6 Also in Eusebius, Hist. Eccl., iii. 20.
7 Ta\ e0pithdeu/mata au0tou=.
9 Also in Eusebius, Hist. Eccl., iii. 32.
10 9Upatikou=. [St. John died a few years before.]
11 Tou= swthriou khru/gmatoj.
12 Also in Eusebius, Hist. Eccl., iv. 22.
13 'En tw|= o0rqw|= lo/go|.
14 [Elucidation, p. 785.]
15 'Akoai=j mata/aij.
16 'Eme/risan th\n e0nwsin th=j e0kklhsi/aj. [Acts xx. 29-31.]
1 Book iv. cap. 24, from which these Fragments are collected. See Westcott, On the Canon, p. 206.
2 See Lightfoot, Ap. Fathers, part ii. vol. i. p. 555, where he corrects the reading kai\ Polu/karpoj.
1 [Routh (also on Pinytus and Soter), R.S., p. 177. This series, vol. vi. p. 102, note 3. Note also Lightfoot, A.F., part ii. vol. ii. p. 192, note 1; and Westcott, Canon, p. 206.]
2 [Comp. p. 758, note 8, supra. Also Ignatius, vol. i. p. 63, at note 2, this series.]
3 MSS. "planted."
4 The text is evidently corrupt.
5 [For the reply of Pinytus, and what is said by Eusebius of seven other epistles, see Routh, R.S., vol. i. pp. 181-184.]
6 i.e., of such importance or of such a character.
1 In Eusebius, Hist. Eccl., v. 13.
2 Or Rhodo.
3 Vol. vii. pp. 333-338, this series, where I neglected to insert a reference to Routh, Rel. Sac., vol. ii. pp. 183-217.
4 H.E., book v. cap. 13.
5 Vol. ii. p. 62, this series.
6 See Origen, vol. iv. p. 567, this series.
7 Rel. Sac., vol. i. pp. 437-446.
1 The Marcionites.
2 Politei/a|. See Migne's note.
3 'Arxh/n. [See vol. vii. p. 365, this series.]
5 Some copies have "Marcion the sailor," and so Tertullian (de Proescriptionibus) speaks of him. [Vol. iii. cap. 30, p. 257, this series.]
6 To\n lo/gon.
1 A fact which gave rise to a controversy, on which cnosult Routh, Rel. Sac., vol. ii. p. 78.
2 See vol. vi. p. 358, etc., this series, where I have spoken of Maximus as the original of the Dialogue ascribed to Mathodius.
3 Routh, Rel. Sac., vol. ii. p. 85. See pp. 77-121, devoted to this author.
1 In Eusebius, Praep. Evang., vii. 22.
2 Xwrhto\n, the reading of one MS. instead of xwrhtiko/n.
3 For ei0 de\ me/roj au0th=j, o_lon e0xw/rhsen au0to/n, Migne reads, ei! ge (or ei0 dh\) me/roj au0th=j o#on, k.t.l.
4 Sustolh/n tina.