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RECTOR OF THE UNITED PARISHES OF SAINT EDMUND THE KING AND MARTYR AND SAINT NICHOLAS ACONS,

LOMBARD STREET; PREBENDARY OF SAINT PAUL's.

NEW EDITION,

FROM THE SEVENTH LONDON EDITION, CORRECTED AND ENLARGE D.

ILLUSTRATED WITH NUMEROUS MAPS AND FAC-SIMILES OF BIBLICAL MANUSCRIPTS.

VOLUME II.

Philadelphia:
PUBLISHED BY DESILVER, THOMAS & CO., 253 MARKET-ST.

STEREOTIPED BY L. JOINSON.

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POLITICAL ANTIQUITIES OF THE JEWS.

Chapter I. Different forms of Government, and

13, 14

Political State of the Hebrews, or Jews, from the

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Patriarchal T'imes to the Babylonian Captivity.

15

I. Patriarchal Government .

16,17

11. Government

under Moses, –a Theocracy ; iis Na-

17

ture and Design

ib.

1. Heads, or Princes of Tribes and Families

17, 18

2. Jethronian Prefects, or Judges appointed by

Moses

18, 19

3. The Senate, or Council of Seventy Assessors

19

4. Scribes

19, 20 II. Government of the Judges

IV. Regal Government instituted

20

1. Functions and Privileges of the Kings

21

2. Inauguration of the Kings

ib.

3. Chief Distinctions of Majesty

21, 22

4. Scriptural Allusions to the Couris of Sove

reigns and Princes explained

22 V. Revenues of the Kings of Israel

ib. VI. Magistrates under the Monarchy

VII. Officers of the Palace

ib. VIII. The Royal Harem.

IX. Promulgation of Laws

X. The Kingdoms of Judah and Israel founded

Schism between the Twelve Tribes; its latent

Causes

XI. Reasons why the Kingdom of Judah subsisted

longer than that of Israel

XII. State of the Hebrews during the Babylonish Cap-

23

tivity

ib.

ib.

23, 24 CHAPTER II. Political State of the Jews, from their

24 Return from the Babylonish Captivity to the Sub-

ib. version of their Civil and Ecclesiastical Polity.

ib.

24, 25 Section I. Political State of the Jews under the Mac-

cabees, and the Sovereigns of the Herodian Family.

25-29

29-31 I. Brief Account of the Maccabees

31, 32 II. Sorereigns of the Herodian Family :-

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1. Herod the Great-St. Matthew's Narrative

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of his Murder of the Infants at Bethlehem

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confirmed

2. Archelaus

34, 35

3. Herod Antipas

4. Philip

5. Herod Agrippa

6. Agrippa, Junior

7. Bernice and Drusilla

35

SECTION II. Political State of the Jews under the

35-37 Roman Procurators, to the Subversion of their

37 Civil and Ecclesiastical Polity.

ib.

I. Powers and Functions of the Roman Procurators .

37, 38

II. Political and Civil State of the Jews under their

Administration

38

III. Account of Pontius Pilate

ib.

IV. And of the Procurators, Felix, Festus, and Gessius

ib.

Florus.

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tary Officers, mentioned in ihe New Testament

ib.

II. Allusions to the Armour of the Romans

ib III. Allusions to their Military Discipline.—Strict Sub-

ib.

ordination.-Rewards of the Soldiers who dis-

ib.

tinguished themselves .

69 IV. Allusions to the Roman Triumphs

93, 94

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