What does Six mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
שֵׁ֥שׁ six. 30
שֵׁשׁ־ six. 26
וְשֵׁ֥שׁ six. 19
שֵׁ֣שׁ six. 11
וְשֵׁשׁ־ six. 11
שִׁשָּׁ֥ה six. 11
ἓξ six. 8
שֵׁ֣שֶׁת six. 7
שִׁשָּׁ֣ה six. 6
וְשֵׁ֣שׁ six. 6
שֵׁ֥שֶׁת six. 6
ἕξ six. 5
וְשִׁשָּֽׁה six. 4
שִׁשָּׁ֧ה six. 4
וְשִׁשָּׁ֣ה six. 4
שֵֽׁשׁ־ six. 3
וְשִׁשָּׁ֖ה six. 3
וָשֵׁשׁ֙ six. 3
שֵׁ֖שׁ six. 3
בְּשֵׁ֣שׁ six. 3
שֵׁ֤שׁ six. 3
וְשֵׁ֤שֶׁת six. 3
לְשֵׁ֙שֶׁת֙ six. 2
לְשֵׁ֣שֶׁת six. 2
שֵׁ֤שֶׁת six. 2
שֵׁ֧שֶׁת six. 2
שֵׁ֨שׁ six. 2
שֵׁ֤֣שֶׁת six. 2
וְשִׁשָּׁ֥ה six. 2
כְּשֵׁשׁ־ six. 2
שִׁשָּׁ֤ה six. 2
שֵׁ֧שׁ six. 2
כְּשֵׁ֥שׁ six. 2
וָשֵׁ֖שׁ six. 2
וְשִׁשָּׁ֑ה six. 2
שִׁשָּׁה֙ six. 2
שִׁשָּׁ֗ה six. 1
וְשִׁשָּׁ֗ה six. 1
וָשֵֽׁשׁ six. 1
וְשֵׁ֣שֶׁת six. 1
וְשִׁשָּׁה֙ six. 1
וְשֵׁ֧שֶׁת six. 1
וְשֵֽׁשֶׁת־ six. 1
שִׁשָּׁ֨ה six. 1
שֶׁשׁ־ six. 1
שִׁ֑ת six (as cardinal number). 1
לְשִׁשָּׁ֤ה six. 1
הַשִּׁשָּׁ֧ה six. 1
שִׁשָּׁה֒ six. 1
שֵׁ֖שֶׁת six. 1
לְשֵׁשׁ־ six. 1
שִׁשָּֽׁה six. 1
ἑξακόσιοι six hundred. 1
שֵֽׁשֶׁת־ six. 1
וְשִׁשָּׁ֤ה six. 1
שֵׁ֔שׁ six. 1
וָשֵׁ֗שׁ six. 1
שֵׁשׁ֙ six. 1
ἑξακοσίων six hundred. 1
שֵׁ֔ת six (as cardinal number). 1

Definitions Related to six

H8337


   1 six.
      1a six (cardinal number).
      1b sixth (ordinal number).
      1c in combination with other numbers.
      

G1803


   1 six.
   

H8353


   1 six (as cardinal number).
   

G1812


   1 six hundred.
   

Frequency of six (original languages)

Frequency of six (English)

Dictionary

Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words - six
1: ἕξ (Strong's #1803 — Noun — hex — hex ) whence Eng. prefix, hex---, is used separately from other numerals in Matthew 17:1 ; Mark 9:2 ; Luke 4:25 ; 13:14 ; John 2:6 ; 12:1 ; Acts 11:12 ; 18:11 ; James 5:17 ; Revelation 4:8 . It sometimes suggests incompleteness, in comparison with the perfect number seven.
Notes: (1) In combination with tessarakonta, "forty," it occurs in John 2:20 ; with hebdomekonta, "seventy," Acts 27:37 , "(two hundred) threescore and sixteen." (2) It forms the first syllable of hexekonta, "sixty" (see below) and hexakosioi, "six hundred," Revelation 13:18 (see SIXTY , Note); 14:20.
Charles Buck Theological Dictionary - six Articles
Law of.
See STATUTES.
Chabad Knowledge Base - six remembrances
Six Remembrances, the: verses recited daily at the close of the morning prayers in fulfillment of the Scriptural commandment to remember the subjects of which they speak
Webster's Dictionary - six-Shooter
(n.) A pistol or other firearm which can be fired six times without reloading especially, a six-chambered revolver.
Webster's Dictionary - six-Footer
(n.) One who is six feet tall.
Webster's Dictionary - six
(1):
(n.) The number greater by a unit than five; the sum of three and three; six units or objects.
(2):
(n.) A symbol representing six units, as 6, vi., or VI.
(3):
(a.) One more than five; twice three; as, six yards.
Morrish Bible Dictionary - six
See NUMBERS AS SYMBOLS.
1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Articles, six
Articles of faith imposed by a statute of King Henry VIII in 1539. Also known as the Six-stringed Whip, or Bloody Statute, from the merciless persecutions to which it gave rise. The Articles, composed by Henry without any formal authority from the Church, enforced belief in Transubstantiation, communion in one kind, confession, celibacy of the clergy, vows of chastity, and private Masses.
Wilson's Dictionary of Bible Types - six
This number is used to express man's sufficiency.
Six days were sufficient for man's labor. GOD never intended man to have a five day week, nor an eight hour day. (See Exodus 20:9).
Six steps were sufficient to approach the throne of King Solomon, which was the throne of perfect human judgment. (See1Ki10:19).
The loaves on the table of shewbread were in two rows of six each, and this was a sufficient provision to represent all the tribes of Israel. (See Leviticus 24:6).
The great giant had six fingers on each hand, and six toes on each foot, for he represented the perfect example of that race of giants. (See2Sa21:20).
Six main cities of refuge were sufficient for the protecting care of GOD over the murderer. (See Numbers 35:6).
The mystical number of the antichrist is six hundred sixty-six, for he represents all that man can produce of human wisdom, power and provision. (See Revelation 13:18). This number is arrived at by adding together the numerical values of the letters in the Greek language which compose his name.
1910 New Catholic Dictionary - six Articles
Articles of faith imposed by a statute of King Henry VIII in 1539. Also known as the Six-stringed Whip, or Bloody Statute, from the merciless persecutions to which it gave rise. The Articles, composed by Henry without any formal authority from the Church, enforced belief in Transubstantiation, communion in one kind, confession, celibacy of the clergy, vows of chastity, and private Masses.
1910 New Catholic Dictionary - six-Stringed Whip
Articles of faith imposed by a statute of King Henry VIII in 1539. Also known as the Six-stringed Whip, or Bloody Statute, from the merciless persecutions to which it gave rise. The Articles, composed by Henry without any formal authority from the Church, enforced belief in Transubstantiation, communion in one kind, confession, celibacy of the clergy, vows of chastity, and private Masses.
The American Church Dictionary and Cycopedia - six Points of Ritual
Certain ritual acts in the celebration ofthe Holy Communion which it is claimed have always characterizedthe worship of the Christian Church. They are enumerated as follows:(1) Two Lights on the Altar. (2) The Eastward Position. (3) TheEucharistic Vestments, (4) Wafer Bread. (5) The Mixed Chalice, and(6) Incense; each of which is described under its own proper titleto which the reader is referred.

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Senary - ) Of six; belonging to six; containing six
Hexagonal - ) Having six sides and six angles; six-sided
Sextuple - ) six times as much; sixfold. ) Divisible by six; having six beats; as, sixtuple measure
Sestet - ) A piece of music composed for six voices or six instruments; a sextet; - called also sestuor. ) The last six lines of a sonnet
Sixfold - ) six times repeated; six times as much or as many
Sexlocular - ) Having six cells for seeds; six-celled; as, a sexlocular pericarp
Hexatomic - ) Having six replaceable radicals. ) Having six atoms in the molecule
Sixth - ) Constituting or being one of six equal parts into which anything is divided. ) The quotient of a unit divided by six; one of six equal parts which form a whole. ) The interval embracing six diatonic degrees of the scale
Sexdigitist - ) One who has six fingers on a hand, or six toes on a foot
Seven - ) One more than six; six and one added; as, seven days make one week. ) The number greater by one than six; seven units or objects
Sexennial - ) Lasting six years, or happening once in six years
Hexapod - ) Having six feet. ) An animal having six feet; one of the Hexapoda
Six - ) The number greater by a unit than five; the sum of three and three; six units or objects. ) A symbol representing six units, as 6, vi. ) One more than five; twice three; as, six yards
Sixteen - ) six and ten; consisting of six and ten; fifteen and one more. ) The number greater by a unit than fifteen; the sum of ten and six; sixteen units or objects. ) A symbol representing sixteen units, as 16, or xvi
Tuscaroras - They were conquered in 1713, after which the remnant of the tribe joined the Five Nations, thus forming the six Nations. See six Nations, under six
Six-Shooter - ) A pistol or other firearm which can be fired six times without reloading especially, a six-chambered revolver
Six - ...
Six days were sufficient for man's labor. ...
Six steps were sufficient to approach the throne of King Solomon, which was the throne of perfect human judgment. ...
The loaves on the table of shewbread were in two rows of six each, and this was a sufficient provision to represent all the tribes of Israel. ...
The great giant had six fingers on each hand, and six toes on each foot, for he represented the perfect example of that race of giants. ...
Six main cities of refuge were sufficient for the protecting care of GOD over the murderer. ...
The mystical number of the antichrist is six hundred sixty-six, for he represents all that man can produce of human wisdom, power and provision
Sise - ) six; the highest number on a die; the cast of six in throwing dice
Hexabasic - ) Having six hydrogen atoms or six radicals capable of being replaced or saturated by bases; - said of acids; as, mellitic acid is hexabasic
Thoracica - ) A division of cirripeds including those which have six thoracic segments, usually bearing six pairs of cirri
Hexahemeron - ) The history of the six day's work of creation, as contained in the first chapter of Genesis. ) A term of six days
Hexapla - ) A collection of the Holy Scriptures in six languages or six versions in parallel columns; particularly, the edition of the Old Testament published by Origen, in the 3d century
Hexateuch - (Greek: hex, six; teuchos, case, book) ...
The first six books of the Bible: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, and Josue, so caIled to mark the fact that they form a literary whole
Hexagram - ) A figure of six lines...
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(n. ) A figure composed of two equal triangles intersecting so that each side of one triangle is parallel to a side of the other, and the six points coincide with those of a hexagon. ) In Chinese literature, one of the sixty-four figures formed of six parallel lines (continuous or broken), forming the basis of the Yih King, or "Book of Changes
Hexad - ) An atom whose valence is six, and which can be theoretically combined with, substituted for, or replaced by, six monad atoms or radicals; as, sulphur is a hexad in sulphuric acid
Sheshai - Six; mercy; flax
Senocular - ) Having six eyes
Sexisyllabic - ) Having six syllables
Hexapetalous - ) Having six petals
Hexapterous - ) Having six processes
Hexagynous - ) Having six pistils
Hex-Androus - ) Having six stamens
Hexaemeron - (Greek: six days work) ...
The account, in Genesis 1, of the formation of the world. The presentation of God's work in six natural days is stylistic embellishment of the essential truth that the world comes from God, and allegorical: as God did, so should man work six days and rest after that
Sexangular - ) Having six angles; hexagonal
Sexennially - ) Once in six years
Iron Crown of Lombardy - Legendary diadem of Constantine preserved at Monza, consisting of an inner iron band six inches in diameter, enclosed in a circlet of six plates of gold, richly decorated with jewels and enamel
Twelve - ) One more that eleven; two and ten; twice six; a dozen. ) The number next following eleven; the sum of ten and two, or of twice six; twelve units or objects; a dozen
Sexisyllable - ) A word of six syllables
Hexadactylous - ) Having six fingers or toes
Hexaphyllous - ) Having six leaves or leaflets
Hexametrical - ) Consisting of six metrical feet
Hexangular - ) Having six angles or corners
Hexamerous - ) In six parts; in sixes
Hexade - ) A series of six numbers
Sice - ) The number six at dice
Carbohydrate - ) One of a group of compounds including the sugars, starches, and gums, which contain six (or some multiple of six) carbon atoms, united with a variable number of hydrogen and oxygen atoms, but with the two latter always in proportion as to form water; as dextrose, C6H12O6
Ebal - Moses commanded the Israelites, as soon as they should have passed the river Jordan, to go directly to Shechem, and divide the whole multitude into two bodies, each composed of six tribes; one company to be placed on Ebal, and the other on Gerizim. The six tribes that were on Gerizim were to pronounce blessings on those who should faithfully observe the law of the Lord, and the six others on Mount Ebal were to pronounce curses against those who should violate it, Deuteronomy 11:29 , &c; 27, and 28; Joshua 8:30-31 . ...
This consecration of the Hebrew commonwealth is thought to have been performed in the following manner: The heads of the first six tribes went up to the top of Mount Gerizim, and the heads of the other six tribes to the top of Mount Ebal. The Levites ranged themselves in a circle about the ark; and the elders, with the people, placed themselves at the foot of the mountain, six tribes on a side. When they were thus disposed in order, the priests turned toward Mount Gerizim, on the top of which were the six heads of the six tribes who were at the foot of the same mountain, and pronounced, for example, these words:— "Blessed be the man that maketh not any graven images. " The six princes who were upon the top of the mountain, and the six tribes who were below at its foot, answered, "Amen. " Afterward, the priests, turning toward Mount Ebal, upon which were the princes of the other six tribes, cried, with a loud voice, "Cursed be the man that maketh any graven image;" and were answered by the princes opposite to them and their tribes, "Amen. " The Scripture, at first view, seems to intimate that there were six tribes upon one mountain, and six on the other; but beside that it is by no means probable that the tribes of the Israelites, who were so numerous, should be able to stand on the summits of these two mountains, it would not have been possible for them to have seen the ceremony, nor to have heard the blessings and curses in order to answer them
Hexacapsular - ) Having six capsules or seed vessels
Hexagon - ) A plane figure of six angles
Shaftment - ) A measure of about six inches
Six-Footer - ) One who is six feet tall
Sextain - ) A stanza of six lines; a sestine
Hexapodous - ) Having six feet; belonging to the Hexapoda
Hexahedron - ) A solid body of six sides or faces
Sixscore - ) six times twenty; one hundred and twenty
Sexifid - ) six-cleft; as, a sexfid calyx or nectary
Rhombohedron - ) A solid contained by six rhomboids; a parallelopiped
Hexactinellid - ) Having six-rayed spicules; belonging to the Hexactinellinae
Hexateuch - ) The first six books of the Old Testament
Hexastichon - ) A poem consisting of six verses or lines
World, Ages of - The time preceding the birth of Christ has generally been divided into six ages. The first extends from the beginning of the world to the deluge, and comprehends one thousand six hundred and fifty-six years. The second, from the deluge to Abraham's entering the Land of Promise in 2082, comprehends four hundred and twenty-six years. The sixth, from the Babylonish captivity to the birth of Christ, A
Hexandria - ) A Linnaean class of plants having six stamens
Hexagynia - ) A Linnaean order of plants having six pistils
Hexavalent - ) Having a valence of six; - said of hexads
Sifilet - ) The six-shafted bird of paradise
Hexahedral - ) In the form of a hexahedron; having six sides or faces
Seventy - , "seventy-five," rendered "threescore and fifteen;" for the details see FIFTEEN , Note (1); in Acts 23:23 it is translated "threescore and ten;" in Acts 27:37 it precedes hex, "six," lit. , "seventy-six," rendered "threescore and sixteen
Fathom - Measure of depth equalling six feet (Acts 27:28 )
Sexradiate - ) Having six rays; - said of certain sponge spicules
Thesmothete - ) A lawgiver; a legislator; one of the six junior archons at Athens
Hexa - A prefix or combining form, used to denote six, sixth, etc
Anisomerous - ) Having the number of floral organs unequal, as four petals and six stamens
Sexto - ) A book consisting of sheets each of which is folded into six leaves
Hexapoda - ) The true, or six-legged, insects; insects other than myriapods and arachnids
Hexactinelline - ) Belonging to the Hexactinellinae, a group of sponges, having six-rayed siliceous spicules
Hexameter - ) Having six metrical feet, especially dactyls and spondees. ) A verse of six feet, the first four of which may be either dactyls or spondees, the fifth must regularly be a dactyl, and the sixth always a spondee
Demicannon - ) A kind of ordnance, carrying a ball weighing from thirty to thirty-six pounds
Sextolet - ) A double triplet; a group of six equal notes played in the time of four
Picayune - ) A small coin of the value of six and a quarter cents
Septimole - ) A group of seven notes to be played in the time of four or six
Pood - ) A Russian weight, equal to forty Russian pounds or about thirty-six English pounds avoirdupois
Faith: the Summary of Virtue - The Jews in the Talmud have the saying, 'The whole law was given to Moses at Sinai, in six hundred and thirteen precepts. Isaiah brings them to six, Isaiah 33:4; Micah to three, Micah 6:8; Isaiah, again, to two, Isaiah 46; Habakkuk to this one, 'The just shall live by faith
Shas - , �the six Orders of the Mishnah�); the Talmud in its entirety
Quartzoid - ) A form of crystal common with quartz, consisting of two six-sided pyramids, base to base
Estoile - ) A six-pointed star whose rays are wavy, instead of straight like those of a mullet
Toise - ) An old measure of length in France, containing six French feet, or about 6
Hexeikosane - ) A hydrocarbon, C26H54, resembling paraffine; - so called because each molecule has twenty-six atoms of carbon
Apatite - ) Native phosphate of lime, occurring usually in six-sided prisms, color often pale green, transparent or translucent
Nibshan - One of the six cities of Judah in the midbar , "wilderness," the low district adjoining the Dead Sea
Sixpence - ) An English silver coin of the value of six pennies; half a shilling, or about twelve cents
Secacah - One of Judah's six cities in the midbar or wilderness bordering on the Dead Sea (Joshua 15:61)
Heer - ) A yarn measure of six hundred yards or / of a spindle
Tetradynamous - ) Belonging to the order Tetradynamia; having six stamens, four of which are uniformly longer than the others
Tetradynamia - ) A Linnaean class of plants having six stamens, four of which are longer than the others
Xylenol - ) Any one of six metameric phenol derivatives of xylene, obtained as crystalline substances, (CH3)2
Chalukat hashas - "division of the six Orders of the Mishnah"); apportioning the tractates of the Talmud for yearly study...
Middin - One of the six cities of Judah in the "wilderness" (midbar ; Joshua 15:61, including the waste on the upper level, the cliffs, and shore of the lake). Conder (Palestine Exploration, July 1875) identifies it with Khirbet Mird, one of the six cities of the midbar or "desert", on the edge of the Bukeia, E
Andrea, Giovanni d' - Works: Glossary of the six Books of decretals; Glossary of the Clementine books; Treatise, or Commentary on the decretal letters of Gregory IX; Mercuriales, or commentary on the six rules; Book of the praises of Saint Jerome; Addenda to the Speculum of Durandus
Semiquintile - ) An aspect of the planets when distant from each other half of the quintile, or thirty-six degrees
Futhork - ) The Runic alphabet; - so called from the six letters f, u, / (th), o (or a), r, c (=k)
Sexenary - ) Proceeding by sixes; sextuple; - applied especially to a system of arithmetical computation in which the base is six
Witherite - ) Barium carbonate occurring in white or gray six-sided twin crystals, and also in columnar or granular masses
Twelve - The sum of two and ten twice six a dozen
Hexachord - ) A series of six notes, with a semitone between the third and fourth, the other intervals being whole tones
She-Ari'ah - (valued by Jehovah ), one of the six sons of Azel a descendant of Saul
Hexastyle - ) Having six columns in front; - said of a portico or temple
Absurd - It is absurd to say six and six make ten, or that plants will take root in stone
Battle Range - With the magazine rifle, this is six hundred yards
Ieseckite - ) A mineral occurring in greenish gray six-sided prisms, having a greasy luster
je'ri-el - (people of God ), a man of Issachar, one of the six heads of the house of Tola
Leptus - ) The six-legged young, or larva, of certain mites; - sometimes used as a generic name
Title i - Under this head there are Twenty-six Canons
Hexapla - This "six-fold" Bible, comprising about 50 large volumes, is arranged in six parallel columns which contain the Hebrew text in Hebrew (square) and Greek characters, the Septuagint, and three other Greek versions
Florence - , of six shillings sterling value
Hexacid - ) Having six atoms or radicals capable of being replaced by acids; hexatomic; hexavalent; - said of bases; as, mannite is a hexacid base
Nib'Shan - (soft soil ) one of the six cities of Judah, ( Joshua 15:62 ) which were in the district of the Midbar (Authorized Version "wilderness")
Middin - Measures, one of the six cities "in the wilderness," on the west of the Dead Sea, mentioned along with En-gedi (Joshua 15:61 )
en-Haddah - It is apparently el-Hadetheh about six miles east of Mount Tabor
Enomoty - ) A band of sworn soldiers; a division of the Spartan army ranging from twenty-five to thirty-six men, bound together by oath
Raceabout - ) A small sloop-rigged racing yacht carrying about six hundred square feet of sail, distinguished from a knockabout by having a short bowsprit
Wagonette - ) A kind of pleasure wagon, uncovered and with seats extended along the sides, designed to carry six or eight persons besides the driver
Keturah - Wife or concubine of Abraham by whom he had six sons, Midian being the most noted
Mid'Din - (measures ), a city of Judah, ( Joshua 15:61 ) one of the six specified as situated in the district of "the midbar" (Authorized Version "wilderness")
Gnat - They have six legs and their mouth is formed by a flexible sheath, inclosing bristles pointed like stings. The sting is a tube containing five or six spicula of exquisite fineness, dentated or edged
Antwerp Bible - A great polyglot Bible in six volumes, the "Biblia Regia," published at Antwerp, 1569-1573, by the Plantin press at the expense of Christopher Plantin
Volborthite - ) A mineral occurring in small six-sided tabular crystals of a green or yellow color
Hexose - ) Any member of a group of sugars containing six carbon atoms in the molecule
Viol - A six stringed guitar, in old English (Isaiah 5:12; Isaiah 14:11; Amos 5:23; Amos 6:5)
Platyrhini - ) A division of monkeys, including the American species, which have a broad nasal septum, thirty-six teeth, and usually a prehensile tail
Turacin - It contains nearly six per cent of copper
Jah'da-i - (whom Jehovah directs ), a man who appears to be thrust abruptly into the genealogy of Caleb, as the father of six sons
Seventh - ) One next in order after the sixth; one coming after six others. ) Next in order after the sixth;; coming after six others
Parallelopiped - ) A solid, the faces of which are six parallelograms, the opposite pairs being parallel, and equal to each other; a prism whose base is a parallelogram
Shoshannim - Some think that an instrument of six strings is meant
Six remembrances - Six Remembrances, the: verses recited daily at the close of the morning prayers in fulfillment of the Scriptural commandment to remember the subjects of which they speak...
Hexane - They are colorless, volatile liquids, and are so called because the molecule has six carbon atoms
Bere - ) Barley; the six-rowed barley or the four-rowed barley, commonly the former (Hord
Sheading - The island is divided into six sheadings
Almadie - ) A boat used at Calicut, in India, about eighty feet long, and six or seven broad
Shushan - These groups were arranged into a central phalanx of thirty-six columns (six rows of six each), flanked on the west, north, and east by an equal number, disposed in double rows of six each, and distant from them 64 feet 2 inches
Five-Twenties - ) Five-twenty bonds of the United States (bearing six per cent interest), issued in 1862, '64, and '65, redeemable after five and payable in twenty years
Royal Spade - A spade when spades are trumps under the condition that every trick over six taken by the successful bidder has a score value of 9; - usually in pl
Tael - ) A denomination of money, in China, worth nearly six shillings sterling, or about a dollar and forty cents; also, a weight of one ounce and a third
Yawl - ) A small ship's boat, usually rowed by four or six oars
Thorntail - ) A beautiful South American humming bird (Gouldia Popelairii), having the six outer tail feathers long, slender, and pointed
Chinquapin - ) A branching, nut-bearing tree or shrub (Castanea pumila) of North America, from six to twenty feet high, allied to the chestnut
Abelcarmaim - Meadow of vineyards; a village of the Ammonites, six miles from Rabbath-Ammon; in the history of Jephthah it is called "the plain of the vineyards," Judges 11:33
Fathom - 1: ὀργυιά (Strong's #3712 — Noun Feminine — orguia — org-wee-ah' ) akin to orego, "to stretch," is the length of the outstretched arms, about six feet, Acts 27:28 (twice)
Paned - ) Having flat sides or surfaces; as, a six/paned nut
Holluschickie - one from three to six years old; - called also bachelor, because prevented from breeding by the older full-grown males
Dynastidan - Hercules) of tropical America, which grow to be six inches in length
Migdal el - of Yarun (Iron) and six of Hurah (Horem)
Secacah - Enclosure, one of the six cities in the wilderness of Judah, noted for its "great cistern" (Joshua 15:61 )
Canted - ) Having angles; as, a six canted bolt head; a canted window
Farandole - ) A rapid dance in six-eight time in which a large number join hands and dance in various figures, sometimes moving from room to room
Lepidomelane - ) An iron-potash mica, of a raven-black color, usually found in granitic rocks in small six-sided tables, or as an aggregation of minute opaque scales
Sext - (Latin: sextus, six) ...
In the Divine Office, the office of the sixth hour (midday), comprising an invariable hymn, three variable psalms, little chapter, response, and oration proper to the day
Lily - ) A plant and flower of the genus Lilium, endogenous bulbous plants, having a regular perianth of six colored pieces, six stamens, and a superior three-celled ovary
Cities of refuge - (Orei Miklat): In biblical times, six cities in the Land of Israel were designated as "cities of refuge
Zechariah, king of israel - Killed a mere six months later, and succeeded by his assassin, King Shallum ben Jabesh
Knight's Fee - , the amount of land the holding of which imposed the obligation of knight service, being sometimes a hide or less, sometimes six or more hides
Kent Bugle - A curved bugle, having six finger keys or stops, by means of which the performer can play upon every key in the musical scale; - called also keyed bugle, and key bugle
Sec'Acah, - (thicket ), one of the six cities of Judah which were situated in the Midbar ("wilderness"), that is, the tract bordering on the Dead Sea
lo, How the Savage Crew - There are six translations; the English title given is by E
Fathom - faethm, "bosom," or the outstretched arms), a span of six feet (Acts 27:28 )
Orei miklat - "cities of refuge") In biblical times, six cities in the Land of Israel were designated as "cities of refuge
Salt, City of - One of the six cities in the wilderness that fell to the lot of Judah
Shamgar - Son of Anath and a judge in Israel: he slew six hundred men with an ox-goad, and delivered Israel out of the hands of the Philistines
en ut Superba Criminum - There are six translations; the English title given is by E
Fourpence - ) A name formerly given in New England to the Spanish half real, a silver coin worth six and a quarter cents
Centilitre - ) The hundredth part of a liter; a measure of volume or capacity equal to a little more than six tenths (0
Uitar - ) A stringed instrument of music resembling the lute or the violin, but larger, and having six strings, three of silk covered with silver wire, and three of catgut, - played upon with the fingers
Residencia - ) In Spanish countries, a court or trial held, sometimes as long as six months, by a newly elected official, as the governor of a province, to examine into the conduct of a predecessor
Blacksnake - ) A snake of a black color, of which two species are common in the United States, the Bascanium constrictor, or racer, sometimes six feet long, and the Scotophis Alleghaniensis, seven or eight feet long
Beth-Emek - Located at modern tel Mimas, six and a half miles northeast of Acco
Milreis - ) A Portuguese money of account rated in the treasury department of the United States at one dollar and eight cents; also, a Brazilian money of account rated at fifty-four cents and six mills
John Sicco - Elected by the party of John Crescentius, he reigned less than six months
John Xvii, Pope - Elected by the party of John Crescentius, he reigned less than six months
Jam Morte Victor Obruta - There are six translations
Now Christ, the Conqueror of Death - There are six translations
Salt, City of, - the fifth of the six cities of Judah which lay in the "wilderness
Pentacle - ) A figure composed of two equilateral triangles intersecting so as to form a six-pointed star, - used in early ornamental art, and also with superstitious import by the astrologers and mystics of the Middle Ages
Hail, Holy Wounds of Jesus, Hail - six translations are in existence; the English title given is by H
Cheval-de-Frise - ) A piece of timber or an iron barrel traversed with iron-pointed spikes or spears, five or six feet long, used to defend a passage, stop a breach, or impede the advance of cavalry, etc
Sicco, John - Elected by the party of John Crescentius, he reigned less than six months
Salvete Christi Vulnera - six translations are in existence; the English title given is by H
Cold Wave - In the terminology of the United States Weather Bureau, an unusual fall in temperature, to or below the freezing point, exceeding 16� in twenty-four hours or 20� in thirty-six hours, independent of the diurnal range
Five - ) The number next greater than four, and less than six; five units or objects
Dove Plant - A Central American orchid (Peristeria elata), having a flower stem five or six feet high, with numerous globose white fragrant flowers
Flageolet - ) A small wooden pipe, having six or more holes, and a mouthpiece inserted at one end
Jam Toto Subitus Vesper Eat Polo - There are six translations; the English title given is by Monsignore Henry
Now Let the Darkling Eve - There are six translations; the English title given is by Monsignore Henry
Arethas And Companions, Saint - Arethas, ninety-six years old, was beheaded; some of the others were burnt alive
Mahanehdan - 'The camp of Dan,' the place where six hundred men of Dan encamped 'behind' Kirjath-jearim on their march towards Laish
Ches'Alon - (hopes ), a place named as one of the landmarks on the west part of the north boundary of Judah, ( Joshua 15:10 ) probably Kesla , about six miles to the northeast of Ainshems , on the western mountains of Judah
Sceptre - A "rod" or decorated staff, sometimes six feet long, borne by kings and magistrates as a symbol of authority, Genesis 49:10 Numbers 24:17 Esther 4:11 5:2 Isaiah 14:5 Zechariah 10:11
Cockcrowing - They divided the night into four watches of three hours each, that is, from six in the evening to nine; from nine to twelve; from twelve to three; and from three to six
Cohort - ) A body of about five or six hundred soldiers; the tenth part of a legion
Goliath - (9th century BCE) A Philistine warrior "six cubits and a span" tall, he would taunt the Israelite army, challenging them to fight him
Gittite - six hundred Gittites came with David from Gath into Israel (15:18,19)
o Quot Undis Lacrimarum - six translations are in existence; the English title given is by E
What a Sea of Tears And Sorrow - six translations are in existence; the English title given is by E
Counter-Paly - Thus the escutcheon in the illustration may also be blazoned paly of six per fess counterchanged argent and azure
Pancratium - ) A genus of Old World amaryllideous bulbous plants, having a funnel-shaped perianth with six narrow spreading lobes
Jesu Decal Angelicum - There are six translations of the entire hymn; many of this cento
o Jesu, Thou the Beauty Art - There are six translations of the entire hymn; many of this cento
Acetone - ) A volatile liquid consisting of three parts of carbon, six of hydrogen, and one of oxygen; pyroacetic spirit, - obtained by the distillation of certain acetates, or by the destructive distillation of citric acid, starch, sugar, or gum, with quicklime
Bethlehem - A town or village in Judea, about six miles south-east of Jerusalem famous for its being the place of Christ's nativity
Water Monitor - It becomes five or six feet long
Golan - One of the six cities of refuge
Jesu Rex Admirabilis - Saint Bernard (1091-1153) is usually considered the author of the complete hymn, which has six translations
Beth-Arabah - One of the six cities of Judah, situated in the Arabah or sunken valley of the Jordan and the Dead Sea; between Bethhoglah and the high land on the W
Cardinal - One of the chief governors of the Romish church, by whom the pope is elected out of their own number, which contains six bishops, fifty priests, and fourteen deacons: these constitute the sacred college, and are chosen by the pope
o Jesu, King Most Wonderful - Saint Bernard (1091-1153) is usually considered the author of the complete hymn, which has six translations
Adoraim - ” City located at modern Durah, six miles southwest of Hebron
Township - ) In surveys of the public land of the United States, a division of territory six miles square, containing 36 sections
Kanah - A town in the district of Asher, Joshua 19:28; now a village, ʾAin Kana, six miles southeast of Tyre
Seven - Four and three one more than six or less than eight
Trapezohedron - ) A tetartohedral solid of the hexagonal system, bounded by six trapezoidal planes
Yiftach - A Gileadite renowned for his valor, the sixth of the Judges, he judged the Israelites for six years (988-982 BCE)
Semidiurnal - ) Pertaining to, or traversed in, six hours, or in half the time between the rising and setting of a heavenly body; as, a semidiurnal arc
Pot-Walloper - ) A voter in certain boroughs of England, where, before the passage of the reform bill of 1832, the qualification for suffrage was to have boiled (walloped) his own pot in the parish for six months
Jephthah - A Gileadite renowned for his valor, the sixth of the Judges, he judged the Israelites for six years (988-982 BCE)
Ottava Rima - A stanza of eight lines of heroic verse, with three rhymes, the first six lines rhyming alternately and the last two forming a couplet
Xylidine - ) Any one of six metameric hydrocarbons, (CH3)2
Loach - ) Any one of several small, fresh-water, cyprinoid fishes of the genera Cobitis, Nemachilus, and allied genera, having six or more barbules around the mouth
Shamgar - Scripture only says he defended Israel, and killed six hundred Philistines with an ox-goad
Nain - It is now called Nein, and is on the northwestern edge of Little Hermon, six miles southeast of Nazareth, and 25 miles southwest of Tell Hum (Capernaum?)
Handbreadth - Ezekiel's long cubit was six handbreaths, one more than the common cubit (Ezekiel 40:5 )
Delany, Patrick Bernard - A prolific inventor, holding over 150 patents protecting his appliances in the coincident telegraphing of six messages over the same wire, anti-induction cables, talking-machines, and the locating of certain metallic bodies, such as gold, submerged in the ocean
Log - It is the Hebrew unit of measure of capacity, and is equal to the contents of six ordinary hen's eggs=the twelfth part of a him, or nearly a pint
Hebrew servant - Law of: If a Jew stole and could not afford to make restitution, the courts would sell him into servitude for a six year term and payment from his "sale" would go towards paying his debt
Day's Journey - The usual length of a day's journey in the East, on camel or horseback, in six or eight hours, is about 25 or 30 miles
Canna - ) A measure of length in Italy, varying from six to seven feet
Hammock - ) A swinging couch or bed, usually made of netting or canvas about six feet wide, suspended by clews or cords at the ends
Sarid - Spelled Sedud by some early versions, Sarid is probably modern tell Shadud at the northern edge of the Jezreel Valley about six miles northeast of Megiddo and five miles southeast of Nazareth
Ecclesiastical Abbreviators - They were organized into a college under Pope Pius II, reduced by Pope Pius VII to seventeen prelates, six lay or clerical substitutes and one sub-substitute, and let disappear entirely under Pope Saint Pius X
Abbreviators, Ecclesiastical - They were organized into a college under Pope Pius II, reduced by Pope Pius VII to seventeen prelates, six lay or clerical substitutes and one sub-substitute, and let disappear entirely under Pope Saint Pius X
Eliab - There are in all six persons of this name mentioned in the Bible
Wimple - See Ruth 3:15 , Boaz gives Ruth six measures of barley, which she carries away in her mantle, rather than veil, as in the English translation
Leek - Numbers 11:5 (c) The six vegetables mentioned in this passage refer to six kinds of pleasures with which the Egyptians regaled themselves
Adrian v, Pope - During his reign of six weeks he annulled the rigid enactments of Pope Gregory X concerning conclaves
Fieschi, Ottobuono - During his reign of six weeks he annulled the rigid enactments of Pope Gregory X concerning conclaves
Ottobuono Fieschi - During his reign of six weeks he annulled the rigid enactments of Pope Gregory X concerning conclaves
Eved ivri - ("the Hebrew servant") If a Jew stole and could not afford to make restitution, the courts would sell him into servitude for a six-year term and payment from his "sale" would go towards paying his debt
Hannathon - It is probably present-day tell el-Badawiye, about six miles north of Nazareth
Battalion - RSV translation of one-tenth of a Roman legion—about six hundred men
Viol - ) A stringed musical instrument formerly in use, of the same form as the violin, but larger, and having six strings, to be struck with a bow, and the neck furnished with frets for stopping the strings
Lepidosiren - The lepidosirens grow to a length of from four to six feet
Luddite - ) One of a number of riotous persons in England, who for six years (1811-17) tried to prevent the use of labor-saving machinery by breaking it, burning factories, etc
Cube - ) A regular solid body, with six equal square sides
Pallium - It is ornamented with six small black crosses and is worn about the neck, breast and shoulders, over the chasuble, by the pope, and archbishops during certain ceremonies
Epiphany, Sundays After - There may be one "Sunday after Epiphany" orthere may be six
Asaliah - After Ahaziah's death, she killed his potential heirs and ruled for six years, using her influence to suppress the true prophets and to support Baal worship
Athaliah - After Ahaziah's death, she killed his potential heirs and ruled for six years, using her influence to suppress the true prophets and to support Baal worship
ha'Dad-Rim'Mon - is, according to the ordinary interpretation of (12:11) a place in the valley of Megiddo (a part of the plain of Esdraelon, six miles from Mount Carmel and eleven from Nazareth), where a national lamentation was held for the death of King Josiah
Gerizim - six tribes were placed on Gerizim, and six on Ebal, Deuteronomy 27:12-13; the ark was probably in the valley between them, and Joshua read the blessings and cursings successively
Halak, the Mount - Keil identifies it with the chalk cliffs crossing the valley of the Ghor, six miles S
Refuge, Cities of - Were six in number (Numbers 35 )
Mephaath - The site is perhaps that of modern Jawah about six miles south of Amman
Sextillion - According to the English method, a million raised to the sixth power, or the number expressed by a unit with thirty-six ciphers annexed
Flea - It has two eyes and six feet the feelers are like threads the rostrum is inflected, setaceous, and armed with a string
Tarpum - It often becomes six or more feet in length, and has large silvery scales
Gabriel - six months afterwards, he was sent to Nazareth, to the Virgin Mary, Luke 1:26-38
Seraiah - The name of six persons, alluded to in the following passages: 2 Samuel 8:17 ; 2 Kings 25:18 ; Ezra 7:1 ; Jeremiah 36:26 ; 40:8 ; 51:59
Beth-ar'Abah - (house of the desert ), one of the six cities of Judah which were situated down in the Arabah, the sunk valley of the Jordan and Dead Sea, ( Joshua 15:61 ) on the north border of the tribe
Jat'Tir - See also (Joshua 21:14 ; 1 Samuel 30:27 ; 1 Chronicles 6:57 ) By Robinson it is identified with 'Attir , six miles north of Molada and ten miles south of Hebron
Hach'Ilah, the Hill, - a hill apparently situated in a wood in the wilderness or waste land in the neighborhood of Ziph, in Judah, in the fastnesses or passes of which David and his six hundred followers were lurking when the Ziphites informed Saul of his whereabouts
Oak - No less than six Hebrew words are represented by oak in the A
Quicumque Certum Quaeritis - There are six translations
Beth-Arabah - House of the desert, one of the six cities of Judah, situated in the sunk valley of the Jordan and Dead Sea (Joshua 18:22 )
Electropoion Fluid - Electropoion is best prepared by mixing one gallon of concentrated sulphuric acid diluted with three gallons of water, with a solution of six pounds of potassium bichromate in two gallons of boiling water
Abel-Carmaim - An Ammonite village, six miles from Rabbath Ammon, or Philadelphia; the limit of Jephthah's pursuit of the Ammonites
Homer - ) A Hebrew measure containing, as a liquid measure, ten baths, equivalent to fifty-five gallons, two quarts, one pint; and, as a dry measure, ten ephahs, equivalent to six bushels, two pecks, four quarts
Tourmaline - ) A mineral occurring usually in three-sided or six-sided prisms terminated by rhombohedral or scalenohedral planes
Tortuous - ) Oblique; - applied to the six signs of the zodiac (from Capricorn to Gemini) which ascend most rapidly and obliquely
All ye Who Seek a Comfort Sure - There are six translations
Parents - 1: γονεύς (Strong's #1118 — Noun Masculine — goneus — gon-yooce' ) "a begetter, a father" (akin to ginomai, "to come into being, become"), is used in the plural in the NT, Matthew 10:21 ; Mark 13:12 ; six times in Luke (in Luke 2:43 , RV, "His parents," AV, "Joseph and His mother"); six in John; elsewhere, Romans 1:30 ; 2 Corinthians 12:14 (twice); Ephesians 6:1 ; Colossians 3:20 ; 2 Timothy 3:2
Drachma - A Greek silver coin, the six-thousandth part of a talent
Desire - One of the six passions of the concupiscible appetite, opposed to aversion; one of the ways of obtaining the effects of Baptism when it is not possible to receive the sacrament, or when one, not knowing of the sacrament or of the obligation to receive it, desires to do everything God wishes as a means of salvation
Ataroth - Robinson found traces of one of those in Ephraim, on a high hill about six miles north by west from Bethel
Keturah - Incense, the wife of Abraham, whom he married probably after Sarah's death (Genesis 25:1-6 ), by whom he had six sons, whom he sent away into the east country
Dog Days - A period of from four to six weeks, in the summer, variously placed by almanac makers between the early part of July and the early part of September; canicular days; - so called in reference to the rising in ancient times of the Dog Star (Sirius) with the sun
Narcissus - ) A genus of endogenous bulbous plants with handsome flowers, having a cup-shaped crown within the six-lobed perianth, and comprising the daffodils and jonquils of several kinds
Legion - ) A body of foot soldiers and cavalry consisting of different numbers at different periods, - from about four thousand to about six thousand men, - the cavalry being about one tenth
Camphire - The whole shrub is from four to six feet high, ( Song of Solomon 4:13 )
Delaware - Jesuits from Bohemia Manor in Maryland established the Apoquiniminck Mission in New Castle County some time before 1750, sending a priest monthly to attend the five or six Catholic families of the vicinity. In 1772 the first chapel, a log cabin, was built at Coffee Run, about six miles from Wilmington, and served by a resident priest, Father Matthew Sittensperger, S
Sixty, Sixtyfold - 1: ἑξήκοντα (Strong's #1835 — Noun — hexekonta — hex-ay'-kon-tah ) occurs in Matthew 13:8 , RV (AV, "sixty-fold"); 13:23; Mark 4:8 , where the RV and AV reverse the translation, as in Matthew 13:8 , while in Mark 4:20 the RV has "sixtyfold," AV, "sixty;" in Revelation 13:18 , RV, "sixty" (AV, "threescore"). ...
Note: In Revelation 13:18 , the number of the "Beast," the human potentate destined to rule with satanic power the ten-kingdom league at the end of this age, is given as "six hundred and sixty and six" (RV), and described as "the number of (a) man
Legion - It originally consisted of three thousand men, but in the time of Christ consisted of six thousand, exclusive of horsemen, who were in number a tenth of the foot-men
Candlestick, Altar - six candlesticks with candles, three on each side of the crucifix, kept on the main altar
Shoshannim - It may be the title of a melody, a flower used in a ceremony seeking a word from God, designation of a love song later expanded in meaning, or indication of a six-stringed instrument
Altar Candlesticks - six candlesticks with candles, three on each side of the crucifix, kept on the main altar
Articles, Six - Also known as the six-stringed Whip, or Bloody Statute, from the merciless persecutions to which it gave rise
Jethro - Also known by six other names, including Chever and Reu’el
Goliath - His height was "six cubits and a span," which, taking- the cubit at 18 inches, would make him 9½ feet high
Rama - (Hebrew: a high place) ...
City assigned by Josue to the tribe of Benjamin (Josue 18), six miles north of Jerusalem, the modern Er Ram
Patara - A maritime city of Lycia in Asia Minor, at the mouth of the river Xanthus, celebrated for an oracle of Apollo, who was supposed to reside here during the six winter months, and the rest of the year at Delos
Six Articles - Also known as the six-stringed Whip, or Bloody Statute, from the merciless persecutions to which it gave rise
Six-Stringed Whip - Also known as the six-stringed Whip, or Bloody Statute, from the merciless persecutions to which it gave rise
ne-Ari'ah -
One of the six sons of Shemaiah in the line of the royal family of Judah after the captivity
Pan - Of the six words so rendered in the Authorized Version, two seem to imply a shallow pan or plate, such as is used by the Bedouine and Syrians for baking or dressing rapidly their cakes of meal, such as were used in legal oblations; the others, a deeper vessel or caldron for boiling meat, placed during the process on three stones
Leah - Being the mother of six of Jacob’s twelve sons, Leah had an important role as one of the mothers of the Israelite nation (Genesis 30:1-19; Genesis 35:23)
Jotbathah - Now wady Tabah, six miles S
Joseph, the Praise And Glory of the Heavens - There are six translations
Cruse - An elongated pottery vessel about six inches tall used for holding liquids such as oil (1Kings 17:12,1Kings 17:14,1 Kings 17:16 ) or water (1 Kings 19:6 )
Caelitum Joseph Decus, Atque Nostre - There are six translations
Stephanas - The First Epistle to the Corinthians was written from Philippi some six years after the jailer's conversion, and he was with the apostle there at that time
Zereth-Shahar - Others suggest khirbet el-Libb seven miles south of Medeba or khirbet qurn el-Kibsh six miles northwest of Medeba
Bolster - This word, which appears six times in AV Briers - six different Hebrew words are so translated, several of which cannot be particularised
Antipopes - There were seven such during the first six centuries, some owing their elevation to the existence of conflicting parties at Rome, others intruded into the see by the civil power
Mosquito - The females have a proboscis containing, within the sheathlike labium, six fine, sharp, needlelike organs with which they puncture the skin of man and animals to suck the blood
Lilac - There are six species, natives of Europe and Asia
Hegumenos - His assistants are two counselors, elected by the congregation from among the monks who have been professed not less than six years
du'Mah - (Genesis 25:14 ; 1 Chronicles 1:30 ; Isaiah 21:11 ) ...
A city in the mountainous district of Judah, near Hebron, (Joshua 15:52 ) represented by the ruins of a village called ed-Daumeh , six miles southwest of Hebron
Stylites - Simeon Stylites, a famous anchoret in the fifth century, who first took up his abode on a column six cubits high; then on a second of twelve cubits; a third of twenty-two; a fourth of thirty-six; and on another of forty cubits, where he thus passed thirty-seven years of his life
Rim'Mon -
A city of Zebulun (1 Chronicles 6:77 ; Nehemiah 11:29 ) a Levitical city, the present Rummaneh , six miles north of Nazareth. ...
Rimmon the Rock, a cliff or inaccessible natural fastness, in which the six hundred Benjamites who escaped the slaughter of Gibeah took refuge
Rim'Mon -
A city of Zebulun (1 Chronicles 6:77 ; Nehemiah 11:29 ) a Levitical city, the present Rummaneh , six miles north of Nazareth. ...
