90 [Kaye, 192. And see cap. x., supra, p. 133. Divine Providence does not exclude the ministry of angels by divine appointment. Resurrection, cap. xviii., infra.]
91 [The Paris editors caution us against yielding to this interpretation of Gen. vi. 1-4. It was the Rabbinical interpretation. See Josephus, book i. cap. 3.]
92 Hesiod, Theog., 27. [Traces of the Nephilim are found in all mythologies.]
93 Eurip.; from an unknown play.
95 Eurip., Cycl., 332 sq.
96 [Kaye, p. 190.]
97 Or, "powers of reasoning" (logismo/j).
98 From an unknown tragedian. [A passage which I cannot but apply to the lapse of Tatian.]
99 Hom., Il., iii. 39.
100 [see note to Theophilus, cap. x., supra, p. 92.]
101 [Kaye, p. 191; and comp. cap. xxiv., supra, p. 142.]
102 [Comp. On the Resurrection, cap. xiii., infra., p. 439 of ed. Edinburgh. Also Kaye, p. 199.]
103 [Kaye, p. 190.]
104 ii. 144. Mr. Rawlinson's translation is used in the extracts from Herodotus.
105 ii. 50.
106 ii. 156.
107 ii. 41.
108 ii. 3. The text is here uncertain, and differs from that of Herodotus. [Herodotus, initiated in Egyptian mysteries, was doubtless sworn to maintain certain secrets of the priests of Osiris.]
109 ii. 61. [The name of Oriris.]
110 ii. 170.
111 ii. 86.
112 Hom., Od., xxi. 28. sq.
113 Hesiod, Frag.
114 i.e., Aesculapius.
115 Pyth., iii. 96 sq.
116 Ascribed by Seneca to the Bellerophon of Eurip.
117 From the Ino, a lost play of Eurip.
118 From the Ino, a lost play of Eurip.
119 Oracc., Sibyll., iii. 108-113. [Kaye, p. 220, and compare cap. vii., supra. The inspiration of Balaam, and likewise that of the ass, must, in my opinion, illustrate that of the Sibyls.]
120 Callim., Hym. Jov., 8 sq. [Tit. i. 12. But St. Paul's quotation is from Epimenides.]