235 Gordyaeum.

236 See Fuller, Misc. Sacr., i. 4: and Bochart, Phaleg., p. 22.

237 [See p. 149, note 10, supra.]

238 That is the name the Mohammedans give to their Traditions.

239 Simon de Magistris, Acta Martyrum Ostiensium, Append., p.439.

240 That is an attempt to express in Greek letters the Hebrew title, viz., slht rp1

241 [See vol. iii. pp. 94, 103.]

242 Luke vii. 41. [Dan. viii. 13, (Margin.) "Palmoni," etc.]

243 Gen. vi. 3.

244 i.e., in our version the 101st.

245 [See learned remarks of Pusey, p. 27 of his Lectures on Daniel.]

246 Isa. liii. 9. [Vol. i. cap. iv. p. 50.]

247 John iii. 31.

248 The Greek is: ontwn yalmwn, kai ouswn wdwn/, kai yalmwn wdhj, kai wdwn yalmou.

249 Ecclus. i. 26.

250 [Our author throws no great light on this vexed word, but the article Selah in Simith's Dict. of the Bible is truly valuable.]

251 De Magistris, Acta Martyrum Ostien., p. 256.

252 The allusion probably is to the seat of imperial power itself.

253 He is addressing his amanuensis, a man not without learning, as it seems. Hippolytus dictates these words.