Rimmon the Rock, a cliff or inaccessible natural fastness, in which the six hundred Benjamites who escaped the slaughter of Gibeah took refuge
Calah - Major Assyrian archaeological discoveries including the six-acre palace of Ashurnasirpal have been dug up
Hareth - Some students place it at khirbet Khoreisa two miles south of Ziph and about six miles southeast of Hebron
Pleiades - (play' uh deez) A brilliant grouping of six or seven visible stars located in the shoulder of the constellation Taurus (Job 9:9 ; Job 38:31 ; Amos 5:8 )
Ferdinand de Geramb - He fought against the French Revolutionary forces, rising to the rank of lieutenant-general, and was imprisoned at Vincennes by Napoleon for six years
Tenth Deal - , the tenth part of an ephah (as in the RSV), equal to an omer or six pints
Myra - (mi' ray) One of the six largest cities of Lysia in southeastern Asia Minor located on the River Andracus about two and one half miles from the sea
Ephod - The two parts were clasped together on the shoulders with two onyx stones, on each of which were engraved the names of six tribes; it was probably held in place by the girdle
Legion - A Roman legion, of six thousand men
Gittites - Designation of the six hundred men as inhabitants of Gath, and of their leader Ittai, who followed David at Absalom's revolt
Overlap - ) The lapping of one thing over another; as, an overlap of six inches; an overlap of a slate on a roof
Zachariah - , and reigned six months
Geramb, Ferdinand de - He fought against the French Revolutionary forces, rising to the rank of lieutenant-general, and was imprisoned at Vincennes by Napoleon for six years
Horesh - If a proper name, Horesh may be modern khirbet Khoreisa, two miles south of Ziph and six miles south of Hebron
Fraunhofer, Joseph Von - At the age of twelve he became an apprentice to a lens-grinder, working six years without pay
Joseph Von Fraunhofer - At the age of twelve he became an apprentice to a lens-grinder, working six years without pay
Institute of the Divine Compassion - The order has six houses, including a college, an academy, two schools, a Catholic Girls' Club, and a house of religious instruction, all in the Archdiocese of New York
Catholic Association of French Youth - (Catholic Association of French Youth) Organization founded, 1886, by Robert de Roquefeuil and six other students, at the suggestion of Albert de Mun, in order to unite Catholic youth of France in cooperative effort for the reestablishment of Christian social order
Leah - She bore to Jacob six sons (32-35), also one daughter, Dinah (30:21)
Zarephath - Here Elijah sojourned with a poor widow during the "great famine," when the "heaven was shut up three years and six months" (Luke 4:26 ; 1 Kings 17:10 )
Azel - Descendant of Saul in tribe of Benjamin and father of six sons (1 Chronicles 8:37-38 )
Arcadelt, Jacob - six books of his madrigals appeared at Venice, 1538-1556, and three books of Masses and other sacred compositions, in Paris, 1557
Boll - ) A Scotch measure, formerly in use: for wheat and beans it contained four Winchester bushels; for oats, barley, and potatoes, six bushels
Barry, John - When by Act of Congress, March 27, 1794, the United States Navy was permanently organized, Washington, with the consent of the Senate, appointed six captains, of whom Barry ranked first
Association Catholique de la Jeunesse Francaise - (Catholic Association of French Youth) Organization founded, 1886, by Robert de Roquefeuil and six other students, at the suggestion of Albert de Mun, in order to unite Catholic youth of France in cooperative effort for the reestablishment of Christian social order
Pirathon - The burial place of the judge Abdon, on a height six miles W
Viol - A stringed musical instrument, of the same form as the violin, but larger, and having formerly six strings, to be struck with a bow
Michtam - This word occurs in the titles of six psalms (16,56-60), all of which are ascribed to David
Asmonaeans - Under the able conduct of Judas, surnamed Maccabaeus, and his valiant brothers, the Jews maintained a religious war for twenty-six years with five successive kings of Syria; and after destroying upwards of two hundred thousand of their best troops, the Maccabees finally established the independence of their own country, and the aggrandisement of their family. This illustrious house, whose princes united the regal and pontifical dignity in their own persons, administered the affairs of the Jews during a period of a hundred and twenty-six years; until, disputes arising between Hyrcanus II, and his brother Aristobulus, the latter was defeated by the Romans, who captured Jerusalem, and reduced Judea to a military province, B
Mahaneh-Dan - , west of) Kirjath-jearim, where the six hundred Danites from Zorah and Eshtaol encamped on their way to capture the city of Laish, which they rebuilt and called "Dan, after the name of their father" (18:11-31)
Jesu Dulcis Memoria - There are six translations of the hymn; more of this cento
Jesu, the Very Thought of Thee - There are six translations of the hymn; more of this cento
Chester Plays - Actors were chosen from guilds and the performance lasted from three to six days
Statute Bloody - Or the law of the six articles; a law enacted in the reign of Henry VIII
Awe - NIV uses “awe” sixteen times, repeating only six of the NAS usages
Family - This is one of the six aspects of the church found in the book of Ephesians
Barracuda - , is often six feet or more long, and as dangerous as a shark
Sierra Leone - The majority of the six million inhabitants are Muslim; about 10% are Christian, about a third of them Catholic
Patmos - (pat' muhss) A small island (ten miles by six miles) in the Aegean Sea located about thirty-seven miles southwest of Miletus
Catholic Citizenship - Since 1853 it has had its own printing establishment in Rome, having been published there, after the first six months in Naples, except for an interval in Florence, 1870-1887
o'Hanlon, John - six years later he returned to Ireland and was affiliated to the archdiocese of Dublin
Zachariah - Reigned only six months
Ophrah - It is six miles west of Shechem
Alexander, Saint - With 300 monks, he settled at Gomon in Bithynia, and divided them into six choirs to sing the Divine Office, so that it might ascend ceaselessly, night and day
Leah - She was 'tender eyed,' and not as beautiful as Rachel; but she was blessed of God in bearing to Jacob six sons and one daughter, and was thus the mother of the heads of the important tribes of Reuben, Levi, and Judah, as well as of Simeon, Issachar, and Zebulun
Taurine - It crystallizes in colorless, regular six-sided prisms, and is especially characterized by containing both nitrogen and sulphur, being chemically amido-isethionic acid, C2H7NSO3
Chameleon - Its body is about six inches long: its feet have five toes each, arranged like two thumbs opposite to three fingers: its eyes turn backwards or forwards independently of each other
Ittai - ...
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A native of Gath, a Philistine, who had apparently the command of the six hundred heroes who formed David's band during his wanderings (2 Samuel 15:19-22 ; Compare 1 Samuel 23:13 ; 27:2 ; 30:9,10 )
Finger - ...
2 Samuel 21:20 (a) The presence of six fingers and six toes would mark this man as a "superman. " six in the Bible represents the number of man's sufficiency and supremacy
Darius - 521, and reigned thirty-six years. Alexander the Great defeated him several times, and at great length subverted the Persian monarchy, after it had been established two hundred and six years. Darius was killed by his own generals, after a short reign of six years
Toe - The presence of six toes indicates human power and perfection. The number six indicates man's strength and human power
Omri - When Tebni was dead, the people united in Acknowledging Omri as king of all Israel, who reigned twelve years, six years at Tirzah, and six at Samaria, 1 Kings 16:8-28
Cambridge Manuscript - It is a quarto, and written on vellum: sixty-six leaves of it are much torn and mutilated; and ten of these are supplied by a later transcriber
Tammuz - At this festival, which lasted six days, the worshippers, with loud lamentations, bewailed the funeral of the god, they sat "weeping for Tammuz" (Ezekiel 8:14 )
Auction Bridge - The score value of each trick more than six taken by the successful bidder is as follows: when the trump is spades, 2; clubs, 6; diamonds, 7; hearts, 8; royal spades (lilies), 9; and when the deal is played with no trump, 10
sa'Lim - , six English miles south of Beisan (Scythopolis), end two miles west of the Jordan
Kanah - Identified with modern Qana, about six miles southeast of Tyre
Nahalal - Tell-en-Nahl north of the Kishon River at the southern end of the plain of Acco is possible as are modern Nahalal about six miles west of Nazareth and tell el-Beida
Legion - The Roman legions were composed each of ten cohorts; a cohort, of fifty maniples; a maniple, of fifteen men; consequently, a full legion contained six thousand soldiers
Sisters of Notre Dame - In 1847 six sisters emigrated to the United States at the request of Bishop O'Connor of Pittsburgh and the first convent was established in Baltimore
School Sisters of Notre Dame - In 1847 six sisters emigrated to the United States at the request of Bishop O'Connor of Pittsburgh and the first convent was established in Baltimore
Geba - It was six or seven miles from Jerusalem, and was separated from Michmash on the north by a deep valley
Woe - 23; 24:19; 26:24; Mark 13:17 ; 14:21 ; Luke 6:24,25 (twice),26; 10:13; six times in ch
Hierapolis - The city was twelve miles northwest of Colossae and six miles north of Laodicea on the Lycus River a short way above its junction with the Meander River
Keturah - ...
Keturah bore six sons (daughters rarely are listed) to Abraham, the most notable being Midian
Tirhakah - The Assyrian armies under Esarhaddon, and again under Assur-bani-pal, invaded Egypt and defeated Tirhakah, who afterwards retired into Ethiopia, where he died, after reigning twenty-six years
Nephtoah - Now probably Ain Lifta, two miles and a half from the city, and six from Kuriet el Enab (formerly Kirjath Jearim, but others say Emmaus and place Kirjath Jearim on the mount on the N
Heron - The heron belongs to the same group as the stork, and no fewer than six species of the genus Ardea alone are found in Palestine
Transfiguration - This refers to the mysterious change that occurred to Jesus on the mount: "Six days later, Jesus took with him Peter and James and his brother John and led them up a high mountain, by themselves
Bezek - Bezek was located at khirbet Ibziq, twelve miles northeast of Shechem and thirteen miles from Jabesh-Gilead, six miles north of Tirzah, though the Judges' site may be a distinctive city
Dine - Among people in the higher walks of life, and in commercial towns, the time of dining is from tow to five or six oclock in the afternoon
Frail - ) The quantity of raisins - about thirty-two, fifty-six, or seventy-five pounds, - contained in a frail
Fathom - ) A measure of length, containing six feet; the space to which a man can extend his arms; - used chiefly in measuring cables, cordage, and the depth of navigable water by soundings
Abaddon - Abaddon occurs six times in the Hebrew Bible ( Job 26:6 ; Job 28:22 ; Job 31:12 ; Proverbs 15:11 ; Proverbs 27:20 ; Psalm 88:11 )
Wings - The living creatures in Ezekiel 1 , had each four wings, and those in Isaiah 6:2 and Revelation 4 , had each of them six wings
Ages of the World - AGES OF THE WORLD...
There have been generally reckoned six ages from the creation of the world to the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ. ...
YEARS...
* The first, from the creation to the flood containing a period of 1656...
* The second, from Noah to Abraham 425...
* The third, from Abraham to the going forth of Israel from Egypt 430...
* The fourth, from the departure from Egypt to Solomon's temple 479...
* The fifth from Solomon's in the captivity in Babylon 424...
* The sixth, from the going into Babylon to the coming of Christ 584...
Gabriel - six months after this he appeared to a virgin, whose name was Mary, of the city of Nazareth, as related Luke 1:26 , &c
Cucumber - Tournefort mentions six kinds, of which the white and green are most esteemed
Abel-Shittim - A town six or seven miles distant from the east bank of the Jordan, opposite to Jericho
Decapolis - six are deserted, and none have many inhabitants except Damascus
Zachariah - His reign lasted only six months
Sardica, Council of - Ninety-four Catholic bishops and seventy-six bishops favoring Arianism were present
Chameleon - The body is six or seven inches long, and the tail five inches with this it clings to the branches of trees
Sisters of Saint Joseph of Carondelet - Established in 1836 by six sisters from the rnother-house at Lyons, at the request of Bishop Rosati of Saint Louis, Missouri
Og - Nine cubits long, by four wide, makes in English measure, fifteen feet four inches long, and six feet ten in breadth
Husks - This tree is very commonly met with in Syria and Egypt, it produces pods, shaped like a horn, varying in length from six to ten inches, and about a finger's breadth, or rather more; it is dark-brown, glossy, filled with seeds and has a sweetish taste
Incense - Incense is one of the six Points of Ritual which it isclaimed have always characterized the worship of the ChristianChurch
Orders, Anglican - This rite was fixed by six prelates and six others appointed by the king for the express purpose of supplanting among other rites that of ordination, which had prevailed in the Church from the beginning, since the Reformers in England as elsewhere considered it superstitious
Gregory i, Pope Saint - A son of Saint Sylvia, and prefect of the city of Rome, he gave up his career and his wealth, founded six monasteries, and entered the Benedictine Order. The result of his six year sojourn was a conviction that Rome must not rely on the East for help
Gregory the Great, Pope Saint - A son of Saint Sylvia, and prefect of the city of Rome, he gave up his career and his wealth, founded six monasteries, and entered the Benedictine Order. The result of his six year sojourn was a conviction that Rome must not rely on the East for help
Anglican Orders - This rite was fixed by six prelates and six others appointed by the king for the express purpose of supplanting among other rites that of ordination, which had prevailed in the Church from the beginning, since the Reformers in England as elsewhere considered it superstitious
Omri - For six years he reigned at the beautiful Tirzah (Song of Solomon 6:4). But having proved its inability to resist a siege, he bought for two silver talents from Shemer the hill Shomron or Samaria, six miles from the old capital, Shechem, and distinguished for strength, beauty, and fertility. Here he reigned for six years more, and died in 919 B
Liturgy, Peace in - In word and ceremony jt oocurs frequently, particularly at Holy Mass, in the Canon, in prayers six times, and twice in action as the priest drops the particle of the Host into the chalice, and as he gives the kiss of peace to the deacon, who in turn passes it on to the assisting clergy
Accad - Its site is identified by some travellers with ruins, which lie from six to nine miles west of Bagdad
Candlestick - Rubrical law prescribes that six great candlesticks be permanently stationed on the main altar, three on either side of the central crucifix
ox Goad - ) slew six hundred Philistines
Seleucia - He is reputed to have built in all nine Seleucias, sixteen Antiochs, and six Laodiceas
Six - ...
Notes: (1) In combination with tessarakonta, "forty," it occurs in John 2:20 ; with hebdomekonta, "seventy," Acts 27:37 , "(two hundred) threescore and sixteen. " (2) It forms the first syllable of hexekonta, "sixty" (see below) and hexakosioi, "six hundred," Revelation 13:18 (see sixTY , Note); 14:20
Mishael - Thereby being defiled, six days before the Passover (Numbers 9:15; Exodus 40:2-3; Leviticus 8:33), they probably were the men prevented from keeping the second Passover (Numbers 9:6; Numbers 1:46-49; Numbers 26:62; Exodus 38:26)
Zachariah - On the death of his father there was an interregnum of ten years, at the end of which he succeeded to the throne, which he occupied only six months, having been put to death by Shallum, who usurped the throne
London, England, Diocese of - Numbered among its bishops are two canonized saints, Erkenwald (675) and Dunstan (958); another, Roger Niger, popularly so venerated; and six archbishops of Canterbury
Fan - The fan of Scripture ( Isaiah 30:24 , Matthew 3:12 , Luke 3:17 ) is the five- or six-pronged wooden winnowing-fork , for which see Agriculture, § 3
Goad - Shamgar slew six hundred men with an ox goad
Basiliscus, Bishop of Comana - Chrysostom, when exiled, was received upon his journey in a "martyrium," built some five or six miles out of Comana in memory of Basiliscus, and there died and was buried (Theod
Schooner - About 1840, longer vessels with three masts, fore-and-aft rigged, came into use, and since that time vessels with four masts and even with six masts, so rigged, are built
Rising - ) More than; exceeding; upwards of; as, a horse rising six years of age
Abilene - It was described by ancient writers as eighteen miles from Damascus on the way to Heliopolis or Baalbek, and Robinson reached its site in six hours, on the eastern slope of the Anti-Libanus
Abaddon - It occurs six times in the Old Testament, in three of which it is associated with hell (sheol): Job 26:6 ; Proverbs 15:11 ; Proverbs 27:20 ; once with death: 'Destruction and Death say,' etc
Kitcat - , twenty-right or twenty-nine inches by thirty-six; - so called because that size was adopted by Sir Godfrey Kneller for the portraits he painted of the members of the Kitcat Club
Belus - This river rises out of a lake, computed to be about six miles distant toward the south-east, called by the ancients Pelus Cendovia
Jabesh - Eusebius places it six miles from Pella, towards Gerasa
Thyatira - The art of dyeing purple was particularly cultivated at Thyatira, as appears from an inscription recently found there; and it still sends to Smyrna, sixty miles southwest, large quantities of scarlet cloth, Acts 16:14 . Ak-hissar is a poor town, with six thousand inhabitants, chiefly Turks
Seraphim - Each one had six wings, with two of which he covered his face, with two his feet, and with the two others he flew
Wheat - ...
The Egyptian wheat, Triticum Compositum, has six or seven ears on one head; so that it presented its usual appearance in this respect in Pharaoh's dream, Genesis 41:5-7
Zachari'ah - His reign lasted only six months
Rimmon - Rock or cleft in Benjamin, where six hundred Benjamites took refuge
Horse - A species of quadrupeds of the genus Equus, having six erect and parallel fore-teeth in the upper jaw, and six somewhat prominent in the under jaw the dog teeth are solitary, and the feet consist of an undivided hoof
Religious Profession - A continuous year of novitiate or probation is necessary before profession may be made, and, for the validity of solemn profession at least three years of simple profession must have preceded it; for lay brothers, six years. The aspirant must be of the full age required, generally sixteen years as the minimum, and personally at liberty to make the promises. In congregations without solemn vows, a term of temporary vows, varying from three to six years, precedes the perpetual vows
om'ri - (1 Kings 16:15 ) with 1 Kings 16:23 After the defeat sad death of Tibni, Omri reigned for six years in Tirzah. At Samaria Omri reigned for six years more
Numbers as Symbols - ...
six. Solomon had six steps to his great throne, 1 Kings 10:19 ; but it was not elevated enough to save him from idolatry. six hundred sixty and six talents of gold were brought him in a year, 1 Kings 10:14 ; yet he had to confess that all was vanity and vexation of spirit. The Jews at Cana had six water-pots for purification, John 2:6 ; but they expressed the insufficiency of ordinances to meet man's need. The number of the imperial beast will be six hundred sixty and six, Revelation 13:18 , being imperfect in every particular. The flexibility of administrative perfection may be seen in:...
six-twos: Two apostles in each of the six companies sent to preach. ...
Two-sixes: six loaves in each of the two rows of showbread
Nicholas v, Anti-Pope - The latter, supported also by the Ghibellines, appointed six cardinals and undertook to govern the Church
Monastery, Canonical Erection of - ,of the Congregation of Religious ...
(2) permission in writing of the Ordinary of the place ...
(3) sufficient provision for the housing and sustenance of the community ...
That this monastery be a domus formata, it is required that at least six members of the community be professed, of whom four at least must be priests, if the Order is clerical
Fractio Panis - Seven persons, six men and a woman, are at a table; one of the men sits apart and is breaking a loaf; in front is a two-handled cup, and on the table, two plates, one containing two fishes, the other five loaves
Panis, Fractio - Seven persons, six men and a woman, are at a table; one of the men sits apart and is breaking a loaf; in front is a two-handled cup, and on the table, two plates, one containing two fishes, the other five loaves
Canonical Erection of Monastery - ,of the Congregation of Religious ...
(2) permission in writing of the Ordinary of the place ...
(3) sufficient provision for the housing and sustenance of the community ...
That this monastery be a domus formata, it is required that at least six members of the community be professed, of whom four at least must be priests, if the Order is clerical
Goad - Shamgar slew six hundred Philistines with an ox-goad
Salt, Valley of, - (2 Kings 14:7 ; 2 Chronicles 25:11 ) It is perhaps the broad open plain which lies at the lower end of the Dead Sea, and intervenes between the lake itself and the range of heights which crosses the valley at six or eight miles to the south
Rhegium - The distance of Rhegium across the straits to Messina is about six miles
Cock-Crowing - In our Lord's time the Jews had adopted the Greek and Roman division of the night into four watches, each consisting of three hours, the first beginning at six o'clock in the evening (Luke 12:38 ; Matthew 14:25 ; Mark 6:48 )
Almond - In Portugal, a measure by which wine is sold, twenty-six of which make a pipe
Amiens, France - The cathedral (1220-1288), called the "Bible of Amiens," is a perfect type of Gothic architecture of the 13th century; the ground plan consists of a nave of six bays with aisle on either hand, flanked by chapels; extreme length, 442 feet, width midway at crossing, 194 feet ...
Creationism - Young earth creationists generally believe that God created the universe, the earth, and living things on the earth and that the Old Testament literally describes six, 24 hour periods
Legion, Thebian - A name given, in the time of Dioclesian, to a whole legion of Christians, consisting of more than six thousand men, who were said to have suffered martyrdom by the order of Maximian
Possession - six times this word is used of Israel as God’s personally acquired (elected, delivered from Egyptian bondage, and formed into what He wanted them to be), carefully preserved, and privately possessed people: “Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant, then ye shall be a peculiar treasure [1] unto me above all people: for all the earth is mine” ( Hin - According to Josephus, it contained two Attic congii, and was therefore the sixth part of an ephah. He says that they offered with an ox half a hin of oil; in English measure, six pints, twenty-five thousand five hundred and ninety-eight solid inches. With a ram they offered the third part of a hin, or three pints, ten thousand four hundred and sixty-nine solid inches: with a lamb, the fourth part of a hin, or two pints, fifteen thousand and seventy-one solid inches
Elah - The name of six persons in early biblical history
Leah - By her father Laban's deceit she was married to Jacob; she bore him six sons and a daughter, but seems to have been ever painfully sensible that her husband's affections were given mainly to her sister Rachel
Rainalducci, Pietro - The latter, supported also by the Ghibellines, appointed six cardinals and undertook to govern the Church
Legion - In the time of Christ a legion contained six thousand, besides the cavalry
hi'Vites - (villagers ) , The, descendants --the six in order-- of Canaan the son of Ham
Goliath - "Six cubits and a span. And if all the other parts of his armour carried a proportion to this, in his "helmet of brass, and the greaves of brass, and the target, and his spear's head, six hundered skels of iron," what an astonishing man must he have been in such an astonishing ponderous armour, in carrying that for exercise and slaughter which few strong men could lift from the ground! (See 1 Samuel 17:1-58 throughout
Gerizim - The world has beheld few scenes more awful and suggestive than when, having conquered Canaan, all the Israelites were summoned to this place, and six tribes were stationed on mount Gerizim to pronounce blessings on those who should obey God's law, and the other six on Mount Ebal to denounce curses on those who should break it; while all the people solemnly said, Deuteronomy 11:29 27:12-26 28:1-68
Hazazon-Tamar - Some Bible students think Hazazon-tamar was actually located six miles north of Engedi at wadi Hasasa, while others point to Tamar in southern Judah, Kasr Ejuniyeh or ain Kusb, twenty miles southwest of the Dead Sea
Hexateuch - A modern designation for the first six books of the Old Testament viewed as a literary unity
Falconieri, Alexis, Saint - On August 15, 1233, an apparition of the Blessed Virgin appeared to him and six of his companions
Shem - He died at the age of six hundred years, having been for many years contemporary with Abraham, according to the usual chronology
Eclipse - The darkness at the crucifixion has been ascribed to an eclipse (Matthew 27:45 ); but on the other hand it is argued that the great intensity of darkness caused by an eclipse never lasts for more than six minutes, and this darkness lasted for three hours
Excision - The Jews, Selden informs us, reckon up thirty-six crimes, to which they pretend this punishment is due
Troas - Today, ruins of the city wall (about six miles in circumference), a theater, and an aqueduct remain
Benediction With Ciborium - At least six candles are lighted on the altar; the priest is usually vested in surplice and stole, but may wear the cope
Calneh - This Calneh may be modern Kullan Koy in northern Syria, six miles from Arpad
Calneh, Calno - Calneh, linked with Hamath and Gath in Amos 6:2 , is probably the Kulnia (Kullani) associated with Arpad and Hadrach, Syrian cities, in the Assyrian ‘tribute’ lists, Kullanhu now six miles from Arpad
Adah - Daughter of Elon the Hittite; one of Esau's three wives; mother of his firstborn, Eliphaz; ancestress of six of the Edomite tribes (Genesis 36:2-4; (Genesis 36:15-16); called Βashemath (Genesis 26:34), ("the fragrant")
Zachariah - He reigned only six months in B
Alexis Falconieri, Saint - On August 15, 1233, an apparition of the Blessed Virgin appeared to him and six of his companions
Rameses - Its position may be fixed about six or eight miles above the modern Cairo, a little to the south of the Babylon of the Persians, the ancient Letopolis; as Josephus says that the children of Israel, after quitting this place, in their first march to Succoth, passed by the latter city
Letter - Thus the Arabs roll up their letters, and then flatten them to the breadth of an inch and paste up the end instead of sealing them; and the Persians make up their letters in the form of rolls, about six inches long, and paste a bit of paper around them with, gum and seal them with an impression of ink
Gad'Ara, - a strong city situated near the river Hieromax, six miles southeast of the Sea of Galilee, over against Scythopolis and Tiberias, and 16 Roman miles distant from each of those places
Athaliah - ...
Six years later, Athaliah was killed in a fresh anti-Baal revolution, this one centred on Jerusalem (2 Chronicles 22:12; 2 Chronicles 23:1-15)
Measures - A fathom, Acts 27:28, was from six to six and a half feet. The measuring-reed, Ezekiel 42:16, comprised six cubits, or from ten to eleven feet, and the measuring-line, Zechariah 2:1, a hundred and forty-six feet. An omer (heap, sheaf), Exodus 16:36, one-tenth of an ephah, or six pints. The log (basin), Leviticus 14:10, six egg-shells full, one-tenth of a hin, or nearly one pint. —one-sixth of a bath or ten pints
Mosque - About every mosque there are six high towers, called minarets, each of which has three little open galleries one above another: these towers as well as the mosques are covered with lead, and adorned with gilding and other ornaments; and from thence, instead of a bell, the people are called to prayers by certain officers appointed for that purpose. Each mosque has also a place called tarbe, which is the burying-place of its founders; within which is a tomb six or seven feet long, covered with green velvet or satin; at the ends of several seats for those who read the Koran, and pray for the souls of the deceased
Maurists, the - Before 1800 there were over 180 monasteries, the congregation being divided into six provinces: France, Normandy, Brittany, Burgundy, Chezal-Benoit, and Gascony
Adullam - Tradition places it in the hill country, about six miles south-east of Bethlehem, the city of David; a large and fine cave, visited by many travellers
Bethshan - It is said to be six hundred furlongs from Jerusalem, 2Ma_12:29
Jane Frances de Chantal, Saint - Eighty-six houses were established before her death
Catechism, Baltimore - The matter was finally entrusted to a committee of six bishops, and in 1885 they issued the "Catechism of Christian Doctrine, Prepared and Enjoined by Order of the Third Council of Baltimore
Janoah - Its location is uncertain, suggestions including khirbet Janun; Janua, six miles south of Megiddo, and Janoah, nine miles east of Acco
Scourge - There were to be thirteen stokes on the chest and twenty-six on the back
Frankincense - Frankincense is in six passages ( Isaiah 43:23 ; Isaiah 60:6 ; Isaiah 66:3 , Jeremiah 6:20 ; Jeremiah 17:26 ; Jeremiah 41:5 ) mistranslated in AV Goliath - His height was six cubits and a span, about 8ft
Time - "Half a time" is taken to mean six months
Cabul - ...
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A district in the north-west of Galilee, near to Tyre, containing twenty cities given to Hiram by Solomon as a reward for various services rendered to him in building the temple (1 Kings 9:13 ), and as payment of the six score talents of gold he had borrowed from him
Ton - ) A certain weight or quantity of merchandise, with reference to transportation as freight; as, six hundred weight of ship bread in casks, seven hundred weight in bags, eight hundred weight in bulk; ten bushels of potatoes; eight sacks, or ten barrels, of flour; forty cubic feet of rough, or fifty cubic feet of hewn, timber, etc
a'Mos - (burden ), native of Tekoa in Judah, about six miles south of Bethlehem, originally a shepherd and dresser of sycamore trees, who was called by God s Spirit to be a prophet, although not trained in any of the regular prophetic schools
ja'Besh - (1 Samuel 11:1-15 ) Eusebius places it beyond the Jordan, six miles from Pella on the mountain road to Gerasa; where its name is probably preserved in the Wady Yabes
Treasury - There were 13 chests, six for such gifts in general, seven for distinct purposes
Banns - The publications are made in the church or churches of the parties; and if either of them, after arriving at a marriageable age, has lived in any other locality for six months or more, the publishing of banns may be required in that place
Elders of Israel - Ever afterwards we find this number of seventy, or rather, seventy-two, elders; six from each tribe
Baltimore Catechism - The matter was finally entrusted to a committee of six bishops, and in 1885 they issued the "Catechism of Christian Doctrine, Prepared and Enjoined by Order of the Third Council of Baltimore
Season - We saw in six days' traveling, the several seasons of the year n their beauty
Rhe'Gium - Its distance across the straits from Messina is only about six miles
Goli'Ath - (2:20,21; 2 Samuel 21:22 ) His height was "six cubits and a span," which taking the cubit at 21 inches, would make him 10 1/2 feet high
Sell - 1: πωλέω (Strong's #4453 — Verb — poleo — po-leh'-o ) "to exchange or barter, to sell," is used in the latter sense in the NT, six times in Matthew, three in Mark, six in Luke; in John only in connection with the cleansing of the Temple by the Lord, 2:14,16; in Acts only in connection with the disposing of property for distribution among the community of believers, 4:34,37; 5:1; elsewhere, 1 Corinthians 10:25 ; Revelation 13:17
Tekoa - six Roman miles from Bethlehem, (to the S. ,) which was six miles S
Onyx - In Exodus 28:9-10 , a direction is given that two onyx stones should be fastened on the ephod of the high priest, on which were to be graven the names of the children of Israel, like the engravings on a signet; six of the names on one stone, and six on the other
Creation - The six days there spoken of have usually been taken for our present natural days; but modern geological researches have given rise to the idea that "day" here denotes a longer period. ...
There are several modes of reconciling these geological discoveries with the statements of Scripture: First, that the six days of Genesis 1. 1-31 denote six long epochs-periods of alternate progressive formation and revolution on the surface of the earth. Thirdly, that God compressed the work of those untold ages into six short days, and created the world as he did Adam, in a state of maturity, embodying in its rocks and fossils those rudimental forms of animal and vegetable life which seem naturally to lead up to the existing forms
Sabbath-Day's Journey - (Acts 1:12 ) The law as regards travel on the Sabbath is found in (Exodus 16:29 ) As some departure from a man's own place was unavoidable, it was thought necessary to determine the allowable amount, which was fixed at 2000 paces, or about six furlongs from the wall of the city
Ebal - On this mountain six of the tribes (Deuteronomy 27:12,13 ) were appointed to take their stand and respond according to a prescribed form to the imprecations uttered in the valley, where the law was read by the Levites (11:29; 29:4,13)
Wages - Paid by Laban to Jacob in kind (Genesis 29:15; Genesis 29:20; Genesis 30:28; Genesis 31:7-8; Genesis 31:41; "I served 14 years for thy two daughters, and six years for thy cattle"
Aloysius Gonzaga, Saint - Devotion to him is widespread, and the practise of receiving communion on six successive Sundays is observed in his honor
Gonzaga, Aloysius, Saint - Devotion to him is widespread, and the practise of receiving communion on six successive Sundays is observed in his honor
Salim - Exactly agreeing with this is Salim, six English miles S
Joakim - ]'>[1] the name belongs to six persons
Beryl - It usually takes the form of long six-sided prisms, vertically striated
Adul'Lam - 2 Maccabees 12:38 Adullam was probably near Deir Dubban , five or six miles north of Eleutheropolis
Aquila - On the departure of the apostle from Corinth, a year and six months after, Priscilla and Aquila accompanied him to Ephesus
Chameleon - Its body is about six inches long; its feet have five toes each, arranged like two thumbs opposite to three fingers; its eyes turn backwards or forwards independently of each other
Elam - The name of six persons in the Old Testament
Rimmon - It is identified with the present village Rummaneh, about six miles north of Nazareth
Owl - NIV mentions six species: the horned owl; screech owl (Leviticus 11:16 ; Deuteronomy 14:15 ); little owl (Leviticus 11:17 ; Deuteronomy 14:15 ); great owl; white owl; and desert owl (Leviticus 11:18 ; Deuteronomy 14:16 )
Light - One of the most wonderful, cheering, and useful of all the works of God; called into being on the first of the six days of creation, by his voice: "Let there be light;" and there was light
Ophel - It is one hundred yards wide, and extends six hundred yards to the south, terminating in a bluff forty or fifty feet high above the pool of Siloam
Baptist, Peter, Saint - With him were crucified six Franciscan friars, 17 native Franciscan tertiaries, and the Jesuits, Paul Miki, John Goto, and James Kisai
ge'ba - It is now the modern village of Jeba , which stands picturesquely on the top of its steep terraced hill, six miles north of Jerusalem, on the very edge of the great Wady Suweinit , looking northward to the opposite village of ancient Michmash, which also retains its old name of Mukhmas
Seraphim - The seraphim with six wings and one face differ from the cherubim with four wings (in the temple only two) and four faces (Ezekiel 1:5-12); but in Revelation 4:8 the four living creatures (zooa ) have each six wings. " Two wings alone of the six were kept ready for instant flight in God's service; two veiled their faces as unworthy to look on the holy God or pry into His secret counsels which they fulfilled (Exodus 3:6; Job 4:18; Job 15:15; 1 Kings 19:13)
Athaliah - six years afterwards he was brought from his place of refuge, and crowned by the bold and faithful high priest Jehoiada, who at the same time caused the blood-stained Athaliah to be put to death, 2 Kings 11:1-21 2 Chronicles 23:1-21
Johannes de Saresberia - Like his friend Thomas Becket, he incurred the displeasure of Henry II and was forced to leave England for six years
Johannes Parvus - Like his friend Thomas Becket, he incurred the displeasure of Henry II and was forced to leave England for six years
John of Salisbury - Like his friend Thomas Becket, he incurred the displeasure of Henry II and was forced to leave England for six years
Camaldolese Order - For six centuries the order steadily increased as one community but in time it became divided into the five congregations of: ...
the Holy Hermitage,
San Michele di Murano,
Monte Corona,
the Congregation of Turin, and
Notre Dame de Consolation (France)
Jean Corot - He first studied art at twenty-six, under Victor Bertin
Gibeah - It was here that the terrible outrage was committed on the Levite's concubine which led to the almost utter extirpation of the tribe of Benjamin (Judges 19 ; 20 ), only six hundred men surviving after a succession of disastrous battles
Gerasa - ...
The other Gerasa was located some twenty-six miles north of present-day Amman in Jordan
Honorius iv, Pope - Cardinal-deacon, and papal prefect in Tuscany, he did not receive ordination until six weeks after his election
Mercy: Abuse of - The steward answered, that he heard a labouring man say, that whereas formerly he worked six days in the week, now he would work but four; which abuse of that good provision so affected the pious statesman that he could not refrain from weeping
Appointment - Stipulation assignation the act of fixing by mutual agreement as, they made an appointment to meet at six o'clock
Cities of Refuge - six cities that were designated by Moses at the command of God as locations to which Israelites could flee in order to be safe from retribution of other Israelites for offenses committed against others
Perizzite - six including Perizzite are enumerated Exodus 3:8; Exodus 3:17
Montessori Method - A system of training and instruction, primarily for use with normal children aged from three to six years, devised by Dr
Troas - A city in the northwestern part of Asia Minor, on the sea-coast, six miles south of the entrance to the Hellespont, and four miles south of the Homeric Troy
Syene - The latitude of Syene, according to Bruce is 24 0'...
45'; that of Alexandria, 31 11' 33"; difference 7 10' 48", equal to four hundred and thirty geographical miles on the meridian, or about five hundred British miles; but the real length of the valley of Egypt, as it follows the windings of the Nile, is full six hundred miles
Miletus - It was about thirty-six miles south of Ephesus, and the capital of both Caria and Ionia
Philadelphia - There are five churches, and six mosques, one of which the native Christians believe to have been the church in which worshipped the primitive Christians whom John addressed
Savelli, Giacomo - Cardinal-deacon, and papal prefect in Tuscany, he did not receive ordination until six weeks after his election
Giacomo Savelli - Cardinal-deacon, and papal prefect in Tuscany, he did not receive ordination until six weeks after his election
Star in the East - The fanciful theory of the distinguished astronomer Kepler, that the conjunction of the planets Jupiter and Saturn six years before the common Christian era may have constituted the "star in the east," does not appear to meet the terms of the inspired narrative
Salisbury, John of - Like his friend Thomas Becket, he incurred the displeasure of Henry II and was forced to leave England for six years
Saresberia, Johannes de - Like his friend Thomas Becket, he incurred the displeasure of Henry II and was forced to leave England for six years
Jehoiachin - 509, reigned three months, and was then carried away to Babylon, where he was imprisoned for thirty-six years, and then released and favored by Evil-merodach, 2 Kings 24:6-16 25:27 2 Chronicles 3:9,10
Footman, - This body appears to have been afterwards kept up, and to have been distinct from the body-guard --the six hundred and thirty-- who were originated by David
Jehiel - ...
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The second of Jehoshaphat's six sons (2 Chronicles 21:2 )
Cities of Refuge, - six Levitical cities specially chosen for refuge to the involuntary homicide until released from banishment by the death of the high priest
Money - Money also represents six Greek words in the New Testament: argurion, meaning "silver," Matthew 25:18; kerma, a small coin, John 2:15; nomisma, meaning possibly "legal coin," Matthew 22:19; chalkos, a copper coin, Mark 6:8; chrema, Acts 8:18, and stater, rendered "shekel"in the R. Coined money, as now in use among civilized nations, was unknown in the world until about six hundred years before Christ
Cost - In the phrase, a hat costs six dollars, the sense is, it expends, lays out, or causes to be laid out six dollars
Chald a - 1300; the Assyrian empire next, lasting about six and a half centuries, from b. 1300, Chaldæa held an insignificant place in history for over six centuries, but recovered in b
Mahanaim - Merrill locates Mahanaim in the Jordan valley, six miles north of the Jabbok, at a ruin called Suleikhat
Omri - The Israelites were then divided into two parties, one of which had made Tibni king; but after a struggle of about six years, Omri prevailed, and took the throne, which he disgraced, from 928-917 b
Feasts, Movable - Lent, with its opening day (Ash Wednesday) and its six Sundays, is shifted backward or forward by the date of Easter
Movable Feasts - Lent, with its opening day (Ash Wednesday) and its six Sundays, is shifted backward or forward by the date of Easter
Francis of Paula, Saint - He began at an early age to show signs of extraordinary sanctity; at 14 he retired to a cave on the sea-coast and lived there as an anchorite for six years
Tabor - About six miles east of Nazareth, it has played an important role in Israel's history since the period of the conquest
Leah - Leah bore six sons to Jacob (Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Issachar, Zebulun) and a daughter (Dinah)
Ittai - A Gittite leader who, with a following of six hundred Philistines, attached himself to David at the outbreak of Absalom’s rebellion
Ephod - On the shoulder pieces of this garment were two large stones on which were engraved the names of the twelve tribes, six on each stone
Tribe - ) A nation of savages or uncivilized people; a body of rude people united under one leader or government; as, the tribes of the six Nations; the Seneca tribe
Log - The common log is a piece of board, forming the quadrant of a circle of about six inches radius, balanced by a small plate of lead nailed on the circular part, so as to swim perpendicular. A Hebrew measure of liquids, containing, according to some authors, three quarters of a pint according to others, five sixths of a pint
Throne - That of Solomon was of ivory, overlaid with gold; having six broad steps, every one guarded by a golden lion at each end, 1 Kings 10:18-20
Jeho-i'Achin - (Jeremiah 29:2 ; Ezekiel 17:12 ; 19:9 ) There he remained a prisoner, actually in prison and wearing prison garments, for thirty-six years, viz
Courage - ...
B — 1: θαρρέω (Strong's #2292 — Verb — tharreo — thar-hreh'-o ) is translated by some form of the verb "to be of good courage," in the RV in five of the six places where it is used: 2 Corinthians 5:6 , "being of good courage" (AV, "we are
Pelican - The female has a large pouch or bag capable of containing two or three gallons of water, and food enough for six common men
Italo-Greeks - The Byzantine Rite was made obligatory in 968, but the Norman Conquest (11th century) and the attempt to restore the Latin Rite, which began in the 11th century and continued for six centuries, prevented these people from being drawn into the GreeK Schism; they always remained faithful to the pope
Marie de Rabutin Chantal, Marquise de Sevigne - Having become an orphan at age six, she was educated by the Abbe de Coulanges, her uncle, who taught her Latin, Spanish and Italian, and gave her his own practical spirit and deep sense of religion
Weapons - Human history shows marked means by which the implements were advanced technologically through the past six millennia
Bramble - ...
The "bramble bush" (Luke 6:44) is probably the same as Christ's thorn (Ζizyphus spina Christi ) supposed to be the kind of which Christ's crown of thorns was platted; a shrub about six feet high, producing an acid fruit as large as the sloe; the prickles grow in pairs, the one straight, the other curved back
Council - Theyare generally regarded as being six in number, as follows:...
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Benedictines - Every day in Lent they fasted till six in the evening, and abated of their usual time in sleeping, eating, &c
Hall - ) The apartment in which English university students dine in common; hence, the dinner itself; as, hall is at six o'clock
Tekoa - ” A city in the highlands of Judah six miles south of Bethlehem and ten miles south of Jerusalem; home of the prophet Amos
Herb - (3) deshe’ is six times tr
Tim'Nath-se'Rah - In his journey from Jifna to Mejdel-Yaba , about six miles from the former he discovered the ruins of a considerable town
Concord - ...
Form of concord, in ecclesiastical history, a standard-book among the Lutherans, composed at Torgaw in 1576, and thence called the book of Torgaw, and reviewed at Berg by six Lutheran doctors of Germany, the principal of whom was James Anderae
Beethoven, Ludwig Van - From 1795, with the publication of Three Trios, he composed continuously, producing from 1800-1815 six symphonies, the Coriolanus and Egmont, overtures, and the opera Fidelio
Walls - Archaeologists estimate that the walls of Nineveh were wide enough to drive three chariots abreast and the walls of Babylon were wide enough to drive six chariots abreast on the top
Gabriel Taurin Dufresse, Blessed - He was removed to Peking but after an imprisonment of six months, was released
Bottle - There are six Hebrew words translated 'bottle ' in the O
Gibeon - A city of the Hivites, Joshua 9:3-21, about six miles north of Jerusalem
Monitor - It is sometimes five or six feet long
Captivity - six captivities are reckoned during the government by judges: the first, under Chushanrishathaim, king of Mesopotamia, which continued about eight years; the second, under Eglon, king of Moab, from which the Jews were delivered by Ehud; the third, under the Philistines, from which they were rescued by Shamgar; the fourth, under Jabin, king of Hazor, from which they were delivered by Deborah and Barak; the fifth, under the Midianites, from which Gideon freed them; and the sixth, under the Ammonites and Philistines, during the judicatures of Jephthah, Ibzan, Elon, Abdon, Eli, Samson, and Samuel
Night - They always began at six in the evening to count their hours; so that what we call three in the afternoon was to them the ninth hour of the day
Arimathea - There was another Ramah, about six miles north of Jerusalem, in a pass which separated the kingdoms of Israel and Judah, which Baasha, king of Israel, took and began to fortify; but he was obliged to relinquish it, in consequence of the alliance formed between Asa, king of Judah, and Benhadad, king of Syria, 1 Kings 15
Cities of Refuge - Were six Levitical cities specially chosen for refuge to the involuntary homicide until released from banishment by the death of the high priest
Satan - The proper name appears five times in the Old Testament, 1 Chronicles 21:1; Job 1:6; Job 1:12; Job 2:1; Zechariah 3:1; in the New Testament 25 times; the word "devil" occurs 25 times; "the prince of this world," three times; "the wicked one," six times; "the tempter," twice
Week - They who embrace this view support it by a reference to the six days' creation and the divine rest on the seventh
Bahia - Thome de Sousa, first governor of Brazil, arrived at Bahia in 1549 with six Jesuits, the first to come to the New World, and two days later the first Mass was said there
Sisters of Mercy - For purposes of government, six provinces were formed
Gibeon - It stood on an eminence, six miles north of Jerusalem
Smalkaldic League - The League included six German princes, among them the notorious Philip of Hesse and the Elector John of Saxony; and eleven cities, including Strasbourg, Constance, and Bremen
Athali'ah - (2 Chronicles 24:6 ) The child was brought up under Jehoiada's care, and concealed in the temple for six years, during which period Athaliah reigned over Judah
Movable Feasts And Fasts - 30) whether before or after; the three remainingSundays in Advent; Septuagesima, Sexagesima and QuinquagesimaSundays; the six Sundays in Lent; Rogation Sunday; Ascension Day,Whitsun Day and Trinity Sunday; Monday and Tuesday in Easter Week;Monday and Tuesday in Whitsun Week; also the number of Sundaysduring the Epiphany and Trinity Seasons is variable, these Seasonsbeing longer or shorter according to the time Easter is kept
Chaplain - the persons vested with a power of retaining chaplains, together with the number each is allowed to qualify, are as follow: an archbishop eight; a duke or bishop six; marquis or earl five; viscount four; baron, knight of the garter, or lord chancellor, three: a duchess, marchioness, countess, baroness, the treasurer or comptroller of the king's house, clerk of the closet, the king's secretary, dean of the chapel, almoner, and master of the rolls, each of them two; chief justice of the king's bench, and ward of the cinque ports, each one. In Scotland, the king has six chaplains with a salary of 50l
Cubit - ...
