
exspectare 3. 19
extorquere 29. 14
extrinsecus 10. 5; 25. 1

facere alicubi 22. 41
facultas 4. 9

fides 1. 8, 24, 26, 28; et passim
forma 1. 3; 4.1; 29. 4
frequentate 22.21

generaliter 21. 9; 22. 43
genus 2. 15; 22. 44
gestire 8. 6 (v.l.)
gloria (=gloriatio) 22. 68, 70
gradus 1. 31; 21. 5; 22. 3
gratia (dei) 1. 9; 3. 19; 22. 63, 66;
23. 4; 29. 8, 9; aliquid agendi gratia
8. 7; 25. 6

habitus 15. 9; 20. 1; 22. 60; 23. 7
haereditarii rei 14. 4
hostia spiritalis 28. 1, 9

iam hinc 3. 14
immunitas 21. 3
implere 1. 7
importare 24. 4
incrustare 14. 3 (v.l.)
inculcare 6. 15
indifferenter 22. 40
individuitas 6. 11
indulgere 21. 3
infirmitas 8. 6
inrogare 29. 11
instituete 1. 12 (v.l.)
institutio 22. 76
intentio 12. 2
interponere 25. 17
interptetatio figurata 4. 4
interspatia diei 25. 2
investis (=impubes) 22. 28, 33
invidia 5. 12
invocate 2. 12
iustificatior 17. 5

legitimus 10. 4; 25. 14
lex mosaica 1. 7; 7. 18; 11. n
lex nostra 22. 52
liberalitas 7. 1
locus ( — species orationis) 8. 11
longe esse 10. 7

madere 18. 5
malitia 8. 6


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manifestare 3. 5
mater ecclesia 2. 13
cum maxime 16. 14; 23. 3
memoria 3. 9; 11. 1
merito 6. 19
meritum 2. 1, 3; 4. 19
militia 19. 7
modestia 1. 26, 28; 17. 1; 20. 4,
modulari 14. 7
modulus 22. 81
morositas 20. 7 (v.l.)
munditiae 13. 3, 5
munificus 22. 57
mutare (=transire) 22. 56

nationes (=gentiles) 15. 8
natura 22. 44, 56
nominatim 22. 32
nostrates 11. 9 (v.l.)
notitia 22. 88
novum patris nomen 3.3

obire 2. 7
observare 22. 51; 25. 12
observatio 15. 1; 16. 5; 20. 1; 23. 1;
25. 1, 9
obumbrare 22. 62
officium 3. 15; 15. 6; 18. 7; 23. 7;
29. 33
operatio 18. 4 (v.l.), 5, 13
operositas 20. 7 (v.l.)
opimus 27. 5 (v.l.)
bene optare alicui 3. 7; 4. 18
orare 1. 22; et passim
ordinare 9. 8
ordinarius 10. 4
ostensio 22. 67 .

paenitentia 7. 6
parabola 6. 15, 20; 7. 11; 9. 3
passio Christi 4. 21; 14. 7
penes (=apud) 7. 13; 15. 10
percontari 13. 8
perficere 1. 8
perinde 7. 8; 16. 10
perpetuitas 6. 11
perseverare 11.15
pertractus 5. 6 (v.l.)

petitio 3. 17; 4. 6; 6. 3; 10. 6
pietas 2. 11
pignora (=liberi) 8. 9
plagula 1. 5
plenitude 8. 1
postulatio 9. 7
potestas 2. 11; 4. 24
praeceptum 1. 23, 28; 2. 7, 16; 3. 20;
8. 8; 9. 3; 10. 6; 11. 1; 15. 3; 18. 9,
11, 14; 24. 4; 25. 9; 26. 5
praecipere 8. 9
praefinire 5. 9
praeminister 1. 17
praemittere 6. 19
praenubere 22. 84
praenuntiare 1. 16
praescribere 24. 1
praescriptio 20.5
praeses 8. 10
praestruere 1. 15
praesumptio 25. 10
precari 7. 2
privilegium 9. 10; 22. 54
prodere (=revelare) 3. 1
proinde 1. 28; 22. 27, 48
prophetia 1. 7
prospector 10. 1
prospicere 1. 30
protractus 5. 6 (v.l.)
provocare 4. 15
in publico 17. 14; 22. 65; 24. 3
pulsare (=postulare) 6. 18
pulsator nocturnus 6. 18

quale est? 11. 4

ratio dei 1. 1, 10
ratio (=causa praecedens) 13. 8; 18..
8, 11
rationalis 15. 6
receptus solis 11. 13
recogitare 22. 1
reformare 7. 18; 25. 8; 29. 18
refrigeria 25. 18; 26. 4
religio 1. 27; 6. 13; 9. 8; 15. 4
renovare 1. 8
repraesentatio 5. 6
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reservare 19. 5
residere 16. 11
resignare 22. 58
resolvere 19. 4
retentio delictorum 11. 5
retractare 6. 15
retro (=antea) 1. 6, 9; 29. 11
revelare 3. 3

sacrificare 8. 7
sacrificium (—eucharistia) 18. 7; 19.1
sanctificare 3. 11, 12
sapientia divina 6. 1
scandalum 23. 4
scrupulose 13. 8
secrete 1. 23
securitas 6. 22; 22. 80
secus 4. 19
sensus 1. 33; 4. 6
sequens (=secundus) 1. 27, 28
sermo 1. 1, 10, 11, 13, 35
sexus 21, 22 passim
si forte 18. 11
sigillaria 16. 10
signaculum 18. 2
simplicitas 22. 54
simpliciter 4. 6; 16. 5; 25. 8
sollemnis 19. 4; 25. 3
sophia 1. 23, 27, 31
specialiter 21. 9
species 1. 4; 7. 16; 22. 37, 44
spiritalis 1. 8; 6. 13; 13. 2
spiritaliter 6. 6
spiritus (dei) 1. 1, 10, 11, 13, 18; 9. 9;
12. 3; 20. 6; 22. 8; 25. 4; 28. 8, 9;
29. 1
spiritus (hominum.) 4. 5; 12. 2, 4; 13.
1, 4; 22. 85; 25. 18
spiritus (pecudum) 29. 30
statio 19. 1, 2, 4, 7, 8; 23. 11
status 22. 1

sternere 11. 1
subministrare 4. 10
subsellium 16. 9
substantia 1. 32; 4. 9, 21
substringere 1. 32
successus 4. 3
sufferentia 4. 20, 25; 29. 9
aquam sumere 13. 7
superducere 1. 9
superponere 11. 11
superstitio 15. 4
superstitiose 13. 6
superstruere 10. 5
supplere 1. 7
supplicare 8. 3
suspendere 3. 21
suspensio 5. 5
sustinere (=pati) 4. 13, 16

terrenus 1. 19, 20
testimonium 2. 1
transfigurare 22. 60
transigere 13. 5
transire 1. 18
tutela 9. 7

vacare (=orba esse) 22. 40, 41
valere 1. 11
velle (=malle) 4. 8; 7. 7
veneratio 1. 34
venia 7. 5
veritas (i.e. Christus ipse) 28. 7;
29. 1
vetustas 1. 10
via 11. 1, 8, 9
vibrare 29. 30
victima 7. 3
virgines masculi 22. 31
virgo, mulier, femina 21, 22 passim
voluntariae 22. 78
voluntas 4. 1 et saepius; 22. 86


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