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THOMAS HARTWELL HORNE, B.D.

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OF SAINT JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE ;
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RECTOR OF THE UNITED-PARISHES OF SAINT EDMUND THE KING AND MARTYR AND SAINT NICHOLAS ACONS,

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FROM THE EIGHTH LONDON EDITION, CORRECTED AND ENLARGED.

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

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POLITICAL ANTIQUITIES OF THE JEWS.

CHAPTER I. Different Forms of Government, and

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Political State of the Hebrews, or Jews, from the

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Patriarchal Times to the Babylonian Captivity.

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I.

16,17

11. Government under Moses,-a Theocracy; its na:

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1. Heads, or Princes of Tribes and Families

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2. Jethronian Prefects, or Judges appointed by

Moses

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3. The Senate, or Council of Seventy Assessors

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4. Scribes

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III. Government of the Judges

IV. Regal Government instituted

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1. Functions and Privileges of the Kings

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2. Inauguration of the Kings

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3. Chief Distinctions of Majesty

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4. Scriptural Allusions to the Courts of Sove-

reigns and Princes explained

22 V. Revenues of the Kings of Israel

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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-

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tivity

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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 Mác-

cabees, and the Sovereigns of the Herodian Family.

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29-31 I. Brief Account of the Maccabees

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

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

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3. Herod Antipas

4. Philip

5. Herod Agrippa

6. Agrippa, Junior

7. Bernice and Drusilla

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SECTION II. Political State of the Jews under the

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Roman Procurators, to the Subversion of their

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Civil and Ecclesiastical Polity.

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I. Powers and Functions of the Roman Procurators

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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

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