In Ezekiel 41:8 we read of a 'great cubit,' and in the commencement of the description of the future temple the reed is described as being "six cubits long by the cubit and a handbreadth. This agrees with the former passage which speaks of 'a full reed of six great cubits. ' From this we gather that there was an ordinary cubit, and a great cubit, the difference being a handbreadth, which is accounted to be the same as the palm, a sixth of a cubit
Keep, Oversee - 2:2: “And Solomon told out threescore and ten thousand men to bear burdens … and three thousand and six hundred to oversee them. 2:18: “… and three thousand and six hundred overseers to set the people a work
Zechariah - He reigned but six months, and was murdered. Several learned men have been of opinion that the last six chapters were not written by Zechariah; but whoever wrote them, their inspired authority is established by their being quoted in three of the Gospels, Matthew 26:31 ; Mark 14:27 ; John 19:37
Lent, the Season of - Beginningwith Ash Wednesday the Lenten Season really covers a period offorty-six days, but as Sunday has always been regarded as a Feast,these six Sundays are not counted as belonging to the Fast
Servant - At the conclusion of six years of service. Indeed no servitude could last longer than six years. In the case of a female Hebrew slave, there was not the release at the end of six years: but if marriage with the owner or his son did not take place, she was not to be sold to a foreigner, but "he shall cause her to be redeemed," i
Heraldry, Ecclesiastical - Originally the number of tassels was indeterminate but in early representations six tassels on either side are usually found. A patriarch also has fifteen tassels but the cord and taseels are interwoven with gold; an archbishop has ten tassels and a bishop has six. Apostolic prothonotaries are entitled to a violet hat with six red tassels at each side. Domestic prelates, privy chamberlains, and privy chaplains of His Holiness have a violet bat with six violet tassels
Ecclesiastical Heraldry - Originally the number of tassels was indeterminate but in early representations six tassels on either side are usually found. A patriarch also has fifteen tassels but the cord and taseels are interwoven with gold; an archbishop has ten tassels and a bishop has six. Apostolic prothonotaries are entitled to a violet hat with six red tassels at each side. Domestic prelates, privy chamberlains, and privy chaplains of His Holiness have a violet bat with six violet tassels
Hexapla - formed of εξ , six, and απλοω , I open, or unfold, a Bible disposed in six columns, containing the text, and divers versions of it, compiled and published by Origen, with a view of securing the sacred text from future corruptions, and to correct those that had been already introduced. The fifth was found at Jericho, in the reign of Caracalla, about the year 217; and the sixth was discovered at Nicopolis, in the reign of Alexander Severus, about the year 228: lastly, Origen himself recovered part of a seventh, containing only the Psalms. This work Origen called Εξαπλα , Hexapla, that is, sextuple, or a work of six columns, as only regarding the first six Greek versions
Levites - Of these thirteen were given to the priests, six of which were cities of refuge, Joshua 20:7 ; Joshua 21:19-20 , &c. 62, six years before the destruction of the temple by the Romans, the Levites desired permission from that prince to wear the linen tunic like the priests; and this was granted. The Gershonites, whose number was seven thousand five hundred, were employed in the marches through the wilderness in carrying the veils and curtains of the tabernacle; the Kohathites, whose number was eight thousand six hundred, in carrying the ark and sacred vessels of the tabernacle; the Merarites, whose number was six thousand two hundred, in carrying the several pieces of the tabernacle which could not be placed upon the chariots; and the Aaronites were the priests who served the sanctuary
Florence, Italy, City of - The city was the seat of the Seventeenth AEcumenical Council (1438-1445), the home of many saints (Catherine de' Ricci, Mary Magdalen de Pazzi, Philip Neri), and the birthplace of Dante, Giotto, Fra Angelico, Donatello, and of six popes
Institute of Mary - Pioneers of the unenclosed orders for women, the founder and her companions met with little encouragement before Pope Clement XI approved their Rule, that of Saint Ignatius, in 1703, when they numbered six foundations
Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Pioneers of the unenclosed orders for women, the founder and her companions met with little encouragement before Pope Clement XI approved their Rule, that of Saint Ignatius, in 1703, when they numbered six foundations
Isaac Jogues, Blessed - He traveled to Canada in 1636, and spent six years in the lake region, visited the Petuns with Father Garnier, and journeyed as far as Sault Sainte Marie
Innocent iv, Pope - The latter however proved insincere, secretly inciting rebellion, and the pope fled to Lyons where he remained for six years and where he convoked the Thirteenth General Council
Fulda - The cathedral, six times destroyed by fire and rebuilt by Prince-Abbot Adalbert (1704-1712) in Renaissance style, contains the tomb of Saint Boniface
Sabbatical Year - (Exodus 23:10,11 ) The commandment is to sow and reap for six years, and to let the land rest on the seventh, "that the poor of thy people may eat; and what they leave the beasts of the held shall eat
Obed-Edom - There it remained for six months, and was to him and his house the occasion of great blessing
Shekel - six gold shekels, according to the later Jewish system, were equal in value to fifty silver ones
Fourth Sunday in Lent - , through the six Sundays
Book - ) six tricks taken by one side, in the game of whist; in certain other games, two or more corresponding cards, forming a set
Loretto Nuns - Pioneers of the unenclosed orders for women, the founder and her companions met with little encouragement before Pope Clement XI approved their Rule, that of Saint Ignatius, in 1703, when they numbered six foundations
Nicopolis, - No other city of the name was in such a position, or so important as to claim six months of the Apostle’s time
None - six days shall ye gather it, but on the seventh day, which is the sabbath, in it there shall be none
Legion - Of these tribunes there were six to a legion
Eleven - ...
2 Kings 23:36 (c) The eleven years represent the number six which is the number of man's sufficiency joined with the number five, the number of human weakness
Jehoiachin - Jehoiachin was carried to Babylon and kept in prison thirty-six years; on the accession of Evil-merodach, B
Athaliah - One child, Joash, was concealed in the temple, and after Athaliah had reigned six years, he was anointed king and crowned; Athaliah was taken outside the enclosures of the temple and slain, B
Dragon - Five or six of the hind ribs, on each side, are prolonged and covered with weblike skin, forming a sort of wing
Crowd - ) An ancient instrument of music with six strings; a kind of violin, being the oldest known stringed instrument played with a bow
Discount - ) To deduct from an account, debt, charge, and the like; to make an abatement of; as, merchants sometimes discount five or six per cent for prompt payment of bills. ) To lend, or make a practice of lending, money, abating the discount; as, the discount for sixty or ninety days
Hilarion, Saint - He fasted rigorously, for six years taking only fifteen figs a day which he ate at sunset, and supported himself by weaving baskets
Galley - They have three masts and thirty two banks of oars each bank containing two oars, and each oar managed by six or seven slaves
Lebanon - Lebanon was a mountain about six miles wide, and about fifty miles long
Procurator - They had six lictors, the military dress and sword (Dion Yard - ) A measure of length, equaling three feet, or thirty-six inches, being the standard of English and American measure
English Ladies, the - Pioneers of the unenclosed orders for women, the founder and her companions met with little encouragement before Pope Clement XI approved their Rule, that of Saint Ignatius, in 1703, when they numbered six foundations
Corinth - 53, a year and six months, Acts 18:11; paid it, a
Ten Commandments - These are usually divided into four and six
Nehemiah - He was made governor of Judea, upon his own application, by Artaxerxes Longimanus; and his book, which in the Hebrew canon was joined to that of Ezra, gives an account of his appointment and administration through a space of about thirty-six years to A
Lever - It is usually named as the first of the six mechanical powers, and is of three kinds, according as either the fulcrum F, the weight W, or the power P, respectively, is situated between the other two, as in the figures
Aphek - It was about six miles east of the Sea of Galilee; now called Fik
Scorpion - Its usual length is one or two inches, but in tropical climates it is sometimes found six or eight inches in length, and its sting is attended with excruciating pain, Revelation 9:3-6, terminating often in violent convulsions and death
Coner-Stone - Such a stone is found at Baalbek, twenty-eight feet long, six and a half feet wide, and four feet thick
Rhodes - It was famous for its brazen Colossus, which was one hundred and five feet high, made by Chares of Lyndus: it stood at the mouth of the harbor of the city, on sixty marble columns, and continued perfect only fifty-six years, being thrown down by an earthquake, under the reign of Ptolemy Euergetes king of Egypt, who began to reign B
ha'Nan - (1 Chronicles 8:23 ) ...
The last of the six sons of Azel, a descendant of Saul
Issachar - After the entrance into the Promised Land, this tribe was one of the six which stood on Gerizim during the ceremony of the blessing and cursing (Deuteronomy 27:12 )
Elizabeth - ...
When Elizabeth was six months pregnant, Mary visited her, bringing news that she (Mary) was to be the mother of the promised Messiah (Luke 1:35-36; Luke 1:39-40)
Chariotry - The word is used collectively of an entire force of “military chariotry”: “And he took six hundred chosen chariots, and all the [1]” ( six hundred select chariot units, and all the chariotry of Egypt with defensive men
Josh'ua - In six years, six tribes, with thirty-one petty chiefs, were conquered
Bethany - and Lazarus where He raised Lazarus froth the dead; from whence He made His triumphal entry into Jerusalem; His nightly abode each of the six nights preceding His betrayal; where at the house of Simon the leper He was anointed by Mary (Mark 14:3); and where, most of all, we are introduced to the home circle of His private life. Thus Mark completes the six days, coinciding (with that absence of design which establishes truth) exactly with John, "Jesus six days before the Passover came to Bethany" (John 12:1. The anointing by Mary, introduced by Mark, after mention of the chief priests' plot "two days" before the Passover, is not in chronological order, for it was six days before the Passover (John 12), but stands here parenthetically, to account for Judas' spite against Jesus
Giant - Entire families sometimes, though rarely, occur of six feet four, or six feet six inches high. From all this we may conclude, that there may have possibly been seen some solitary instances of men who were ten feet in height; that those of eight feet are extremely uncommon, and that even six feet and a half far exceeds the height of men in Europe
Jubilee - "Six years thou shalt sow thy field, and six years thou shalt prune thy vineyard, and gather in the fruit thereof; but in the seventh year shall be a sabbath of rest unto the land, a sabbath for Jehovah: thou shalt neither sow thy field, nor prune thy vineyard. ...
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The above passage speaks of six years of sowing, and six years of pruning the vineyard and gathering in the fruit thereof, but does not speak of six years of harvest
Abdon (1) - Pirathon, the city to which he belonged, is identified by Robinson with the modern Fer'ata, six miles W
Cat - ), having six feet, of which three rest on the ground, in whatever position in is placed
Shewbread - They were flat and thin, and were placed in two rows of six each on a table in the holy place before the Lord
Oblates of Saint Ambrose - The society was divided into six groups, two remaining at the city house, the others laboring in various parts of the diocese
Oblates of Saint Charles - The society was divided into six groups, two remaining at the city house, the others laboring in various parts of the diocese
Ahaz - He ascended the throne at twenty years of age, and reigned sixteen years, 2 Kings 16:1,2,20 . Ahaz was reduced to great extremities, in buying off the Assyrians; but became more infatuated still in idolatry, and dying in his impiety at the of thirty-six, was refused a burial with the kings his ancestors, 2 Chronicles 28:1-27
Shew-Bread, - Every Sabbath twelve newly baked loaves, representing the twelve tribes of Israel, were put on it in two rows, six in each, and sprinkled with incense, where they remained till the following Sabbath
Judah - This tribe was so numerous, that at the departure out of Egypt it contained seventy-four thousand six hundred men capable of bearing arms, Numbers 1:26-27
Avenger of Blood - In order that this law might be guarded against abuse, Moses appointed six cities of refuge (Exodus 21:13 ; Numbers 35:13 ; Deuteronomy 19:1,9 )
Jahaz - It has been variously located at Libb, six miles north of Dibon; Aleiyan; khirbet el-Medeiyineh; and khirbet Iskander, four miles north of Dibon, being the most popular suggestions
Dimissory Letter - which shall be delivered within six months fromthe date thereof; and when such clergyman shall have been soreceived he shall be considered as having passed entirely fromthe jurisdiction of the Bishop from whom the letter of dismissionwas brought, to the full jurisdiction of the Bishop or otherEcclesiastical Authority by whom it shall be accepted and becomethereby subject to all the canonical provisions of this Church
Engraver - Strict engraving of stones is mentioned in Exodus 28:9-21 in the case of the two onyx stones having six each of the 12 tribes' names, on the high priest's shoulders, and the 12 breast-plate stones with the 12 tribes' names engraven
Decalogue - They are divided into two tables; the first four commandments setforth our duty towards God, and the last six our duty towards man
Makkedah - Joshua 15:41 names Gederoth, Beth-dagon, Naameh, and Makkedah together, corresponding respectively to Kutrah, Beit Dejan, Nyaneh, and Mug hat; Kutrah and Mughar near together, Nyaneh six miles N
Scorpion - It is usually not more than two or three inches long, but in tropical climates is sometimes six inches in length
Throne - Solomon's throne (1 Kings 10:19) was a chair of ivory with circular back and arms, overlaid with gold, raised on six steps; on each side of each step was a lion of gold, and there was "a footstool of gold fastened to the throne" (2 Chronicles 9:18)
Gadara - A town whose ruins (extensive, but in recent years much destroyed by the natives) bear the name of Umm Keis , about six miles S
Aphek - Now Fik; at the head of the wady Fik, six miles E
Goliath - Goliath is described as being "six cubits and a span" (1 Kings 17) in height, i
Ammon (or Amon), Saint - A great multitude of zealous disciples soon gathered round him; so that Palladius not many years later found about five thousand monks, some living quite alone, some with one or more companions; while six hundred "advanced in holiness" ( τελείοι ) dwelt apart from the rest in more complete isolation (ib
Handle - The breeders in Flanders--handle their colts six months every year
Shelomith - The Gershonites numbered nine fathers' houses, six named after Laadan, and three after Shimei
John - ...
John the Baptist hath the priority in point of time, being born six months before the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ
Candlestick - It consisted of a pedestal; an upright shaft; six arms, three on one side, and three on the opposite side of the shaft; and seven lamps surmounting the shaft and arms
Tabor - It is six miles east of Nazareth, and about 50 miles north of Jerusalem
Athaliah - Athaliah usurped the throne for six years, 884-878 b
Azariah - After Azariah in that genealogy are six generations, ending with Elishama; and from Joash to Hezekiah also six; therefore Elishama was contemporary with Hezekiah
Morning - ’ The Roman division of the night into four ‘watches,’ extending from six o’clock to six o’clock, is brought into striking view in Mark 13:35, where ὀψέ (in the evening), μεσονύκτιον, (at midnight), and ἀλεκτοροφωνίας (at cock-crowing), are given in connexion and contrast with πρωῑ̔ (in the morning)
Gerizim - God commanded that the Hebrews, after passing the Jordan, should be so divided; that six tribes might be stationed on Mount Gerizim, and six on Mount Ebal
Camp - The whole body of the people, consisting of six hundred thousand fighting men, beside women and children, was disposed under four battalions, so placed as to enclose the tabernacle, in the form of a square, and each under one general standard. Mountains of Abarim In the second year after their exodus from Egypt they were numbered; and upon an exact poll, the number of their males amounted to six hundred and three thousand, five hundred and fifty, from twenty years old and upward, Numbers 1:2
Scorpion - Those found in Southern Europe seldom exceed two inches in length; but in tropical climates it is not uncommon thing to meet with them five or six times as long. ...
The poison is injected by means of a sharp curved sting at the end of the six-jointed tail
Heliopolis - At present its site, six miles north northeast from Cairo, is marked only by extensive ranges of low mounds full of ruinous fragments, and a solitary obelisk formed of a single block of red granite, rising about sixty feet above the sand, and covered on its four sides with hieroglyphics. There were nineteen columns on each side, or fifty-four in all, only six of which are now standing, and they were seven feet in diameter, and sixty-two feet high, besides the entablature of nearly fourteen feet. This temple rested on an immense vaulted substructure, rising nearly fifty feet above the ground outside, and in this are three stones sixty-three long and thirteen feet high, lying twenty feet above the ground
John, Gospel of - Nearly two-thirds of the whole book belong to the last six months of our Lord's life, and one-third is the record of the last week. (John 6:1 ) ...
Fifth journey, six months before his death, begun at the feast of tabernacles, chs. (John 7:1 ; John 10:21 ) ...
Sixth journey, about the feast of dedication, ch
Hexapla - A Bible disposed in six columns, containing the text and divers versions thereof, compiled and published by Origen, with a view of securing the sacred text from future corruptions, and to correct those that had been already introduced. The fifth was found at Jericho, in the reign of Caracalla, about the year 217: and the sixth was discovered at Nicopolis, in the reign of Alexander Severus, about the year 228; lastly, Origen himself recovered part of a seventh, containing only the Psalms. sextuple, or work of six columns, as only regarding the first six Greek versions. This celebrated work, which Montfaucon imagines consisted of sixty large volumes, perished long ago; probably with the library at Cxsarea, where it was preserved in the year 653; though several of the ancient writers have preserved us pieces thereof, particularly St
Bouddhists - To the present grand period, comprehending all the time included in a "kulpu," they assign five deities, four of whom have already appeared, including Goutumu, or Bouddhu, whose exaltation continues five thousand years, two thousand three hundred and fifty-six of which had expired, A. six hundred millions of saints are said to be canonized with each deity, though it is admitted that Bouddhu took only twenty-four thousand devotees to heaven with him. The Bouddhists are taught that there are four superior heavens which are not destroyed at the end of "kulpu," that below these there are twelve other heavens, followed by six inferior heavens; after which follows the earth; then the world of snakes; and then thirty-two chief hells; to which are to be added, one hundred and twenty hells of milder torments
Accho - It has since then suffered greatly, having been besieged six months by Ibrahim Pacha, in 1832, and bombarded by an English fleet in 1840
Five Nations - A confederacy of five, afterwards six, tribes of Iroquoian stock, Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca, and later Tuscarora, extending across New York State to Lake Erie
Doctor - The curriculum, the examination, and the length of the course of study differed in the various universities, Bologna requiring six years for the doctorate in canon law, and Paris five years, according to the statutes of 1215
Mass, Saints of the - Before the Consecration, in the prayer Communicantes, commemoration is made of ...
Our Lady
twelve Apostles (including Saint Paul, but excluding Judas Iscariot)
Pope Saint Linus
Pope Saint Cletus
Pope Saint Clement
Pope Saint sixtus
Pope Saint Cornelius
Saint Cyprian of Carthage
Saint Lawrence
Saint Chrysogonus
Saint John the Martyr
Saint Paul the Martyr
Saint Cosmas
Saint Damian
After the Consecration, in the prayer Nobis quoque peccatoribus, we pray for fellowship with certain other apostles and martyrs ...
Saint John the Baptist
Saint Stephen the First Martyr
Saint Matthias the Apostle
Saint Barnabas the Apostles
Saint Ignatius of Antioch
Pope Saint Alexander I
Saint Marcellinus
Saint Peter the Exorcist
Saint Felicitas
Saint Perpetua
Saint Agatha
Saint Lucy
Saint Agnes
Saint Cecilia
Saint Anastasia
It is noteworthy that all the above are martyrs, and either Romans or saints popular at Rome, as our Mass is the local liturgy of the city of Rome. six times there is mention of All Saints, and once of the saints whose relics are in the altar-stone
Hivites - Gibeon was six miles N
Hazael - He reigned about forty-six years (B
Loan - for six years, and not beyond the Jubilee year, whatever his period of service might be (Exodus 21:2)
Footstool - This text is quoted six times in the New Testament
Goliath - His height was "six cubits and a span," which, taking the cubit at 21 inches, is equal to 10 1/2 feet
Battery - In the United States, a battery of flying artillery consists usually of six guns
Mephibosheth - A son of Saul, who with six other members of Saul's household, was delivered by David to the Gibeonites to be hanged
Jehoiarib - But the Talmud makes these professed representatives of the old 24 courses to have been not really descendants from the original heads, except from four of them, Jedaiah, Immer, Pashur, and Harim, for which the Babylonian Talmud has Joiarib (as implied in Ezra 2:36-39; Nehemiah 7:39-42); and that these four were subdivided into six each to make the 24; and that the 24 took the old names (Luke 1:5)
Goliath - Goliath is described as being ‘six cubits and a span’ in height, i
Lawgiver - The word is found six times in the AV Sore - Translation of six Hebrew words and a Greek word in RSV and of at least ten Hebrew and ten Greek words in KJV:1
Coin - The "six thousand of gold" mentioned in the transaction between Naaman and Gehazi (2 Kings 5:5 ) were probably so many shekels of gold
Pot - ...
John 2:6 (c) These may be taken as a type of the six people in John who are outstanding in their transformed lives; Nicodemus, the Samaritan woman, the lame man in chapter5, the blind man, Lazarus, and the nobleman's son in chapter4
Yield - ) To give in return for labor expended; to produce, as payment or interest on what is expended or invested; to pay; as, money at interest yields six or seven per cent
Athaliah - One infant was preserved, and was successfully concealed in the Temple six years
Appointment - Hence:: Arrangement for a meeting; engagement; as, they made an appointment to meet at six
Halicarnassus - HALICARNASSUS was one of the six Dorian colonies on the coast of Caria
Sister - Mary gave birth to at least six other children besides JESUS
Troll - ) To roll; to run about; to move around; as, to troll in a coach and six
Abraham - Abraham then married Cetura by whom he had six children
Reckon - ” This word appears in the infinitive form as a noun to indicate a register or table of genealogy: “And the number throughout the genealogy of them that were apt to the war, and to battle was twenty and six thousand men” ( Hermon - At about six or seven hours' distance eastward, stood, within view, Nazareth, and the two mountains Tabor and Hermon
Gibeah - Robinson found traces of Gebeah in the small and ruinous village of Jeba, near Ramah, separated from Michmash on the north by a deep valley, and about six miles north by east from Jerusalem
Occupy - The archbishop may have occasion to occupy more chaplains than six
Plough - As the handle was single, and with attention was easily managed by one hand, Luke 9:62 , the ploughman brandished in the other a formidable goad, six or eight feet long, armed at the point with a pike, and at the heavy end, which was two inches thick, with a small iron spade for clearing the share from clay, Judges 3:31 1 Samuel 13:21 Acts 9:5
Sparrow - It builds under the eaves of houses, an in similar situations; feeds on seeds, fruits, and insects; and lays five or six eggs of a pale ash color, with brow spots
Candlestick - It consisted of a pedestal; an upright shaft; six arms, three on one side and three on the opposite side of the shaft; and seven lamps surmounting the shaft and arms
Saints of the Mass - Before the Consecration, in the prayer Communicantes, commemoration is made of ...
Our Lady
twelve Apostles (including Saint Paul, but excluding Judas Iscariot)
Pope Saint Linus
Pope Saint Cletus
Pope Saint Clement
Pope Saint sixtus
Pope Saint Cornelius
Saint Cyprian of Carthage
Saint Lawrence
Saint Chrysogonus
Saint John the Martyr
Saint Paul the Martyr
Saint Cosmas
Saint Damian
After the Consecration, in the prayer Nobis quoque peccatoribus, we pray for fellowship with certain other apostles and martyrs ...
Saint John the Baptist
Saint Stephen the First Martyr
Saint Matthias the Apostle
Saint Barnabas the Apostles
Saint Ignatius of Antioch
Pope Saint Alexander I
Saint Marcellinus
Saint Peter the Exorcist
Saint Felicitas
Saint Perpetua
Saint Agatha
Saint Lucy
Saint Agnes
Saint Cecilia
Saint Anastasia
It is noteworthy that all the above are martyrs, and either Romans or saints popular at Rome, as our Mass is the local liturgy of the city of Rome. six times there is mention of All Saints, and once of the saints whose relics are in the altar-stone
Walls - A little beyond this spot, towards the south, is the fragment of an immense arch of forty-one feet span, one of five or six which supported a lofty causeway, from mount Zion to the temple area at its southern portico, 1 Kings 10:5 1 Chronicles 26:16,18
Husks - The fruits are flat brownish pods, from six to eight inches long, and an inch or more broad: they resemble the pods of our locust-tree; and are composed of two husks, separated by membranes into several cells, and containing flat, shining seeds, and when ripe a sweetish, honey like kind of juice
Yard - A measure of three feet or thirty six inches
Jeho-i'Ada - He married Jehosheba; and when Athaliah slew all the seed royal to Judah after Ahaziah had been put to death by Jehu, he and his wife stole Joash from among the king's sons and hid him for six years in the temple, and eventually replaced him on the throne of his ancestors
Haz'a-el - 840, (2 Kings 13:24 ) having reigned forty-six years
Modestus - six of these remain (Basil
John Baptist, Saint - John Baptist has been observed since the fourth orfifth century on June 24th, as this was undoubtedly the day of hisbirth, since he was six months older than our Lord
Adonis - After his death, Venus went to the shades, and obtained from Proserpine, that Adonis might be with her six months in the year, and continue the other six in the infernal regions
la Fontaine, Jean de - During this period he also associated with Boileau, Moliere, and Racine, and published his "Contes et Nouvelles," (short stories, rather licentious in tone), his "Psyche," and the first six Books of his Fables
Steward - This term is found six times in AV Jean de la Fontaine - During this period he also associated with Boileau, Moliere, and Racine, and published his "Contes et Nouvelles," (short stories, rather licentious in tone), his "Psyche," and the first six Books of his Fables
Scapegoat - "The goat was conducted to a mountain named Tzuk, situated at a distance of ten Sabbath days' journey, or about six and a half English miles, from Jerusalem
Talapoins - the Talapons educate children, and at every new and full moon explain the precepts of their religion in their temples: and, during the rainy season, they preach from six in the morning till noon, and from one in the afternoon till five in the evening
Septuagint Chronology - The following is the reason which is given by Oriental writers; It being a very ancient tradition that Messiah was to come in the sixth chiliad, because he was to come in the last days, (founded on a mystical application of the six days creation, ) the contrivance was to shorten the age of the world from about 5500 to 3760; and thence to prove that Jesus could not be the Messiah
Divide - To make dividends to apportion the interest or profits of stock among proprietors as, the bank divides six per cent
Seven Words From the Cross - The seven words from the cross were not a prepared speech but the record of Jesus responding to the events around Him during the six agonizing hours of his crucifixion
Barbarian - ” In the New Testament, barbarian occurs six times
Onyx - Two onyx stones, with six names of Israel's tribes engraven on each, were on the high priest's shoulders as "stones of memorial unto Israel" (Exodus 28:9-12)
Athaliah - She managed to rule Judah for six years (2 Kings 11:1-4 ), being the only woman to do so
Bat - Their wings when extended measure five or six feet
Zaanaim, Plain of - Thus, Sisera's flight will be but for five or six miles from the scene of his defeat, not too far for one already fatigued, and in a line just opposite to that of the pursuit of his army toward Harosheth
Sennacherib - He says he captured forty-six fenced cities, and the fortresses and villages round about them belonging to Hezekiah the Jew, and carried away 200,150 souls, and horses, mules, asses, camels, oxen, and sheep without number, etc
Tick - The young are active and have at first but six legs
a'Phek - (1 Kings 20:26 ) It is now found in Fik , at the head of the Wady Fik , six miles east of the Sea of Galilee
Epoch - six other epochs are commonly reckoned in sacred history:...
the building of the tower of Babel, which was, according to Dr
Septuagint Chronology - The following is the reason which is given by the oriental writers: It being a very ancient tradition that Messiah was to come in the sixth chiliad, because he was to come in the last days, founded on a mystical application of the six days of the creation, the contrivance was to shorten the age of the world from about 5500 to 3760; and thence to prove that Jesus could not be the Messiah
Candlestick, - From the Arch of Titus, where the sculptured the spoils taken from Jerusalem, we learn that it consisted of a central stem, with six branches, three on each side
Rain - For six months in the year, from May to October, no rain falls, the whole land becomes dry, parched, and brown
Year - The months were lunar, of 30 days each, and twelve in number, although a thirteenth was necessarily intercalated six times in every 19 years
Regesta, Papal - The most important fragments of the various periods: are: about 850 letters of the regesta of Gregory I (590-604); some letters of John VIII (872-882), 55 of which are in the British Museum, together with correspondence of six other popes; about 70 letters from the regesta of Adrian IV (1154-1159) and several others, at Cambridge; 381 letters of Gregory VII (1073-1085), constituting, however, merely an extract of the original regesta, in the Vatican archives
Maacah or Maachah - ...
six others of the same name are mentioned, in Genesis 22:24 1 Kings 2:39 1 Chronicles 2:48 7:16 11:43 27:16
Deuteronomy - This book contains the history of what passed in the wilderness from the beginning of the eleventh month, to the seventh day of the twelfth month, in the fortieth year after the Israelites' departure from Egypt, that is, about six weeks, B
Sea - A large bason, cisternor laver which Solomon made in the temple, so large as to contain more than six thousand gallons
Hashabi'ah - (1 Chronicles 9:14 ) ...
The fourth of the six sons of Jeduthun, (1 Chronicles 25:3 ) who had charge of the twelfth course
Candlestick, - From the Arch of Titus, where the sculptured the spoils taken from Jerusalem, we learn that it consisted of a central stem, with six branches, three on each side
Reed - It grows from three to six feet high; Tristram (Land of Israel, 436) says 16 feet, and the triangular stems three inches in diameter, N. Κaneh "a reed" in general; a measuring reed, six cubits long (Ezekiel 40:5; Ezekiel 41:8; compare Revelation 11:1; Revelation 21:15)
Laodicea - (lay ahd ih cee' uh) A city in southwest Asia Minor on an ancient highway running from Ephesus to Syria ten miles west of Colossae and six miles south of Hierapolis. This need was met by bringing water six miles north from Denizli through a system of stone pipes (another sign of Laodicea's wealth)
Joshua - He defeated the Canaanites under Jabin king of Hazor, In six years six tribes, with 31 petty chiefs, were conquered
Part - In a second nuance the phrase identifies a unit by itself, a single unit: “And thou shalt couple five curtains by themselves, and six curtains by themselves …” ( six hundred thousand on foot that were men, beside children” ( Nero - 66, Florus there slew three thousand six hundred persons, and thus began the war. Cestius on this came to Jerusalem to suppress the sedition; but he was forced to retire, after having besieged it about six weeks, and was routed in his retreat, A
Society of Priests of Saint Sulpice - At the end of the 17th century the Sulpicians had organized in the vicinity of Montreal six parishes which they administered and supplied with churches, presbyteries, and schools. six seminaries in all, Baltimore, Bardstown, Brighton, Emmitsburg, Dunwoodie, and Menlo Park were founded or directed by Sulpicians
Sulpicians - At the end of the 17th century the Sulpicians had organized in the vicinity of Montreal six parishes which they administered and supplied with churches, presbyteries, and schools. six seminaries in all, Baltimore, Bardstown, Brighton, Emmitsburg, Dunwoodie, and Menlo Park were founded or directed by Sulpicians
Deep - ); as, a deep cave or recess or wound; a gallery ten seats deep; a company of soldiers six files deep
Manaen - Of the six named, four were to stay at Antioch, two to itinerate
Mary Stuart - She succeeded her father James V when only six days old
East Gate - This gate was closed on the six working days but open on the Sabbath (Ezekiel 46:1 )
Transformations of Grace - Chemistry came to the rescue, and to-day not less than thirty-six marketable articles are produced from this black, vile, sticky slime: solvents, oils, salts, colours, flavours
Most - Stock brings six per cent
Westminster Assembly - six or seven Independents were also added to them, that all sides might be heard
Polyglot - Origen arranged in different columns a Hebrew copy, both in Hebrew and Greek characters, with six different Greek versions. Elias Hutter, a German, about the end of the sixteenth century, published the New Testament in twelve languages, viz
Goliath - His height, six cubits and a span, would make 9 ft
Piece - ) A musket, gun, or cannon; as, a battery of six pieces; a following piece. ) A coin; as, a sixpenny piece; - formerly applied specifically to an English gold coin worth 22 shillings
Stork, - This also agrees with the stork, its wings extending to more than six feet
Hail - Hailstones assume various figures some are round, others angular, others pyramidical, others flat, and sometimes they are stellated with six radii, like crystals of snow
Drusilla - She was but six years old when her father died in a
Truck - Trucks usually have four or six wheels
Aphek - This may be modern Tell Kerdanah three miles from Haifa and six miles southeast of Acco
Keturah - Abraham married Keturah, when he was one hundred and forty years of age, and by her he had six sons, Zimram, Jokshan, Medan, Midian, Ishbak, and Shuah
Tin - Parkhurst observes, that Moses, in Numbers 31:22 , enumerates all the six species of metals
Babel - The Birs Nimrûd is one of the most striking ruins on the plain, and is six miles southwest of Hillah, on the Euphrates
Aphek - This may be modern Tell Kerdanah three miles from Haifa and six miles southeast of Acco
Stuart, Mary - She succeeded her father James V when only six days old
Gourd - Its leaves are large, and have six or seven divisions, whence its name of Palma Christi
Shalmaneser - The bas- relief copied in the next page was found on a fine Assyrian obelisk of black marble, six and a half feet high, and covered on all sides with inscriptions
Lamentations of Jeremiah - The first, second, and fourth chapters contain twentytwo verses each, according to the letters of the alphabet; the third chapter has three successive verses beginning with the same letter, making sixty-six in all
Bethesda - Two flights of steps, sixteen and thirteen in number, with a platform of twelve feet between them, lead down to the pool; this is fifteen feet long, and five or six feet wide
Camp, Encampments - " The whole body of the people consisted of six hundred thousand fighting men, besides women and children, Numbers 1:2 ; and was disposed into four battalions, so arranged as to enclose the tabernacle in a square, and each under one general standard, Numbers 2:3
Trouble - He shall deliver thee in six troubles
Dari'us -
DARIUS THE MEDE, (Daniel 6:1 ; 11:1 ) "the son of Ahasuerus," (Daniel 9:1 ) who succeeded to the Babylonian kingdom ont he death of Belshazzar, being then sixty-two years old. Upon the usurpation of the magian Smerdis, he conspired with six other Persian chiefs to overthrow the impostor and on the success of the plot was placed upon the throne, B
Lent, Sundays in - These six Sundays, therefore, are called "SundaysIN Lent, not of Lent; they are in the midst of it, but do not formpart of it; on these Sundays we continue without interruption tocelebrate our Saviour's Resurrection. The sixth Sunday is known as Palm Sunday as itwas on this day our Lord made His Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem,when the people hailed Him as King and strewed palm branches in Hisway, crying "Hosanna to the Son of David
John the Baptist - His birth, which took place six months before that of Jesus, was foretold by an angel. " His public ministry was suddenly (after about six months probably) brought to a close by his being cast into prison by Herod, whom he had reproved for the sin of having taken to himself the wife of his brother Philip (Luke 3:19 )
Monoimus - Further traces of the obligations of Monoimus to Simon are found in the reference to the six powers instrumental in creation, which answer to Simon's six "roots," while a similar indebtedness to Simon on the part of the Naassene writer in Hippolytus is found on comparing the anatomical speculations connected with the name Eden (v
Cease - ” The verb sabat is the root of shabbâth “Six days you are to do your work, but on the seventh day you shall cease from labor …” ( six days the Lord made heaven and earth, and on the seventh day he rested, and was refreshed” ( six years’ crops will be sown and harvested, but the seventh year “shall be a sabbath of rest unto the land, a sabbath for the Lord …” ( Teko'a, - Jerome says that Tekoa was six Roman miles from Bethlehem, and that as he wrote he had that village daily before his eyes
Omri - Tirza was for six years the seat of his government
Soldier - , Matthew 8:9 ; 27:27 ; 28:12 ; Mark 15:16 ; Luke 7:8 ; 23:36 ; six times in John; thirteen times in Acts; not again in the NT; (b) metaphorically of one who endures hardship in the cause of Christ, 2 Timothy 2:3
Month - It seems that there was also a secular calendar, which differed from the religious calendar by six months
Tiberius - " In Luke 3:1 John the Baptist's (six months senior to our Lord) ministry is set down in the 15th year of Tiberias' "principate" (hegemonia ). The Christian era fixed by Dionysius Exiguus in the sixth century places Christ's birth in the year 754
Hermon - That Hermon, rather than Tabor (on which there was then a fortified city), is the ‘high mountain’ referred to, seems clear from the fact that the conversation (Matthew 16:21-28) which preceded the Transfiguration by six days was closely connected with Peter’s confession; and this occurred at Caesarea Philippi (Matthew 16:13-18), which stood just at the base of Hermon by the springs of Jordan
Preacher: to Avoid a Lofty Style - We are afraid that all our reverence for antiquity did not prevent the full exercise of our risible faculties; sixpennyworth of mason's work with a chisel would have made the crystal stream available to all; but no, every one must bring a trough or go away unsupplied. The use of six-syllabled jawbreaking words is simply a most ludicrous vanity
Fur - There are nine in all, or, according to some writers, only six
Aachen, Germany, City of - Aix was a bishopric, suffragan of Mechlin 1801-1821; it still has a collegiate chapter, with provost and six canons, and is a deanery of the Archdiocese of Cologne
Aix-la-Chapelle - Aix was a bishopric, suffragan of Mechlin 1801-1821; it still has a collegiate chapter, with provost and six canons, and is a deanery of the Archdiocese of Cologne
Athanasius, Saint 2 May - As secretary to Bishop Alexander of Alexandria, he attended the Council of Nicea, 325, and upon Alexander's death, 328, succeeded as bishop; he spent seventeen of the forty-six years of his episcopate in exile and fought for the acceptance of the Nicene Creed
Apostolic Fathers - Besides the above there are six apocryphal 'Gospels,' a dozen 'Acts,' four 'Revelations,' the 'Passing away of Mary,' etc
Shem - He lived six hundred years, and died A
Camel - The characteristics are it has no horns it has six fore teeth in the under jaw the canine teeth are wide set, three in the upper and two in the lower jaw and there is a fissure in the upper lip
Oak - As many as six varieties of the oak are found in Palestine
Vest - To clothe with another form to convert into another substance or species of property as, to vest money in goods to vest money in land or houses to vest money in bank stock, or in six per cent stock to vest all one's property in the public funds
ha'Gar - On her return she gave birth to Ishmael, and Abraham was then eighty-six years old. When Ishmael was about sixteen years old, he was caught by Sarah making sport of her young son Isaac at the festival of his weaning, and Sarah demanded the expulsion of Hagar and her son
Jabesh-Gilead - After the battles at Gibeah, that tribe was almost extinguished, only six hundred men remaining
Rain - (Proverbs 16:1,5 ) For six months in the year, from May to October, no rain falls, the whole land becomes dry, parched and brown
Jephthah - He then settled down to the civilian rule that he had wanted, but after only six years rule he died (Judges 12:7)
Altar - THE ALTAR OF BURNT-OFFERINGS was a kind of coffer of shittim- wood covered with brass plates, about seven feet six inches square, and four feet six inches in height
Sama'Ria - This city is situated 30 miles north of Jerusalem and about six miles to the northwest of Shechem, in a wide basin-shaped valley, six miles in diameter, encircled with high hills, almost on the edge of the great plain which borders upon the Mediterranean
Mischna - Rabbi Judah on this occasion being rector of the school of Tiberias, and president of the sanhedrim in that place, undertook the work, and compiled it in six books, each consisting of several tracts, which altogether make up the number of sixty-three. in six vols, fol
Wall - The goal was to force a breach wide enough for the troops to enter into the city; “And Jehoash king of Israel took Amaziah king of Judah, the son of Jehoash the son of Ahaziah, at Beth-shemesh, and came to Jerusalem, and brake down the wall of Jerusalem from the gate of Ephraim unto the corner gate, four hundred cubits [1]” (2 Kings 14:13). ...
Chômâh also referred to any “wall,” whether around buildings or parts of the city such as the temple precincts: “And behold a wall on the outside of the house round about, and in the man’s hand a measuring reed of six cubits long by the cubit and a handbreadth: so he measured the breadth of the building, one reed; and the height, one reed” ( Cock - Here, the first watch was at even, and continued from six till nine; the second commenced at nine, and ended at twelve, or midnight; the third watch, called by the Romans gallicinium, lasted from twelve to three; and the morning watch closed at six
Jesus - The first six months of this final year were passed in Galilee, and the last six in other parts of the land
Slave - Exodus 21:2 provided that no Israelite bound to service could be forced to continue in it more than six years. If a married man became a bondman, his rights to his wife were respected, she going out with him after six years' service. ...
A Hebrew sold to a stranger sojourning in Israel did not go out after six years, but did at the year of Jubilee; meantime he might be freed by himself or a kinsman paying a ransom, the object of the law being to stir up friends to help the distressed relative
Poetry - See Rice: "Our sixty-six Sacred Books
Arad - One of six sons of Beriah the Benjamite (1 Chronicles 8:15-16 ) who was one of the major inhabitants of Aijalon
Lazarus - Lazarus was at the Passover celebration in Bethany six days later
Moravian Church - They practise infant baptism; and holy communion, which is celebrated about six times a year, is open to communicant members of other churches
Commandments, the Ten - The Greek and Reformed Churches refer four to the first and six to the second table
Josephus, Flavius - Josephus' Life focuses primarily upon the six-month period in which he was commander of Jewish forces in the Galilee and refutes the charge made by Justus of Tiberias that Josephus had organized the revolt in the Galilee
Olive - The trees grew to about six metres in height, and although their timber was of no use in building construction, it could be used to make furniture and ornamental articles (1 Kings 6:23; 1 Kings 6:31)
Rabbah - ...
...
A city in the hill country of Judah (Joshua 15:60 ), possibly the ruin Rubba, six miles north-east of Beit-Jibrin
Ar - Rabba is six hours S
Throne - " (17:18; 1 Kings 1:46 ; 2 Chronicles 7:18 ) The characteristic feature in the royal throne was its elevation: Solomon's throne was approached by six steps, (1 Kings 10:19 ; 2 Chronicles 9:18 ) and Jehovah's throne is described as "high and lifted up
Judah Territory of - An exception must be made of the fringe of the Dead Sea, where were six cities
Depth - The depth of a squadron or battalion, is the number of men in a file, which forms the extent from the front to the rear as a depth of three men or six men
Wedge - It is one of the six elementary machines called the mechanical powers
Zechariah - The book contains six specific references to Christ: 3:8; 6:12; 9:9; 11:12; 12:10; 13:7, representing him as a lowly servant, a priest and king building Jehovah's temple, the meek and peaceful but universal monarch, the shepherd betrayed for the price of a slave (thirty pieces of silver), the leader to repentance, and the Fellow of Jehovah smitten by Jehovah himself, at once the Redeemer and the Pattern of his flock
Unitas Fratrom - They practise infant baptism; and holy communion, which is celebrated about six times a year, is open to communicant members of other churches
Unity of Brethren - They practise infant baptism; and holy communion, which is celebrated about six times a year, is open to communicant members of other churches
Theories of Population - In his Essay on the Principle of Population (1798), and its six revised editions, Malthus held that population constantly tends to outstrip the means of livelihood, inasmuch as the human species increases in geometrical ratio as the Numbers 1,2, 4,8, 16, whereas subsistence can be increased only in arithmetical ratio, 1,2,3, 4,5
Beth'Lehem - The modern town of Beit-lahm lies to the east of the main road from Jerusalem to Hebron, six miles from the former
Psaltery - The ancient viol was a six-stringed guitar
Posthumianus, of Aquitania - Alexandria was then convulsed by the quarrel between the patriarch Theophilus and the monks about the writings of Origen, and Posthumianus went on by land to Bethlehem, where he spent six months with Jerome, whom he praises highly both for virtue and learning
Litany, the - " The Litany as now used is substantially the same asthat compiled by Gregory the Great at the end of the sixth century. An examinationof the Litany shows it to be divided into six divisions as follows:I
Refuge, Cities of - Ultimately there were six, but at first there appear to have been only three ( Deuteronomy 19:2 ; Deuteronomy 19:7 ). But when in post-exilic times the Jews covered a wider area, there would naturally be need for more cities; and so we find the number in Numbers and Joshua stated at six, and additions made to the text in Deuteronomy 4:41-43 ; Deuteronomy 19:3 to suggest that the number six had been contemplated from the beginning. These six cities were Kedesh, Shechem, and Hebron on the west, all well-known sanctuaries from early times, and Golan, Ramoth, and Bezer on the east
Creation - * It was then ordered in view of the creation of man; and the various things were arranged and formed in the six days as detailed in Genesis 1 , as they are now found in and on the earth. The other theory is that Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 1:2 refer to the formation of the earth as matter, or that Genesis 1:1 refers to the creation of the earth, and that Genesis 1:2 refers to its being disordered by some means, as in the above theory, but that the various beds were formed with the fossils found therein during the six days recorded in Genesis 1 ; and that the days were of any needed indefinite length. As to the correspondence in the order of created things it may be admitted that if the long periods come in between Genesis 1:1 and 2, the after order in the six days' creation is exactly the same — God working, in the same order on the large scale (ages), and on the smaller (six days' work)
bi'Ble - The Bible is the name given to the revelation of God to man contained in sixty-six books or pamphlets, bound together and forming one book and only one, for it has in reality one author and one purpose and plan, and is the development of one scheme of the redemption of man. These Testaments are further divided into sixty-six books, thirty-nine in the Old Testament and twenty-seven in the New. There are at least thirty-six different authors, who wrote in three continents, in many countries, in three languages, and from every possible human standpoint. Some Jewish scholars living at Tiberias, and at Sora by the Euphrates, from the sixth to the twelfth century, punctuated the Hebrew text, and wrote is the vowel points and other tone-marks to aid in the reading of the Hebrew; and these, together with notes of various kinds, they called Masora (tradition), hence the name Masoretic text. These forty-seven formed themselves into six companies, two of whom met at Westminster, two at Oxford and two at Cambridge
Incardination - If he does not dismiss them after a period of six years they are thereby incardinated
Ahab - The sixth king of Israel, succeeded his father Omri B. About six years later, Ben-hadad, king of Syria, invaded Israel with a great army, but was ignominiously defeated; and still more disastrously the year after, when Ahab took him captive, but soon released him, and thus incurred the displeasure of God
Dead Sea - The Jordan River empties an average of six million tons of water every twenty-four hours into the sea
David, King - At Hebron six sons were born to him, including Amnon, Absalom, and Adonias
Cardinal - Since the days of Pope Saint Pius V (1566-1572), there are in the Roman Church no more than six cardinal-bishops, 50 cardinal-priests, and 14 cardinal-deacons
Week - They who embrace this view support it by a reference to the six days' creation and the divine rest on the seventh
Test Act - 2, which directs all officers, civil and military, to take the oaths, and make the declaration against transubstantiation, in the Court of King's Bench or chancery, the next term, or at the next quarter sessions, or (by subsequent statutes) within six months after their admission; and also within the same time to receive the sacrament of the Lord's supper, according to the usage of the church of England, in some public church, immediately after divine service or sermon, and to deliver into court a certificate thereof, signed by the minister and church-warden: and also to prove the same by two credible witnesses, upon forfeiture of five hundred pounds, and disability to hold the said office
Eternity of the World - We have no credible history of transactions more remote than six thousand years from the present time; for as to the pretence that some nations have made to histories of greater antiquity, as the Egyptians, Chaldeans, Phaenicians, Chinese, &c
Fathers, the - ) The term "Fathers" is generally confined to the writersof the first five or six hundred years of the Christian Era
Fort, Fortification - These included casemate walls (that is, two parallel stone walls with dividing partitions connecting them) and huge six-chambered gates allowing easy entrance and exit for his chariots (a gate plan introduced much earlier by the Hyksos invaders, around 1700 B
Spies - After about six weeks' absence they returned
Hamor - ...
Stephen with elliptical brevity sums up from six chaps, of Old Testament in one sentence the double purchase (by Abraham from Ephron the Hittite, Genesis 23; and by Jacob from the children of Hamor), the double burial place (Abraham's cave of Machpelah and Jacob's ground near Shechem), and the double burial (of Jacob in the cave of Machpelah, and of Joseph in the ground at Shechem), just because the details were familiar to both himself and the Jewish council; not, as rationalism objects, because he was ignorant of or forgot the historical facts so notorious from the Old Testament
Jabesh (1) - It was six miles from Pella, on a mountain toward Gerasa
Cities of Refuge - But the six of refuge were bound to entertain the involuntary manslayer gratuitously
Courage - ]'>[1] ‘be of good cheer’; but a later form of the same verb occurs six times, and is tr
Deal - ) The division of a piece of timber made by sawing; a board or plank; particularly, a board or plank of fir or pine above seven inches in width, and exceeding six feet in length
Size - ) six
Barrel - It is four or five lines deep, and five or six wide, and covered with a fine membrane
Sela - The facade of the temple consisted of six columns, of which one is broken
Abigail - David and his six hundred men were camped near the town of Maon
Accent - ) A mark used to denote feet and inches; as, 6' 10' is six feet ten inches
Eton College - It was founded, 1440, by Henry VI, "to show like his ancestors his devotion to the Church," to be known as "the King's College of the Blessed Mary of Eton beside Windsor," and to consist of a provost, ten priests, four clerks, six chorister boys, twenty-five poor and needy scholars "to learn grammar," and twenty-five poor and disabled men "to pray for the souls of his father and mother and all his forefathers and all the faithful departed
Golden Candlesticks - Of the Jewish church we read of one candlestick of gold, with six branches, in the tabernacle, (Exodus 25:31-32) But here we read of seven candlesticks, and the Lord Jesus in the midst
Caritas, Martyr - In the same place, if we rightly understand de Rossi, was found AGAPE QVE VXIT ANNIS VGINTI ET SEX IN PACE—Agape, who lived twenty-six years in peace
Chrysologus, Petrus, Archbishop of Ravenna - His sermons are almost all on subjects from the gospels, usually the parables and miracles, commencing with a course of six on the prodigal son
Flesh - An eminent critic has enumerated no less than six different meanings which it bears in the sacred writings, and for which, he affirms, there will not be found a single authority in any profane writer:...
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Lodge - ) A family of North American Indians, or the persons who usually occupy an Indian lodge, - as a unit of enumeration, reckoned from four to six persons; as, the tribe consists of about two hundred lodges, that is, of about a thousand individuals
Bethlehem - A town in the "hill-country," about six miles south of Jerusalem, situated on a narrow ridge running eastward, which breaks down in abrupt terraced slopes to the deep valleys below
Gilead or Galeed - ...
Mount Gilead, in the strictest sense, was doubtless the mountain now called Jebel, Jelad or Jelud, mentioned by Burckhardt, the foot of which lies about two hours' distance, or six miles, south of the Wady Zerka, or Jabbok
Joshua - At the passage over Jordan he was eighty-four years of age; and after about twenty-six years employed in his appointed work, and then judging Israel at his at Timnath-serah, he died, B
Bahamas - The first time a Catholic priest visited the Bahamas was in 1845 when Father Duquesney sojourned six weeks at Nassau and conducted services in a private residence for a few Catholic Cubans and Haitians
Society of Saint Vincent de Paul - The society was founded in May 1833 in Paris, France by six students, the leading spirit of whom was Frederic Ozanam, and in a short time had spread throughout the world
Bethlehem - It was in the tribe of Judah, six miles south by west of Jerusalem, and probably received its appellation from the fertility of the circumjacent country
Month - ...
Twelve lunar months making but three hundred and fifty-four days and six hours, the Jewish year was short of the Roman by twelve days
Tarsus - The name of a celebrated city, the metropolis of Cilicia, in the southeastern part of Asia Minor; situated six miles from the Mediterranean, on the banks of the river Cydnus, which flowed through and divided it into two parts
Seal - They have six cutting teeth in the upper jaw, and four in the lower
Merom - On the north lies the plain of the Huleh, which is a dead level for a distance of six miles or more
Ephesus - Christ gives the church at Ephesus a high degree of praise, coupled with a solemn warning, Revelation 2:1-5 , which seems not to have prevented its final extinction, though it remained in existence six hundred years
ez'ra - This was effected in little more than six months after his arrival at Jerusalem
Josi'ah - He began in the eighth year of his reign to seek the Lord; and in his twelfth year, and for six years afterward, in a personal progress throughout all the land of Judah and Israel, he destroyed everywhere high places, groves, images and all outward signs and relics of idolatry
Day - Roughly, indeed, they were content to divide it into "morning, evening and noonday," ( Psalm 55:17 ) but when they wished for greater accuracy they pointed to six unequal parts, each of which was again subdivided
Jephthah - Whom God sets free, or the breaker through, a "mighty man of valour" who delivered Israel from the oppression of the Ammonites (Judges 11:1-33 ), and judged Israel six years (12:7)
Lucius (1) i - six decreta, addressed to the churches of Gaul and Spain, are assigned to Lucius by the Pseudo-Isidore, and three others by Gratian—all undoubtedly spurious
Paulinus of Perigueux - Vita Martini in six books, a poem, "de Visitatione Nepotuli Sui," and a short poem composed as a dedicatory inscription for the basilica of St
Athens - The city of Minerva, the chief city of Attica in Greece, situated on the Saronic Gulf, forty-six miles east of Corinth, and about five miles from the coast. It was of the Doric order of architecture, built of beautiful white marble, and was about one hundred feet wide, two hundred and twenty-six feet deep, and seventy feet high
Canon (1) - and particularly a reed made into an instrument, wherewith they measured their buildings, containing six cubits in length, Ezekiel 40:7 . The Romanists, in defense of this canon, say, that it is the same with that of the council of Hippo, held in 393; and with that of the third council of Carthage of 397, at which were present forty-six bishops, and among the rest St
Isaacus, Donatist Martyr - But the action of the waves, caused, according to the writer's belief, by divine interposition, tore away the sand, and after six days brought the two bodies together to shore, where they were received with welcome by their fellow-Christians on their way to the churches and received Christian burial, the malice of those who had sought to deprive them of it being thus gloriously defeated. Augustine compares such cases to that of Hagar, and elsewhere argues in favour of the duty of the state as the guardian of truth to repress heresy and insinuates that those guilty of this offence are punished not so much on account of religion as of treason or disloyalty; but we must bear in mind that (1) the proceedings here related took place six years before St
Wayfaring Men - We travel first six leagues along the sea coast; but when we leave this, it is about six leagues more to Rosetta, and from thence to the town there are high stone or bark pillars, in a line, according to which travellers direct their journey
Daniel - The book of Daniel is a mixture of history and prophecy: in the first six chapters is recorded a variety of events which occurred in the reigns of Nebuchadnezzar, Belshazzar, and Darius; and, in particular, the second chapter contains Nebuchadnezzar's prophetic dream concerning the four great successive monarchies, and the everlasting kingdom of the Messiah, which dream God enabled Daniel to interpret. In the last six chapters we have a series of prophecies, revealed at different times, extending from the days of Daniel to the general resurrection
Bezer - All the days his High Priest liveth no condemnation can fall upon him; and that is for ever!...
That the appointment of those cities (which were six in number), had an eye to Christ cannot be doubted, because a provision for the manslayer, if referring only to temporal things, might have been made in a much easier and more simple way. But when we see six cities expressly set apart for this one purpose only, and placed in certain situations convenient for the poor murderer to get most easily at; when we read so much as is said concerning it, and call to mind how much the Holy Ghost delighted in shadowing forth Christ, under the Old Testament Scripture, in type and figure; and when we observe, moreover, how very strikingly the things here marked down in the city of refuge point to the Lord Jesus Christ, we cannot hesitate to conclude, that it was thus, among a great variety of other ways, Christ was preached to the people. Into what sweet fellowship and communion doth Jesus bring all his people!...
It is a very blessed addition to this merciful design of the Lord, that he so graciously appointed the whole six cities of refuge to suit the different situations of the people, that if they were central in the place where the manslaughter was committed, or at the remote end of their town, at each extremity there were avenues leading to the one or other of the city of refuge
Slave - (Exodus 21:7 ) ...
The servitude of a Hebrew might be terminated in three ways: (1) by the satisfaction or the remission of all claims against him; (2) by the recurrence of the year of jubilee, (Leviticus 25:40 ) and (3) the expiration of six years from the time that his servitude commenced. (Leviticus 25:47-55 ) A Hebrew woman might enter into voluntary servitude on the score of poverty, and in this case she was entitled to her freedom after six years service, together with her usual gratuity at leaving, just as in the case of a man. she could not leave at the termination of six years, or in the year of jubilee, if her master was willing to fulfill the object for which he had purchased her. It will be seen that the whole tendency of the Bible legislation was to mitigate slavery, making it little than hired service, and to abolish it, as indeed it was practically abolished among the Jews six hundred years before Christ
Alexander, Bishop of Hierapolis Euphratensis - A meeting was held at Antioch early in 432, attended by Alexander, when six alternative articles were drawn up, one of which it was hoped Cyril would accept, and so afford a basis of reconciliation ( ib. Four more articles were added to the six, and the whole were despatched to Cyril. This act, of very doubtful legality, excited serious displeasure, and was appealed against by Alexander and six of his suffragans ( ib
Christian Church, General Convention - They publish six periodicals
Numbering of the People - ...
The census, so far as completed, showed that there were at least 1,300,000 fighting men in the kingdom, indicating at that time a population of about six or seven millions in all
Ceylon - six years later two new dioceses, Galle and Trincomalie, were erected from the Archdiocese of Colombo and the Diocese of Jaffna respectively
Lions - No fewer than at least six different words are used in the Old Testament for the lion
Balm - The balm was so scarce, the Jericho gardens yielding but six or seven gallons yearly, that it was worth twice its weight in silver
Ur - ...
Ur lies six miles distant from the present coarse of the Euphrates, and 125 from the sea; though it is thought it was anciently a maritime town, and that its present inland site is due to the accumulation of alluvium (?)
Dispensation - The state of supernatural or revealed theology may also be divided into six dispensations
Medes - Media was divided originally into six provinces, which in Greek and Roman times were reduced to two
Shewbread - 6), and fresh from the oven, was placed, in two piles of six loaves each, on a table of cedar-wood, in front of the entrance to ‘the most holy place,’ and the stale bread was eaten within the sacred precincts
Stones - long by six broad, and only three high ( Henry iv, Emperor - King of Germany in 1056 at age six; his mother reigned as empress until he came of age
Engedi - The spot where this transaction took place, was a cavern in the rock, sufficiently large to contain in its recesses the whole of David's men, six hundred in number, unperceived by Saul when he entered
Athaliah - But Jehosheba, the sister of Ahaziah, by the father's side only, was at this time married to Jehoiada, the high priest; and while Athaliah's executioners were murdering the rest, she conveyed Joash the son of Ahaziah away, and kept him and his nurse concealed in an apartment of the temple, during six years
Trumpet - At the dedication of the temple of Solomon six-score priests sounded as many trumpets, 2 Chronicles 5:12
Chariots of War - The Philistines, in the war carried on by them against Saul, had thirty thousand chariots and six thousand horsemen, 1 Samuel 13:5
Gad - The tribe of Gad came out of Egypt in number forty-five thousand six hundred and fifty
Cedar - Maundrell measured one of the largest size, and found it to be twelve yards and six inches in girt, and yet sound; and thirty-seven yards in the spread of its boughs
Samuel First And Second Books of - We cite this from Rice's Our sixty-six Sacred Books: The two books of Samuel were originally one in the Hebrew Bible
Gad - The tribe of Gad came out of Egypt in number forty-five thousand six hundred and fifty, Genesis 46:16 Numbers 1:24
Sri Lanka - six years later two new dioceses, Galle and Trincomalie, were erected from the Archdiocese of Colombo and the Diocese of Jaffna respectively
Tribe - A nation of savages a body of rude people united under one leader or government as the tribes of the six nations the Seneca tribe in America
Weigh - Avoirdupois a weigh of corn is forty bushels of barly or malt, six quarters
Jezreel - (Six Hebrew MSS, the LXX, and the Vulgate read 'sons' instead of 'father
Sardis - Ramsay, Sardis is alluded to in the Apocalypse, as are all the other six churches, as a centre of influence in its district. The letter addressed by the writer of the Apocalypse to Sardis, with which, as with the other six cities named there, he was obviously well acquainted, shows that the church at Sardis was practically dead. The bishop of Sardis was metropolitan of Lydia, and sixth in order of precedence of all the bishops subject to the patriarch of Constantinople
French Prophets - In the year 1688, five or six hundred Protestants of both sexes gave themselves out to be prophets, and inspired of the Holy Ghost. They were people of all ages and sexes without distinction, though the greatest part of them were boys and girls from six or seven to twenty-five years of age
Herod - Not less than six Herods exclusive of Archelaus are noted in Scripture:...
1. But fresh additions were constantly made in succeeding years, so that it was said that the temple was building forty and six years, John 2:20, the work continuing long after Herod's death
Zechariah, Book of - This message is found in the first six chapters of the Book of Zechariah. Vision six (Zechariah 5:1-4 ) involves a scroll flying through the air. ...
The last six chapters of the Book of Zechariah do not seem to have been composed at the same time as the first eight chapters. Vision six: God condemns stealing and lying (Zechariah 5:1-4 )
Weights And Measures - The Mesopotamian system was sexagesimal, based on sixes and sixties. So, for example, the Babylonian system used a talent of sixty minas, a mina of sixty shekels, and a shekel of twenty-four gerahs . Inscribed examples recovered by archaeologists average over six grams and may have been half of the heavy shekel mentioned above. According to the account of the sanctuary tax (Exodus 38:25-26 ), three thousand shekels were in a talent, probably sixty minas of fifty shekels each. The mina was probably fifty shekels (as the Canaanite system), though Ezekiel 45:12 calls for a mina of sixty shekels, and the early Greek translation reads, “fifty. Hin , an Egyptian liquid measure, which means “jar” was approximately a sixth of a bath. ...
Even figuring with the common cubit, Goliath's height was truly gigantic at six cubits and a span (1 Samuel 17:4 ), about nine and a half feet tall . ...
The handbreadth or palm is a sixth of a cubit, consisting of the breadth of the hand at the base of the four fingers. Larger than a cubit was the reed, probably consisting of six common cubits. The fathom ( Acts 27:28 ) was about six feet of water in depth. Josephus calculated this as six stadia or 1,237
Lambe, Alphonsus - Worked his remaining six years promoting the Legion of Mary in Colombia, Argentina, Ecuador, Uruguay and Brazil; reported to have established over 2,000 groups
Tiberias - The population of the city is now about six thousand, nearly the one-half being Jews
Japan - Christianity was proscribed, and in 1597 six missionaries and twenty converts were crucified
Joash - Joash was hidden by Jehosheba his aunt for six years, at the end of which time he was popularly proclaimed as the legitimate ruler of Judah in a move instigated by Jehoiada. He ruled for sixteen years during the early part of the eighth century B
Christian Year, the - EPIPHANY, the Manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles: Seasonvariable and may include six Sundays
Blank - ) A piece or division of a piece, without spots; as, the "double blank"; the "six blank
Timothy - ...
So close were Paul and Timothy that both names are listed as the authors of six of Paul's letters (2 Corinthians 1:1 ; Philippians 1:1 ; Colossians 1:1 ; 1 Thessalonians 1:1 ; 2 Thessalonians 1:1 ; Philippians 1:1 )
Nicolas - ’ The remaining six, we infer, were of Jewish birth, for ‘ proselyte ’ is the emphatic word ( Acts 6:5 )
Lutheran - The chief doctrines of Lutheranism, which are summarized in six "Confessions" are: ...
acceptance of the Apostles', Nicene, and Athanasian Creeds
the authority of the Scriptures as the rule of faith
justification by faith alone
"consubstantiation" or the real, corporeal presence of Christ in and with the substance of the bread and wine at the time of the celebration of the Lord's Supper
Following Luther's teaching on private judgment, their formularies are variously interpreted, and wide divergence is found, ranging from strict orthodoxy to the extremes of rationalism
Lutheranism - The chief doctrines of Lutheranism, which are summarized in six "Confessions" are: ...
acceptance of the Apostles', Nicene, and Athanasian Creeds
the authority of the Scriptures as the rule of faith
justification by faith alone
"consubstantiation" or the real, corporeal presence of Christ in and with the substance of the bread and wine at the time of the celebration of the Lord's Supper
Following Luther's teaching on private judgment, their formularies are variously interpreted, and wide divergence is found, ranging from strict orthodoxy to the extremes of rationalism
Disabilities And Deformities - ...
Congenital malformations were extra body parts such as six toes (2 Samuel 21:20 )
Predestination - The Greek word rendered "predestinate" is found only in these six passages, Acts 4:28 ; Romans 8:29,30 ; 1 Corinthians 2:7 ; Ephesians 1:5,11 ; and in all of them it has the same meaning
Anxiety - Jesus' command, "do not worry, " which occurs six times in the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 6:25-33 ), is coupled with admonitions to trust in the heavenly Father
Rain - As compared with Egypt, Palestine was a land of rain (Deuteronomy 11:10-11), but for six months no rain falls so that "rain in harvest" and "thunder" were marvelous phenomena, and out of time and place (Proverbs 26:1; 1 Samuel 12:16-18)
City - ...
Forty-eight cities were assigned to the Levites, of which 13 were for the family of Aaron, nine were in Judah, four were in Benjamin, and six were cities of refuge
One - We refer to one family though there may be six members in it
Joash - On the murder of his brethren by Athaliah, he was saved by his aunt Jehosheba, the wife of Jehoiada the high priest, who hid him for six years in one of the rooms of the temple
Foundation - ...
Hebrews 6:1 (a) The six experiences mentioned here represent the bedrock of Christian faith
Hesychius (27) Illustris, a Writer - His chief work was a Universal History in six books and in a synoptical form through a period of 1920 years, reaching from Belus, the reputed founder of the Assyrian empire, to the death of Anastasius I
Ishmael - There are six persons of this name mentioned in the Scriptures
Fan - The miḍrâ, which we accordingly identify with the ‘fan’ of Scripture, is a simple wooden fork about six feet long
Face - ” In other contexts, the word represents the “front side” of something: “And thou shalt couple five curtains by themselves, and six curtains by themselvesand shalt double the sixth curtain in the forefront of the tabernacle” ( Alfie Lambe - Worked his remaining six years promoting the Legion of Mary in Colombia, Argentina, Ecuador, Uruguay and Brazil; reported to have established over 2,000 groups
Abstinence - In the course of the third century, it extended at Rome to three weeks; and before the middle of the succeeding age, it was prolonged to six weeks, and began to be called quadragesima, or the forty days' fast
Bulrush - The stalk rises to the height of six or seven cubits, beside two under water
Church - Matthew the church is spoken of no less than thirty-six times as "the kingdom
Cherub - The cherubim are variously represented as living creatures, Genesis 3:24; Ezekiel 1:1-28; Revelation 4:1-11; or as images wrought in tapestry, gold, or wood, Exodus 36:35; Exodus 37:7; Ezekiel 41:25; as having one, two, or four faces, Revelation 4:1-116; Ezekiel 41:18; Ezekiel 10:14, as having two, four, or six wings, 1 Kings 6:27; Ezekiel 1:6; Revelation 4:8; in the simplest form, as in the golden figures above the ark of the covenant; or in the most complex and sublime form, as in Ezekiel's wonderful visions of the glory of God—discerning and ruling all things, and executing irresistibly and with the speed of thought all his wise and just decrees
Rome - Their usual height is from eight to ten feet, and their width from four to six feet, and they extend for miles, especially in the region of the Appian and Nomentane Ways
Zechariah - The book opens with a brief introduction; after which six chapters contain a series of visions, setting forth the fitness of that time for the promised restoration of Israel, the destruction of the enemies of God's people, the conversion of heathen nations, the advent of Messiah the Branch, the outpouring and blessed influences of the Holy Spirit, and the importance and safety of faithfully adhering to the service of their covenant God
Noah - He was the son of Lamech, and grandson of Methuselah lived six hundred years before the deluge, and three hundred and fifty after it, dying two years before Abram was born
Reductions of Paraguay - The treaty was rescinded, 1761, but six years later Charles III of Spain dealt the fatal blow to the Reductions when he signed the edict exiling the Jesuits from Spanish colonies in America
Joash or Jehoash - Being rescued by Jehoshebah his aunt, and secluded six years in the temple, he was raised to the throne when seven years of age through the faithful care of Jehoiada; and while this venerable man survived, Joash served God and prospered
Obadi'ah - ) ...
One of the six sons of Azel, a descendant of Saul
Gal'Ilee, Sea of - The Sea of Galilee is of an oval long and six broad
Dan'Iel, the Book of, - The next six chapters, 2-7, give a general view of the progressive history of the powers of the world, and of the principles of the divine government as seen in the events of the life of Daniel
Yea, Yes - ...
2: ἀλλά (Strong's #235 — Conjunction — alla — al-lah' ) "but," is translated "yea" in John 16:2 ; Romans 3:31 , AV (RV, "nay"); 1 Corinthians 4:3 ; 2 Corinthians 7:11 (six times); Galatians 4:17 , AV (RV, "nay"); Philippians 1:18 ; 2:17 ; 3:8 ; James 2:18
Haggai - ...
After sixteen years of inactivity, God raised up two prophets to arouse the people and get them working on the temple again. ...
Contents of the book...
Haggai’s short book consists of four messages, all delivered within six months
Probus, Sextus Anicius Petronius - six letters of Symmachus, who was his intimate friend ( Epp
Lamentations - One poem has sixty-six verses grouped in twenty-two sets of three
Talmud - It includes commentary on all six major divisions of the Mishnah, but deletes certain subsections. ...
The Babylonian Talmud also contains theoretical legal discussion as well as information on the daily life of Jewish people in the first six centuries, history, medicine, astronomy, commerce, agriculture, demonology, magic, botany, zoology, and other sciences
Diet - The Roman Catholics were, Julius Phlug, John Gropper, and John Eckius; the Protestants were, Philip Melancthon, Martin Bucer, and John Pistorius; but, after a whole month's consultation, they could agree upon no more than five or six articles; which the emperor consented the Protestants should retain, forbidding them to solicit any body to change the ancient religion. Against this decree six Lutheran princes, viz
Passover - The following is what God ordained concerning the passover: the month of the coming out of Egypt was after this to be the first month of the sacred or ecclesiastical year; and the fourteenth day of this month, between the two evenings, that is, between the sun's decline and its setting, or rather, according to our reckoning, between three o'clock in the afternoon and six in the evening, at the equinox, they were to kill the paschal lamb, and to abstain from leavened bread. The day following, being the fifteenth, reckoned from six o'clock of the preceding evening, was the grand feast of the passover, which continued seven days; but only the first and seventh days were peculiarly solemn
Sabbath - Further, before the Sinaitic law was given the sabbath law is recognized in the double manna promised on the sixth day, that none might be gathered on the sabbath (Exodus 16:5; Exodus 16:23). ...
The meaning therefore of Genesis 2:3 is, God having divided His creative work into six portions sanctified the seventh as that on which He rested from His creative work. After six periods of creative activity, answering to our literal days analogously, God entered on that sabbath in which His work is preservation and redemption, no longer creation. His work did not cease at the close of the six days, nor has it ceased ever since (John 5:17; Isaiah 40:28; Psalms 95:4-5). God orders "six days shalt thou labour," as well as "remember the sabbath" (Exodus 20:8-11). A lawful Sabbath day's journey (Acts 1:12) was reckoned from the distance between the ark and the tents, judged by that between the ark and the people in Joshua 3:4, to repair to the ark on the Sabbath being a duty; namely, 2,000 paces, or about six furlongs, reckoned not from each man's house but from the wall of the city
Sabbath - It seems abundantly sufficient that there be six days of labour and one of religious rest, which there will be upon the Christian and the Jewish scheme. That day seems to be considered by too many as set apart, by divine and human authority, for the purpose not for rest, but of its direct opposite, the labour of travelling, thus adding one day more of torment to those generous but wretched animals whose services they hire; and who, being generally strained beyond their strength the other six days of the week, have, of all creatures under heaven, the best and most equitable claim to suspension of labour on the seventh. of Times and Places; Orton's six Discourses on the Lord's Day; Kennicott's Ser
Chapters - Paul's and the Catholic Epistles, according to the Alexandrine ritual, which Euthalius follows in his stichometrical edition, namely, into fifty-six pericopes; three more than the number of κυριακαι ημεραι , Sundays, probably for three festivals, which might be observed at Christmas, Easter, and Whitsuntide. Since then the whole New Testament was distributed into so few sections, these must necessarily have been great, and a pericope in Euthalius sometimes includes in it four, five, and even six chapters. Matthew has three hundred and fifty-five of these, Mark two hundred and thirty-six, Luke three hundred and forty-two, and John two hundred and thirty-two. Of these, Matthew contains sixty-eight, Mark forty- nine, Luke eighty-three, and John only eighteen
Nebuchadnezzar - These gardens occupied but a small portion of the prodigious area of the palace, the wall inclosing the whole being six miles in circumference. The ruins of the hanging gardens are believed to be found in the vast irregular mound called Kasr, on the East Side of the Euphrates, eight hundred yards by six hundred at its base. It consisted of six distinct terraces, each twenty feet high, and forty-two feet less horizontally than the one below it
Mithraism - Members of the six lower degrees addressed one another as "brother," regardless of social distinction
Oxford Catholic Worker's College - There are usually six or seven men in residence; since 1923 two or three women students, members of the college, are accommodated in the private residence of a lady in Oxford
Liguorians - Prior to 1848 six houses had been founded in Austria; the congregation had been introduced into Belgium, where four houses were opened; and it had established itself at Wittem, Holland, 1836
Arabia Felix - Ishmael, Genesis 25:13-15 , and the six sons of Abraham by Keturah, Genesis 25:2 , together with the seed of Esau and of Lot, occupied the parts of Arabia nearer Judea
Machpelah - On the floor of the mosque are erected six large cenotaphs as monuments to the dead who are buried in the cave beneath
Gad - We find no less than forty-five thousand six hundred and fifty, came out of Egypt, (Numbers 2:15) "men both of might, and men of war, fit for the battle, that could handle shield and buckler; whose faces were like the faces of lions, and were as swift as the roes upon the mountains
Eternal - ...
2: αἰώνιος (Strong's #166 — Adjective — aionios — ahee-o'-nee-os ) "describes duration, either undefined but not endless, as in Romans 16:25 ; 2 Timothy 1:9 ; Titus 1:2 ; or undefined because endless as in Romans 16:26 , and the other sixty-six places in the NT
Merodach Baladan - , lasting six months and followed by Belibus in 702 B
Darkness - ) The darkness over all the land (Juaea) from the sixth to the ninth hour during Christ's crucifixion (Matthew 27:45) cannot have been an eclipse, for it would not last three hours, seldom intensely more than six minutes
Cophti - By a custom of six hundred years standing, if a priest elected bishop be not already archimandrite, that dignity must be conferred on him before episcopal ordination
Rome - The catacombs , "subterranean galleries" (whether sand pits or excavations originally is uncertain), from eight to ten feet, high, and four to six wide extending for miles, near the Appian and Nomentane ways, were used by the early Christians as places of refuge, worship, and burial
Reed - We read of Ezekiel's reed, Ezekiel 40:3 which was six cubits and three inches; that is, about three yards and a little more of our English measure
Septuagint, the - Its name has arisen from the tradition that the translation was made by seventy Jews (or seventy-two, six out of each of the twelve tribes); but this is considered improbable
Band, Army - The individuals in the household of Izrahiah, the descendant of Issachar, formed a military unit, “and with them by their generations, after the house of their fathers, were bands of soldiers for war, six and thirty thousand men …” ( Die - ) A small cube, marked on its faces with spots from one to six, and used in playing games by being shaken in a box and thrown from it
Zechariah - Son of Jeroboam II, who reigned over Israel for six months in the year 746 B
Face - Thus, a cube or die has six faces an octahedron has eight faces
Reign - That the word can also be used of what a queen does when she “reigns” proves that it refers to the function of anyone in the office of king: “And he was with her hid in the house of the Lord six years
Deacon - " And the saying pleased the whole multitude; and they (the multitude) chose Stephen, and six others, whom they set before the Apostles, &c
Daniel (2) - The next six chapters, 2-7, give a general view of the progressive history of the powers of the world, and of the principles of the divine government as seen in the events of the lire of Daniel
Leviathan - ...
The crocodile is a native of the Nile, and other Asiatis and African rivers; in some instances even thirty feet in length; of enormous voracity and strength, as well as fleetness in swimming; attacks mankind and the largest animals, with most daring impetuosity; when taken by means of a powerful net, will often overturn the boats that surround it; has proportionally the largest mouth of all monsters whatever; moves both its jaws alike, the upper of which has not less than thirty-six, and the lower thirty sharp, but strong and massy teeth; and is furnished with a coat of mail so scaly and callous as to resist the force of a musket-ball in every part, except under the belly
Daniel, Book of - The first six chapters are chiefly historical, and the remainder prophetical
Redemptorists - Prior to 1848 six houses had been founded in Austria; the congregation had been introduced into Belgium, where four houses were opened; and it had established itself at Wittem, Holland, 1836
Test - ...
In England, an oath and declaration against transubstantiation, which all officers, and military, are obliged to take within six months after their admission
Jeph'Thah - He judged Israel six years, and died
Ishmael - He was born at Mamre, when Abraham was eighty-six years of age, eleven years after his arrival in Canaan (16:3; 21:5)
Possession (2) - But in John 2:6 where he gives an account of the miracle at the marriage feast in Cana of Galilee, he tells of ‘six water-pots of stone’ (λίθιναι ὑδρίαι), which were clearly ‘pots’ of a very different kind—too large to use at table, or to be portable in the ordinary way
Archaeology, Christian - ) erected during the first six centuries of the Christian era. ...
Samuel Cheetham (1827-1908) An English divine of the Established Church, wrote a history of the Christian Church during the first six centuries, and other similar books, but is best known for his Dictionary of Christian Antiquities, of which he was co-editor with Sir William Smith
Christian Archaeology - ) erected during the first six centuries of the Christian era. ...
Samuel Cheetham (1827-1908) An English divine of the Established Church, wrote a history of the Christian Church during the first six centuries, and other similar books, but is best known for his Dictionary of Christian Antiquities, of which he was co-editor with Sir William Smith
Candlestick - 12 in all; on each of the six branches three bowls, three knops, and three flowers, i. 54 on the six, and adding the 12 of the shaft, 66 in all
Tabor, Mount - —A notable landmark, of rare beauty and symmetry, six miles east of Nazareth, on the north-east arm of the plain of Esdraelon. Of the six days which followed the prophetic declaration of Jesus concerning His approaching sufferings and death, there is no record, but it is in keeping with the entire narrative to assume that they were spent in retirement and prayer
Charge - A charge of lead, is thirty-six pigs, each containing six stone, wanting two pounds
Nile - six feet higher than this is devastation; six feet lower is destitution
Shemaiah - Head of one of the six Levitical families under David (1Chronicles 15:8,1 Chronicles 15:11 )
Hosanna - It occurs six times in the Gospels (all in the connexion above noted)
Leprosy - There were reckoned six different circumstances under which it might develop itself, (1) without any apparent cause (Leviticus 13:2-8 ); (2) its reappearance (9-17); (3) from an inflammation (18-28); (4) on the head or chin (29-37); (5) in white polished spots (38,39); (6) at the back or in the front of the head (40-44)
Priest - ...
"The priests were not distributed over the country, but lived together in certain cities Mysteries - The greatest theologian does not understand the mysteries of faith any more than a child of six
Louisiana - After a journey of six months they reached New Orleans in August, 1727, and founded their convent, the oldest in the United States
Proselyte - In the time of Solomon there were one hundred and fifty-three thousand six hundred strangers in the land of Israel (1 Chronicles 22:2 ; 2 Chronicles 2:17,18 )
Jeduthun - " His sons were six of them prophesiers with the harp, and two of them, Obed Edom and Hosah, gatekeepers
Caterpillar - ...
Arbeh is the mature, swarming locust— schistocera gregaria —which grows to six centimeters in length
Gibeon - six and a half miles from Jerusalem; allotted to the priests (Joshua 21:17)
Gentiles - In Joshua 12:23 we read, "the king of the nations (the gentile foreigners) of Gilgal," the modern Moslem village Jiljule, six Roman miles N
Simeon - He entered Egypt with Jacob, taking his six sons with him
Caves - At Engedi, in particular, there was a cave so large, that David, with six hundred men, hid themselves in the sides of it, and Saul entered the mouth of the cave without perceiving that any one was there, 1 Samuel 24
Galatia - The Celtic language continued to be spoken by their descendants at least until the time of Jerome, six hundred years after the migration; and these Gauls of Asia also retained much of the mercurial and impulsive disposition of the Gallic race
Secularization - These disabilities affect also all those who took temporary vows, or an oath of perseverance, or have made certain promises according to their constitutions and have been dispensed from them if they have been bound by these various bonds lor a period of six years
Rousseau, Jean Jacques - de Warens's home, "Les Charmettes," where he stayed about six years
Babel - Its ruins are supposed to be the present Birs Nimroud, six miles south-west of Hilleh, the modern Babylon: an immense mound of coarse sun-dried bricks, laid with bitumen
Jacob - On his solitary journey of six hundred miles into Mesopotamia, and during the toils and injuries of this twenty years' service with Laban, God still prospered him, and on his return to the land of promise inclined the hostile spirits of Laban and of Esau to peace
Ward - There are twenty six wards in London
an'Tioch - ...
IN PISIDIA , (Acts 13:14 ; 14:19,21 ; 2 Timothy 3:11 ) on the borders of Phrygia, corresponds to Yalobatch , which is distant from Aksher six hours over the mountains
Army - --The Roman army was divided into legions, the number of which varied considerably (from 3000 to 6000), each under six tribuni ("chief captains,") (Acts 21:31 ) who commanded by turns
Majorianus, Julius Valerius - 1, 457, at Columellae, six miles from Ravenna. The sixth law, intended to encourage marriage, forbade nuns to take the veil before the age of forty
Jehoash - After six years the high priest led a successful revolution that saw Athaliah killed, Baalism removed, and the child Joash placed on the Davidic throne (835 BC; 2 Kings 11)
Marius Mercator, a Writer - Whether these two works exist or not is doubtful, but a treatise called Hypognosticon , or Hypermesticon , in six books, included in vol. Five of the books treat of Pelagianism, and the sixth of Predestination
Consecration - When he approached near the rail of the communion table, he bowed towards it five or six times; and, returning, went round the church, with his attendants in procession; saying first the hundredth and then the nineteenth Psalm, as prescribed in the Roman Pontifical. After this came the sermon, then the sacrament, which the bishop consecrated and administered in the following manner:...
As he approached the altar, he made five or six low bows; and coming up to the side of it, where the bread and wine were covered, he bowed seven times
Armour - ‘The six pieces of armour are always mentioned in the same order, in which they would naturally be put on, except that we should expect the helmet to be donned before the shield was taken on the arm’ (Leaf’s Homer, i. The complete equipment consists of six pieces, defensive and offensive-the girdle of truth, the breastplate of righteousness, the sandals of readiness to carry good tidings, the shield of faith, the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit
Hour - But the time of reckoning always began at six in the morning; and the seventh was the first hour. Hence when we read, (Acts 3:1) that Peter and John went up together into the temple at the hour of prayer, being the ninth hour, that was three in what we call the afternoon; and, consequently, the twelfth hour was six in the evening. The Evangelists are all particular to remark, that there was darkness over all the earth, from the sixth hour (twelve at noon) until the ninth hour, (three in the afternoon
Sabbath - The first scriptural notice of it, though it is not mentioned by name, is to be found in ( Genesis 2:3 ) at the close of the record of the six-days creation. Time then to man as the model after which presented a perfect whole it is most important to remember that the Fourth Commandment is not limited to a mere enactment respecting one day, but prescribes the due distribution of a week, and enforces the six days' work as much as the seventh day's rest. "Six days shalt thou labor, and do all thy work;" for so only could the sabbatic rest be fairly earned
Magi - ...
Herodotus tells us that the Magi formed one of six tribes or castes of the Medes. Since another of the six is expressly named as ‘Aryan,’ it seems to follow that the other five did not belong to the conquering race; and the Magi would accordingly be an aboriginal sacred caste, like the Brahmans in India. The ‘Wise Lord,’ Ahura Mazda (later Ormazd ), reigned alone without equal or second; but Zoroaster surrounded Him with personified attributes, six in number, called Amesha Spenta ( Amshaspands ), ‘Immortal Holy Ones,’ who were the archangels of the heavenly court
Bethlehem - Bethlehem (called in the New Testament Bethlehem Ephrata and Bethlehem of Judea, to distinguish it from Bethlehem of Zabulon) is situated on a rising ground, about two hours' distance, or not quite six miles from Jerusalem. The church is built in the form of a cross; the nave being adorned with forty-eight Corinthian columns in four rows, each column being two feet six inches in diameter, and eighteen feet high, including the base and the capital. Here is an altar dedicated to the wise men of the east, at the foot of which is a marble star, corresponding, as the monks say, to the point of the heavens where the miraculous meteor became stationary, and directly over the spot where the Saviour was born in the subterranean church below! A flight of fifteen steps, and a long narrow passage, conduct to the sacred crypt or grotto of the nativity, which is thirty-seven feet six inches long, by eleven feet three inches in breadth, and nine feet high. Bethlehem is six miles from Jerusalem
Leo Xiii, Pope - six years later the erroneous tendencies of "Americanism" evinced by the Catholic clergy were condemned in an Apostolic letter
Lamentations, Book of - The third has sixty-six verses, in which each three successive verses begin with the same letter
Hebrew Language - ...
The Hebrew of the Old Testament has only about six thousand words, all derived from about five hundred roots
Ethiopia - , Napata was abandoned and the capital moved further south to Meroe, where the kingdom continued for another six hundred years
Samaritan Pentateuch - Archbishop Usher was the first, or at least among the first, who procured it out of the East, to the number of five or six copies
Dead Sea - The Jordan alone discharges into it no less than six million tons of water every twenty-four hours
Mediterranean Sea, the - The Mediterranean Sea is an inland ocean extending about 2,200 miles from Gibraltar to the Lebanon coast and varies in width from one hundred to six hundred miles
Well - deep, seven feet six inches in diameter, and lined with rough masonry; a pitcher unbroken at the bottom evidenced that there was water at some seasons, otherwise the fall would have broken the pitcher
Millennium - These six days ( i
School - Simon ben Shetah, the leader of the Pharisees, founded schools for boys of sixteen and seventeen to promote the study of the Scriptures. Boys entered at the age of six or seven and continued until thirteen
City - In the kingdom of Og in Bashan there were sixty "great cities with walls," and twenty-three cities in Gilead partly rebuilt by the tribes on the east of Jordan (Numbers 21:21,32,33,35 ; 32:1-3,34-42 ; Deuteronomy 3:4,5,14 ; 1 Kings 4:13 ). There were six cities of refuge, three on each side of Jordan, namely, Kadesh, Shechem, Hebron, on the west of Jordan; and on the east, Bezer, Ramoth-gilead, and Golan
Frame - ) In games: (a) In pool, the triangular form used in setting up the balls; also, the balls as set up, or the round of playing required to pocket them all; as, to play six frames in a game of 50 points
Gain - Money at interest may gain five, six, or seven per cent
Constantius i, Flavius Valerius, Emperor - Each being obliged to repudiate his wife and marry the daughter of his adopted father, Constantius separated from Helena, the daughter of an innkeeper, who was not his legal wife but was mother of Constantine the Great, and married Theodore, stepdaughter of Maximian, by whom he had six children
Stranger - At a latter period, namely, in the reigns of David and Solomon, they were compelled to labour on the religious edifices which were erected by those princes; as we may learn from such passages as these: "And Solomon numbered all the strangers that were in the land of Israel, after the numbering wherewith David his father had numbered them; and they were found a hundred and fifty thousand and three thousand and six hundred; and he set three score and ten thousand of them to be bearers of burdens," &c, 1 Chronicles 22:2 ; 2 Chronicles 2:1 ; 2 Chronicles 2:16-17
Range - To this may be added the ricochet, the rolling or bounding shot, with the piece elevated from three to six degrees
Rate - The proportion or standard by which quantity or value is adjusted as silver valued at the rate of six shillings and eight pence the ounce. Ships of the first rate mount a hundred guns or upwards those of the second rate carry from 90 to 98 guns those of the third rate carry from 64 to 80 guns those of the fourth rate from 50 to 60 guns those of the fifth rate from 32 to 44 guns those of the sixth rate from 20 to 30 guns
Manna - The whole harvest, which amounts to only five or six hundred pounds, is consumed by the Bedouins, "who," says Schaff consider it the greatest dainty their country affords
Surpliced Choir - ' A little earlier the Vestry requested the Rectorto entertain, at their expense, six of the boys on Sunday as 'anincitement for their better performance of the service'; and in1807 the organist was requested to have at least twelve choir boys. This is not to be wondered at, for it is found byactual experience that the surpliced choir of men and boys,numbering from twenty to sixty voices according to the size ofthe parish, is better suited to render the Church's music, morein keeping with the Church's devotions and more inspiring andhelpful to the congregation
Agriculture - The year in Palestine was divided into six agricultural periods: ...
SOWING TIME - Tisri, latter half (beginning about the autumnal equinox.
The six months from the middle of Tisri to the middle of Nisan were occupied with the work of cultivation, and the rest of the year mainly with the gathering in of the fruits
Ebal - There is still a rocky amphitheatrical recess on the side of Ebal, and a corresponding one of the same dimensions on the side of Gerizim; probably formed for the accommodation of the people, when all Israel, their elders, officers, and judges, stood: half of them, the six blessing tribes, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Issachar, Joseph, and Benjamin (sprung from Jacob's proper wives), over against Gerizim; and half, the six cursing tribes (four sprung from Zilpah and Bilhah, and Reuben the incestuous oldest and Zebulun the youngest) over against Ebal: with the ark and the priests and Levites in the center between the two mountains
Amos - ) Of Tekoah, in Judah, six miles S. The first six chapters are without figure; the last three symbolical, with the explanation subjoined
Jacob - Kennicott suggested that Jacob served 14 years for his wives, then during 20 years he took care of Laban's cattle as a friend, then during six years he served for wages (Genesis 31:38; Genesis 31:41). ...
"One (zeh ) 20 years I was with thee (tending thy flocks, but not in thy house); another (zeh ) 20 years I was for myself in thy house, serving thee 14 years for thy two daughters, and six years for thy cattle. " The ordinary view that he was only 20 years old in Padan Aram would make him 77 years old in going there; and as Joseph, the second youngest, was born at the end of the first 14 years, the 11 children born before Benjamin would be all born within six or seven years, Leah's six, Rachel's one, Bilhah's two, and Zilpah's two. But in the view of Kennicott and Speaker's Commentary Jacob went to Laban at 57; in the first 14 years had sons, Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah by Leah; Dan and Naphtali by Bilhah; in the 20 years (Genesis 35:38) next had Gad and Asher by Zilpah, Issachar and Zebulun by Leah, lastly Dinah by Leah and Joseph by Rachel; then six years' service for cattle, then flees from Padan Aram where he had been 40 years, at 97. This dream was at the beginning of the six years. " God's command to Jacob to return was in a dream at the close of the six years (Genesis 31:11-13; in 12 translated leaped for "leap," and were for "are"
Sabbath - The seventh day was hallowed at the close of the creation; its sanctity was afterward marked by the withholding of the manna on that day, and the provision of a double supply on the sixth, and that previous to the giving of the law from Sinai: it was then made a part of that great epitome of religious and moral duty, which God wrote with his own finger on tables of stone; it was a part of the public political law of the only people to whom almighty God ever made himself a political Head and Ruler; its observance is connected throughout the prophetic age with the highest promises, its violations with the severest maledictions; it was among the Jews in our Lord's time a day of solemn religious assembling, and was so observed by him; when changed to the first day of the week, it was the day on which the first Christians assembled; it was called, by way of eminence, "the Lord's day;" and we have inspired authority to say, that both under the Old and New Testament dispensations, it is used as an expressive type of the heavenly and eternal rest. The same portion of time which constituted the seventh day from the creation could not be observed in all parts of the earth; and it is not probable, therefore, that the original law expresses more, than that a seventh day, or one day in seven, the seventh day after six days of labour, should be thus appropriated, from whatever point the enumeration might set out, or the hebdomadal cycle begin. six days shalt thou labour, and do all thy work; but the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord thy God. For in six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that in them is, and rested the seventh day; wherefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath day, and hallowed it. " With respect to time, it is here mentioned in the same indefinite manner as at its primeval institution, nothing more being expressly required than to observe a day of sacred rest after every six days of labour. The precept is not, Remember the seventh day of the week, to keep it holy, but, "Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy;" and in the following explication of these expressions, it is not said that the seventh day of the week is the Sabbath, but without restriction, "The seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord thy God;" not the seventh according to any particular method of computing the septenary cycle, but, in reference to the six before mentioned, every seventh day in rotation after six of labour. ...
Thus that part of the Jewish law, the decalogue, which, on the authority of the New Testament, we have shown to be obligatory upon Christians, leaves the computation of the hebdomadal cycle undetermined; and, after six days of labour, enjoins the seventh as the Sabbath, to which the Christian practice as exactly conforms as the Jewish
Lazarists - They reached Portugal in 1718, and at the time of the Revolution of 1834 there were six establishments in the country
Transfiguration - The note of time (‘six days after’ ta'Bor - It lies about six or eight miles almost due east from Nazareth
Judah, Tribe of - It contained only six cities
Comfort - " The final twenty-six chapters of Isaiah are often called "the volume of comfort" with its promise of present comfort and the future promise of the suffering servant who comes to give hope, help, and release—"to comfort all who mourn" (61:3)
Close - ) To end, terminate, or come to a period; as, the debate closed at six o'clock
Ephod - On top of each of the shoulders the ephod was fastened by two onyx clasps on which were engraved the names of six of the twelve tribes
Die - A small cube, marked on its faces with numbers from one to six, used in gaming, by being thrown from a box
Jephthah, Jephthae - Jephthah judged Israel six years
Sabbath - The first time the Sabbath is specifically mentioned in scripture is in Exodus 16:23 , after the manna had been given from heaven; but the Sabbath clearly had its origin in the sanctification and blessing of the seventh day after the six days of creative work
Bishop - By the canons of the Protestant Episcopal church in the United States, no diocese or state shall proceed to the election of a bishop, unless there are at least six officiating presbyters residing therein, who shall be qualified, according to the canons, to vote for a bishop a majority of whom at least must concur in the election
Canaanites - '" six different tribes are mentioned in Exodus 3:8,17 ; 23:23 ; 33:2 ; 34:11
Isaacus i, Catholicos of the Church of Greater Armenia, Saint - He died at the age of 110 years, being the last Armenian patriarch of the family of Gregory the Illuminator; he was followed to the grave in six months by his friend Mesrob
Ear - So again, Isaiah 1:5 "The Lord God hath opened mine ear, and I was not rebellious," In the Jewish church, it was the custom, and among the appointments of the Lord himself, when a servant, after six years' service, being freed by the law, so loved his master, that he would not leave him, he was to have his ear bored with an awl unto the door post, as a token of a free and voluntary service; and then to serve for ever
Hagar - Abram was eighty-six years old when Hagar bare Ishmael
Accad - At the distance of about six miles from the modern town of Bagdad, is found a mound, surmounted by a tower-shaped ruin, called by the Arabs Tell Nimrood, and by the Turks Nemrood Tepasse; both terms implying the Hill of Nimrod
Cameronists - This occasioned his being insulted by a private person in the streets, and severely beaten: and this treatment so much affected him, that he soon after died, in 1625, at the early age of forty-six years
Lamentations of Jeremiah - The third chapter, consisting of sixty- six verses, has three verses together beginning with the same letter, the following three with the next letter, &c
Choice, Choose, Chosen - " In the six other places where this word is found it is translated "election
Sycamore or Sycamine - " ...
The sycamore has a very large trunk, which breaks up onto five or six stout branches not many feet above the ground; it is planted by the roadside, and often where two ways meet; and sends its enormous roots deeply into the ground in every direction, so that few trees can compare with it in steadfast firmness
Vincentians - They reached Portugal in 1718, and at the time of the Revolution of 1834 there were six establishments in the country
Euphrates - sixty-two miles below the mouth of the Kerkhah, another large river, the Kuran, comes in from the east. The river does not appear to be of very great breadth, varying, however, from sixty to six hundred yards
Behemoth - The armament of teeth is its mouth is truly formidable; more particularly the tusks of the lower jaw, which are of a curved form, somewhat cylindrical; these are so strong and hard that they will strike fire with steel, are sometimes more that two feet in length, and weigh upwards of six pounds each
ta'Bor - It lies about six or eight miles almost due east from Nazareth
Zechariah, the Book of - He insisted on the great dissimilarity of style as well as subject between the earlier and later chapters and he was the first who advocated the theory that the last six chapters of Zechariah are the work of two distinct prophets
Joram, Jehoram - He put to death his six brothers, and established Baal worship at Jerusalem
Power Powers - Six Greek expressions are thus translated in the EV_
Amen - ...
Jesus introduces his teaching by saying amen lego humin [1], that is, "truly I say to you, " on nearly seventy occasions in the Gospels (thirty times in Matthew, thirteen in Mark, six in Luke, and twenty in John, where the amen is always doubled). So in Matthew 5 Jesus comments on the Old Testament or Jewish interpretations of it six times in the chapter, saying, "You have heard that it was said , but I tell you
Baptism of the Holy Spirit - six of these passages refer to John the Baptist's teaching, contrasting his baptism in water with Jesus' future baptism in the Holy Spirit. ...
It is clear that all six of these references to the baptism of the Holy Spirit have Pentecost-like experiences primarily in view
Sepulchre - From this room you pass into, I think, six more, one within another, all of the same fabric with the first. Of these the two innermost are deeper than the rest, having a second descent of about six or seven steps into them
Minister Ministry - In discussing these two terms we have to consider six groups of Greek words which occur in the Bible in connexion with ministering or serving. ’ These six groups are-διάκονος, διακονία, διακονεῖν; δοῦλος, δουλεία, δουλεύειν; ὑπηρέτης, [1], ὑπηρετεῖν; [2], λατρεία, λατρεύειν; λειτουργός, λειτουργία, λειτουργεῖν; θεράπων, θεραπεία, θεραπεύειν. ...
The fact that we have no less than six sets of words to express the idea of ‘minister’ and ‘ministry’ is strong evidence that there was as yet no regular organization of ministers with distinct titles indicating specific duties. The same person, from somewhat different points of view, might bear four or five of the six names; and even from the same point of view might bear more than one of them
the Man Who Had Not on a Wedding Arment - Then what else than that command would you think about all the intervening six days and six nights? I feel sure you would think about nothing else. Now what are you intending to do all this week with a view to the Lord's Supper? With whom do you intend to take counsel? Do you know, in all your circle of acquaintances, any one you feel sure is at home in such matters? What books will you read this week, and what books will you judge it impertinent, and unseasonable, and unbecoming, to read this week? How do you intend to lay out your nights especially? In short, what steps do you intend to take to secure and guard yourself against some awful slip or oversight when you are ushered into the King's presence? Have you any plan? Have you any programme? six days and six nights look a long time in which to prepare
Solomon - He employed in this great work seventy thousand proselytes, descendants of the ancient Canaanites, in carrying burdens, fourscore thousand in cutting stones out of the quarries, and three thousand six hundred overseers of the works; besides thirty thousand Israelites in the quarries of Libanus. His annual revenues were six hundred and sixty-six talents of gold, without reckoning tributes from kings and nations, or paid by Israelites, or sums received for customs
Hypocrisy - ...
six times New Testament writers stress that sincerity (without hypocrisy, anupokritos) should characterize the Christian
Seraphim - The prophet furnishes no elaborate description of the form of these beings, and apparently assumes that his readers will be able to fill in what he omits; but he does make clear that they are six-winged creatures
Zechariah - ...
ZECHARIAH , king of Israel, was the last member of the house of Jehu to come to the throne, and he occupied it only six months
Levite - six of the Levitical cities were set apart as "cities of refuge" (q
Megiddo - ...
Thus the whole of Sisera's flight was only five or six miles from the scene of his defeat, to the plain Zaanaim (Bitzaanaim, now Bessum) between Tabor and Kedesh of Naphtali by the sea of Galilee (Conder, in Palestine Exploration Quarterly Statement, January 1877, p
Tabor - however a narrow ridge connects it with the hills of Nazareth, which lies six or eight miles off due W
Hiram - " Hiram gave Solomon for the temple cedars and firs, and gold, six score talents, according to all his desire, and Solomon in return gave Hiram 20,000 measures of wheat and 26 measures of pure oil yearly; the mercantile coast cities being dependent on the grain and olive abounding region of Palestine (Acts 12:20 end)
Jericho - ...
The capture of the city was altogether of God, after it had been compassed six days by the people, accompanied by the ark and the priests blowing the trumpets: in that way they proclaimed the rights of the Lord of all the earth to the land, while Jericho was the fortress of the enemy
Sin Offering - ...
A tabernacle was erected at every space of 2,000 cubits, to evade the law of the Sabbath day's journey, for they led the scape-goat out on the Sabbath; after eating bread and drinking water the conductor of the goat could go on to the next tabernacle; ten stages were thus made between Seek and Jerusalem, in all six and a half miles to el Muntar, from whence the conductor caught the first sight of the great desert
Abaddon - In the OT text ‘ăbhaddôn occurs six times (only in the Wisdom literature), Authorized Version in each case rendering ‘destruction,’ while Revised Version gives ‘Destruction’ in Job 28:22; Job 31:12, Psalms 88:11, but ‘Abaddon’ in Job 26:6, Proverbs 15:11; Proverbs 27:20, on the ground, as stated by the Revisers in their Preface, that ‘a proper name appears to be required for giving vividness and point
Genealogy of the Lord Jesus - The list in Luke is much fuller, having from David to Joseph forty-one names, where Matthew has only twenty-six
Key - ) A family of tones whose regular members are called diatonic tones, and named key tone (or tonic) or one (or eight), mediant or three, dominant or five, subdominant or four, submediant or six, supertonic or two, and subtonic or seven
Canaan (2) - Later, "Canaanites" appears to designate a separate tribe, and the land was inhabited by them and six other tribes
Kings - The first book of Kings commences with an account of the death of David, and contains a period of a hundred and twenty-six years, to the death of Jehoshaphat; and the second book of Kings continues the history of the kings of Israel and Judah through a period of three hundred years, to the destruction of the city and temple of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar
Ephod - This stone was so large, that the names of the twelve tribes of Israel were engraven, six on each stone, Exodus 28:9-12
Key - ) A family of tones whose regular members are called diatonic tones, and named key tone (or tonic) or one (or eight), mediant or three, dominant or five, subdominant or four, submediant or six, supertonic or two, and subtonic or seven
Rule - ) Systematic method or practice; as, my ule is to rise at six o'clock
Doubt - and noun) six times renders a Gr
Ramah - The principal Ramah was a city of Benjamin, near Gibeah, towards the mountains of Ephraim, six miles from Jerusalem north, and on the road from Samaria to Jerusalem, Joshua 18:25 Judges 19:13 Nehemiah 11:33
Elijah - six years later he denounces Ahab and Jezebel for their crimes in the matter of Naboth; and afterwards again is seen foretelling the death of king Ahaziah, and calling fire from heaven upon two bands of guards sent to arrest him
jo'Ash - After his father's sister Jehoshabeath, the wife of Jehoiada the high priest, had stolen him from among the king's sons, he was hidden for six years in the chambers of the temple
Corinth - Corinth was a maritime city located between two important seaports: the port of Lechaion on the Gulf of Corinth about two miles to the north and the port of Cenchreae on the Saronic Gulf about six miles east of Corinth. Except where the city was protected by Acrocorinth, a wall about six miles in circumference surrounded it
Slave - ...
Israelite slaves could be held captive no more than six years (Exodus 21:1-2; Deuteronomy 15:12). ...
A female slave who had become a wife or concubine of the master (or his son) was not freed after six years; but neither could her master sell her to a foreigner if he no longer wanted her
Kerygma - The word is used once in Matthew (12:41), once in Luke (11:32), and six times in Paul's letters (Romans 16:25 ; 1Col 1:21; 2:4; 15:14; 2 Timothy 4:17 ; Titus 1:3 ). ...
The meaning of kerygma all six times that Paul uses this term is consistently the message about Jesus, the content of the gospel Paul so courageously proclaimed throughout his ministry
Daniel, Book of - The first six chapters of this book contain a series of narratives which tell of ( a ) the fidelity of Daniel and his friends to their religion, and ( b ) the incomparable superiority of their God to the deities of Babylon. The remaining six chapters relate four visions seen by Daniel and the interpretation of them
Version, the Authorised - The work of translation occupied three years, and then six of the company were chosen to superintend its publication. Now, 1899, a New Testament can be purchased for one penny, and a Bible for six pence
Army - The legion was no longer under six tribunes commanding by turns. The barracks (παρεμβολή, used six times in the same narrative) adjoined the fortress of Antonio, close to the N
Babel - ...
The sum of the whole is as follows: All the descendants of Noah remained in Armenia in peaceable subjection to the patriarchal religion and government during the lifetime of the four royal patriarchs, or till about the beginning of the sixth century after the flood; when, gradually falling off from the pure worship of God, and from their allegiance to the respective heads of families, and seduced by the schemes of the ambitious Nimrod, and farther actuated by a restless disposition, or a desire for a more fertile country, they migrated in a body southwards, till they reached the plains of Shinar, probably about sixty years after the death of Shem. I measured them carefully, and the following is the full extent of each face: that to the north, along the visible face, is two hundred and seventy-four yards; to the south, two hundred and fifty-six yards; to the east, two hundred and twenty-six yards; and...
to the west, two hundred and forty yards
Goel - But in the case of unintentional murder, the man-slayer was enjoined to flee to one of the six cities of refuge, which were appropriated for his residence. " "If one Nubian," remarks Burckhardt, "happen to kill another, he is obliged to pay the debt of blood to the family of the deceased, and a fine to the governors of six camels, a cow, and seven sheep, or they are taken from his relations
Bible - The first copy of this was made by forty-seven of the most learned men in England, divided into six companies. This first copy was then revised by a committee of twelve, or two from each of the six companies; and then again by two others. " During the first fifty years of this society, it printed or assisted in printing the Scriptures in 148 languages, in about sixty of which they had never before been printed, and issued upwards of 29,000,000 copies of the sacred writings
Pha'Raoh, - He appears to have reigned from Joseph's appointment (or perhaps somewhat earlier) until Jacob's death, a period of at least twenty-six years, from about B. 1876 to 1850 and to have been the fifth or sixth king of the fifteenth dynasty. This king was of the Saite twenty-sixth dynasty, of which Manetho makes him either the fifth or the sixth ruler. Herodotus calls him Nekos, and assigns to him a reign of sixteen years, which is confirmed by the monuments. --The next king of Egypt mentioned in the Bible is Pharaoh-hophra, the second successor of Necho, from whom he was separated by the six-years reign of Psammetichus II
Jericho - , opposite where Israel crossed the Jordan under Joshua, at six miles' distance. six successive days the armed host marched round the city, the priests bearing the ark, as symbol of His presence, in the middle between the armed men in front and the rereward or rearguard, and seven priests sounding seven ramshorn (rather Jubilee) trumpets, the sign of judgment by "the breath of His mouth"; compare the seven trumpets that usher in judgments in Revelation, especially Revelation 11:13; Revelation 11:15
Levite - Among the forty-eight cities were six cities of refuge (Joshua 20; see CITY OF REFUGE). The groups served in rotation one week every six months, though all groups were on duty for the annual festivals (thereby making up the remaining four weeks of the year) (1 Chronicles 23:1-24; 1 Chronicles 24:18-19; 1 Chronicles 25:9-31; 1 Chronicles 26:1; 1 Chronicles 26:12)
Creation - 1:2 intervened the vast geological periods, and that these are undescribed in Genesis 1; and that Genesis 1:2 describes the chaotic state which succeeded the last geological period before the earth's preparation for man; and that the description of the six days refers to this preparation. ...
If the seventh day sabbath in Genesis 2:2 be an ordinary day, then the six days must be ordinary days and this view is favored. The seventh day is not described as the previous six, "it was evening, it was morning," because the Lord's sabbath extends over the whole present order of things, eventuating in the "sabbath rest that remaineth for the people of God" (Hebrews 4:9 margin). ...
The proportion of the seventh day to the previous six, of whatever length it and they be, is the ground of our seventh-day sabbath. Hugh Miller identifies the first day's work with the azoic period; the second day with the silurian or palaeozoic; the third day with the carboniferous; the fourth day with the permian and triassic; the fifth day with the oolitic or cretaceous, the period when, the air and the waters having been previously prepared, the waters brought forth in swarms insects, fish, and monstrous reptiles of sea and land, and fowl flew in the air; the sixth day with the tertiary, which saw first the higher animals, the land mammalia , and lastly MAN. ...
The narrative in Genesis does not assert simultaneous creation of all the plants on the third day, and of reptiles and birds on the fifth, and of mammals on the sixth day; the divine command and its fulfillment are narrated as distinct. ...
The mammalia , the rodentia , and mustelidae , predominating in the tertiary period, answer to Moses' account of THE sixTH DAY. However, in favor of the six days being ordinary days, D'Orbigny maintains that a gulf of darkness and death must have intervened between the tertiary strata and our present fauna and flora; for that not a single species, vegetable or animal, is common to the tertiary and the human periods. Possibly the order of Creation of the whole world in six vast periods, called "days," was repeated in six literal days in preparing the earth for man, its noblest occupant, "the minister and interpreter of nature" (Bacon)
Adam - " At the time of his death, Lamech, the father of Noah, was fifty-six years of age; and being in the line of those who "walked with God," had probably heard the early history of the race from the lips of the penitent Adam
Assyria - Assyria ancient and proper lay east of the Tigris, between Armenia, Susiana, and Media, and appears to have comprehended the six provinces attributed to it by Ptolemy, namely, Arrapachis, Adiabene, Arbelis, (now Erbil,) Calachene, (Heb
Middle Ages - Centuries between ancient and modern times, according to some from the downfall of the Roman Empire to the Renaissance, from the 5th to the 15th century, others preferring to call the first six centuries of this period Dark Ages, and limiting the Middle Ages proper to four
John Carroll - In 1788 his name was submitted to Rome, by permission of the Holy See, as an episcopal candidate selected by twenty-four out of twenty-six assembled priests, and he was named Bishop of Baltimore in 1789, his diocese reaching from Georgia to Maine and westward to the Mississippi
Work, Theology of - ...
God's People Realize His Plan for Work Also Includes a Plan for Rest After six days of creation God rested
Transfiguration, the - Instead of the six days of Matthew and Mark, Luke has about eight days
Bible - The Bible consists of sixty-six different books, composed by many different writers, in three different languages, under different circumstances; writers of almost every social rank, statesmen and peasants, kings, herdsmen, fishermen, priests, tax-gatherers, tentmakers; educated and uneducated, Jews and Gentiles; most of them unknown to each other, and writing at various periods during the space of about 1600 years: and yet, after all, it is only one book dealing with only one subject in its numberless aspects and relations, the subject of man's redemption
Carroll, John - In 1788 his name was submitted to Rome, by permission of the Holy See, as an episcopal candidate selected by twenty-four out of twenty-six assembled priests, and he was named Bishop of Baltimore in 1789, his diocese reaching from Georgia to Maine and westward to the Mississippi
Joshua - six nations and thirty-one kings were conquered by him (Joshua 11:18-23 ; 12:24 )
Hittites - They inhabited the whole region between the Euphrates and Damascus, their chief cities being Carchemish on the Euphrates, and Kadesh, now Tell Neby Mendeh, in the Orontes valley, about six miles south of the Lake of Homs
Sennacherib - His own account of this invasion, as given in the Assyrian annals, is in these words: "Because Hezekiah, king of Judah, would not submit to my yoke, I came up against him, and by force of arms and by the might of my power I took forty-six of his strong fenced cities; and of the smaller towns which were scattered about, I took and plundered a countless number
Epistles - The Persians make up their letters in a roll about six inches long, and a bit of paper is fastened round it with gum, and sealed with an impression of ink, which resembles our printers' ink, but is not so thick
Sabbath - ...
The observation of the seventh day of the week, enjoined upon Israel, was a sign between God and His earthly people, based upon the fact that after the six days of creative operations He rested, Exodus 31:16,17 , with Exodus 20:8-11
Elam - Shechaniah, one of them, seconded Ezra's confession of sin, especially as to marriages with aliens, pleaded the people's guilt, and proposed a covenant to put away those wives; six of the sons of Elam accordingly did so (Ezra 10:2; Ezra 10:26)
Socinians - Their writings were re-published together, in the year 1656, in one great collection, consisting of six volumes in folio, under the title of Bibliotheca Fratrum
Agapetus, Bishop of Rome - He was already an old man when, six days after the death of Johannes II
Athaliah - For six years he was hid, but in the seventh year Jehoiada took into covenant with him for restoring the rightful king "the captains of hundreds," two Azariahs, Ishmael, Maaseiah, and Elishaphat; they next enlisted the cooperation of the Levites, gathered out of Judah, and the chief fathers of Israel who came to Jerusalem
Glycerius, Emperor of the West - Farlati assigns six years to his episcopate, placing his death in 480
Nazareth - It is identified with the modern village en-Nazirah, of six or ten thousand inhabitants
Mediator - Six times in New Testament (Galatians 3:19-20; Hebrews 8:6; Hebrews 9:15; Hebrews 12:24; also the verb, Hebrews 6:17, Greek "mediated," emesiteusen , "by an oath," "interposed as mediator between Himself and us with an oath"; Jesus is the embodiment of God's mediating oath: Psalms 110:4)
Therapeutae - six days of the week were, in this manner, passed in solitude
Deluge - The following table exhibits the order of events as they occurred: ...
In the six hundredth year of his life Noah is commanded by God to enter the ark, taking with him his wife, and his three sons with their wives (Genesis 7:1-10 )
Megiddo - Certainly by the time of Solomon the city was firmly Israelite, since he fortified the city (1 Kings 9:15 ), including his mighty six chambered gate which followed the pattern of his other two key fortress cities of Hazor and Gezer
Earthquake - Palestine has two to three major quakes a century and two to six minor shocks a year
Ishbosheth - This was after a five years' interregnum during which the Philistines and David had the country divided between them; for David had reigned according to 2 Samuel 2:10-11 "seven years and six months" over Judah in the old capital Hebron, while Ishbosheth reigned only "two years
Pacification - However, in July 1585, the league obliged him to publish another edict, revoking all former edicts granted to the Protestants, and ordering them to depart the kingdom in six months, or turn Papists
Levitical Cities - Although six of the 48 were asylums for those guilty of manslaughter (Kedesh, Schechem, Hebron in Canaan, Bezer, Ramoth-Gilead, and Golan), Levitical cities and cities of refuge are not synonymous
Millennium - (mih leh' ni uhm) A term not found in Scripture but taken from Latin to express the “thousand years” mentioned six times in Revelation 20:1-7
Castle - KJV translation for six Hebrew and one Greek word
Sabbath - On six days the Israelites should work, but on the seventh, they as well as all slaves, foreigners, and beasts must rest
Ant - The granaries on a rock covered with earth lay horizontally from one and a half to six inches below the surface
Gedaliah - He was stationed at the stronghold Mizpah, six miles N
Adullam - This cave on the borders of the Dead Sea six miles S
Ages, Middle - Centuries between ancient and modern times, according to some from the downfall of the Roman Empire to the Renaissance, from the 5th to the 15th century, others preferring to call the first six centuries of this period Dark Ages, and limiting the Middle Ages proper to four
Smyrna - ...
When urged to recant he said, "four-score years and six I have served the Lord, and He never wronged me; how then can I blaspheme my King and Saviour?" The accuser, the devil, cast some of the Smyrna church into prison, and "it had tribulation ten days," a short term (Genesis 24:55; Numbers 11:19), whereas the consequent joy is eternal (many Christians perished by wild beasts or at the stake because they refused to throw incense into the fire to sacrifice to the genius of the emperor): a sweet consolation in trial
Sardis - Southward stand two beautiful Ionic columns of the temple of Cybele, six feet and one third in diameter, 35 ft
Castle - The word παρεμβολή, translated ‘castle’ six times in Acts, meant in the Macedonian dialect an encampment, and in the Septuagint it is used for the camp of the Israelites in the desert (Exodus 29:14, etc
Circle - divided the empire into six circles at first, and afterwards into ten Austria, Burgundy, Lower Rhine, Bavaria, Upper Saxony, Franconia, Swabia, Upper Rhine, Westphalia, and Lower Saxony
I - Thus VI is five and one, or six, and XI is ten and one, or eleven VIII stands for five and three, or eight, &c
Garments - Ruth was able to carry in such a veil six measures of barley
Liturgy - Some farther alterations were introduced, in consequence of the review of the common prayer book, by order of king James, in the first year of his reign, particularly in the office of private baptism, in several rubrics, and other passages, with the addition of five or six new prayers and thanksgivings, and all that part of the catechism which contains the doctrine of the sacraments
Liturgy - Some farther alterations were introduced, in consequence of the review of the Common Prayer Book, by order of King James, in the first year of his reign, particularly in the office of private baptism, in several rubrics, and other passages, with the addition of five or six new prayers and thanksgivings, and all that part of the catechism which contains the doctrines of the sacraments
Mass - At these masses the altar is put in mourning, and the only decorations are a cross in the middle of six yellow wax lights; the dress of the celebrant, and the very mass book, are black; many parts of the office are omitted, and the people are dismissed without the benediction
Mishna - He compiled it in six books, each consisting of several tracts, which altogether form the number of sixty-three
Shushan - These mounds bear some resemblance to the pyramids of Babylon; with this difference, that instead of being entirely made of brick, they are formed of clay and pieces of tile, with irregular layers of brick and mortar, five or six feet in thickness, to serve, it should seem, as a kind of prop to the mass
Joash - Here he abode six years
Noah - 1656, and in the six hundreth year of his age, Noah, by divine appointment, entered his ark with his family, and all the animals collected for the renewal of the world. These precepts are seven in number: the first was against the worship of idols; the second, against blasphemy, and required to bless the name of God; the third, against murder; the fourth, against incest and all uncleanness; the fifth, against theft and rapine; the sixth required the administration of justice; the seventh was against eating flesh with life
Palm-Tree - The leaves, when the tree has grown to a size for bearing fruit, are six to eight feet long, are very broad when spread out, and are used for covering the tops of houses, and similar purposes. Gibbon, celebrate, either in verse or prose, the three hundred and sixty uses to which the trunk, the branches or long leaf-stalks, the leaves, fibers, and fruit of the palm are skillfully applied
Shushan - They are formed of clay and pieces of tile, with irregular layers of brick and mortar, five or six feet in thickness, to serve, as it should seem, as a kind of prop to the mass
Low - The sun is low at four o'clock in winter, and at six in summer
Refuge, Cities of - To provide security for those who should undesignedly kill a man, the Lord commanded Moses to appoint six cities of refuge, or asylums, that any one who should thus shed blood might retire thither, and have time to prepare his defence before the judges, and that the kinsmen of the deceased might not pursue and kill him, Exodus 21:13 Numbers 35:11-34
Watch - Hence we read in Scripture of the morning watch, and of the second, third and fourth watch the evening watch commencing at six oclock, the second at nine, the third at twelve, and the fourth at three in the morning
Palm Tree - It begins to bear fruit after it has been planted six or eight years, and continues to be productive for a century
Kings, First And Second Books of, - The books of Kings contain the history from David's death and Solomon's accession to the destruction of the kingdom of Judah and the desolation of Jerusalem, with a supplemental notice of an event that occurred after an interval of twenty-six years --viz. --They were undoubtedly written during the period of the captivity, probably after the twenty-sixth year
Ptolemais - Between it and the hills of Galilee lies the fertile Plain of Acre, six miles in width, watered by the Nahr Namein, the ancient Belus, a river famous for the manufacture-Pliny (HN_ xxxvi
Crucifixion - When, after about six hours on the cross, he knew that he had finished the work he had come to do, he triumphantly committed his spirit to God, bowed his head, and died (Mark 15:25; Mark 15:33-34; Mark 15:37; Luke 23:46; John 19:30)
Monastery - About the same time a bull was granted by the same pope to cardinal Wolsey to suppress monasteries, where there were not above six monks, to the value of eight thousand ducats a year, for endowing. which came into the hands of the king by the dissolution, and for the value of money at that time, which was at least six times, as much as at present, and also consider that the estimate of the lands was generally supposed to be much under the real worth, we must conclude their whole revenues to have been immense. As there were pensions paid to almost all those of the greater monasteries, the king did not immediately come into the full enjoyment of their whole revenues; however, by means of what he did receive, he founded six new bishoprics, viz
Jeremiah - ...
The idolatrous apostasy, and other criminal enormities of the people of Judah, and the severe judgments which God was prepared to inflict upon them, but not without a distant prospect of future restoration and deliverance, are the principal subject matters of the prophecies of Jeremiah; excepting only the forty-fifth chapter, which relates personally to Baruch, and the six succeeding chapters, which respect the fortunes of some particular Heathen nations. The prophecies of this reign are continued on from the thirteenth to the twentieth chapter inclusively; to which we must add the twenty-second, twenty-third, twenty-fifth, twenty-sixth, thirty-fifth and thirty-sixth chapters, together with the forty-fifth, forty- sixth, forty-seventh, and most probably the forty-eighth, and as far as the thirty-fourth verse of the forty-ninth chapter. The prophecies delivered in his reign are contained in the twenty-first and twenty-fourth chapters, the twenty-seventh to the thirty-fourth, and the thirty-seventh to the thirty-ninth inclusively, together with the last six verses of the forty-ninth chapter, and the fiftieth and fifty-first chapters concerning the fall of Babylon. This is most evident in the Lamentations, where those passions altogether predominate; but it is often visible also in his prophecies, in the former part of the book more especially, which is principally poetical: the middle parts are chiefly historical; but the last part, consisting of six chapters, is entirely poetical, and contains several oracles distinctly marked, in which this prophet falls very little short of the lofty style of Isaiah
Jonathan - six hundred Danites of Zorah and Eshtaol, led by the spies' report, marched to Dan or Laish. At once "a wise man and learned scribe and counselor" (for the Hebrew dod , "uncle," means a relative and so "nephew": 1 Chronicles 27:32; 2 Samuel 21:21; 1 Chronicles 20:7), and a brave warrior who like David slew a giant Philistine, of Gath, remarkable for six toes and six fingers
Passion Week - It is there stated that Jesus ‘six days before the Passover (πρὸ ἒξ ἡμερῶν τοῦ πάσχα) came to Bethany’; and (John 12:12 f. But it is a little difficult to understand what the narrator means by the ‘six days’ in question. The question is, then, whether the Passover day, the 14th Nisan, on which the Passover was eaten, is or is not included in the number ‘six. The latter alternative is the more natural, since the six days are spoken of as coming before the Passover; and on this assumption Jesus must have entered Jerusalem on the 9th Nisan
Sacrifice - Under one or other of these heads may all sacrifices be arranged, though we are told that the Egyptians had six hundred and sixty-six different kinds; a number surpassing all credibility
Blood - The Mosaic law mitigated the severity of the law of private revenge for blood, by providing six cities of refuge (among the 48 Levitical cities), three on one side of Jordan, three on the other, for the involuntary homicide to flee into. ...
If the latter reached one of the six cities, (Kedesh in Naphtali, Shechem in mount Ephraim, Hebron in the hill country of Judah, W
Medes - But after a six years' war in which he had Babylon's help he failed to conquer Lydia, and the three great monarchies concluded a peace (ratified by engagements and intermarriages) which lasted throughout Cyaxares' and his son Astyages' reigns. Herodotus divides the Medes into six tribes, of which the Arizanti (of Aryan descent) seem the first, then the Paretaceni, Struchates, Busae; lastly the Budii (the Putiya of the Persian inscriptions) and Magi (the priest caste, a Scythic tribe incorporated by the Medes with themselves, foreigners admitted into the nation)
Vine - Robinson saw the vine trained near Hebron in rows eight or ten feet apart; when the stock is six or eight feet high, it is fastened in a sloping direction to a stake, and the shoots extend front one plant to another, forming a line of festoons; sometimes two rows slant toward each other and form an arch. " The Asclepius gigantea or Calotropis has a trunk six or eight inches in diameter, and from ten to 15 ft
Satan - ...
"Satan" occurs thirty-six times in the New Testament, eighteen of that number in the Gospels and Acts. " Matthew has three of the former, but six of the latter
Cerinthians - Thus Plato has left some speculations concerning the "great year," when, after the expiration of thirty-six thousand years, the world was to be renewed, and the golden age to return. It was taught, in the Cabbala, that the world was to last six thousand years, which would be followed by a period of rest for a thousand years more
Psalmody - Bishop Jewel says, that "the singing of psalms, begun in one church in London, did quickly spread itself, not only through the city, but in the neighbouring places; sometimes at Paul's Cross six thousand people singing together. After six years more, they agreed to sing on the thanksgiving days; but it required still fourteen years more before he could persuade them to sing every Lord's day; and then it was only after the last prayer, that those who chose it might withdraw without joining in it! Nor did even this satisfy these scrupulous consciences; for, after all, a separation took place, and the inharmonious seceders formed a new church in May's Pond, where it was above twenty years longer before singing the praises of God could be endured
Napoleon i - Ecclesiastical councils, summoned 1811 by Napoleon, to decide about dispensations and canonical institution of bishops during the pope's captivity, resulted, after two dissolutions and misrepresentations of negotiations with Pius, in the passage of a decree providing canonical institution by the metropolitan within six months, if the pope refused
Jugoslavia - , Salonli sent missionaries into Boshia and Herzegovina, and there were six dioceses in those districts in the 6th century
Sil'Oam - It enters Siloam at the northwest angle; or rather enters a small rock-cut chamber which forms the vestibule of Siloam, about five or six feet broad
High Priest - The office continued in the line of Eleazar, Aaron's eldest son, for two hundred and ninety-six years, when it passed to Eli, the first of the line of Ithamar, who was the fourth son of Aaron
Lebanon - , having between the fertile valley anciently called Coelosyria, now El Beka'a (where are the grand ruins of the temple of the sun), about six or seven miles wide, "the valley of Lebanon" (Joshua 11:17)
Jericho - The spring, ain es-Sultan, issues some 30,000 cubit feet of water daily which falls about 160 feet in the first mile of its course down many channels to the Jordan River six miles away, irrigating about 2,500 acres
Arabah - A line of chalk cliffs six miles S
Laodicea - of Colossae, six miles S
Baxterians - He told a friend, that six brothers were converted by reading that Call
Charge - ) Thirty-six pigs of lead, each pig weighing about seventy pounds; - called also charre
Darkness - ...
What made it still worse, was the length of time it continued; three days, or as bishop Hall expresses it, six nights in one
Wall - ...
The remaining examples of τεῖχος, a city wall, are grouped in Revelation 21, where there are six occurrences of the word (Revelation 21:12; Revelation 21:14-15; Revelation 21:17-19)
Torch - —In the six passages in which the word ‘torch’ occurs in the Gospels (Authorized Version and Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 ), once in the text (John 18:3) and five times as an alternative rendering in the margin (Matthew 25:1; Matthew 25:3 f
Face - ) That part of a body, having several sides, which may be seen from one point, or which is presented toward a certain direction; one of the bounding planes of a solid; as, a cube has six faces
Nile River - In antiquity six cataracts or falls prevented navigation at various points
All - In the ancient phrases, all too dear, all so long, this word retains its appropriate sense as,"he thought them six-pence all too dear," that is, he thought them too dear by the sum of sixpence
Manna - It was altogether miraculous: for this food began to fall from heaven from the time the Israelites arrived in the wilderness of Zin, which was the sixteenth day of the second month after their departure from Egypt, until that they came to Canaan, during the pilgrimage of forty years. It gave supply to the whole camp Israel—six hundred thousand on foot that we men, besides children, and mixed multitude that went with Israel, came out of Egypt; therefore allowing for increase, we may safely put down near a million of souls, who were daily fed from the supply of manna
Abomination - Certain acts or characteristics are destructive of societal and familial harmony; both such things and the people who do them are described by tô‛êbah : “These six things doth the Lord hate; yea, seven are an abomination unto him: … a proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that deviseth wicked imaginations, … and he that soweth discord among brethren” ( Arsenius - About 383, Theodosius the Great being desirous of finding a suitable instructor for his sons Arcadius and Honorius, the elder of whom was then about six years old, Arsenius was recommended to him, it is said, by the Roman bishop, and in this way came into the service of the best of the Christian Caesars
Sennacherib - He erected memorial tablet at the mouth of the nahr el Kelb on the Syrian coast, beside an inscription recording Rameses the Great's conquests six hundred years before; this answers to his boast that "he had come up to the height of the mountains, to the sides of Lebanon
Jonathan - Jonathan was taken into the service of Micah as ‘father and priest’ ( Judges 17:10 ); but, not long after he had taken up his abode there, six hundred Danites came that way and induced Jonathan to leave Micah and join them as their priest ( Judges 18:11-31 )
Cattle - Thus Rachel, the daughter of Laban, kept her father's sheep (Genesis 29:9 ); as also Zipporah and her six sisters had charge of their father Jethro's flocks (Exodus 2:16 )
First-Fruit - usually ἀπαρχαί from ἀπάρχομαι, ‘offer firstlings or first-fruits’)...
The word occurs six times in the Pauline Epistles, once in James, and once in Revelation
Evagrius - Evagrius (17) , an ecclesiastical historian, who wrote six books, embracing a period of 163 years, from the council of Ephesus a
Elders - But it is credible, that as there were twelve tribes, there were seventy-two elders, six from each tribe, and that seventy is set down, instead of seventy-two; or rather, that Moses and Aaron should be added to the number seventy, and that, exclusive of them, there were but four elders from the tribe of Levi
Tabernacle - There were forty-eight large planks, each a cubit and a half wide, and ten cubits high; twenty of them on each side, and six at one end to the westward; each plank was supported by two silver bases; they were let into one another, and held by bars running the length of the planks
Alexandrian Library - " The sentence of destruction was executed with blind obedience: the volumes of paper or parchment were distributed to the four thousand baths of the city; and such was their number, that six months were barely sufficient for the consumption of this precious fuel
Seismology - six of these stations are supervised by the Philippine Weather Bureau, two are located in Spain, and one in the following countries: Syria, England, Cuba, Hungary, Australia, Madagascar, Italy, Bolivia, Colombia, and Canada
Samaria - A city situated near the middle of Palestine, some six miles northwest of Shechem
Nazareth - Nazareth is about six miles west north west of Mount Tabor, and nearly half way form the Jordan to the Mediterranean
Jeho'Ram - As soon as he was fixed on the throne, he put his six brothers to death, with many of the chief nobles of the land
Melania, a Roman Lady - Melania, who had only been in Egypt six months, went with a large body of exiled bishops, clergy, and anchorets to a place near Diocaesarea in Palestine, where she supported them at her own expense
Weights And Measures - It seems to have been subdivided, in the coinage, into halves (of 264 grains), quarters (of 132 grains) and sixths (of 88 grains). Computed from the value given above for the cubit, the Sabbath-day's journey would be just six tenths of a mile . the full stretch of the two arms from tip to tip of the middle finger, which is about equal to the height, and in a man of full stature is six feet. 6696 gallons, and consequently the amount of liquid in six stone jars, containing on the average 2 1/2 metretae each, would exceed 110 gallons
Antichrist - six is next to the sacred seven, which it mimics but falls short of; it is the number of the world given over to judgment. There is a pause between the sixth and seventh seals, the sixth and seventh trumpets: for the judgments of the world are completed in six; at the seventh the world kingdoms become Christ's. As twelve is the number of the church, so six, its half, symbolizes the world kingdoms broken
Jordan - The traditional site of Jacob's crossing Jordan (Jisr Benat Yacobe) at his first leaving Beersheba for Padan Aram is a mile and a half from Merom, and six from the sea of Galilee; in those six its descent with roaring cataracts over the basaltic rocks is 1,050 ft. Of the six cities of refuge three were E
Judges, Book of - Benjamin was annihilated, except for six hundred warriors. ...
Some scholars have held that the Book of Judges reflects an Israelite version of the amphictyony, a group of six or twelve tribes organized around a central shrine
Fig Tree - Therefore, we must look for another of the fig kind, that better answers the purpose referred to by Moses, Genesis 3:7 ; and as the fruit of the banana tree, is often, by the most ancient authors, called a fig, may we not suppose this to have been the fig tree of paradise? Pliny, describing this tree, says that its leaves were the greatest and most shady of all others; and as the leaves of these are often six feet long, and about two broad, are thin, smooth, and very flexible, they may be deemed more proper than any other for the covering spoken of, especially since they may be easily joined together with the numerous threadlike filaments, which may, without labour, be peeled from the body of the tree. " Farther, "It frequently falls out in Barbary," says he; "and we need not doubt of the like in this hotter climate of Judea, that, according to the quality of the preceding season, some of the more forward and vigorous trees will now and then yield a few ripe figs six weeks or more before the full season
Library - ...
The Material and Form of Ancient Books The earliest writings, which were from Mesopotamia, were inscribed in cuneiform on clay tablets, which ranged in size from six by-six-inches up to seven-by-thirteen inches. [1] open from the first hour (of daylight) until the sixth
Samaritan Pentateuch - Usher procured six copies, mostly imperfect, of which four are now in the Bodleian, one in British Museum. Only twice they alter the Mosaic laws: Exodus 13:7, Samaritan reads "six days" for "seven"; Deuteronomy 23:17, "live" for "there shall not be. Samaritan reads Genesis 2:2 "God on the sixth, day ended His work," lest God should seem to work on the seventh day
Sanhedrim - The rabbins pretend, that the sanhedrim has always subsisted in their nation from the time of Moses to the destruction of the temple by the Romans; and they maintain that it consisted of seventy counsellors, six out of each tribe, and Moses as president; and thus the number was seventy-one: but six senators out of each tribe make the number seventy-two, which, with the president, constitute a council of seventy-three persons, and therefore it has been the opinion of some authors that this was the number of the members of the sanhedrim
Galilee - This inland sea, or more properly lake, which derives its several names, the lake of Tiberias, the sea of Galilee, and the lake of Gennesareth, from the territory which forms its western and south-western border, is computed to be between seventeen and eighteen miles in length, and from five to six in breadth. six thousand five hundred persons are stated to have perished in this naval engagement, and in the battle of Tarichaea, beside twelve hundred who were afterward massacred in cold blood, by order of Vespasian, in the amphitheatre at Tiberias, and a vast number who were given to Agrippa as slaves
Judea - It is described in numerous passages of the sacred writings, as all comprised in the Holy Land, from Hamath on the north, to the river of Egypt on the south; and from the Great or Mediterranean Sea on the west, to the deserts of Arabia on the east; a tract of country at least four hundred and sixty miles in length, and more than a hundred in breadth, Joshua 15:2 , &c; Joshua 19:24 , &c; 1 Chronicles 13:5 ; 2 Chronicles 7:8 ; Ezekiel 47:16 ; Ezekiel 47:20 ; Amos 6:14 . In the southeast quarter of the province were situated Bethlehem, or Ephrath, about six miles south from the capital; Bethzur, now St. In the north-west quarter were Bethshemesh, or Heliopolis, a Levitical city, about ten miles west of the capital; Rama, six miles north from Jerusalem; Emmaus, a village eight miles north north-west from Jerusalem, afterward called Nicopolis, in consequence of a victory gained by Vespasian over the revolted Jews; Bethoron, a populous Levitical city on the road to Lydda, a few miles north-west of Emmaus; Kirjath-jearim, on the road to Joppa, nine miles westward from the capital; Lydda, now Lod, and called by the Greeks Diospolis, about twelve miles east of Joppa; Ramla, supposed to be the same as Arimathea, about five miles south-west of Lydda; Joppa, a maritime town, now Jaffa, about twelve leagues north-west of Jerusalem; Jabne, a walled sea-port town between Joppa and Azotus; and Ekron, a town on the north boundary of the Philistines. In the southwest quarter of Judea were Gath, about twenty miles west from Jerusalem, near to which were the city of Eleutheropolis, a flourishing place in the second century; Makkedah, a strong place, eight miles north-east from Eleutheropolis; Bersabe, or Beersheba, about twenty-six miles south from Eleutheropolis; Gerar, between Beersheba and the sea coast; Azotus, or Ashdod, to the west of Eleuthero-polis, within a few miles of the sea, and the seat of a bishop in the first ages of the Christian church; Ascalon, a considerable maritime town, above forty-three miles south-west of Jerusalem; Gaza, fifteen miles southward from Ascalon; and Raphia, between Gaza and Rhinocurura, remarkable for a great battle in its neighbourhood, in which Philopater, king of Egypt, defeated Antiochus, king of Syria. Its principal towns were Capernaum, at the northern extremity of the lake of Gennesareth; Bethsaida, a considerable village a few leagues south of Capernaum; Cinnereth, south of Bethsaida, rebuilt by Herod Antipas, and named Tiberias; Tarichaea, a considerable town at the efflux of the river Jordan from the sea of Tiberias, thirty stadia south from the town of Tiberias; Nazareth, two leagues north-west of Mount Tabor, and equally distant from the lake of Gennesareth and the sea coast; Arbela, six miles west of Nazareth; Sepphoris, or Dio-Caesarea, now Sefouri, a large and well fortified town, about five leagues north north-west of Mount Tabor; Zabulon, a strong and populous place, sixty stadia south-east of Ptolemais; Acre, or Accon, seven miles north from the promontory of Carmel, afterward enlarged and called Ptolemais by Ptolemy I, of Egypt, and in the time of the crusades distinguished by the name of Acre, the last city possessed by the Christians in Syria, and was taken and destroyed by the Sultan Serapha, of Egypt, in 1291; Kedes, or Cydissus, a Levitical city at the foot of Mount Panium, twenty miles south-east of Tyre; Dan, originally Laish, on the north boundary of the Holy Land, about thirty miles south- east of Sidon; Paneas, near to Dan, or, according to some, only a different name for the same place, was repaired by Philip, son of Herod the Great, and by him named Caesarea, in honour of Augustus, with the addition of Philippi, to distinguish it from the other town of the same name in Samaria; Jotapata, the strongest town in Galilee, about four leagues north north-east of Dio-Caesarea; and Japha and Gischala, two other fortified places in the same district. This province was about sixty miles from north to south, and forty from east to west. One of them, namely, Scythopolis, already described in the account of Samaria, was situated to the west of Jordan; but the other nine were all to the east of that river, namely, Gadara, or Kedar, a strong place on a hill, the capital of Peraea in the time of Josephus, about sixty stadia east from the sea of Tiberias, and much frequented for its hot baths: Hippos, sometimes called Susitha, thirty stadia northwest of Gadara; Dium, or Dion, of which the situation is unknown, but conjectured by D'Anville to have been about seven leagues eastward from Pella, a considerable town supplied with copious fountains, on the river Jabbok, fourteen miles south-east of Gadara, and celebrated as the place to which the Christians retired, by divine admonition, before the destruction of Jerusalem; Canatha, south-east of Caesarea, and between the Jordan and Mount Hermon; Garasa, afterward Jaras, three leagues north- east from the upper extremity of the sea of Tiberias, and much noted during the crusades; Rabbath-Ammon, the capital of the Ammonites, south-east of Ramoth, and near the source of the Jabbok, on the confines of Arabia, afterward called Philadelphia by Ptolemy Philadelphus, from whom it had received considerable improvements, of which the ruins are still visible; Abila, four leagues east from Gadara, in a fertile tract between the river Hieromax and Mount Gilead; and Capitolais, a town in Batanaea, five or six leagues east north-east of Gadara
Red Sea - Hales, on the fifteenth day of the first month; "about six hundred thousand men on foot, beside women and children. After they set out from Rameses, in the land of Goshen, in the neighbourhood of Cairo, their first encampment was at Succoth, signifying "booths," or an "enclosure for cattle," after a stage of about thirty miles; their second, at Etham, or Adsjerud, on the edge of the wilderness, about sixty miles farther; "for the Lord led them not by the way of the land of the Philistines, although that was near; for God said, Lest peradventure the people repent when they see war, and they return to Egypt: but God led the people about by the way of the wilderness of the Red Sea," or by a circuitous route to the land of promise, in order to train them and instruct them, in the solitudes of Arabia Petraea, Exodus 13:17-20 ; Deuteronomy 32:10 . So Pharaoh pursued the Israelites by the direct way of Migdol, with six hundred chariots, his horsemen, and his army, and overtook them encamping by the sea, beside Pi-hahiroth, over against Baal-zephon. ...
The particulars of this transaction demonstrate, that neither the host of the Israelites, nor the host of Pharaoh, could possibly have passed at the head of the gulf near Suez; where the sea was only half a league broad, according to Niebuhr's own supposition, and consequently too narrow to contain the whole host of Pharaoh at once; whose six hundred chariots alone, exclusive of his cavalry and infantry, must have occupied more ground. And indeed, upon the slightest consideration, it will appear to any one, that a narrow gulf, under the immediate influence of monsoons, blowing from contrary points six months each year, would have too much agitation to produce such vegetables, seldom found but in stagnant water, and seldomer, if ever, found in salt ones. ' I saw one of these, which, from a root nearly central, threw out ramifications in a nearly central form, measuring twenty-six feet diameter every way
Litany of the Sacred Heart - It is derived from a litany compiled at Marseilles in 1718 by Venerable Anne Madeleine Remuzat and consisting of 27 invocations, to which the Sacred Congregation of Rites added six, taken from the 1691 litany of Father Croiset, which had already furnished 17 of the invocations in the Marseilles litany
Litany of the Sacred Heart of Jesus - It is derived from a litany compiled at Marseilles in 1718 by Venerable Anne Madeleine Remuzat and consisting of 27 invocations, to which the Sacred Congregation of Rites added six, taken from the 1691 litany of Father Croiset, which had already furnished 17 of the invocations in the Marseilles litany
Abraham - He himself also married Keturah, and had six sons, each one the founder of a distinct people in Arabia
New France - ...
The Jesuit Fathers Jogues and Raymbault, penetrated as far as Sault Sainte Marie in 1641, and were, says Bancroft, "the first missionaries to preach the gospel a thousand miles in the interior, five years before John Eliot addressed the Indians six miles from Boston
Biblical Chronology - ...
Our Christian era begins presumably with the year of Christ's birth; but due to a miscalculation, it was made to coincide with the year 754 of the Roman era, which is about six or seven years too late
Zebulun - ) Tenth of Jacob's sons, sixth and last of Leah's sons (Genesis 30:20; Genesis 35:23; Genesis 46:14). Named from Leah's anticipation, "now will my husband dwell ('izbeleniy ) with me, for I have borne him six sons
Talmud - The commentaries and additions which succeeding rabbies made, were collected by rabbi Jochanan Ben Eliezer, some say in the fifth, others in the sixth, and others in the seventh century, under the name of Gemara, that is, completion, because it completed the Talmud. A similar addition was made to the Mishna by the Babylonish doctors in the beginning of the sixth century, according to Enfield; and in the seventh, according to others. The Mishna is divided into six parts, of which every one which is entitled order, is formed of treatises: every treatise is divided into chapters; and every chapter into mishnas or aphorisms. ...
In the first part is discussed whatever relates to seeds, fruits, and trees: in the second, feasts: in the third, women, their duties, their disorders, marriages, divorces, contracts, and nuptials; in the fourth, are treated the damages or losses sustained by beasts or men, of things found, deposits, usuries, rents, farms, partnership in commerce, inheritance, sales and purchases, oaths, witnesses, arrests, idolatry; and here are named those by whom in oral law was received and preserved: in the fifth part are noticed what regards sacrifices and holy things: and the sixth treats on purifications, vessels, furniture, clothes, houses, leprosy, baths, and numerous other articles:-all this forms the Mishna
Samaria - Here Omri resided during the last six years of his reign
Fasting - Porphyry affirms that the Egyptians, before their stated sacrifices, always fasted a great many days; sometimes for six weeks
Nehemiah - On his arrival he set himself to survey the city, and to form a plan for its restoration; a plan which he carried out with great skill and energy, so that the whole was completed in about six months
Humility - And at the same time we are so little and vain as that the esteem of five or six persons about us is enough to content and amuse us
Psalms - ...
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six psalms (16,56-60) have the title (Heb
Thorn - six species of thistle (carduus ) have been noticed between Rama and Jerusalem
Paulicians - The Greek writers comprise their errors under the six following particulars: ...
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Zechariah, Book of - For sixteen years no work was done on the temple. ...
Characteristics of the book...
The prophets’ preaching for the first six months was largely concerned with encouraging the people through the early difficulties
Tiglath Pileser - C) founded a new dynasty succeeded Pul and preceded Shalmaneser; six years before Tiglath Pileser's accession (751 B
Repetitions - 32b) that the righteous of an earlier age used to devote three hours a day to prayer and six-hours to waiting, an hour before and an hour after each hour of prayer
Torment - The cognate verb βασανίζω is rendered ‘torment’ in four out of six passages, the exceptions being Revelation 12:2 (Authorized Version ‘pained,’ Revised Version ‘in pain’) and 2 Peter 2:8 (Authorized Version and Revised Version ‘vexed’)
Malachi - The Nabateans were an Arab tribe who came out of the desert and drove the Edomites out of their homeland in the fifth or sixth centuries B. The Book of Malachi is made up of six disputation passages and two appendices
Burn - Lebanon is a mountain six miles wide and fifty miles long
Fig, Fig-Tree - In Revelation 6:13 figs form part of the imagery in the vision of the Opening of the First six Seals
Mass - At these masses the altar is put in mourning, and the only decorations are a cross in the middle of six yellow wax lights: the dress of the celebrant, and the very mass-book, are black; many parts of the office are omitted, and the people are dismissed without the benediction
Siloam, the Pool of - long by six wide at the bottom, is on the opposite side of the valley from the Jewish burying ground where Kedron turns W
Day - …” Here “day” refers to the entire period envisioned in the first six days of creation
Tadmor - Josephus places it two days' journey from the Euphrates, and six days' journey from Babylon
Sinai - " It is two hundred and sixty miles from Cairo, which is a journey of ten days. The top of the mountain terminates in an uneven and rugged space, which might contain about sixty persons. Catherine's, where it is thought the body of this saint rested for three hundred and sixty years; but afterward it was removed into a church at the foot of the mountain. Five or six paces from thence they show a stone, whose height is four or five feet, and breadth about three, which they say is the very stone from whence Moses caused the water to gush out
Age - ...
The period preceding the birth of Jesus Christ has been generally divided into six ages. The sixth age, from the Babylonish captivity to the birth of Jesus Christ, A
Journey, Journeyings - A — 1: ὁδός (Strong's #3598 — Noun Feminine — hodos — hod-os' ) "a way, path, road," used of a traveler's way, a "journey," is rendered "journey" in Matthew 10:13 ; Mark 6:8 ; Luke 2:44 , "a day's journey" (probably to Beeroth, six miles north of Jerusalem); Luke 9:3 ; 11:6 ; Acts 1:12 , "a Sabbath day's journey," i
Camel - " It is six or seven feet high, and is exceedingly strong, tough, and enduring of labor
Sacred Heart, Litany of the - It is derived from a litany compiled at Marseilles in 1718 by Venerable Anne Madeleine Remuzat and consisting of 27 invocations, to which the Sacred Congregation of Rites added six, taken from the 1691 litany of Father Croiset, which had already furnished 17 of the invocations in the Marseilles litany
Elam - It was one of the Benê-Elam that urged Ezra to take action against mixed marriages ( Ezra 10:2 ), and six of the same family are reported to have put away their foreign wives ( Ezra 10:26 )
Temple (2) - In John 2:20 ὁ ναός is inaccurately used in the words ‘Forty and six years was this temple in building’ (i. has this temple been in building up till now), for it was the whole temple area with all included in it that had so far been worked at for forty-six years; it was not finished until shortly before its final destruction by Titus in a. ]'>[11] in length, one in breadth, the perimeter being six stadia), which surrounded the temple proper, was enclosed by a battlemented wall. ]'>[18] It was on a lower level than the Men’s Court, which was entered through six of the nine gates belonging to the Women’s Court. The ‘foundation stone’ (אָבָן שְׁתִיָה) upon which, in the first temple, the ark had stood, was nearly in the centre of the Holy of Holies; in the second temple it was exposed to the extent of about six inches;* Mishnah - ”...
ORGANIZATION...
The Mishnah has six major divisions:...
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The six major divisions are each further subdivided into specific tractates
Heresy - ...
And yet the spirit of persecution was not abated, but only diverted into a lay channel; for in six years afterwards, by stat. the bloody law of the six articles was made, which were "determined and resolved by the most godly study, pain, and travail of his majesty; for which his most humble and obedient subjects, the lords spiritual and temporal, and the commons in parliament assembled, did render and give unto his highness their most high and hearty thanks
Run - ) To be played on the stage a number of successive days or nights; as, the piece ran for six months. ) To continue in operation; to be kept in action or motion; as, this engine runs night and day; the mill runs six days in the week
Order of Saint Benedict - Pope Gregory the Great established the Benedictine rule in his monastery of Saint Andrew on the Coelian Hill, and probably in six others which he founded, and introduced the order into England, whence its missionaries spread over Europe
Ten Commandments - ...
The familiar division, referring the first four to our duty toward God and the six remaining to our duty toward man. But this is to place human parents on a level with God, and, by purity of reasoning the sixth Commandment might be added to the first table, as murder is the destruction of God's image in man
Scriptures - )...
Sixty-six books make up the Bible. The chapter divisions were made in the thirteenth century AD, and the verse divisions in the sixteenth century
Benedictine Order - Pope Gregory the Great established the Benedictine rule in his monastery of Saint Andrew on the Coelian Hill, and probably in six others which he founded, and introduced the order into England, whence its missionaries spread over Europe
Benedictines - Pope Gregory the Great established the Benedictine rule in his monastery of Saint Andrew on the Coelian Hill, and probably in six others which he founded, and introduced the order into England, whence its missionaries spread over Europe
Hezekiah - The assertions that Samaria was destroyed in his sixth year and that Sennacherib’s invasion came in his fourteenth year are inconsistent ( 2 Kings 18:10 ; 2 Kings 18:13 ). The inscriptions tell us that the invaders captured forty-six walled towns, and carried 200,000 Judahites into slavery
Boasting - Paul boasts in the churches when he can (2 Corinthians 7:14 ), and our Lord himself commends six of the seven churches to whom he speaks in the Book of Revelation
Trump Trumpet - There are three references to trumpet in the Pauline Epistles, one in Hebrews, and six in Revelation
Do - In six days thou shalt do all thy work
Sleep - six observations can be made about this expression in the New Testament
Saints - six of Paul's letters to churches are addressed to saints (Romans, 1-2Corinthians, Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians)
Guard - ...
(2) The above-named Agrippa himself, having incurred the displeasure of Tiberius, once had the experience of being chained as a prisoner for six months to soldiers of the Imperial bodyguard in Rome
Galba - He held office as consul for six months of a
Septuagint - , 1705) describes the origin of Septuagint; King Ptolemy (Philadelphus), by the advice of his librarian Demetrius Phalereus, obtained from the high priest at Jerusalem 72 interpreters, six from each tribe; by conference and comparison in 72 days they completed the work. Some of the changes are designed; Genesis 2:2, "sixth" for "seventh
Baptists - The following are the more important Baptist sects: ...
Baptist Union
Colored Free Will Baptists
Duck River and Kindred Associations of Baptists
Free Will Baptists
Free Will Baptists (Bullockites)
General or Arminian Baptists
National Baptist Convention
Northern Baptist Convention
Primitive Baptist
Primitive Colored Baptists
Regular Baptists
Separate Baptists
Seventh-day Baptists
Seventh-day Baptists (German)
Six-Principle Baptists
Southern Baptist Convention
Strict and Particular Baptists
Two-Seed-in-the-Spirit Predestinarian Baptists
United Baptists
Sea - ...
This word refers to the body of water as distinct from the land bodies (continents and islands) and the sky (heavens): “For in six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea and all that in them is …” ( Caesarea - This city, which was six hundred furlongs from Jerusalem, is often mentioned in the New Testament
Refuge - In order to provide for the security of those who, without design, might happen to kill a person, in whatever manner it should be, the Lord commanded Moses to appoint six cities of refuge, Exodus 21:18 ; Numbers 35:11 , &c, that whoever should undesignedly spill the blood of a fellow creature, might retire thither, and have time to prepare for his defence before the judges: so that the relatives of the deceased might not pursue and kill him
Calvary - The sepulchre itself is about six feet square and eight high
Proselyte - ...
Maimonides says, that the first six of these precepts were given to Adam, and the seventh to Noah
Captivity - There were six subjugations of the 12 tribes during the period of the Judges. This company laid the foundation of the second temple, which was completed in the sixth year of Darius
Captivity - There were six subjugations of the twelve tribes during the period of the judges. This company laid the foundation of the second temple, which was completed in the sixth year of Darius, B
Levites - six of the Levitical cities were appointed as cities of refuge, Joshua 20:1-21:45
Peter - Paul wrote to the Roman Christians, giving them directions and saluting the principal persons by name; he also wrote six letters from Rome; but in none of these letters, nor in the narrative in Acts, is there the slightest intimation that Peter was or had been at Rome
Servant - This form of service could not continue more than six or seven years; unless, when the Sabbatical year came round, the servant chose to remain permanently or until the Jubilee with his master, in token of which he suffered his ear to be bored before witnesses, Exodus 21:2,6 25:40
Cry, Crying - ...
In John's Gospel it is used three times, out of the six, of Christ's utterances, 7:28,37; 12:44
Macedonius, Bishop of Constantinople. - ...
Macedonius held the see for about six years, while letters and delegates, the pope and the emperors, synods and counter-synods, were debating and disputing the treatment of Paul and Athanasius
Jews - In the third, however, all the Benjamites were slain, except six hundred. Vexed for the loss of a tribe, the other Hebrews provided wives for these six hundred, at the expense of slaying most of the inhabitants of Jabesh Gilead. After a siege of six months, the city was taken. Titus was bent to save the temple, but could not: there were six thousand Jews who had taken shelter in it, all burnt or murdered! The outcries of the Jews, when they saw it, were most dreadful: the whole city, except three towers and a small part of the wall, was razed to the ground, and the foundations of the temple and other places were ploughed up. In this war, it is said, about sixty thousand Jews were slain, and perished. In the sixth century twenty thousand of them were slain, and as many taken and sold for slaves. In 1291 king Edward expelled them from England, to the number of one hundred and sixty thousand. In the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries, their misery continued. About 1392, six or eight hundred thousand were banished from Spain. ...
A Jewish writer hath affirmed, that it is long since any Jew has been settled near Jerusalem: scarcely can they purchase there six feet of land for a burying-place
Luke, the Gospel According to - "Lawyers" six times stand instead of "scribes"; epistatees , "master," instead of rabbi six times, as more plain to Gentiles. This period begins with His journey in October to the feast of tabernacles, and ends with His arrival in Bethany six days before the Passover
Numbers, the Book of - Thus six months intervene between Aaron's death and Deuteronomy; in them the events of the fourth part of the Book of Numbers (Numbers 20:1 to the end) occurred, excepting Arad's defeat. Then follows Sihon's and Og's overthrow at Jahaz and Edrei, about the middle of the third of the six months. six weeks thus remain for Midian's seduction of Israel, the plague (Numbers 25), the second numbering on the plains of Moab (Numbers 26), and the attack on Midian (Numbers 31), God retributively scourging the tempters by their own victims: "beside those (kings) that fell in the battle they put to death the kings of Midian (five, namely) Evi, Rekem, Zur, Hur, and Reba" (Numbers 31:8), "Balaam also they slew" judicially, not in battle
Number Systems And Number Symbolism - In fact, the Sumerians knew two systems, one based on ten (a decimal system) and one based on six or twelve (usually designated as a duodecimal system). An apocryphal tradition holds that seventy-two Jewish scholars, six from each of the twelve tribes, translated the Old Testament into Greek, to give us the version we call today the Septuagint
Agriculture - Thus the six months from Tisri to Nisan was occupied with cultivation, the six months from Nisan to Tisri with gathering fruits
Sea, the Salt - It holds in solution ingredients six times those contained in common salt water: one third common salt (chloride of sodium) and two thirds chloride of magnesium. The peninsula separating the northern lake from the southern lagoon is called Ghor el Μezraah or el Lisan (the Tongue: so Joshua 15:2 margin); it is ten geographical miles long by five or six broad
Jordan - Chateaubriand makes it six or seven feet deep close at the shore, and about fifty paces in breadth a considerable distance from its entrance into the Dead Sea. According to the computation of Volney, it is hardly sixty paces wide at the mouth; but the author of "Letters from Palestine" states, that the stream when it enters the lake Asphaltites, is deep and rapid, rolling a considerable volume of waters; the width appears from two to three hundred feet, and the current is so violent, that a Greek servant belonging to the author, who attempted to cross it, though strong, active, and an excellent swimmer, found the undertaking impracticable. Pococke has made on the river Euphrates: The bed of the Euphrates, says that writer, was measured by some English gentlemen at Beer, and found to be six hundred and thirty yards broad; but the river only two hundred and fourteen yards over; then they thought it to be nine or ten feet deep in the middle; and were informed that it sometimes rises twelve feet perpendicularly
Sinai - Abrupt cliffs of granite, from six to eight hundred feet in height, whose surface is blackened by the sun, surround the avenues leading to the elevated region to which the name of Sinai is specifically applied. Here, moreover, God appeared to Moses in the burning bush, Exodus 3:1-22 and Exodus 4:1-31 ; and six centuries later, sublimely revealed himself to the prophet Elijah when fleeing from the fury of Jezebel, 1 Kings 19:1-21
Nero, Claudius Caesar - For six days the fire raged till it reached the foot of the Esquiline, where it was stopped by pulling down a number of houses. Reuss interprets the first six heads of the first beast as the emperors Augustus, Tiberius, Caius, Claudius, Nero, and Galba, of whom the first five were dead, while the sixth, Galba, was then reigning
Shekinah - The first of the six things lost by Adam was ‘the glory,’ i
Bethlehem - ...
After the conquest of Canaan it bears the name Bethlehem Judah; distinguishing it from Bethlehem in Zebulun (Joshua 19:15-16; now Beit-lahm, six miles W
Gibeon - ) and the five sons of Michal, and these the Gibeonites took and hanged or crucified "in the hill before the Lord" (2 Samuel 21:9 ); and there the bodies hung for six months (21:10), and all the while Rizpah watched over the blackening corpses and "suffered neither the birds of the air to rest on them by day, nor the beasts of the field by night
Nazareth - After His birth and the sojourn in Egypt Joseph and Mary took the child to their original home in Nazareth, six miles W
Sep'Tuagint - ...
The Roman Edition, edited under Pope sixtus V. ; the Jewish slaves whom he set free, paying their ransom himself the letter of the king: the answer of the high priest; the choosing of six interpreters from each of the twelve tribes and their names; the copy of the law, in letters of gold; the feast prepared for the seventy two, which continued for seven days; the questions proposed to each of the interpreters in turn, with the answers of each; their lodging by the seashore and the accomplishment of their work in seventy
Tithes - The six years thus marked were followed by the Jubilee year; on it the attendance was the larger because of the scant attendance on the sixth year when most stayed at home. ...
Maimonides denies a third tithe (which would be an excessive burden) and represents the seceded tithe of the third and sixth years as shared between the poor and the Levites. He solemnly professed he had done so every third and sixth year (of the septennial cycle), when instead of taking the second or vegetable tithe to the sanctuary he used it at home in charity and hospitality (Deuteronomy 26:13-14; Genesis 14:20)
Troas - It bears the Turkish name of Eski Stambul or Old Constantinople, and its former greatness is attested by the extent of its ruins, including the old walls, which are six miles in circumference, and the supports of an aqueduct which conveyed water down from Mount Ida
Isaac - His mother died when he was thirty-six years of age; and Abraham sent a servant to fetch a wife for Isaac from amongst his kindred in Mesopotamia, according to Genesis 24:1-67 , where the religious spirit is as noticeable as the idyllic tone
Mind - KJV translates at least six different Hebrew terms, mind
Transfiguration - There are several reasons why this is unlikely: the title given to Jesus ("Rabbi") in Mark 9:5 and the equation of Jesus with Moses and Elijah ( Matthew 17:4 ; Mark 9:5 ; Luke 9:33 ) would be strange addressed to the resurrected Christ; the form of this account is quite different from resurrection accounts; the presence of Peter-James-John as an inner circle occurs in other accounts during the life of Jesus, but not in a resurrection account; and the temporal designations associated with the resurrection are "first day" or "after three days, " not "after six days" (Matthew 17:1 ; Mark 9:2 ) or "about eight days after" (Luke 9:28 )
Powers - Once these "rulers of this world of darkness" are made up of seven spirits; again, of thirty-six spirits
Apolinaris, or Apolinarius Claudius - 599) that Apolinaris on this occasion assembled twenty-six other bishops in council, and excommunicated Montanus and Maximilla, as well as the shoemaker Theodotus
Jephthah - Jephthah, after continuing his leadership for six years, dies, and is buried in Gilead, but the precise locality is not indicated
Palmtree - ...
The palm grows from 30 to 80 feet, does not bear fruit for the first six or seven years, but will bear for a hundred (Psalms 92:14)
Damasus, Pope - six of Jerome's letters to him are preserved, two being expositions of difficult passages of Scripture elicited by letters of Damasus asking the aid of his learning
Floor - Hither was brought on camels or asses the corn in sheaves, of which was formed a ring of six or eight feet wide, and two high
Child - Mothers, in the earliest times, suckled their offspring themselves, and that from thirty to thirty-six months. " Thus, Joseph is termed "the child," though he was at least sixteen years old, Genesis 37:30 ; and Benjamin, even when above thirty, was so denominated, Genesis 44:20
Baltimore, Maryland, City of - The Third Plenary Council (1884) made further regulations for parochial and diocesan government, the sacraments, education of the clergy and Catholic Youth, church property, and ecclesiastical trials; decreed six holy days of obligation for the country, appointed a commission to prepare a catechism for general use, to be obligatory when published, and signed the postulation for the introduction of the cause of the beatification of the Jesuit martyrs Isaac Jogues and Rene Goupil and the Iroquois virgin Catherjne Tekakwitha
Feasts - The feast or "supper" usually took place at five or six in the afternoon, and often continued to a late hour
Russia - By a concordat in 1847, an archbishopric and six episcopal sees were established, several iniquitous laws were repealed, and the authority of the Holy See was recognized to a greater degree; but in 1850 convents were suppressed, and Catholics were forbidden to restore or build churches
High Priest - These parts were clasped together on the shoulder with two large onyx stones, each having engraved on it six of the names of the tribes of Israel
Luciferus i, Bishop of Calaris - Five or six years later an appeal was made to the emperor by the Luciferian presbyters
Maximinus ii., Emperor - The provinces of Asia, Syria, and Egypt groaned for six years under him, and of all the persecutors in that last great struggle between the old and new religions none were so infamous for their cruelties
Prochorus, a Deacon - Prochoros and six other disciples dig his grave, and when he has laid himself in it, cover him with earth
Greek Versions of ot - 285 247), describes how the king, at the suggestion of his librarian, Demetrius of Phalerum, resolved to obtain a Greek translation of the laws of the Jews for the library of Alexandria; how, at the instigation of Aristeas, he released the Jewish captives in his kingdom, to the number of some 100,000, paying the (absurdly small) sum of 20 drachmas apiece for them to their masters; how he then sent presents to Eleazar, the high priest at Jerusalem, and begged him to send six elders out of each tribe to translate the Law; how the 72 elders were sent, and magnificently entertained by Ptolemy, and were then set down to their work in the island of Pharos; and how in 72 days they completed the task assigned to them. This was the Hexapla , or sixfold version of the OT, in which six versions were set forth in six parallel columns. The six versions were as follows (1) the Hebrew text; (2) the same transliterated in Greek characters; (3) the version of Aquila, which of all the versions was the nearest to the Hebrew; (4) the version of Symmachus; (5) his own edition of the LXX Methodists - ...
By the minutes of the last conference, 1831, it appears that this religious body had three hundred and sixty-three circuits in England, Wales, and Scotland; forty-five in Ireland; and a hundred and fifty-six mission stations, most of them being also circuits, in Sweden, France, the Mediterranean, Continental India, Ceylon, the South Seas, Africa, the West Indies, and British America. Their regular preachers were eight hundred and forty-six in Great Britain; in Ireland, a hundred and forty-six; in foreign stations, exclusive of catechists, a hundred and eighty-seven. Of these circuits, from five or six to fifteen or more, according to circumstances, constitute a district. Of the districts, from four or five to six or eight, usually, comprise the tract of country embraced within the boundaries of an annual conference; and of annual conferences, the whole of the United States and Territories, agreeably to the minutes of the last year, (1831,) were divided into nineteen. This branch of the American Wesleyan Methodists, agreeably to their minutes for the year 1831, consisted of sixty-five itinerant ministers, and twelve thousand five hundred and sixty-three members; of whom one thousand two hundred and thirty- three were Indians
Ebla - and served the six kings of his dynasty who ruled this dynamic commercial and cultural center for 150 years. , a dynasty of six kings (Igrish-Khalam, Ar-Ennum, Ebrum, Ibbi-Sipish, Dudukhu-Ada, and Irkab-Damu) not only directed the city's growth and prosperity, but conducted successful military campaigns of expansion
Ebla - and served the six kings of his dynasty who ruled this dynamic commercial and cultural center for 150 years. , a dynasty of six kings (Igrish-Khalam, Ar-Ennum, Ebrum, Ibbi-Sipish, Dudukhu-Ada, and Irkab-Damu) not only directed the city's growth and prosperity, but conducted successful military campaigns of expansion
Joshua - In six years six nations and 31 kings, including the giant Anakim, their former dread, fell before Joshua. ...
Six cities of refuge were appointed, 48 to the Levites; and the two and a half transjordanic tribes were dismissed home with blessings (Joshua 20-22)
Mexico - The first seven dioceses were suffragan to the Archdiocese of Seville, Spain, until 1545; in that year the Diocese of Mexico was made an archdiocese with authority over the other six and those subsequently formed, including, in 1581, the Diocese of Manila in the Philippines
Habakkuk - In Jeremiah 16:9 the same phrase comprises 20 years, in Ezekiel 12:25 six years
Mephibosheth - Saul's son by Rizpah (2 Samuel 21:8); "crucified" (yaqah ; not talah , which would mean "hanged up") with six others before Jehovah by the Gibeonites to avert the famine; from barley harvest until the rains of October the bodies remained exposed to the sun (compare 1 Chronicles 8:34-357), but watched by Rizpah's pious care, and finally were committed to Kish's sepulchre
Council - The Romanists reckon eighteen of them Bullinger six, Dr
Mary - Six women in the New Testament had the name Mary
Soul - The counterpart to nepes [1] in the New Testament is psyche [9] (nepes [1] is translated as psyche [9] six hundred times in the Septaugint)
Adonijah - The fourth of the six sons of David who were born in Hebron; his mother was Haggith, a name which is possibly of Philistine origin ( 2 Samuel 3:4 )
Israel - Zachariah was the last, being the fourth successor of Jehu, as God had said, 2 Kings 15:12 : he reigned only six months and was murdered by Shallum
Gildas, Monk of Bangor - To surmount the chronological and historical difficulties, Ussher, Ware, Bale, Pitseus, Golgan, and O'Conor have imagined at least two of the name, perhaps even four or six, about the 5th and 6th cents
Helladius, Bishop of Tarsus - When the rival leaders sought peace, Helladius kept aloof, and on the receipt of the six articles drawn up by John at a council at Antioch, which ultimately opened the way for reconcilation, he and Alexander of Hierapolis rejected the terms and all communion with Cyril. Helladius with Eutherius of Tyana next drew up a long letter to pope sixtus, giving their account of the council of Ephesus and begging him as a new Moses to save the true Israel from the persecution of the Egyptians
Captivity - The whole number of the exiles that chose to remain was probably about six times the number of those who returned
Acacius, Bishop of Caesarea - He wrote on Ecclesiastes, six books of σύμμικτα ζητήματα and other treatises; a considerable fragment of his Ἀντιλογία against Marcellus of Ancyra is preserved by Epiphanius ( Haer
Ship - Of the 32 parts or points of the compass card a modern ship will sail within six points of the wind
Day - The natural day, that is, the portion of time from sunrise to sunset, was divided by the Hebrews, as it is now by the Arabians, into six unequal parts. ...
The hours of principal note in the course of the day were the third, the sixth, and the ninth. The hours were numbered from the rising of the sun, so that, at the season of the equinox, the third corresponded to the ninth of our reckoning; the sixth, to our twelfth; and the ninth, to three o'clock in the afternoon
Gourd - Each branch of the keroa has but one large leaf, with six or seven foldings in it
Babylon - Nebuchadnezzar's palace, an immense pile of buildings, believed to be nearly six miles in circumference
Babylon - Nebuchadnezzar's palace was in an inclosure six miles in circumference
Sennacherib - The inscription then proceeds to say, "Hezekiah king of Judah, who had not submitted to my authority, forty-six of his principal cities, and fortresses and villages dependant upon them, of which I took no account, I captured, and carried away their spoil
Jacobus Sarugensis, Bishop of Batnae - ...
(5) six Homilies: on Nativity, Epiphany, Lent, Palm Sunday, The Passion, The Resurrection (Zingerlé, Sechs Homilien des heilig
Paulinus, Missionary to Northumbria - ...
In 633, after six years of unceasing and successful exertion, the labours of Paulinus in the north came abruptly to a close
Flesh - Of its six examples, three are literal in meaning (2:14; 5:7; 12:9). It is against the background of the affirmation of the incarnation that the six examples in 6:51-58 are to be read
Pope - Of these, six are cardinal bishops of the six suburbicarian churches; fifty are cardinal priests, who have all titles from parish churches in Rome; and fourteen are cardinal deacons, who have their titles from churches in Rome of less note, called diaconias, or deaconries
Joannes ii, Bishop of Jerusalem - After some six years their peace was disturbed. 8), who had stayed six months at Bethlehem, and says that John had entrusted to Jerome and his brother the charge of the parish of Bethlehem
Dates (2) - This massacre, quite in keeping with the growing cruelty and suspicion of Herod, who had recently procured the murder of his two sons, Alexander and Aristobulus, was secretly carried out and seemingly of small extent, not being mentioned by Josephus, and being apparently limited to children to whom the star which the Magi saw in the east, at least six months before, might have reference. The date of the Annunciation is given in Luke 1:26 as ἐν δὲ τῷ μηνὶ τῷ ἕκτῳ—‘in the sixth month,’ which is generally referred to Luke 1:36 οὖτος μὴν ἔκτος ἐστὶν αὐτῇ, κ. , ‘this month is sixth with her,’ but which may with equal probability refer to the sixth month of the Jewish calendar, Elul, or to both dates, both terms of six months running concurrently. six months from the latter date would give a day in March as the date of the Annunciation and a date in December for the Nativity; but six months from the former date would give Elul, or the sixth month of the Jewish year, beginning about Sept. The Baptism of Jesus might be settled, but not very approximately, by (1) the statement (Luke 3:23) that He was ὡσεὶ ἐτῶν τριάκοντα ἀρχόμενος (at the beginning of His ministry); (2) the date of the Baptist’s preaching, Luke 3:1 ‘Now in the fifteenth year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar … the word of God came unto John the son of Zacharias in the wilderness’; and (3) by the retort of the Jews in John 2:20 ‘Forty and six years was this temple in building
Hell - The word Sheol occurs sixty-five times in the Hebrew Bible. sixty-four times it simply transliterates the word as Sheol . The “depths of Sheol” are mentioned six times ( Deuteronomy 32:22 ; Psalm 86:13 ; Proverbs 9:18 ; Proverbs 15:24 ; Isaiah 7:11 ; Isaiah 14:15 )
Ste'Phen, - " (Acts 7:55 ) He shot far ahead of his six companions, and far above his particular office
Deacon, Deaconess - The word group consists of diakoneo [1] (occurring thirty-six times in the New Testament) meaning to serve or support; diakonia [2] (occurring thirty-three times in the New Testament) meaning service, support, or ministry; and diakonos [3] (occurring twenty-nine times in the New Testament), meaning server, servant, or deacon
Darius - Darius Hystaspes with six Persian chiefs overthrew the impostor and became king 521 B. in the sixth year of Darius (Ezra 6:15), in 516 B
Army - The Roman army was divided into legions, each under six tribunes ("chief captains," chiliarchs, Acts 21:31), who commanded in turn
Ezra - " In six months after his arrival he effected the purification of the holy nation from foreign admixture by causing 17 priests, 10 Levites, and 86 of other tribes, to put away alien wives
Jehovah - Jahaveh or Υahaveh is probahly the correct form (the vowel pointing in Jehovah is derived from Α-d-o-n-ay ) from the substantive verb haawah (found only six times in the Bible; obsolete in Moses' time; retained in Chaldee and Syriac from a time anterior to the division of the Semitic languages), for the more modern haayah , to be; a proof of the great antiquity of the name: "I AM THAT I AM" is the key of the name (Exodus 3:14), expressing unchanging Being
Slave/Servant - A Hebrew sold to another Hebrew or a resident alien because of insolvency was to be released after six years of service and given provisions to start over
Sadducees - Jewish group mentioned in three different contexts in the Synoptic Gospels (Mark 12:18 ; [1]; Matthew 3:7 ; 16:1-12 ) and six in Acts (4:1; 5:17; 23:6-8)
Galilee, Sea of - Its length is about 13 miles, its breadth is about five or six
Leaven - During the inactive stage the cells are isolated, but in an actively fermenting medium they occur in groups or families, organically united and consisting of from two to six or eight members in varying stages of development
Jephthah - Jephthah died after judging six years, and was buried among his people, the Gileadites, in one of their cities
Ass - six different Hebrew words and two Greek words lie behind the English translations
Germanus, Saint, Bishop of Auxerre - He went to Rome, studied for the bar, practised as an advocate before the tribunal of the prefect, on his return married a lady named Eustachia, and rose to be one of the six dukes of Gaul, each of whom governed a number of provinces (Gibbon, ii
Shimei - Son of Zacchur, a Simeonite (1 Chronicles 4:26-27); he had 16 sons and six daughters
Maronites - ...
One body of these non-conforming Maronites retired into the valleys of Piedmont, where they joined the Waldenses; another, above six hundred in number, with a bishop and several ecclesiastics at their head, fled into Corsica, and implored the protection of the Republic of Genoa against the violence of the inquisitors
Eutychius - He was six hours distributing the communion, as all wished to receive from his own hands
Tabor - At about two or three furlongs within the plain, and six miles from Nazareth, rises this singular mount, which is almost entirely insulated, its figure representing a half sphere
Nineveh - In the books of Jonah, and Nahum it is described as an immense city, three days' journey in circuit, containing more than one hundred and twenty thousand young children, or probably six hundred thousand souls. The mounds chiefly explored lie at three corners of a trapezium about eighteen miles long, and twelve miles wide, and nearly sixty in circumference, thus confirming the ancient accounts of its vast extent
Pleroma - ’...
six important passages remain; they may be classified according as ‘the plenitude Divine’ is said to be ( a ) in Christ, ( b ) imparted by Christ to His Church, ( c ) imparted to believers
Phoeni'ce, Phoenic'ia -
What may be termed Phoenicia proper was a narrow undulating plain, extending from the pass of Ras el-Beyad or Abyad , the Promontorium Album of the ancients, about six miles south of Tyre, to the Nahr el-Auly , the ancient Bostrenus, two miles north of Sidon
Phar'Isees, - Their number reached more than six thousand under the Herods
Punishments - There are altogether thirty six or thirty seven cases in the Pentateuch in which this formula is used
Leaven - During the inactive stage the cells are isolated, but in an actively fermenting medium they occur in groups or families, organically united and consisting of from two to six or eight members in varying stages of development
Create, Creation - ...
Second, compressed into six days of work there are eight creative Acts, each introduced by the formula, wayyomer elohim, "And/Then God said. Furthermore, while in the first passage creation is described as a six-day task, in the second the only indication as to how long it takes is given in 2:4: "When the Lord God made the earth and the heavens. This Sabbath, which marks the end of the week of Genesis 1:1-2:3 but not the cessation of the Father's works, is apparently considered by Jesus to coincide with all of history after the six days of Genesis 1 . The accomplishments of the first six days of that week, which are described in parallel triads, remedy the conditions of formlessness and emptiness described in verse 2
Work - Every aspect of this activity is described by this word: “For in six days the Lord made heaven and earth …” ( six working days; but on the sabbath it shall be opened, and in the day of the new moon it shall be opened” ( David - six of his brothers are named in Scripture, 1 Chronicles 2:13-15; of the other, we know only the fact of his existence, 1 Samuel 17:12; and it is needless to mention the conjectures which have been formed of him. But Abner was murdered by Joab, David's nephew and commander-in-chief, a man too powerful to be punished; and shortly after Ish-bosheth was assassinated by two of his officers; and then the nation was reunited; and David reigned over the kingdom of Israel; seven years and six months having elapsed since he had taken the crown of Judah
Patriarchs, the - ...
Although advanced in years, Abraham married a woman named Keturah, who bore him six children. ...
Jacob's relationships with his wives were complicated when Leah gave birth to a total of six sons and a daughter (Genesis 30:20-21 ), whereas Rachel remained childless for years
Tabernacle - The holy place was separated from the outer court which enclosed the tabernacle by a curtain, which hung over the six pillars which stood at the east end of the tabernacle, and by which it was entered. ...
Round about the tabernacle was a court, enclosed by curtains hung upon sixty pillars (Exodus 27:9-18 )
Hazor - The city was clearly rebuilt at the time of Solomon, evidenced by the characteristiclly Solomonic gate structures, that is, casehymate walls and a six-chamber gatehouse (three on each side) with two square towers
Impostors - 744
Benedict Levita (Benedict the Deacon), author of a forged collection of documents (848-850)
Leotardus and Wilgardus, in the 11th century
the Anabaptist John of Leyden (John Bokelzoon), who flourished in 1533 and who was possibly insane
the Pseudo-Isidore (Isidore Mercator), author of a whole series of apocrypha, including the False Decretals
Paulua Tigrinus, pretended Patriarch of Constantinople, who deceived Pope Clement VII
the Franciscan friar, James of Jülich, who performed all the functions of a bishop without having received consecration
several individuals contemporary with and imitative of Saint Joan of Arc
Sir John Oldcastle, the Wycliffite, possibly deluded
those connected with the veneration of the ashes of Richard Wyche (burned 1440)
Johann Bohm, the Hussite, possibly a mere tool
Jack Cade, whose rebellion, however, was of no religious significance any more than that of Wat Tyler
Lambert Simnel (1487)
Perkin Warbeck (1497)
Numerous other secular pretenders to royal thrones include ...
Alexis Comnenus
the false Baldwin
the impersonator of Frederick II
after the death of Sebastian of Portugal, a whole series of pretenders to the throne
The "false Demetrius," however, was never proved to be an impostor; the six impersonators of Louis XVII were unquestionably such
Zebulun - According to OT tradition, Zebulun was the tenth son of Jacob, and the sixth of Leah ( Genesis 30:20 E [7] meaning of zabâlu , however, ‘carry,’ ‘exalt,’ affords a more suitable rendering for this isolated use of the Hebrew verb, for the remark, ‘Now will my husband dwell with me,’ appears rather gratuitous and pointless after she had borne him six sons
Devote, Devoted - Israel met with defeat at Ai because Achan kept some of this spoil (Joshua 7:1-5 ), and thirty-six men were killed
Jewish Parties in the New Testament - They were the most numerous of the groups, although Josephus stated that they numbered only about six thousand
Ephesus - Due to the accumulation of silt deposited by the river, the present site of the city is approximately five to six miles inland
Ship - A modern ship, if the weather is not very boisterous, will sail within six points of the wind
Sabbath - It is said that among the Jews there was a tradition not to walk more than six Stadia, or seven hundred and fifty paces, on the Sabbath day—that is, somewhat less than one of our miles
Bless - …” six times the verb is used to denote profanity, as in Job 1:5: “It may be that my sons have sinned, and cursed God in their hearts
Captain - The legion consisting normally of 6000 men, the six tribuni took command for two months in turn
Samuel, Second Book of - He committed his way unto the Lord, asked to which of the cities he should go, and was content to reign in Hebron seven years and six months, until God's time was come for him to reign over the whole of the tribes
Shewbread - Each cake contained two tenths of an ephah, about six pounds and a quarter, of fine flour
Land - 20:11: “For in six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that in them is, and rested the seventh day
Protestant - Against this decree, six Lutheran princes, namely, John and George, the electors of Saxony and Brandenburg, Ernest and Francis, the two dukes of Lunenburg, the landgrave of Hesse, and the prince of Anhalt, with the deputies of thirteen imperial towns, namely, Strasburg, Ulm, Nuremberg, Constance, Rottingen, Windsheim, Memmingen, Nortlingen, Lindaw, Kempten, Hailbron, Wissemburg, and St
Nazareth - ]'>[1] ‘the Nazaraean,’ or ‘Nazarene,’ is found six times in Acts; while the followers of Jesus are once called ‘the Nazarenes’ (οἱ Ναζωραῖοι, Acts 24:5)
Grape - This peculiarity seems to be confined to those in this neighbourhood; for at the distance of only six miles to the south, is the rivulet and valley called Escohol, celebrated in Scripture for its fertility, and for producing very large grapes
Passover - The day following, being the fifteenth, reckoned from six o'clock of the preceding evening, was the grand feast of the Passover, which continues seven days, usually called "the days of unleavened bread," or "the Passover," Luke 22:1 ; but only the first and the seventh day were peculiarly solemn, Leviticus 23:5-8 Numbers 28:16,17 Matthew 26:17
Synagogue - ...
The stated office-bearers in every synagogue were ten, forming six distinct classes
ba'Bel - Of these by far the most striking is the vast ruin called the Birs-Nimrud , which many regard as the tower of Babel, situated about six miles to the southwest of Hillah
Marcus, a Gnostic - Marcus found in Scripture and in Nature repeated examples of the occurrence of his mystical numbers four six eight ten twelve thirty
Proterius, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria - Dionysius, returning, expelled Timotheus; and the latter's partisans in revenge rushed to the house of Proterius, and after besetting him for some time in the adjacent church of Quirinus, ran him through with a sword in its baptistery, and he died under many wounds with six of his clerics
City of Refuge - Among these were six cities known as cities of refuge (Numbers 35:6-7). ...
Nazareth - ]'>[1] ‘the Nazaraean,’ or ‘Nazarene,’ is found six times in Acts; while the followers of Jesus are once called ‘the Nazarenes’ (οἱ Ναζωραῖοι, Acts 24:5)
Number - ...
six, Twelve , and multiples are specially frequent in reference to time: 12 months, and its half, six months, 12 hours, sixth hour, etc. Or, again, if ‘seven’ is sacred, to pronounce a formula seven times must be more effective than to pronounce it six or eight times
Zechariah, the Book of - "...
The sixth vision (Zechariah 5:1-11) is the curse upon a flying roll, recorded against sin, over Judaea primarily and ultimately the whole earth; it shall extirpate the fraudulent and perjurers; compare in Zechariah's time Nehemiah 13:10; Zechariah 11:13-149; Malachi 3:8. ...
The difference in style between the earlier and the last chapters (Zechariah 9-14) is due to the difference of subject: the first eight being symbolical, occasionally oratorical and practical, the last six transporting the prophet into the glorious future; the style of the latter is naturally therefore more elevated. ...
It is not necessary for unity of authorship that the introductory formulas of the first eight chapters should occur in the last six. The non-reference in the last six chapters to the completion of the temple, and to the Jews' restoration after captivity, is just what we should expect if those chapters were written long after the completion of the temple, and restoration of the Jews' polity, under different circumstances from the former eight chapters
Temple - Seven years and six months were occupied in the erection of the superb and magnificent temple of Solomon, by whom it was dedicated, A. But though Herod accomplished his original design in the time above specified, yet the Jews continued to ornament and enlarge it, expending the sacred treasure in annexing additional buildings to it; so that they might with great propriety assert, that their temple had been forty and six years in building, John 2:20 . There were, continues the Jewish historian, in that building, several stones which were forty-five cubits in length, five in height, and six in breadth
Pharaoh - The result was that a party was conducted in 1881 to Dier el-Bahari, near Thebes, when the wonderful discovery was made of thirty-six mummies of kings, queens, princes, and high priests hidden away in a cavern prepared for them, where they had lain undisturbed for thirty centuries. When this mummy was unwound "once more, after an interval of thirty-six centuries, human eyes gazed on the features of the man who had conquered Syria and Cyprus and Ethiopia, and had raised Egypt to the highest pinnacle of her power. During his sojourn in Midian, however, Rameses died, after a reign of sixty-seven years, and his body embalmed and laid in the royal sepulchre in the Valley of the Tombs of Kings beside that of his father
Daniel, the Book of - In the first six chapters, which are historical, he does not mention himself in the first person, for in these the events, not the person, are prominent (compare Isaiah 7:3; Isaiah 20:2). In the last six, which are prophetical, wherein his divine commission needed to be shown, he comes forward personally as the writer
Thessalonians, the Epistles to the - He must have written at Corinth during his one year and six months' stay (Acts 18:11, namely, beginning with the autumn A. 54), probably six months after his first epistle A
Weights And Measures - The common cubit was six hand-breadths in length, the sacred cubit, seven. ]'>[8] ...
The subdivisions of the cubit were the span, equalling half a cubit; the palm or hand-breadth, one-sixth of a cubit; and the digit or finger-breadth, one twenty-fourth of a cubit. The multiples in common use were the fathom, consisting of four cubits, and the reed, of six cubits
Creation - The most remarkable formal feature of the record is a somewhat artificial but carefully planned and symmetrical arrangement of the eight works under a scheme of six days. There is an obviously designed, though not quite complete, correspondence between the two series: (1) light || ( Genesis 1:5 ) luminaries; (2) waters and firmament || ( Genesis 1:6 ) fishes and fowls; (3) dry land || ( Genesis 1:7-8 ) terrestrial animals; (4) trees and grasses, and (on the sixth day) the appointment of these as the food of men and animals. The significance of the six days’ scheme is revealed in the closing verses ( Genesis 1:1-3 ), where the resting of the Creator on the seventh day is regarded as the antitype and sanction of the Jewish Sabbath-rest
Daniel, Book of - ...
The book divides itself into two portions: the first six chapters give Daniel's intercourse with the great monarchs; and the latter six chapters the visions and revelations made to Daniel himself
Sabbatical Year - In Exodus 21:2-6 it is laid down that a Hebrew slave can be kept in bondage only for six years
Conquest of Canaan - The Israelite force marched around the city once a day for six days
Vision(s) - The first six chapters are historical narratives in which the God-given ability to interpret dreams and visions plays an important role (Daniel 1:17 )
Deliver, Deliverance, Deliverer - In six other places it is translated "make free," John 8:32,36 ; Romans 6:18,22 ; 8:2 ; Galatians 5:1 , RV, "set free
Sabbath - In the Genesis story of creation, God ceased from his work of creation after six days, then rested on the seventh (Genesis 2:1-3)
Manna - It exudes in May for about six weeks from the trunk and branches in hot weather, and forms small round white grains
Church, Gallican - There were in this kingdom eighteen archbishops, one hundred and eleven bishops, one hundred and sixty-six thousand clergymen, and three thousand four hundred convents, containing two thousand persons devoted to a monastic life. One hundred and thirty-eight bishops and arch-bishops, sixty-eight curates or vicars, were on this account driven from their sees and parishes
Nonconformists - For the first offence the penalty was three months imprisonment, or pay five pounds; for the second offence, six months imprisonment, or ten pounds; and for the third offence, to be banished to some of the American plantations for seven years, or pay one hundred pounds; and in case they returned, to suffer death without benefit of clergy. and the revolution, which amounted to sixty thousand
Covenant, Book of the - The service of a slave cannot last beyond six years unless with his own consent, and then his determination to remain in slavery is sealed by a solemn act
Gad - ]'>[2] gives six cities to the Reubenites, But in Joshua 13:15 ff
Colossae - Five or six years afterwards, St
Antonius - six months after the death of his parents, being then 18 years of age, he chanced to hear in church the words "If thou wilt be perfect," etc
Angel - ...
On the other hand it is alleged, that they must have been created within the six days; because it is said, that within this space God made heaven and earth, and all things that are therein. As to the time of their fall, we are certain it could not be before the sixth day of the creation, because on that day it is said, "God saw every thing that he had mad, and behold it was very good;" but that it was not long after, is very probable, as it must have preceded the fall of our first parents
Weights And Measures - In Ezekiel 41:8 is the expression, 'a full reed of six great cubits. By adding a sixth to any of the above measurements they will correspond to the great cubit
a'Braham - After Isaac's marriage with Rebekah and his removal to Lahai-roi, Abraham took to wife Keturah, by whom he had six children, Zimran, Jokshan, Medan, Midian, Ishbok and Shuah, who became the ancestors of nomadic tribes inhabiting the countries south and southeast of Palestine
Conflagration - The cosmogony of an ancient Etrurian, preserved by Suidas, limits the duration of the universe to a period of twelve thousand years; six thousand of which passed in the production of the visible world, before the formation of man
Eclipse - In any year, the number of eclipses of both luminaries cannot be less than two, and these will both be of the sun, nor more than seven: the usual number is four; and it is very rare to have more than six. Hence it appears, that the darkness which "overspread the whole land of Judea," at the time of our Lord's crucifixion, was preternatural, "from the sixth until the ninth hour," or from noon till three in the afternoon, in its duration, and also in its time, about full moon, when the moon could not possibly eclipse the sun
Palm Tree - The leaves, when the tree has grown to a size for bearing fruit, are six or eight feet long, are very broad when spread out, and are used for covering the tops of houses, &c. Gibbon, "celebrated, either in verse or prose, the three hundred and sixty uses to which the trunk, the branches, the leaves, the juice, and the fruit, were skilfully applied
David - The jealousy of Saul, however, at length drove him to seek refuge in the wilderness of Judea; where he soon gathered a band of six hundred men, whom he kept in perfect control and employed only against the enemies of the land
Paradise - ’ The Rabbis developed a transcendental doctrine of Paradise, holding that it was one of the seven things (sometimes six), created before the world (Ber
Elisha - By God’s direction Elijah passed on the unfinished task to Elisha (2 Kings 5:1-143; 1 Kings 19:19), whose ministry lasted through the reigns of six Israelite kings
Jacob - ...
Upon completion of the second seven years, Jacob decided to work an additional six years
Feasts - ...
Feast of Harvest (Pentecost)...
After the Feast of Unleavened Bread, the people returned home and for the next six weeks were busy harvesting, first the barley and then the wheat
Meletius, Bishop of Antioch - He pacified the Meletians by handing the churches over to them, and the animosity of the two parties was for the time allayed by the six principal presbyters binding themselves by oath to use no effort to secure consecration for themselves when either Paulinus or Meletius should die, but to permit the survivor to retain the see undisturbed
Isidorus, Archbaptist of Seville - They were signed by the six metropolitan archbishops of Spain. As he felt his end approaching he distributed his goods lavishly among the poor, and is said to have spent the whole day for six months in almsgiving. " The whole period (after an idea common in Augustine) is divided into six ages, ending with Noah, Abraham, Samuel, Zedekiah, Julius Caesar, Heraclius. —A mystical treatment of numbers from one to sixty, omitting some after twenty
Babel - Smith regarded as the tower of Babel) six miles S. of Hillah, and six from the Euphrates, is the most remarkable, 153 1/2 ft. square; the sixth 62 ft. Hence, some guess that Nabonassar was her son or husband, Mardocempalus, the fourth king after him, is the Merodach or Berodach Baladan of Scripture; he reigned twice first for 12 years, contemporaneously with the Assyrian Sargon, and the second time for six months only. Then one Acises reigned a month, and Merodach Baladan held the throne six months, and was then supplanted by Belibus whom Sennacherib made his viceroy for three years and then placed his oldest son Aparanadius on the throne
Israel - six Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Issachar, and Zebulun are said to be the sons of Leah. Rachel means ‘ewe,’ and these tribes, though kindred to the other six, possessed a different totem. ]'>[10] ; six) Moses led them out, and by Divine aid they escaped across the Red Sea. ]'>[1] account, the Israelites marched around the city once a day for six days
Polycarp - If, as we shall see, Polycarp was eighty-six years old when he died in 155, his birth must be dated a. 3): ‘Swear the oath, and I will release thee; revile the Christ’; to which Polycarp replied: ‘Fourscore and six years have I been His servant (ὀγδοήκοντα καὶ ἒξ ἔτη δουλεύω αὐτῷ), and He hath done me no wrong. How then can I blaspheme my King who saved me?’ We conclude from these words that Polycarp was eighty-six years old at the time of his martyrdom, not that he had been a Christian for eighty-six years (Harnack, Chronologie, i
Scripture, Unity And Diversity of - Study of the nature of the relationship of the sixty-six canonical books of the Bible. The foundation of the unity of the Bible is the belief that the sixty-six books of the Bible encode God's self-disclosure of himself and his will to his creation
Mary Magdalene - Solomon has the same scars also: "These six things doth the Lord hate. Now, what are your seven scars? What are your seven abominations in your heart? What are the six things, yea seven, in your heart that the Lord hates? It is almost our whole salvation to ask and to answer that question
Synagogue - The congregation were divided, men on one side, women on the other a low partition, five or six feet high, running between them. The third, sixth and ninth hours were in the times of the New Testament, (Acts 3:1 ; 10:3,9 ) and had been probably for some time before, (Psalm 55:17 ; Daniel 6:10 ) the fixed times of devotion. The transfer of the sanctity of the Sabbath to the Lord's day involved a corresponding change in the order of the week, and the first, the fourth the sixth became to the Christian society what the other days had been to the Jewish
Psalms the Book of - The following description of the book is given in Rice's Our sixty-six Sacred Books: The book of Psalms in the Hebrew Bible was the first of the third division called Kʾthubim, or "Writings
Hebrew - In addition six letters, beth, gimel, daleth, kaph, pe, and taw presumably had both soft and hard pronunciations depending on whether the letter was preceded by a vowel sound. Some of the most important inscriptional evidence includes the Gezer calendar (tenth century), the Hazor ostraca (ninth century), the Samaria ostraca (early eighth century), the Siloam inscription (late eighth century), Yavneh-yam ostracon (late seventh century), jar handles from Gibeon (late seventh century), the Lachish ostracon (early sixth century), and the Arad ostraca (late seventh and early sixth centuries)
Hour - A puzzling element is introduced in chapter six, however
Reuben - ]'>[2] ) to have included six cities, which appear to have formed a sort of enclave within Gadite territory
Sacrifices in the Old Testament - In addition to the restitution proper, which was taxed at six-fifths of the value of the thing concerned, a guilt-sacrifice had to be offered
Old Testament, Sacrifices in the - In addition to the restitution proper, which was taxed at six-fifths of the value of the thing concerned, a guilt-sacrifice had to be offered
le'Vites - The reverence of the people for them was to be heightened by the selection of six of these as cities of refuge
Nineveh - "After having ruled for more than six hundred years with hideous tyranny and violence, from the Caucasus and the Caspian to the Persian Gulf, and from beyond the Tigris to Asia Minor and Egypt, it vanished like a dream" (Nahum 2:6-11 )
Elijah - ...
Some six years after this he warned Ahab and Jezebel of the violent deaths they would die (1 Kings 21:19-24 ; 22:38 )
Send - 17, whereas apostello is used six times
Arms - 1 Kings 10:16-17; "six hundred shekels of gold went to one target" (tzinnah ), but" three pounds of gold went to one shield" (mageen ); the greater weight required for the tzinnah shows its larger size
Lord's Day - Of the other six days none so naturally suggested itself as the first
Freedom - Consequently, the Law stipulates that a person can only be used as a slave for six years
Hosea - His first prophecy announces the coming overthrow of Jehu's house, fulfilled after Jeroboam's death, which the prophecy precedes, in Zachariah, Jeroboam's son, who was the fourth and last in descent from Jehu, and conspired against by Shallum after a six months' reign (2 Kings 15:12)
Lazarus - six days before it began (John 12:1 ), He reached Bethany, and despite the Sanhedrin’s decree He received a great ovation
Bible, Formation And Canon of - We have reason to feel full confidence when we accept the sixty-six books as God's inspired Word to us
Restore, Renew - ...
The figurative usage of "restore" falls into three areas with only about six passages to consider
Galilee - After Herod the Great's death Herod Antipas governed Galilee until six years after Christ's crucifixion
High Priest (2) - No fewer than six of the high priests of the Herodian period are known to have been of his family
Mary - ...
Mary appears a third time six days before the Passover, when Jesus was entertained in the house of Simon the Leper at Bethany, and she came in during the feast and anointed His feet (John 12:1-11; cf
Dereliction - About three o’clock in the afternoon, when Jesus had hung for six hours on the cross, the bystanders were startled by a loud cry from the meek Sufferer: Eli, Eli, lama ‘ăzabhtâni,* Proverbs, Book of - There are six sets of four things:...
Four generations that are evil
Set - ) A series of as many games as may be necessary to enable one side to win six
Habakkuk - It may be divided into six sections, the first four containing two dialogues between Jahweh and the prophet, while the last two contain confident declarations springing from and expanding the Divine reply
Man - ...
According to Linnxus and Buffon, there are six different species among mankind. The Europeans may be considered as the sixth and last variety of the human kind, whose features we need not describe
Alaric - 24), the city was in the hands of the Goths for six days, during three of which the sack was continued
Temple, the - It was formed after the pattern of the tabernacle, being a rectangle of sixty cubits by twenty, and its height thirty cubits: the holy of holies was a cube of twenty cubits; the holy (place) was forty cubits by twenty, with a porch in front of ten cubits by twenty. Cyrus ordered the foundations to be strongly laid, and its height was to be sixty cubits, and its breadth sixty cubits. Probably it was the same size as the temple by Solomon: the breadth here of sixty cubits being its 'length,' and its width not mentioned; or, if the sixty cubits be the width, it may have included the chambers. The Jews said it was forty-six years in building
Maronites - One body of these non-conforming Maronites retired into the valleys of Piedmont, where they joined the Waldenses; another, above six hundred in number, with a bishop, and several ecclesiastics at their head, flew into Corsica, and implored the protection of the republic of Genoa, against the violence of the inquisitors
Lebanon - Burckhardt, who crossed Mount Libanus in 1810, counted about thirty-six large ones, fifty of middle size, and about three hundred smaller and young ones: but more might exist in other parts of the mountain
Messiah - The Jews themselves allow, that, during this short war against the Romans in defence of this false messiah, they lost five or six hundred thousand souls
Jericho - During the first six days, the people continued in profound silence; but on the seventh Joshua commanded them to shout
Music - Asaph had four sons, Jeduthun six, and Heman fourteen. The sistrum was generally about sixteen or eighteen inches long, occasionally inlaid with silver, and being held upright, was shaken, the rings moving to and fro on the bars
Jacob - " ...
At the close of the fourteen years of service, Jacob desired to return to his parents, but at the entreaty of Laban he tarried yet six years with him, tending his flocks (31:41). While journeying from Bethel to Ephrath (the Canaanitish name of Bethlehem), Rachel died in giving birth to her second son Benjamin (35:16-20), fifteen or sixteen years after the birth of Joseph
Mary - ...
Mary appears a third time six days before the Passover, when Jesus was entertained in the house of Simon the Leper at Bethany, and she came in during the feast and anointed His feet (John 12:1-11; cf
Nectarius, Archbaptist of Constantinople - ...
six graceful letters from Nectarius remain in the correspondence of his illustrious predecessor Gregory
Luke, Gospel of - six weeks later, after giving further teaching and a final blessing, he departed from them (24:44-53)
Farming - After the six months dry season, at the end of which all the harvesting for the year was over, the farmers awaited the coming of the rains
Siricius, Bishop of Rome - Some six months after the death of Damasus, whose highly valued secretary he had been, Jerome had left Rome for ever
High Priest - Two onyx stones, each inscribed with the names of six tribes, clasped together on the shoulders the back and front pieces. The six first tally well to the six first kings, Amariah the sixth priest answering to Jehoshaphat the' sixth king from David; also the five last tally to the five last kings, Hilkiah son of Shallum, fourth from the end, tallying to Josiah, the fourth king from the end
Government of the Hebrews - God, in the character of King, had governed the Israelites for sixteen ages. 511, six years after the accession of Cyrus. Under the able conduct of Judas, surnamed Maccabeus, and his valiant brother, the Jews maintained a religious war for twenty-six years with five successive kings of Syria; and after destroying upward of two hundred thousand of their best troops, the Maccabees finally established the independence of their own country and the aggrandizement of their family. This illustrious house, whose princes united the regal and pontifical dignity in their own persons, administered the affairs of the Jews during a period of one hundred and twenty-six years; until, disputes arising between Hyrcanus II, and his brother Aristobulus, the latter was defeated by the Romans under Pompey, who captured Jerusalem, and reduced Judea to dependence, B
Joannes, Bishop of Antioch - He had been travelling without interruption for 30 days; he was now within five or six stages of Ephesus. After six audiences the emperor, weary of the fruitless strife, declared his final resolve. Soon after his return to Antioch John, accompanied by six bishops, visited the venerable Acacius of Beroea, whose sympathy in the controversy had greatly strengthened and consoled him. of Rome, sixtus, who had warmly embraced Cyril's cause, in a letter addressed to the prelates of the East in the interests of reunion, A. He also wrote a circular letter of communion addressed to pope sixtus, Cyril and Maximian (Labbe, iii
Rome - The entrance opens into six rooms which served for banking business, etc. Thirty-six pillars of brick covered with marble surrounded the central nave, and into this nave the galleries in the upper story opened. six noble ladies in Rome, vowed to single life, were appointed to guard this fire. The vestibule of the temple has six unfluted columns of EubCEan marble, 55 ft
Babylon - Cyrus afterward reviewed, at Babylon, the whole of his army, consisting of one hundred and twenty thousand horse, two thousand chariots, and six hundred thousand foot. " A wall, with sixteen bastions, is the only memorial of Apollonia. " On the opposite bank of the Tigris, where Ctesiphon its rival stood, beside fragments of walls and broken masses of brick work, and remains of vast structures encumbered with heaps of earth, there is one magnificent monument of antiquity "in a remarkably perfect state of preservation," "a large and noble pile of building, the front of which presents to view a wall three hundred feet in length, adorned with four rows of arched recesses, with a central arch, in span eighty-six feet, and above a hundred feet high, supported by walls sixteen feet thick, and leading to a hall which extends to the depth of a hundred and fifty-six feet," the width of the building. " From Rauwolff's testimony it appears that, in the sixteenth century, "there was not a house to be seen. Captain Mignan was accompanied by six Arabs, completely armed; but he "could not induce them to remain toward night, from the apprehension of evil spirits
Ezra, the Book of - The first part of Ezra (Ezra 1-6) describes the return from the captivity under Joshua and Zerubbabel, and the building of the temple; the enemy's obstructions; its advance through the prophets Haggai and Zechariah (Ezra 5:1-2; Ezra 6:14), and its completion in Darius Hystaspes' sixth year, 516 B. The first six chapters refer to the time before Ezra in which he is not mentioned. : possibly Haggai who supported him, for the title "the prophet" (Ezra 5:1; Ezra 6:14) is the one found also Haggai 1:1; Haggai 1:3; Haggai 1:12; Haggai 2:1; Haggai 2:10; so whereas Zechariah names Zerubbabel and Jeshua separately and without addition, the formula in Ezra 3:2; Ezra 3:8; Ezra 5:2, as in Haggai 1:1; Haggai 1:12; Haggai 1:14; Haggai 2:2; Haggai 2:4; Haggai 2:23, is "Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel and Jeshua the son of Jozadak"; compare also Ezra 5:1-2, with Haggai 1, also the older people's sorrowful regrets for the former temple in seeing the new one (Ezra 3:12; Haggai 2:3); both mark dates by the year of "Darius the king" (Ezra 4:24; Ezra 6:15; Haggai 1:1; Haggai 1:15; Haggai 2:10); also the phrase "Zerubbabel, Jeshua, and the remnant of their brethren" (Ezra 3:8; Haggai 1:12; Haggai 1:14); also Ezra 6:16 with Haggai 2:2; also "the work of the house of the Lord" (Ezra 3:8-9; Haggai 1:14); "the foundation of the temple was laid" (Ezra 3:6; Ezra 3:10-12; Haggai 2:18); "the house of the Lord" 25 times to six wherein Ezra uses "the temple of the Lord"; Haggai "the house" seven times to "the temple" twice
the Sower Who Went Forth to Sow - six days shalt thou read and write history, and biography, and philosophy, and poetry, and newspapers, and novels, but this is the Day the Lord has made. In that house, after the psalm and the scripture and the prayer, the head of the house remains on his knees for, say, five or six seconds after he utters the Amen. And come up here henceforth with that same good and honest heart that you have had created within you tonight, and you also will yet live to bring forth fruit thirty-fold, perhaps sixty-fold, and even an hundred-fold
Canaanites - The learned have not absolutely determined whether the nations proceeding from Canaan's other six sons should be reckoned among the inhabitants of the land of Canaan. However, they resisted with obstinate valour, and kept Joshua employed six years from the time of his passing the river Jordan, and entering Canaan, in the year B
Ireland - An island comprising the Irish Free State, a self-governing dominion of the British Empire; and Northern Ireland, or the six Counties (Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry, Tyrone, and the Parliamentary boroughs of Belfast and Londonderry) with a separate Parliament and executive government
Cloud, Cloud of the Lord - The remaining twenty-two New Testament occurrences of the word "cloud" appear in the context of theophany, and encompass six theologically crucial, eschatologically related events or visionary scenes in salvation history: (1) the pillar of cloud at the exodus, viewed as a type of Christian baptism in the time of eschatological fulfillment (1 Corinthians 10:1-2 ); (2) Jesus' transfiguration, as a foretaste of the kingdom of God, during which the Father appears and speaks in a cloud (Matthew 17:5 ; Mark 9:7 ; Luke 9:34 ); (3) Jesus' ascension, explained by the angels as a paradigm for his return (Acts 1:9 ); (4) the "mighty angel" descending from heaven wrapped in a cloud, announcing (against the eschatological backdrop of Daniel 12:7 ) that time should be no longer (Revelation 10:1 ); (5) the two resurrected witnesses ascending to heaven in a cloud, described in the context of the eschatological measuring of the temple of God (Revelation 11:12 ); and (6) Jesus' parousia, against the backdrop of Daniel 7:13 , as the Son of Man coming with/on/in a cloud/the clouds/the clouds of heaven (Matthew 24:30 ; 26:64 ; Mark 13:26 ; 14:62 ; Luke 12:54 ; 21:27 ; 1 Thessalonians 4:17 ; Revelation 1:7 ; 14:14-16 )
Corrupt, Verb And Adjective. Corruption, Corruptible, Incorruption, Incorruptible - 1, "utter or thorough corruption," referring in the NT to physical decomposition and decay, is used six times, five of which refer, negatively, to the body of God's "Holy One," after His death, which body, by reason of His absolute holiness, could not see "corruption," Acts 2:27,31 ; 13:34,35,37 ; once it is used of a human body, that of David, which, by contrast, saw "corruption," Acts 13:36
Exodus - ...
The Number Involved in the Exodus In our English Bibles Exodus 12:37 says, “And the children of Israel journeyed from Rameses to Succoth, about six hundred thousand on foot, that were men, besides children
Phoenice - " Phoenice proper was the narrow plain stretching from six miles S
Timothy - -Paul holds Timothy in the strongest affection, and associates him with himself in six of his Epistles (1 and 2 Thess
Unicorn - He is at least twelve feet in length, from the extremity of the snout to the insertion of the tail; six or seven feet in height, and the circumference of the body is nearly equal to its length
Furniture - The bed probably supported a mattress about six inches above the floor. ...
Beside the bed was a table measuring about fifty-eight inches by sixteen inches, supported by only three legs about ten inches above the floor
Education in Bible Times - He would spend at least a half day, six days a week for about five years, studying at the synagogue
Cattle - English translations use “cattle” for at least thirteen different Hebrew words and six Greek words
Sorcery - 101) uses this word to indicate the Magi, one of the six tribes of the Medes, who were probably a sacred priestly class, devoted to astrology, divination by dreams, and the practice of magic generally
Polygamy - ...
And as to the care of children when produced, and the sending of them into the world in situations in which they may be likely to form and bring up families of their own, upon which the increase and succession of the human species in a great degree depend, this is less provided for and less practicable, where twenty or thirty children are to be supported by the attention and fortunes of one father, than if they were divided into five or six families, to each of which were assigned the industry and inheritance of two parents
Book of Life - The actual phrase occurs in six passages only of the NT: Philippians 4:3, Nehemiah 12:22-23,; Revelation 13:8; Revelation 17:8; Revelation 20:12; Revelation 20:15; Revelation 21:27 (in Revelation 22:19 the evidence for the reading ‘book of life’ [1] instead of ‘tree of life’ [2] is negligible)
Gather - This verb can also refer to “gathering” food at harvest time, or “harvesting”: “And six years thou shalt sow thy land, and shalt gather in the fruits thereof” ( Pharisees - " Among the traditions thus sanctimoniously observed by the Pharisees, we may briefly notice the following: the washing of hands up to the wrist before and after meat, Matthew 15:2 ; Mark 7:3 ; which they accounted not merely a religious duty, but considered its omission as a crime equal to fornication, and punishable by excommunication: the purification of the cups, vessels, and couches used at their meals by ablutions or washings, Mark 7:4 ; for which purpose the six large water pots mentioned by St
Elisha - But Elisha with vehemence said, "If thou hadst smitten five or six times, then thou hadst smitten Syria until thou hadst consumed it; whereas now thou shalt smite Syria only thrice
Psalms, the Book of - In this way they have been divided into six classes
Sabbath - God having created the world in six days, "rested" on the seventh, Genesis 2:2,3 ; that is, he ceased from producing new beings in this creation; and because he had rested on it, he "blessed" or sanctified it, and appointed it in a peculiar manner for his worship
Joannes (520), Monk And Author - At a village six miles from Rhosus, in the seventh indiction (i
Petrus, Saint, Archbaptist of Alexandria - (5) Those who to evade trial of their constancy feigned epilepsy promised conformity in writing or put forward pagans to throw incense on the altar in their stead must do penance for six months more although some of them had already been received to communion by some of the steadfast confessors
Reccared - The names of at least six shew their Gothic descent
Noah - Dei, 15) notices that the ark's proportions are those of the human figure, the length from sole to crown six times the width across the chest, and ten times the depth of the recumbent figure measured from the ground. The simplicity of the history, the death of all in whose nostrils was the breath of life, and the six times mention of the rescue of the favored few, impress one with the feeling of the completeness of the desolation and the special grace which saved the eight. six days and nights the storm overwhelmed, on the seventh the storm was calmed
Judges (1) - Thereupon the Israelites assemble, and resolve to punish the Benjamites; as a result, the entire tribe, with the exception of six hundred men who manage to escape to the wilderness, is annihilated. Although six hundred men have survived, it appears inevitable that the tribe of Benjamin must die out, for the Israelites had sworn not to let their daughters marry Benjamites; this causes great distress in Israel. ]'>[4] Of the twelve Judges dealt with, seven are of Quite subordinate importance, little more than a bare mention of them being recorded; they are: Othniel ( Judges 3:7-11 ), who delivers the children of Israel from Cushan-rishathaim, king of Mesopotamia; he is mentioned incidentally in Judges 1:13 as marrying the daughter of Caleb; Shamgar ( Judges 3:31 ), of whom nothing more is said than that he killed six hundred Philistines; Tola ( Judges 10:1-2 ); Jair ( Judges 10:3-5 ); Ibzan ( Judges 12:8-10 ); Elon ( Judges 12:11-12 ); and Abdon ( Judges 12:13-15 )
Mahometanism - Mahomet was born in the reign of Anushirwan the Just, emperor of Persia, about the end of the sixth century of the Christian era. These men were six chief companions, who, with a few more, were converted in the space of three years: at the end of which Mahomet having as he hoped, a sufficient interest to support him, made his mission no longer a secret, but gave out that God had commanded him to admonish his near relations; and in order to do it with more convenience and prospect of success, he directed Ali to prepare an entertainment and invited the sons and descendants of Abd'almotalleb, intending then to open his mind to them. And accordingly, in the fifth year of the prophet's mission, sixteen of them, four of whom were women, fled into Ethiopia; and among them Othman Ebn Affan, and his wife Rakiah, Mahomet's daughter. In the sixth year of his mission, Mahomet had the pleasure of seeing his party strengthened by the conversion of his uncle Hamza, a man of great valour and merit; and of Omar Ebn al Kattab, a person highly esteemed, and once a violent opposer of the prophet. On the death of these two persons, the Koreish began to be more troublesome than ever to their prophet, and especially some who had formerly been his intimate friends; insomuch that he found himself obliged to seek for shelter elsewhere, and first pitched upon Tayef, about sixty miles east from Mecca, for the place of his retreat. However, Mahomet was not wanting to himself; but boldly continued to preach to the public assemblies at the pilgrimage, and gained several proselytes; and among them six of the inhabitants of Yathreb, of the Jewish tribe of Khazraj; who, on their return home, failed not to speak much in recommendation of their new religion, and exhorted their fellow-citizens to embrace the same. In the sixth year of the Hegira he set out with 1400 men to visit the temple of Mecca, not with any intent of committing hostilities, but in a peaceable manner. ...
About twenty-eight of the idolaters were killed by a party under the command of Khaled; but this happened contrary to Mahomet's orders, who, when he entered the town, pardoned all the Koreish on their submission, except only six men and four women, who were more obnoxious than ordinary, (some of them having apostatized, ) and were solemnly prescribed by the prophet himself: but of these no more than one man and one woman were put to death, the rest obtaining pardon on their embracing Mahometanism, and one of the women making her escape. The Mahometans divide their religion into two general parts, faith and practice, of which the first is divided into six distinct branches: Belief in God, in his angels, in his Scriptures, in his prophets, in the resurrection and final judgment, and in God's absolute Decrees
Seceders - After three day's warm reasoning on this affair, the synod, by a majority of six, found him censurable; against which sentence he protested, and appealed to the next general assembly. They are erected into six different presbyteries, united in one general synod, which commonly meets at Edinburgh in May and September
Economic Life - ...
The semi-tropical climate of Palestine includes a hot, dry summer and autumn during which no rains fall for six months. This was regulated by the law so that the normal term of slavery or indenture was no more than six years
Will - It occurs outside the Gospels six times in a bad sense, twice in a good sense, and twice neutral; in the Gospels, however, out of six instances only one is bad
Ten Commandments - Thus the first four commandments are primarily in relation to God while the remaining six have to do with human relationships. But it is clear that the four cannot be separated from the six, nor vice-versa. As several modern versions indicate, the King James Version's "Thou shalt not kill" is too broad to convey the sense of the Hebrew of the sixth command
Locust - ...
The insect moults six times, but the principal stages of its development are only two—larva and imago (perfect state). At last, at their sixth moulting, which takes place from six to seven weeks after their coming out of the egg, locusts attain to their perfect state, and, unfolding their wings, fly through the air, producing what travellers describe as ‘a hissing or a buzzing noise
Scripture - See Rice's Our sixty-six Sacred Books for further account of the text, versions, etc. —The following statements are from Rice's Our sixty-six Sacred Books: The Bible and portions of the Scriptures are printed in 367 versions and 287 dialects, according to the American Bible Society reports (founded 1816)
Locust - ...
The insect moults six times, but the principal stages of its development are only two—larva and imago (perfect state). At last, at their sixth moulting, which takes place from six to seven weeks after their coming out of the egg, locusts attain to their perfect state, and, unfolding their wings, fly through the air, producing what travellers describe as ‘a hissing or a buzzing noise
Violence - " Three of Habakkuk's six uses of the term refer to violence done to the land (2:8,17 [6])
Palestine - Recent exploration has shown the territory on the west of Jordan alone to be six thousand square miles in extent, the size of the principality of Wales
Alexander, of Alexandria - Alexander's next step was to write to Arius and his supporters, including two bishops, five priests, and six deacons, exhorting them to renounce their "impiety"; and the majority of the clergy of Alexandria and the Mareotis, at his request, subscribed his letter
Greek Church - In the middle of the ninth century, the controversy relating to the procession of the Holy Ghost (which) had been started in the sixth century) became a point of great importance, on account of the jealousy and ambition which at that time were blended with it. They do not baptize their children till they are three, four, five, six, ten, nay, sometimes eighteen years of age: baptism is performed by trine immersion
Sheba - From these two sources forty-five royal names have become known, six kings having been called It’amara (see Sargon’s list of tributaries)
Jehoiada - Married, king Jehoram's daughter, sister of king Ahaziah, on whose death by Jehu's hands the queen mother Athaliah slew all the seed royal; but Jehosheba stole Joash the youngest son, and with her husband hid him in the house of God six years
Timothy, the Second Epistle to - Besides, Paul would not mention as a recent occurrence one that took place six or seven years before
Malachi, Theology of - six times in the book the people are urged to fear (revere, respect) the Lord and serve him wholeheartedly (1:6,14; 2:5; 3:5,16; 4:2)
Jesus, the Lord - During that period He visited Bethany to raise Lazarus, but again retired into the wilderness till six days before the Passover
Samaria - ) The oblong terraced hill in the center of a basinshaped, valley, a continuation of the Shethem valley, six miles N
Satan - "The winked one" six times; "the tempter" twice
Simeon - All went well for the first six chapters of the evangelical prophet
Millennium - In this time, in which the world will soon be filled with real Christians, and continue full by constant propagation to supply the place of those who leave the world, there will be many thousands born and live on the earth, to each one that has been born and lived in the preceeding six thousand years; so that, if they who shall be born in that thousand years shall be all, or most of them saved (as they will be, ) there will, on the whole, be many thousands of mankind saved to one that shall be lost
Shechem (1) - Joshua made "Shechem in Mount Ephraim" one of the six cities of refuge (Joshua 20:7)
Faithfulness - Paul we find the Apostle on no fewer than six different occasions calling upon his readers to ‘stand fast’: ‘stand fast in the faith’ (στήκετε, ‘stand firmly and faithfully,’ 1 Corinthians 16:13); ‘stand fast in the liberty’ (Galatians 5:1); ‘in one spirit’ (Philippians 1:27); ‘in the Lord’ (Philippians 4:1, 1 Thessalonians 3:8); ‘and hold the traditions which ye were taught’ (2 Thessalonians 2:15)
Proselytes - The proselytes of the gate were not bound to circumcision, only to the seven precepts of Noah, namely, the six said to have been given to Adam:...
(1) against idolatry,...
(2) blasphemy,...
(3) bloodshed,...
(4) uncleanness,...
(5) theft,...
(6) the precept of obedience to authorities, and...
(7) that given to Noah against "flesh with the blood"; but he had not the full Israelite privileges, he must not study the law nor redeem his firstborn
Poetry - A sacred choir was formed, himself at its head; then followed the three chief musicians, Asaph, Heman, and Jeduthun; then Asaph's four sons, Jeduthun's six, and Heman's 14
Head - It denotes the “first” in a temporal sequence: “And it came to pass in the six hundredth and first year, in the first month, the first day of the month …” ( je'Sus Christ - --Jesus Christ was born of the Virgin Mary, God being his father, at Bethlehem of Judea, six miles south of Jerusalem. The calculations were made by a learned monk, Dionysius Exiguus, in the sixth century, who made an error of four years; so that to get the exact date from the birth of Christ we must add four years to our usual dates; i
Nebuchadnezzar the Great - Hales thinks, in which he had this dream, he erected a golden statue, whose height was sixty cubits, and breadth six cubits, in the plains of Dura, in the province of Babylon
Dead Sea - Toward its southern extremity, however, in a contracted part of the lake, is a ford, about six miles over, made use of by the Arabs: in the middle of which they report the water to be warm; indicating the presence of warm springs beneath
Judah, Kingdom of - The covenant has six historical stages:...
(1) the family;...
(2) expanded into a nation...
(3) royalty;...
(4) the exile and return;...
(5) Messiah's advent and the church in troublous times:...
(6) His second advent and the church's and Israel's glory
Cloth, Clothing - ...
Weaving Biblical sources indicate that the raw materials were spun and woven into fabric sections about six feet in width and as long as necessary (Exodus 26:1-2 ,Exodus 26:1-2,26:7-8 )
Priest - God provided them houses and accommodations, by appointing forty-eight cities, six were appointed as cities of refuge for those who had committed casual and involuntary manslaughter
Joshua, Book of - six cities of refuge were appointed to which the man-slayer could flee
Philaster, Bishop of Brixia - Petersburg chapters on six heresies, omitted in previous eds
Purification (2) - Of the six books of the Mishna, the longest (Tohârôth) is devoted to the question of purification, and thirty chapters of this book deal with the cleansing of vessels
John the Baptist - His birth was six months before our Lord's
Theodoricus, the Ostrogoth - On his one recorded visit to Rome in 500, where he spent six months (An
Vigilantius - It was not written hastily, under provocation, such as he may have felt in leaving Bethlehem, but after the lapse of six or seven years
Prophet, Prophetess, Prophecy - Even though this call does not come until we are six chapters into the book, it is not to be concluded, as some interpreters have complained, that this was not Isaiah's original call, for part of the call of God was in the desperate spiritual vacuum that had grown up in Israel. ...
Another general designation for these servants of God is "man of God, " appearing over seventy-six times. )" The term is used in six out of a total of thirteen times in the Old Testament to refer to Samuel, with the only occurrence in the prophetic books proper coming in Isaiah 30:10 "They say to the seers, See no more visions!'" In 2 Kings 17:13 seer is used in parallelism with prophet, thus also showing the equation of the two terms
Millenarians - The tradition which fixes the duration of the world, in its present imperfect state, to six thousand years, and announces the approach of a Sabbath of one thousand years of universal peace and plenty, to be ushered in by the glorious advent of the Messiah, has been traced up to Elias, a rabbinical writer, who flourished about two centuries before the birth of Christ. "When these great events shall come to pass," says Bishop Newton, "of which we collect from the prophecies this to be the proper order,—the Protestant witnesses shall be greatly exalted, and the twelve hundred and sixty years of their prophesying in sackcloth, and of the tyranny of the beast, shall end together; the conversion and restoration of the Jews succeed; then follows the ruin of the Ottoman empire; and then the total destruction of Rome and of antichrist. It is, I conceive, to these great events, the fall of antichrist, the reestablishment of the Jews, and the beginning of the glorious millennium, that the three different dates in Daniel, of twelve hundred and sixty years, twelve hundred and ninety years, and thirteen hundred and thirty-five years, are to be referred. According to tradition, these thousand years of the reign of Christ and the saints will be the seventh millenary of the world; for, as God created the world in six days, and rested on the seventh, so the world, it is argued, will continue six thousand years, and the seventh thousand will be the great sabbatism, or holy rest of the people of God; one day being with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day,' 2 Corinthians 6:16-17 . John to leave out the court which is without the temple, and not to measure it, for this reason, because "it is given to the Gentiles; and the holy city shall they tread under foot forty and two months," Revelation 11:2 ; that is, they shall pollute and profane the worship and communion of the church during the one thousand two hundred and sixty years of antichrist's reign, so that it cannot be measured by the rule of God's word
Talmud - ...
The Mishna is divided into six Sedarim (Aram. The names of the six ‘Orders,’ which to some extent indicate their contents, are: Zera‘im (‘Seeds’), containing eleven treatises; Mo‘ed (‘Festival’), containing twelve treatises; Nashim (‘Women’), containing seven treatises; Nezikin (‘Injuries’), containing ten treatises [2]; Qodashim (‘Holy things’), containing eleven treatises; and Tohâroth (‘Purifications’), containing twelve treatises. ‘The fact that the Haggadah is much more prominent in Babli , of which it forms, according to Weiss, more than one-third, while it constitutes only one-sixth of Yerushalmi , was due, in a sense, to the course of the development of Hebrew literature
Canaan - ), comprising six chief tribes, the Hittites, Hivites, Amorites, Jebusites, Perizzites, and Girgashites; to which the Canaanites (in the narrow sense) being added make up the mystic number seven. of the Dead Sea, had but six cities (Joshua 15:61-62)
Lord's Prayer (i) - ’...
In the new and enlarged edition of The Lord’s Prayer in Five Hundred Languages, comprising the Leading Languages and their Principal Dialects throughout the World, with the Places where Spoken; with a Preface by Reinhold Rost (London, Gilbert & Rivington, 1905), the Lord’s Prayer is given in English in sixteen forms, namely: Charles 11. But so little do they agree among themselves, that they throw themselves into six different combinations in their departures from the Traditional Text; and yet they are never able to agree among themselves as to one single various reading: while only once are more than two of them observed to stand together, and their grand point of union is no less than an omission of the article. Even the Vulgate of sixtus V. Another reading of Marcion is ‘thy bread’ for ‘our’; whether he read the second clause of the fifth petition we do not know, the sixth (and last with him) had the form καὶ μὴ ἄφες ἡμᾶς εἰσενεχθῆναι εἰς πειρασμόν. 116): ‘Lucas in oratione dominica petitiones non septem sed quinque complexus est’; thus it became the custom in the West to count seven petitions; but Origen, Chrysostom, and the Reformed Churches count six, connecting ‘but deliver us from evil’ closely with what precedes
Egypt - The Hyksos form the fifteenth, sixteenth and seventeenth dynasties. Manetho says they were Arabs, but he calls the six kings of the fifteenth dynasty Phœnicians. After this a native dynasty—the twenty-sixth—of Saite kings again occupied the throne. But Persia proved more terrible than Babylon to the house of Psammetichus, and the son of Amosis had reigned but six months when Cambyses reduced the country to the condition of a province of his empire, b
Joseph - He was a child of probably six years of age when his father returned from Haran to Canaan and took up his residence in the old patriarchal town of Hebron
Exodus - , it took fully a month to travel from Rameses to the wilderness of Sin ( Exodus 16:1 ), yet reference is made to only six camping-places during all that time
Call, Calling - To "call on" God or the Lord is a frequent biblical expression: it occurs fifty-six times in total (Old Testament, 45; New Testament, 11); on four occasions it is applied to other gods
Tomb, Grave, Sepulchre - ’ (b) A chamber was excavated in the limestone rock-face, and long narrow recesses, perhaps six feet by two, were cut into the rock at right angles to the face
Chronology of the Old Testament - In the genealogy of the sons of Adam, for example (Genesis 5:1-32 ), we read how Adam was 130 years old when he begat Seth, Seth 105 years old when he begat Enosh, and so on down to the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, in which the Flood came
Issachar - Conder however suggests that the whole scene of the battle was near Tabor within a radius of five or six miles
Wine - It occurs 38 times, namely, six times by itself, eleven times with dagan , twice with yitshar , nineteen times with both dagan and yitshar
Law, Ten Commandments, Torah - The next six Commandments have to do with human relationships
Pharisees - 3 [6])although at the time of Herod they numbered only about six thousand (Ant 17
Remnant - Terms for remnant in the Old Testament derive from six roots and occur some 540 times (forms of Heb
Herod - Detaining Agrippa in Rome, the Emperor compensated him six years afterwards for the loss of his paternal inheritance by giving him his uncle Herod’s kingdom of Chalcis, as well as the rights, which Herod had possessed, of supervising the Temple and choosing the high priest
Septuagint - Ptolemy accordingly sent ambassadors to Eleazar the high priest, who sent back to Alexandria seventy-two elders, six from each tribe, with magnificent copies of the Hebrew Scriptures
Jesus Christ - , the Christian era having been fixed by Dionysius Exiguus of the sixth century, four years too late. He arrived at Bethany six days before the passover
Agriculture - By means of a five- or six-pronged fork, the ‘ fan ’ of the OT and NT, the mass of grain, chaff, and chopped straw is tossed into the air in the western evening breeze
Assyria - 1300), whose family kept the throne for six generations until TIGLATH- PILESERI
Flavianus (4) i, Bishop of Antioch - 3, 11) state, he was one of the six leading clergy of Antioch who had sworn not to seek the bishopric themselves at the death of Meletius or Paulinus, but to acknowledge the survivor
Persia - His Zendavesta has six periods of creation, ending with man as in Genesis. ...
He reverted to Cyrus' policy, by grant enabling the Jews to complete the temple in his sixth year (Ezra 6:1-15)
Bread - It is believed that these loaves were placed one upon another, in two piles of six each; and that between every loaf were two thin plates of gold, folded back in a semicircle the whole length of them, to admit air, and to prevent the loaves from growing mouldy
Temple of Jerusalem - They were nearly six feet in diameter, hollow, with a thickness of bronze about three inches. These were six-feet square and four-and-a-half-feet tall, each containing some 200 gallons of water, quite heavy objects to be rolled about on chariot wheels
Versions - Two from each of the three groups of translators were chosen toward the close, and the six met in London to superintend the publication. The only payment made was to these six editors, 30 British pounds each for their nine months' labour, from the Stationers' Company
Ships, Sailors, And Navigation - Roman ships appear to have logged four and a half to six knots with the wind. A few archers (four to six) usually were on board, together with some catapult operators
Old Testament - ...
The written Masorah was being formed from the sixth century to the tenth century. ...
For instance the Hebrew letter 'Αleph ( א ), a, is found six times in the first verse of Genesis and six times in 2 Chronicles 36:23, the last verse of the Hebrew Bible, therefore the world will last 6,000 years
John the Baptist - the forerunner of the Messiah, was the son of Zechariah and Elizabeth, and was born about six months before our Saviour. Tillemont is of opinion that he was twenty-five or twenty-six years of age when he began to follow Jesus
Hosea - Four of the last six kings to sit on Israel's throne were assassinated
Egypt - The first six dynasties constitute what is known as the Old Empire, which had its capital at Memphis, south of Cairo, called in the Old Testament Moph (Hosea 9:6 ) and Noph. , reigned sixty-seven years (B. of Sais, the founder of the Twenty-sixth Dynasty
Blood - A person who killed another accidentally had six cities to which he could flee and there establish his innocence (Hebrews 13:204 )
Proverbs, Book of - In Hebrew they usually have two lines with only six to eight words, in contrast to their much longer English translations
Abraham - Abraham then himself took to wife Keturah, who became the mother of six sons, whose descendants were afterwards known as the "children of the east" (Judges 6:3 ), and later as "Saracens
Fall, the - ...
God made six pronouncements, all of which revealed his mercy and grace. ...
sixth, while the mitigated curse was surely executed, an absolute curse on Adam and Eve and on the natural world would not be
Freedom - Israelites who sold themselves because of poverty were to be freed after six years and to be given a generous supply of food
Synagogue - The psalms were selected to suit "the special times"; "the times of prayer" (shacharit , minchah , 'arabit ) were the "third", "sixth", and "ninth" hours (Acts 3:1; Acts 10:3; Acts 10:9); so in Old Testament, Psalms 55:17; Daniel 6:10. They are not on high ground, nor so built that the worshipper on entering faced Jerusalem, except that at Irbid, The carved figures of animals occur in six out of the eleven
Stephen - Again as to Acts 7:15-16, "Jacob and our fathers were carried over into Sychem, and laid in the sepulchre that Abraham bought of Emmor," Stephen with elliptical brevity refers to six different chapters, summing up in one sentence, which none of his hearers could misunderstand from their familiarity as to the details, the double purchase (from Ephron the Hittite by Abraham, and from Hamor of Shechem by Jacob: Genesis 23:16; Genesis 33:19), the double burial place (Machpelah's cave and the ground at Shechem), and the double burial (Jacob in Machpelah's cave: Genesis 50:13, and Joseph in the Shechem ground of Jacob, Genesis 50:25; Exodus 13:19; Joshua 24:32)
John the Baptist - It is probable that, in the course of his successful six months’ ministry, John moved northwards along the then more thickly populated valley of the Jordan, proclaiming the coming of the Kingdom to the crowds that flocked to hear him from ‘the whole region circumjacent to Jordan’ ( Luke 3:3 ); once at least ( John 10:40 ) he crossed the river (cf
Fish, Fisher, Fishing - Forty years ago Furrer found only a single boat; Lortet saw three in 1875 and six in 1880; Frei counted nine in 1886, and the present writer saw the same number in 1894, while in 1899 he noted fourteen; and no doubt the number has increased since then
Domitian - He was, however, six times consul before he became Emperor. In 83, on his sixth campaign, Agricola had been able, with the co-operation of his fleet, to extend his hold over our island
Euphemius, Patriarch of Constantinople - He ruled six years and three months, a
Timotheus - Paul, who joins his name with his own in the inscription of six of his epistles
Mary - To confirm his message, and to show that nothing is impossible to God, he added that her cousin Elizabeth, who was old, and had been hitherto barren, was then in the sixth month of her pregnancy. six days before the passover, after having raised Lazarus from the dead, he came to Bethany with his disciples, and was invited to sup with Simon the leper, John 12:1 , &c; Matthew 26:6 , &c; Mark 14:3 , &c
Education - Attendance at the elementary school began at the age of six
Possession - The Egyptians located a demon in each of the thirty-six members of the body; their presence was the cause of disease, which was healed by their expulsion
Hebrews - However outlived six generations of his descendants, including Abraham himself, after whose death he was for some years the only surviving ancestor of Isaac and Jacob
Turn - To be turned of, to be advanced beyond as, to be turned of sixty six
Jerusalem - " ...
Jerusalem is first mentioned under that name in the Book of Joshua, and the Tell-el-Amarna collection of tablets includes six letters from its Amorite king to Egypt, recording the attack of the Abiri about B
Joab - Joab, after David's defeat of Edom in the Valley of Salt (2 Samuel 8:13-14), was six months engaged in slaying the Edomite males, in revenge for their invasion of Israel in David's absence (1 Kings 11:15-16; Psalm 44); his first care was to bury the Israelites slain during the invasion by Edom
Judah - Its towns were six (Joshua 15:62)
Lactantius - Donatus he tells us himself had lain in prison six years when the edict of Galerius published a
Vespasian - Their combined forces amounted to three legions, twenty-three cohorts, six squadrons, and a large number of Asiatic auxiliary troops, or a total of 60,000 men. The result of this was that in all six legions were added to his forces. He died on 24th June in his sixty-ninth year, after a reign of almost ten years
Transfiguration (2) - In the first three Gospels both the precision of detail and the agreement are striking, including the following facts: the occasion—six days after the preceding incidents just narrated; the place—a high mountain apart; the chosen three—Peter, James, John; the supernatural light; the heavenly visitants and their speech; the suggestion of Peter; the overshadowing cloud and the Divine voice from its midst; the awe, yet joy, of the disciples; the return of Christ to ordinary conditions of human life; the charge of silence. Each of the three narrators connects it by time with what goes before: ‘six days,’ ‘eight days’; the latter (Lk
Food - ‘One ox and six choice sheep’ were Nehemiah’s daily portion ( Nehemiah 5:18 ); Solomon’s has been already given (§ 1 ). No particular species of fish is named in OT, either as food or otherwise, although no fewer than thirty-six species are said to be found in the Jordan system alone
Government - ...
In the first two palaces ten officials directed the duties of about six deputies, while in the second and third palaces eighty leaders were in charge of about one hundred workers of lesser rank. It survived in the form of a broken black diorite monument with a base of just over six feet and tapered to a height of over seven feet
Baruch, Apocalypse of - All history is divided into 12 parts: the black waters are the six bad periods, beginning with the Fall (‘O Adam, what hast thou done to all those who are born from thee?’ xlviii. This has been controverted by Charles, who splits the book up into no fewer than six (or seven) separate fragments, on the assumption that an apocalyptist’s anticipations of the future will be clear-cut and self-consistent
Daniel, Book of - In six different situations an Israelite hero faced extreme pressure to forsake God and tradition for personal safety and gain. This assumes that Daniel in the sixth century B
High Priest - six years later, Jehoida was the mastermind of the coup de'etat in which Joash was crowned king (2 Kings 11:4-17 )
Tarsus - About five or six miles below the modern town the Cydnus flowed into a lake; this lake was the ancient harbour of Tarsus, where were the docks and arsenal
Ten Commandments - ...
‘for in six days,’ etc
Ezra, Book of - ...
Almost sixty years passed before Ezra went to Jerusalem (458 B. ), six decades of silence
Captivity - Besides minor captivities six under the judges, namely, that by Chushan-rishathaim, Eglon, the Philistines, Jabin of Canaan, Midian, Ammon (Judges 3; Judges 4; Judges 6; Judges 10), and that by Hazael of Syria (2 Kings 10:32), there were three great captivities. The restoration was 70 years afterward, in the sixth year of Darius, 515 or 516 B. ...
Of the 24 courses of priests but four returned, so that seemingly only one sixth returned of the people, five sixths remained behind (Ezra 2:36-39, compare 1 Chronicles 24:4; 1 Chronicles 24:18)
Ascension of Jesus Christ - His authority over them is emphasized by the abundance of imperatives and promises in his brief dialogue with them: six times in four sentences he either commands them to do something or promises something will happen to them (1:4-5,7-8), and his chief promise to them is one of power (1:8)
Elijah - It contained six separate narratives that included several anecdotal stories about Elijah's life that may have circulated independently among his disciples in the northern kingdom
Babylon - ...
Location Traditionally, a mound called Babil, near the Euphrates River and some six miles northeast of Hillah (southwest of Iraq's capital city Baghdad), has been identified as the location of ancient Babylon
Stone - ...
(c) At Cana of Galilee Jesus ‘manifested his glory’; and there, we might say, He was again beholden to the stones; for the six waterpots by whose aid He wrought His first miracle were waterpots of stone (John 2:6)
Marks Stigmata - 1224 by a seraph with six wings
Song of Solomon - ...
The whole Song has been otherwise divided into six parts, beginning at Song of Solomon 1:1 ; Song of Solomon 2:8 ; Song of Solomon 3:6 ; Song of Solomon 5:2 ; Song of Solomon 6:13 ; and Song of Solomon 8:5
Genealogy - Arabian tribes, nearer akin, are traced to Ishmael and Hagar; six others, a step farther removed, to Keturah, his second wife, or concubine ( Genesis 25:1 ). , sixteen names are post-exilic
Philistim - ...
They continued in subjection to the Kings of Judah down to the reign to Jehoram, son of Jehoshaphat, about two hundred and forty-six years, when they revolted from Jehoram, 2 Chronicles 21:16
Herod - Though aided by the Roman army, he was obliged to lay siege to Jerusalem, which held out for six months, when it was carried by assault, and a vast slaughter was made of the inhabitants, till the intercession and bribes of Herod put an end to it. Herod died in the sixty-eighth year of his age
David - In this state of banishment, there resorted to him companies of men, who were uneasy in their circumstances, oppressed by their creditors, or discontented with Saul's tyrannical government, to the number of six hundred men
Nineveh - It contained "more than sixscore thousand persons that could not discern between their right hand and their left, beside much cattle," Jonah 4:11 . Reckoning the persons to have been infants of two years old and under, and that these were a fifth part of the whole, according to Bochart, the whole population would amount to six hundred thousand souls
Deluge - He built it 120 cubits in height and breadth, with six decks, divided into 7 storeys, each with 9 compartments; it had a mast, and was smeared with bitumen
Jeremiah - ...
Outline of the book...
The first six chapters of the book deal with the main features of Jeremiah’s early ministry: his call to be a prophet (1:1-19); his denunciation of Judah for its unfaithfulness, idolatry and immorality (2:1-3:5); his demand for true, inward repentance (3:6-4:4); and his warning of the coming destruction of Jerusalem (4:5-6:30)
Optatus, Bishop of Milevis - of Carthage, in six books, with a seventh of doubtful authenticity. Five points put forward by Parmenian call for discussion, to which Optatus adds a sixth. The Donatists add a sixth gift the "umbilicus" of Son_7:2 which they regard as the altar; but this being an essential part of the body cannot be a separate gift
Herod - But still fresh additions continued to be made, so that at the beginning of Jesus' ministry the Jews said, "Forty and six years was this temple in building, and wilt Thou rear it up in three days?"...
At that time He was 30 years old, which added to 16 years (for 20 B. 44), he was thought too young to succeed his father in the kingdom, but six years later (A
Fortification And Siegecraft - This consisted of a simple bank of earth, between six and seven feet in height, the inside face of which is vertical, the outside sloping, and both cased with random stones ( PEFSt Lord's Prayer (ii) - , and even there forms no part of the original, but is a later insertion due to liturgical usage, we have only an invocation and a series of six petitions. ...
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(g) sixth Petition
Animals - When the Israelites returned to Palestine from the Babylonian captivity, they brought with them 6,720 asses (Ezra 2:67 ), about six times the number of horses and camels they possessed. They may grow as high as six feet and weigh as much as five hundred pounds
Jacob - six more years of labor let Jacob return the deception and gain wealth at the expense of his father-in-law, who continued his deception, changing Jacob's wages ten times (Genesis 31:7 ,Genesis 31:7,31:41 ) Amid the family infighting, both men prospered financially, and Jacob's family grew
Sabbath - This necessitated additional work on the sixth day (Exodus 16:5,23 ). The Gospels record six cases in which Jesus' action resulted in controversy over the Sabbath, and two more that did not
Pilgrimage - When the pilgrim comes within sight of the holy lake, he must uncover his hands and feet, and thus walk to the water side, and is taken to the island for sixpence. The penance varies according to the circumstances of the penitent; during the continuance of which (which is sometimes three, six, or nine days) he subsists on oatmeal, sometimes made into bread. ...
He traverses sharp stones on his bare knees or feet, and goes through a variety of other forms, paying sixpence at every different confession. Before the time of Mahomet this temple was a place of worship for the idolatrous Arabs, and is said to have contained no less than three hundred and sixty different images, equalling in number the days of the Arabian year
Asia Minor, Cities of - The city's harbor, built around the outlet of the Cayster River, gradually filled with silt; and the site now lies some six miles away from the sea
Amos - Amos, the earliest of the prophets whose writings have come down to us, and the initiator of one of the greatest movements in spiritual history, was a herdsman, or small sheep-farmer, in Tekoa, a small town lying on the uplands some six miles south of Bethlehem
Widow - The same Greek word occurs twenty-six times in the New Testament
Pharisees - The Mishna has six divisions (on seeds, feasts, women's marriage, etc. An egg laid on a festival may be eaten according to the school of Shammai, but not according to that of Hillel; for Jehovah says in Exodus 16:5, "on the sixth day they shall prepare that which, they bring in," therefore one must not prepare for the Sabbath on a feast day nor for a feast day on the Sabbath
Anointing (2) - ’ (2) They seem to put the incident two days (Matthew 26:2 = Mark 14:1), whereas John puts it six days before the Passover (John 12:1)
Jephthah - of the Jordan six years, and was buried in one of the cities of Gilead
House - When the bolt is shot by the hand, three to six small iron pins drop from the upright into holes in the bolt, which is hollow at this part. see]'>[4]4, ‘Let there be no casement where thy daughter dwells’), in any case, such windows as did exist were placed high up in the walls, at least six feet from the ground, according to the Mishna
Temple - The lowest was only five broad, the second six, and the third seven; in height they were each five cubits. , probably four in the sanctuary and ten in the hall, at six cubits from the walls, leaving a center aisle of eight cubits (Fergusson in Smith's Bible Dictionary. Then after the interruption of the work under Artaxerxes I or Pseudo Smerdis, the temple was completed in the sixth year of Darius (chapter 6)
Apocalyptic Literature - He gives the names and functions of the six (seven) archangels (20). In a vision of six mountains of metal which pass away, the destruction of the heathen world by the Messiah is portrayed
Apocalypse - ...
(b)First stages of the Judgment, including the opening of six seals,† [22] the salvation of the faithful, and the destruction of one-third of mankind at the sounding of six trumpets, chs
Ascension of Isaiah - 6-11, in which Isaiah is successively led through the firmament and six lower heavens to the seventh heaven, and receives disclosures regarding the descent, birth, works, crucifixion, and ascension of the Beloved. This narrates how in the twenty-sixth year of his reign Hezekiah called Manasseh to receive accounts of visions which he had seen (1:1, 2). 2 Corinthians 12:2-4) through the firmament and each of the six lower heavens in turn, and finally arrives at the seventh heaven, to which he is admitted by special command of the Lord Christ. Each heaven is merely a duplicate of the one above, with no distinction, except of glory, until the sixth and seventh are reached (8:1, 7). The sixth is not under any subordinate angel or ‘throne,’ but is ruled by the Great Glory in the seventh. There is an angel over the praise-giving of the sixth heaven, however, who challenges Isaiah when proceeding to the seventh (9:1, 4)
Announcements of Death - This decision to kill Jesus soon reappears in Galilee (Mark 3:6), and often in Jerusalem during the closing six months of the ministry. ...
(d) At the feast of Tabernacles, or a few days afterwards, just six months before the end, in the midst of the hostile atmosphere of Jerusalem, Jesus emphasizes the voluntary character of His death for His sheep (John 10:15)
Revelation, the - six of the seals are opened, but before the opening of the seventh seal a parenthetical chapter ( Revelation 7 ) intervenes. It is noticeable that in the first six seals no allusion is made to angels. ...
sixth seal. ...
sixth trumpet. The vintage of the earth is gathered by another angel, and the winepress trodden, blood coming from it reaching to sixteen hundred furlongs, the extent of Palestine. ...
sixth vial
Cooking And Heating - The juice stood in the collecting vessels for about six weeks to allow natural fermentation to take place
Zechariah, Book of - How many separate prophecies, by different hands, may be embodied in these six chapters is not determinable with equal clearness
Mary, the Virgin - ) Mary was living at Nazareth, by this time betrothed to Joseph, when the angel Gabriel came from God to her in the sixth month of Elisabeth's pregnancy. )...
Gabriel instanced Elisabeth's being six months advanced in pregnancy, who once was barren, to confirm the Virgin's faith that "nothing is impossible with God" (Romans 4:17-21); she evinced her faith in the reply, "behold the handmaid of the Lord; be it unto me according to thy word," Her expression of humble, believing acceptance of and concurrence in the divine will (Luke 1:38; Luke 1:45) was required, and may be with reverence supposed to be recorded to mark the date of our Lord's conception
Seven Words, the - The first three words, ‘Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do’ (Luke 23:34), ‘Verily I say unto thee, To-day shalt thou be with me in paradise’ (Luke 23:43), and ‘Woman, behold thy son … behold thy mother’ (John 19:26-27), were spoken between the third and the sixth hour, and they reveal to us the great High Priest, in His life of ministry, interceding for the transgressors, proclaiming pardon to the penitent, and blessing His own. ‘From the sixth hour there was darkness over all the land unto the ninth hour’ (Matthew 27:45). Intense thirst was usually the most intolerable part of the suffering of those who were crucified, and He had been hanging there for six long hours, His open wounds scorched by the blazing sun
Levites - ...
Forty-eight cities were appointed them (four on the average from each tribe), including the six cities of refuge and (of suburbs, meadow for their cattle) 1,000 cubits out from the city walls, each of the four sides being 2,000 cubits long
Animals - 22) and at the end of the sixth day "God saw all that he had made, and it was very good" (v. Animals share some of the privileges of God's people, and so the Sabbath rest applies equally to them: "Six days do your work, but on the seventh day do not work, so that your ox and your donkey may rest" (Exodus 23:12 ; cf
Jehoram - It ended on the same year as Jehoram died, after 12 years' reign, therefore it must have begun in his sixth year. ...
Lord Hervey thinks Elijah was not translated until the sixth year of Jehoram, whereas Elisha began ministering in the first year of Jehoram. His first act as a king was to murder his six brothers, though his father had provided for them independently of him so as to avert collision (2 Chronicles 21:1-4); also several "princes of Israel
Census - Assuming three sons and three daughters to each married couple of the first six generations, and two sons and two daughters in the last four, there would be 478,224 sons about the 400th year of the sojourn, besides 125,326 of the ninth generation, still living; in all 603,550 men coming out of Egypt upward of 20 years old
Ephesus - In ancient times the river reached to the city pates, but its mouth has gradually silted up so that the city is now some four to six miles from the sea
Education (2) - ...
When he reached the age of six or seven years, the boy was sent to the elementary school, which, since the subject of study was the Book of the Law, was styled the House of the Book (bêth ha-Sçpher)
Emmaus - It is worth noting what efforts its partisans make to show that the two disciples could have returned the same evening to Jerusalem, walking for this purpose five or six hours
Hosanna - In the NT it occurs only in three Gospels: in them it is found six times (Matthew 21:9; Matthew 21:15, Mark 11:9-10, John 12:13), but only in the history of our Lord’s triumphant entry to Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, and only as a vocal cry uttered, either by the palm-bearing multitude who met Him, or by the children who hailed Him thereafter in the Temple (Matthew 21:15)
Glory - ...
According to Rabbinic doctrine, when Adam was created in the image of God, a ray (זַיו) of the Divine glory shone upon his countenance, but among the six things lost by the Fall was the זַיו, which went back to heaven (Weber, Jüdische Theologie, p
Arms And Armor - The size varied from approximately three to six feet in length
the Man Who Went Out to Borrow Three Loaves at Midnight - Take six. I was reading the fifth and sixth verses of the sixty-third Psalm at family worship. Well, I was reading to them those two verses, and it occurred to me to turn them round and read the sixth verse first and then the fifth, in this way: "When I remember thee upon my bed, and meditate on Thee in the night watches; my soul, as often as I do that, is always satisfied again as with marrow and fatness. ' The sixty-third Psalm is just the eleventh of Luke before the time
Versions of the Scripture, English - They then asked that every incumbent should purchase a copy and that every abbey should take six copies
Music - Tubal, the sixth descendant from Cain, was "the father of all such as handle the harp and the organ. Genesis 31:27 , consisted of a circular hoop, either of wood or brass, three inches and six-tenths wide, was covered with a skin tensely drawn, and hung round with small bells
David - After David had reigned seven years and six months at Hebron, Abner revolted from Ish-bosheth, who was soon after slain by two of his officers, and David was anointed king over all Israel
Aaron - The high priest wore at the ordinary times of his ministration in the temple, eight garments;—linen drawers—a coat of fine linen close to his skin—an embroidered girdle of fine linen, blue and scarlet, to surround the coat—a robe all of blue with seventy-two bells, and as many embroidered pomegranates upon the skirts of it; this was put over the coat and girdle—an ephod of gold, and of blue, purple, scarlet, and fine linen, curiously wrought, on the shoulders of which were two stones engraved with the names of the twelve tribes; this was put over the robe, and girt with a curious girdle of the same—a breastplate, about a span square, wrought with gold, blue, purple, scarlet, and fine linen, and fastened upon the ephod by golden chains and rings; in this breastplate were placed the urim and thummim, also twelve several stones, containing the names of the twelve tribes—a mitre of fine linen, sixteen cubits long, to wrap round his head—and lastly, a plate of gold, or holy crown, two fingers broad, whereon was engraved, "Holiness to the Lord;" this was tied with blue lace upon the front of the mitre. ...
In the discharge of their offices, the high priest differed from the other priests in these particulars: the high priest only, and that but once a year, might enter into the holy of holies—the high priest might not mourn for his nearest relations by uncovering his head, or tearing any part of his garments, except the skirt; whereas the priest was allowed to mourn for these six,—father, mother, son, daughter, brother, and sister if she had no husband, Leviticus 21:2 ; Leviticus 21:10-11 ; but they agreed in these respects; they both burnt incense and offered sacrifices—they both sounded the trumpet, either as an alarm in war, or to assemble the people and their rulers—they both slew the sacrifices—both instructed the people—and both judged of leprosy
Jacob - Though he had the consolation of having the blessing of Abraham voluntarily renewed to him by his father, before he was forced to fly from his brother's fury, Genesis 28:1-4 , and had the satisfaction of obeying his parents in going to Padanaram, or Charran, in quest of a wife of his own kindred, Genesis 28:7 ; yet he set out on a long and perilous journey of six hundred miles and upward, through barren and inhospitable regions, unattended and unprovided, like a pilgrim, indeed, with only his staff in his hand Genesis 32:10
Sea - It is twelve or fourteen miles long, six or seven miles in breadth, and 165 feet deep
Presentation - ’ The Virgin’s humility appears in her availing herself of this merciful provision; she disdained not to admit her poverty; we may be sure she did not (as some, thinking to exalt her, have imagined) assume a false appearance of it: even if Joseph and she had not been extremely poor before, the expenses of the journey to Bethlehem, and of living there six weeks, and the five shekels for the Child, could not have failed to make deep inroads on their purse
Peace - The LXX_ puts εἰρήνη for six other words besides שלום (cf
Nero - These, as well as rich men in no way connected with them, were victims of a policy of wholesale murder associated with the last six years or so of Nero’s reign
Ignatius - authentic Epistles and also manufactured six additional letters-Mary of Cassobola (there is a Cilician town called Castabala, possibly the same as Cassobola) to Ignatius, Ignatius to Mary of Cassobola, to the Tarsians, to the Philippians, to the Antiochenes, and to Hero the Deacon. In 1646 Vossius published the authentic Greek text of six of the seven letters, the Greek text of the seventh-the Letter to the Romans-being published by Ruinart in 1689
Egypt - The sixth, the boils from ashes sprinkled toward the heaven, was a challenge to Neit, "the great mother queen of highest heaven," if she could stand before Jehovah, also a reference to the scattering of victims' ashes to the wind in honor of Sutech or Typhon; human sacrifices at Hellopolis, offered under the shepherd kings, had been abolished by Amosis I, but this remnant of the old rite remained; Jehovah now sternly reproves it 'by Moses' symbolic act. There are few records of any dynasty before the 18th, except those of the 4th and 12th; but the names of the Pharaohs of the first six dynasties have been found, with notices implying the complete organization of the kingdom (Rouge, Recherches). - Salatis ("mighty", in Semitic) was first of the shepherd dynasty, which lasted about 250 years and comprised six kings, Apophis last
Transportation And Travel - After the completion of the wilderness tabernacle, six covered wagons, each pulled by two oxen, were donated by the tribal leaders to the Levites to transport holy items along the line of march (Numbers 7:1-8 )
Synagogue - These he arranges in three groups, consisting of three opening benedictions, six petitions, and three closing benedictions (see his art
Tabernacle - The two sides and the farther or west end were enclosed by boards of shittim wood overlaid with gold, twenty on the north and twenty on the south side, six on the west side, and the corner-boards doubled
Scripture - ...
There we discover a vein of ecclesiastical history and theological truth consistently running through a collection of sixty-six different books, wtitten by various authors, in different languages, during the space of above 1500 years
Olives, Mount of - The "sabbath day's journey" (about six furlongs) specified for the information of Gentiles not knowing the locality in Acts 1 is from Olivet's main part and summit (or from Kefr et Tur, Bethphage according to Ganneau: see below), not from the place of actual ascension, Bethany, which is more than twice a sabbath day's journey
Egypt - Egypt was relatively isolated by a series of six Nile cataracts on the south and protected on the east and west by the desert. Egypt's first period of glory, the Third through sixth Dynasties of the Old Kingdom (2700-2200 B. Much poorer pyramids demonstrate a reduction in royal power during the Fifth and sixth Dynasties. ” This period, in which Egypt was divided between Hyksos (Fifteenth and sixteenth) and native Egyptian (Thirteenth and Seventeenth) dynasties, is known as the Second Intermediate or Hyksos Period (1786-1550 B. Under loose Assyrian sponsorship, the Twenty-sixth Dynasty controlled all of Egypt from Sais in the western Delta. Despite these setbacks, the Twenty-sixth Dynasty was a period of Egyptian renaissance until the Persian conquest in 525 B
Ezekiel - On comparing Ezekiel 13 with Jeremiah 6:14; Jeremiah 8:11; Jeremiah 23:9-10; Jeremiah 23:16; Jeremiah 23:26; and Ezekiel 34, with Jeremiah 23:4-5; Jeremiah 23:33, we see the inner harmony between the two prophets, though Ezekiel did not receive his commission until toward the close of Jeremiah's prophesying; the latter having prophesied 34 years before Ezekiel, and continuing to prophesy six or seven years after him
Tongues, Confusion of - ...
The essential identity of many words in Semitic and Indo-European gives a strong presumption of their original unity; thus, qeren , cornu , "horn"; masak , misgo , misceo , "mix"; karak , circa , "circle"; 'erets , terra , "earth" (German erde ); chalaq , glaber , glisco , "glide" (glatt ); qum , "gum", 'am , cum , "sun", koinos , "common"; malee' , pleos , plenus , "full" (voll ); bor , purus , "pure"; barah , vorare , bora , "voracious"; parah , ferop , barus , feroo , "bear"; 'apha , epso , "epula"; mar , "amarus"; carath , "curtus"; zarah , "serere"; muth , math (Sanskrit), mor(t)s , "mortal"; 'attah , tu , su), "thou"; "n" in Hebrew stands for "m" in the Indo-European, as representing the first personal pronoun; shesh , sex , hex , "six"; the other numerals in Hebrew and Indo-European, one to five, are probably identical
Exodus, the - Within a radius of six miles there is an area of 1,200 acres in plains and wadies commanding the view of Ras Sufsafeh, and formerly the rain supply and fertility were greater when there were more trees; the wadies had dams put across to restrain the waters; the mountains were terraced with gardens
Chronology - , 1 Chronicles 2:5-6, there are six generations from Judah to Nahshon, the tribe prince in Moses' time; nine generations from Joseph to Joshua (1 Chronicles 7:20, etc. , and ended with its restoration in the sixth year of Darius, 516 B
Tabernacle - As the Hebrews first broke their covenant with God in less than six weeks, so every human who has ever lived has learned that living for God is not a matter of good intentions
the Angel of the Church in Smyrna - "Eighty-and-six years," answered Polycarp, "I have served Jesus Christ, and He has never once wronged or deceived me, how then can I reproach Him!" And then as some of the executioners were binding the aged saint, and others were lighting the fire, certain who stood by took down this prayer from his lips: "O Father of Thy well-beloved Son Jesus Christ
the Angel of the Church of Ephesus - YOU are not to think of an angel with six wings
Apocrypha - These additions are in six different places in the Greek text
James the Lord's Brother - Who, indeed, would not be absolutely captivated, fascinated, and enthralled, both in imagination and in heart, at the thought of holding James's relationship to Jesus Christ! For thirty years eating every meal at the same table with Him; working six days of the week in the same workshop with Him; going up on the seventh day to the same synagogue with Him; and once every year going up to Jerusalem to the same passover with Him
Naaman - And in your best moments you would give ten talents of silver, and six thousand pieces of gold, and ten changes of raiment to be for ever rid of it
Priest - sixteen classes were of the family of Eleazar, and eight of the family of Ithamar. Of these forty-eight cities six were appointed to be cities of refuge, for the sake of those who should commit any casual or involuntary manslaughter; the priests had thirteen of these for their share, and all the others belonged to the Levites, Joshua 21:19
Septuagint - For this purpose, it is reported, that he sent Aristeas and Andreas, two distinguished officers of his court, to Jerusalem, on an embassy to Eleazar, then high priest of the Jews, to request of the latter a copy of the Hebrew Scriptures, and that there might also be sent to him seventy-two persons, six chosen out of each of the twelve tribes, who were equally well skilled in the Hebrew and Greek languages
Elijah - " It is remarkable, that the number of years is not here specified; but in the New Testament we are informed that it was three years and six months
Jonah - ...
God's pathetic and condescendingly touching appeal winds up the book; God's tender accents are the last that reach the ear, the abruptness of the close making them the more impressive "thou hast had pity on the gourd for the which thou hast not laboured, neither madest it grow; which came up in a night and perished in a night; and should not I spare Nineveh, that great city, wherein are more than six score thousand persons (120,000 children under four, Deuteronomy 1:39) that cannot discern between their right hand and their left hand (giving a total, if the children be a fifth, of 600,000 population), and also much cattle?" God saw the root of faith in Jonah, therefore corrected his perverse self will by an appropriate discipline
Vigilius, Bishop of Rome - six months after the conclusion of the council
John, the Gospel According to - This Passover He did not attend, but in the same year attended the feast of tabernacles, six months before His death (John 7:2; John 7:10)
Law (2) - The largest of the six books of the Mishna is given up to this topic. In John 2:6 we read of the six stone water-pots for the water of purification at the marriage in Cana; and the same Gospel tells us how the Jews purified themselves for the Passover (John 11:55), or took precautions against defilement which would disqualify them from eating it (John 18:28)
Hieronymus, Eusebius (Jerome) Saint - —The results of his first six years' labours may be thus summed up. ), the only letter preserved from these first six years, expresses an enthusiastic view of their privileges in reading the Scriptures in the tongue and country in which they were written
Athanasius, Archbishop of Alexandria - 22), and employed six "counts" to write encouragingly to the exile; and Athanasius, after receiving these letters at Aquileia, made up his mind, at last, to act on those assurances; but not until Constantius could tell Constans that he had been "expecting Athanasius for a year. " Invited by Constans to Trèves, Athanasius made a diversion on his journey in order to see Rome again; it was some six years since he had been cordially welcomed by Julius, who now poured forth his generous heart in a letter of congratulation for the Alexandrian church, one of the most beautiful documents in the whole Athanasian series
Basilides, Gnostic Sect Founder - 3); for among the six others which he mentions the four named by Origen recur including that of the Twelve Apostles otherwise unknown (cf. six times he criticises doctrines of "Basilides" himself; eight times he employs the ambiguous plural (οἱ ἀπὸ Β
Gregorius (51) i, (the Great), Bishop of Rome - After a public career of credit, his deep religious ideas suggested a higher vocation; and on his father's death he kept but a small share of the great wealth that came to him, employing the rest in charitable uses, and especially in founding monasteries, of which he endowed six in Sicily, and one, dedicated to St. He secured his throne by the murder of Mauricius, whose six sons had been first cruelly executed before their father's eyes
Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch - But the Armenian, with the Syriac translation from which it sprang, brings back the composition of the six additional epistles to a. to the Romans differs from the other six Eusebian letters in being used by some authors who use no others and omitted by some who cite the others
Archaeology And Biblical Study - ...
Among the many interesting discoveries at Samaria was a group of over sixty ostraca, probably from the time of King Jeroboam II (782-743 B. ...
In addition to Samaria, excavations began or were continued at a large number of sites in the biblical world during the first six or seven decades of the twentieth century. Twenty-eight jar handles found in the cistern at El Jib made certain the location of ancient Gibeon; six stone carvings with the name “Gezer” identify that place, and “Arad” seven times scratched on a potsherd confirms its location
Justinianus i, Emperor - of what is now Russia down upon Thrace, ravaged it and Macedonia, penetrated on one occasion to the isthmus of Corinth, and six years before Justinian's death, in 559, appeared in great force under the walls of Constantinople, from which they were repulsed by the skill and vigour of Belisarius. six from Africa attended, but more than 20 were kept away by Vigilius, who himself refused to attend, but sent his views in writing in a document called the Constitutum (Mansi, ix
Ships And Boats - In this case, allowing another six points for leeway, the vessel under a northeaster ( Euraquilo , Acts 27:14 ) made way from Cauda to Malta, a direction considerably north of west
Baptize, Baptism - The disrobing and rerobing metaphor of Colossians 3:8-14 (and six parallels) echoes the catechetical instruction already familiar to the first readers, and alludes directly to physical arrangements for baptismal "bathing
Galilee - six miles north of the lake, the river is crossed by the ‘Bridge of the daughters of Jacob,’ on the famous Via Maris of the Middle Ages, the principal thoroughfare between Damascus and the Mediterranean ports
Lazarus - six days before the Feast began, He reached Bethany, and in defiance of the Sanhedrin’s order received an ovation from the townsfolk
Commission - Processes of repetition, condensation, expansion, or omission in recording the subject of conversations which extended over nearly six weeks, were present to each writer’s consciousness as he penned his narrative
the Angel of the Church in Sardis - And the ministers of the other six churches in Asia were like Themistocles in the matter of their sleep, so full were all their people's mouths of the name and the renown of the minister of Sardis
Apocrypha - ...
It was not until the Council of Trent, April 15, 1546, that the Roman Catholic Church publicly set its seal of authority on eleven of the fourteen or sixteen (including 3 and 4 Mac. The canonical Esther concludes with Esther 10:3 ; this chapter is filled out by the addition of seven verses, and the book concludes with six additional chapters (11 16)
Nabal - David and his six hundred men were lying in exile in the adjoining wilderness
Atonement - It is therefore evident that the Prophet Isaiah, six hundred years before the birth of Jesus; that John the Baptist, on the commencement of his ministry; and that St
Apostle - Of these, Simon, Andrew, James the greater, and John, were fishermen; Matthew, and James the son of Alpheus, were publicans; and the other six were probably fishermen, though their occupation is not distinctly specified
Joannes, Bishop of Ephesus - The vacillating emperor, of whom John testifies that for six years he had been friendly to the "orthodox," attempted to secure peace by drawing up a dogmatic formula, in the shape of an imperial edict, which he sent to the four captive bishops for revision. 3) that he has already written a history of the church, "beginning from the times of Julius Caesar, as far as to the sixth year of the reign of Justin II
Minucius Felix, Marcus - " Now at Cirta (Constantine in Algeria) the French have found six inscriptions containing the name of Caecilius Natalis (Mommsen, Lat
Judges, the Book of - Of the 13 judges, the account of six (Ehud, Deborah and Barak, Gideon, Abimelech, Jephthah, Samson) is full, that of the remaining seven very brief. The fourth (Midian), fifth (Ammon), and sixth (Philistines) servitudes rise in progressive severity for 7, 18, and 40 years respectively
Isaiah - He pronounced six “woes” on the immoral nation
Insects - The average number of eggs laid by an insect is from 100 to 150, though the queen termite can lay sixty eggs per second until several million are produced. At least six orders are mentioned:...
Hymenoptera: Ants, Bees, and Wasps These creatures generally have four wings
Matthew, Gospel According to - ( Matthew 12:1 ) gives the more chronologically correct position of the incident, ‘six days before the passover
Ecclesiastes, Theology of - ...
Some interpreters attempt to mitigate this hard message by appealing to six passages that they interpret as offering a positive view toward life (2:24-26; 3:12-14; 3:22; 5:17-19 Exodus, Theology of - But when Yahweh passes Moses on the mountain, six words or phrases are proclaimed that provide one of the fullest descriptions of the Lord's character, no matter whether glory or goodness
Jacob - By a ruse Laban secured fourteen years’ service (Genesis 29:27 , Hosea 12:12 , Jdt 8:26 ), to which six years more were added, under an ingenious arrangement in which the exacting uncle was at last outwitted ( Genesis 30:31 ff
God, Names of - Of the fifty-six lexical attestations to God's holiness in the Old Testament, many include the name/title of "The Holy One" or "Holy One of Israel, " which occurs thirty-one times in the Old Testament, twenty-five occurrences being in Isaiah
Entry Into Jerusalem - Psalms 118:25-26, the festal cry amidst which the altar of burnt-offering was solemnly compassed on the first six days of the Feast of Tabernacles, and on the last day seven times)
Gregorius (32) Turonensis, Bishop of Tours - , and these the most ancient, contain only the first six books, and the authors of the Hist
Apocalyptic Literature - At the close of the six thousand years, the new day, or Sabbath of the thousand years, was to begin
Jesuits - Or the Society of Jesus; a famous religious order of the Romish Church, founded by Ignatius Loyola, a Spanish knight, in the sixteenth century. This manifestation must be renewed every six months. Before the expiration of the sixteenth century, they had obtained the chief direction of the education of youth in every Catholic country in Europe
Angels - We also have the proper names Satan (thirty-one one times, nineteen outside the Gospels), Beelzebub (Gospels only, six times), and Belial or Beliar (2 Corinthians 6:15)
Michal, Saul's Daughter - It would take me till midnight to tell you all that was in David's heart as he sacrificed oxen and fatlings at six paces, and leaped and danced before the ark of God all the way up to the city of David
Bride - An Arabian suitor will offer fifty sheep, six camels, or a dozen of cows: if he be not rich enough to make such offers, he proposes to give a mare or a colt, considering in the offer the merit of the young woman, the rank of her family, and his own circumstances
Games - The lists or course where the athletae exercised themselves in running, was at first but one stadium in length, or about six hundred feet; and from this measure it took its name, and was called the stadium, whatever might be its extent
Palestine - ...
(1) Across from Galilee and north of the Yarmuk River is Bashan (Hauron), an area of rich volcanic soil with rainfall in excess of sixteen inches per year. However, the humidity is evident from the extremely heavy dew that forms five nights out of six in July
Temple - 1004, having occupied seven years and six months in the building. ...
Within this court, and surrounded by it, was the "court of the Priests;" one hundred and sixty-five cubits long and one hundred and nineteen cubits wide, and raised two and a half cubits above the surrounding court, from which it was separated by pillars and a railing. 17, and fortysix years before the first Passover of Christ's ministry. For whereas the second temple was seventy cubits long, sixty broad, and sixty high, this was one hundred cubits long, seventy broad, and one hundred high
Jerusalem - ...
The modern wall, built in 1542, varies from twenty to sixty feet in height, and is about two and a half miles in circuit. The most beautiful part of the city is the area of the great mosque-from which until recently all Christians have been rigorously excluded for six centuries-with its lawns and cypress trees, and the noble dome rising high above the wall
Predestination - ‘Foreordain’ in the passages referred to above, and also in Acts 4:28 (AV_ ‘determined before’), 1 Corinthians 2:7 (AV_ ‘ordained’), renders προορίζειν, the tense employed in these six instances being the aorist, as befitted a purpose of the Divine mind from eternity
Political Conditions - At Caesarea, the headquarters, was a force of three thousand men, of whom five-sixths were infantry. A cohort of five or six hundred infantry, with a detachment of cavalry and a body of spearmen or slingers (Acts 23:23), was quartered in the fortress of Antonia. sixteen years later, the entire Empire was visited by a financial crisis so severe that bankruptcies multiplied beyond enumeration, and even some of the public treasuries suspended payments in cash
Paul - This was a long journey of about 130 miles, which would occupy perhaps six days, during which, with his few attendants, he steadily went onward, "breathing out threatenings and slaughter
Time - In Acts it is probable that the usage is not meant to be minutely precise since the mention of months is invariably in threes (Acts 7:20; Acts 19:8; Acts 20:3; Acts 28:11, but once in twice three-six, Acts 18:11). The occurrence of Xanthicus in 2 Maccabees 11:30; 2 Maccabees 11:38 (the sixth month of the Macedonian calendar) shows clearly the existence of a Macedonian element in the mixed usage
Baptism - Cyprian, and a council of ministers (held about the year 254) no less than sixty-six in number, unanimously agreed that children might be baptized as soon as they were born
Maccabees - For six years the war raged, and it is said that 50,000 Jews perished
Abortion - It underlies God's curse of Cain (Genesis 4:10-11 ), is explained in God's covenant with Noah (Genesis 9:5-6 ), is exemplified in the lives of Jacob (Genesis 27:41-42 ; 32:11-12 ), Joseph (Genesis 37:21,22 , 27 ; 42:22 ), and Moses (Exodus 2:12-14 ), and finally is encoded as the sixth commandment (Exodus 20:13 ; Deuteronomy 5:17 ). Jacob's struggle with Esau in the womb prophetically anticipated events later in life (Genesis 25:21-26 ), and when John the Baptist, as a fetus of six months, leapt in the presence of the newly conceived Jesus, he inaugurated his witness to the One who is to come (Luke 1:39-45 )
Ethics - ...
In the psalms God is holy (seven times); so is his name (= character, six times), his temple, mountain, arm, city, heaven, throne, hill, and promise, and God swears by his holiness. The fifth protects the order of primitive society; the sixth, seventh, and eighth, the sanctity of life, marriage, and property (on which life might depend)
Gentiles - This may have led our translators to render Ἕλλην six times by ‘Gentile’ [3]. ...
(4) If the Gospel of Mark was written ‘at the latest in the sixth decade of the first century’ (Harnack, Date of the Acts, p
Paul as a Student - He had a little boy that served him in his chambers, called David Elistone, who, among thirty-six scholars, so many were we in the class, was by far the best
Joseph - ]'>[4] some six or seven short excerpts are made, the longest being Genesis 46:6-27 , where the object and the parenthetic quality are evident
Blessing (2) - by God): it occurs six times in the acclamation, borrowed from Psalms 118:26 [22], of ‘him that cometh’; Matthew 21:8; Matthew 23:35 and the || passages, Mark 11:9, Luke 13:35; Luke 19:38, John 12:13 (where D Ahithophel - And his high talents and his great services had carried him to the very top of the six hundred, where he stood clothed with worth and with honour beside Eliam the son of Ahithophel
Jephthah And His Daughter - I expect to read in The Athenæum or The Academy some Saturday night soon that the land of Tob has been discovered and identified, and Jephthah's headquarters in it, with Exodus thirty-fourth and sixth and seventh still legible on its doorpost. For six years this life for others went on with Jephthah
Esau - ...
In that extraordinary solidity of style, in which Moses sometimes surpasses Dante himself, we have Isaac and Esau and Jacob set before us to the life in six or seven verses
Persecution - When urged by the proconsul to renounce Christ, he replied, "Fourscore and six years have I served him, and he has never done me an injury: can I blaspheme my King and my Saviour?" Several miracles are reported to have happened at his death. ...
sixth general persecution
Circumcision - They have no fixed day for the performance of this rite, and generally wait till the child is five or six years of age
Preaching - A pulpit of wood, in the fashion of a small tower, was placed there on purpose for the preacher; and this turret was supported by a scaffold, or temporary gallery, where, in a wing on the right hand of the pulpit, sat six of the principal preachers; and in another on the left, seven
Jesus Christ - Three days later he rose from the dead and during the next six weeks appeared to his disciples and others on a number of occasions in various places (Acts 1:3)
Tabernacle - Twenty frames go to form each long side of the enclosure (1 1 /2x20 = 30 cubits); the western end requires only six frames (1 1 /2x6 = 9 cubs
Thessalonians Epistles to the - The chronological scheme of Acts would allow for a stay of six months (Ramsay, St
David - It is supposed by some that the sixth, seventh, and eleventh Psalms were composed by him at this time. ...
After a reign of forty years and six months (2 Samuel 5:5 ; 1 Chronicles 3:4 ) David died (B
Faith - The Hebrew language has six terms that develop the fundamental ideas of belief, trust, and loyalty
Eternal Life, Eternality, Everlasting Life - ...
"His love endures forever" is repeated twenty-six times in Psalm 136 alone
Hezekiah - The Passover must have been five or six years later than the purification of the temple, which was in Hezekiah's first year; for it was not until the sixth year of Hezekiah that the king of Assyria took Samaria (ver
Leprosy - Of six cases of well-marked leprosy among the Jews of Jerusalem which the present writer can recall, only one of them, a stranger from India, was in any way isolated, and he only after he had been in the English Hospital for some days among all the other patients; when he could no longer be kept he was sent to the Leper Hospital, where he died
David - At one time there seemed to be some hope of reconciliation between Saul and David ( 1 Samuel 26:24-25 ), but evidently this was short-lived, for soon afterwards David escapes once more, and comes with six hundred followers to the court of Achish, king of Gath
Jesuits - Before the expiration of the sixteenth century they had obtained the chief direction of the education of youth in every Catholic country in Europe, and had become the confessors of almost all its noblest monarchs. On the sixth of August, 1762, their institute was condemned by the parliament, as contrary to the laws of the state, to the obedience due to the sovereign, and to the welfare of the kingdom. At midnight, March 31st, 1767, large bodies of military surrounded the six colleges of the Jesuits in Madrid, forced the gates, secured the bells, collected the fathers in the refectory, and read to them the king's order for their instant transportation
Deluge - By the celebrated Ogdoas of the Egyptians, consisting of eight persons sailing together in the sacred baris or ark, they imagine the family of Noah, which was precisely eight in number, to have been designated; and in the rites of Adonis or Thammuz, in particular, they point out many circumstances which seem to possess a distinct reference to the events recorded in the sixth and seventh chapters of Genesis. Others of them affirm, that only six persons were saved, by means of a float or raft, and that from them all the inhabitants of the country are descended. " The following is Sir William Jones's abridgment of it; and the identity of the event which it describes, with that of the Hebrew historian, is too obvious to require any particular illustration: "The demon Hayagriva, having purloined the Vedas from the custody of Brahma, while he was reposing at the close of the sixth Manwantara, the whole race of men became corrupt, except the seven Rishis, and Satyavrata, who then reigned in Dravira, a maritime region to the south of Carnata
Plagues of Egypt - And though the king sent and found that not one of the Israelites was dead, yet his heart was hardened this sixth time also, and he would not let the people go, Exodus 9:1-7 . ...
The Israelites were thrust out of Egypt on the fifteenth day of the first month, "about six hundred thousand men on foot, beside women and children
Egypt - Some Hyksos had settled in Lower Egypt as early as the sixth dynasty; they extended their power in the fourteenth dynasty, and reigned supreme in the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth dynasties. ...
Egypt recovered this shock under Psammetichus I of Sais (twenty-sixth dynasty), and in the days of Josiah, PHARAOH-NECHO, anxious to rival the glories of the eighteenth and nineteenth dynasties, set out to attack the king of Assyria and to recover the long-lost sway of Egypt over Syria. The Necho of scripture is Nekau on the monuments, a king of the twenty-sixth dynasty. Twenty-six names of kings are given, commencing with Menes, but some are probably mythical
Weights And Measures - artabe (although in Isaiah 5:10 six artabai go to a homer) or metrçtes . Again the ephah and bath were both divided into sixths ( Ezekiel 45:13 ); the 1 /6 bath was the hin , but the name of the 1 /6 ephah is unknown. The hin was divided into halves, thirds (= cab), quarters, sixths, and twelfths (= log)
Synagogue - For the reading from the Pentateuch different members of the congregation were called up, on Sabbath seven, on the Day of Atonement six, on festival days five, on New Moon and semi-festivals four, and on the second and fifth weekdays and Sabbath afternoons three (Meg
Revelation, the Book of - ...
A careful look at the sixth seal is important for understanding the literary structure and episodic sequence of the Revelation. The description of the judgments initiated by the first six seals would no doubt tend to overwhelm John's audience, so he interrupted the sequence leading to the seventh seal to remind us that the people of God need not despair, for, as the “bond-servants of God” (Revelation 7:3 NAS), they have the promise of heaven. ...
Just as the interlude between the sixth and seventh seals reminded us that the people of God are safe from the eternally destructive effects of God's wrath, so also between the sixth and seventh trumpets we are reminded of God's protective hand on His people (Revelation 10:1-11:14 )
Evil - Deuteronomy 6:5 ); ethics are considered in the last six of the Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:12-17 ; Deuteronomy 5:16-21 ) and by the second "Great Commandment" (Leviticus 19:18 )
Little Ones - —The phrase ‘one of these little ones’ occurs in the records of our Lord’s discourses in the Synoptic Gospels six times (Matthew 10:42; Matthew 18:6; Matthew 18:10; Matthew 18:14, Mark 9:42, Luke 17:2), although, to satisfy these references, it need not have been employed by our Lord on more than two or three different occasions
Money (2) - —In the Authorized Version six Greek words are rendered ‘money,’ ‘tribute money,’ or ‘piece of money. Mina (μνᾶ, Luke 19:13; Luke 19:16; Luke 19:18; Luke 19:20; Luke 19:24-25 Authorized Version and Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 pound) is the sixtieth part of the talent. 217 onwards it was equivalent to sixteen asses, and weighed 1/84; of the Roman pound, or 60 grains troy
Presbyterians - The commissioners are chosen annually six weeks before the meeting of the assembly; and the ruling elders are often men of the first eminence in the kingdom for rank and talents
Jerusalem - Only during the past six centuries have traditions connected the martyr Stephen with the present St
Assumption of Moses - Thus in 5:6 we have six lines of duplicate rendering, and there are dittographies also in 6:3; 8:5; 11:13
Sin - ”...
Most occurrences of 'âshâm refer to the compensation given to satisfy someone who has been injured, or to the “trespass offering” or “guilt offering” presented on the altar by the repentant offender after paying a compensation of six-fifths of the damage inflicted ( Ephraim (4) the Syrian - " The great edition of his works is that in six vols
Law of Moses - ( Leviticus 25:31-34 ) (3) Land or houses sanctified , or tithes, or unclean firstlings, to be capable of being redeemed, at six-fifths value (calculated according to the distance from the jubilee year by the priest); if devoted by the owner and unredeemed, to be hallowed at the jubilee forever, and given to the priests; if only by a possessor, to return to the owner at the jubilee. (14:22-28) (c) First-fruits of corn, wine and oil (at least one sixtieth, generally one fortieth, for the priests) to be offered at Jerusalem, with a solemn declaration of dependence on God the King of Israel
Jeremiah - six whole years before Jerusalem's fall Jeremiah wrote the prophecy of Babylon's own doom, for Seraiah to take to Babylon when he went there on behalf of Zedekiah (margin, Jeremiah 51:59-64), and therewith to console the captives
Leucius, Author of n.t. Apocryphal Additions - 350) gives six arguments for the early date of Leucius, not one of which is conclusive, all being vitiated by the tacit assumption that Leucius was a real person, and not, as we hold, merely the fictitious name of an imaginary disciple of St
Propitiation (2) - —The idea of propitiation is directly expressed in the NT by the words ἱλάσκομαι, ἱλασμός, and ἱλαστήριον, which occur but six times
Presbyterians - The commissioners are chosen annually six weeks before the meeting of the assembly; and the ruling elders are often men of the first eminence in the kingdom for rank and talents
Missions - ]'>[5] He says that ‘the picture in Acts is cut up, as it were, into six panels, each labelled with a general summary of progress’; and his arrangement is adopted here. Paul’s second missionary journey (Acts 16:6 to Acts 19:20); sixth stage, the extension of the Church to Rome (Acts 19:21 to Acts 28:31)
Miracles - ...
Six demons He cast out, two of which witnessed He is "the Holy One
Wisdom - Hort, six Lectures on the Ante-Nicene Fathers, do
Hell - Paul at least, six of these are frequently in evidence, and this gives more significance to his silence about the seventh
Preaching - A pulpit of wood, in the fashion of a small tower, was placed there on purpose for the preacher; and this turret was supported by a scaffold, or temporary gallery, where, in a wing on the right hand of th pulpit, sat six of the principal preachers; and in another, on the left, seven. Bishop Wilkins enumerated, in 1646, upwards of sixty who had written on the subject
Paul - , six years after his conversion, A
Birth of Christ - ]'>[1] More recently Sanday has emphasized the same argument, more especially in relation to the Benedictus, in which he finds quite a piling up of expressions characteristic of the old popular Messianic expectation; the first five or six verses are quite sufficient to mark this essentially pre-Christian character (Critical Questions, p
Oracle - He alleges, that Cicero, speaking of the Delphic oracle, the most revered of any in the Heathen world, declares, that nothing was become more contemptible, not only in his days, but long before him; that Demosthenes, who lived about three hundred years earlier, affirmed of the same oracle, in a public speech to the people of Athens, that it was gained to the interests of King Philip, an enemy to that city; that the Greek historians, tell us, how, on several other occasions, it had been corrupted by money, to serve the views of particular persons and parties, and the prophetess sometimes had been deposed for bribery and lewdness; that there were some great sects of philosophers, who, on principle, disavowed the authority of all oracles; agreeably to all which Strabo tells us, that divination in general and oracles had been in high credit among the ancients, but in his days were treated with much contempt; lastly, that Eusebius also, the great historian of the primitive church, declares, that there were six hundred writers among the Heathens themselves who had publicly written against the reality of them
Baptism - Cyprian, and a council of ministers, held about the year 254, no less than sixty-six in number, unanimously agreed that children might be baptized as soon as they were born
Hell - Paul at least, six of these are frequently in evidence, and this gives more significance to his silence about the seventh
Old Testament - Of the six quotations in James, five are unmistakably ethical; and even the text from Genesis 15:6, which St
Physician - Thessalos of Tralles in Lydia announced himself as able to train physicians in six months
Money - 2 Kings 5:5 ‘six thousand’ of gold, where AV David - (2 Samuel 5:4; 1 Kings 2:11; 1 Chronicles 29:27); over all Israel, seven years and six months later, 1048 B. ...
Three of his 30 captains broke through and brought it; but David, with the tender conscientiousness which characterized him (compare 1 Samuel 24:5; 2 Samuel 24:10), and which appreciated the deep spirituality of the sixth commandment, would not drink it but poured it out to the Lord, saying, "My God forbid it me: shall I drink the blood of these men that have put their lives in jeopardy?" (1 Chronicles 10:15-19)
Elisha - "...
Joash's half heartedness deprived him of complete triumph; for when told to smite the ground, he smote but thrice, instead of five or six times
Biblical Theology - ...
Crowning six days (whether literal or metaphorical) of creative activity, God brought humankind into being
Corinthians, First Epistle to the - 275) thinks that we must date our Epistle some six months earlier, in the second autumn before St
Sexuality, Human - The rape of the Levite's concubine in Gibeah (Judges 19:1-30 ) resulted in a civil war wherein the tribe of Benjamin, except for six hundred, was exterminated
Grace - The word hen [1] occurs around sixty times in the Old Testament. There, in the space of six verses, Moses is said to have found favor with God five times, hen [1] being translated either "find favor" or "be pleased with
John the Baptist - John was the senior of Jesus by six months (Luke 1:36; Luke 1:57, cf
Son of God - On several occasions (six times in Mt
Arius, Followers of - The first consisted of the six years between the death of Constantine and the council of Sardica (343)
Boyhood - ), enacted ‘that teachers of boys should be appointed in every town, and that children of the age of six or seven should be brought to them
Job - The succeeding six chapters (32 37) are ascribed to a new character, a young man, Elihu the Buzite, who is dissatisfied] with both Job and his friends
John, Gospel of - The specification of six water-pots ( John 2:6 ), five and twenty furlongs ( John 6:19 ), two hundred cubits ( John 21:8 ), and the hundred and fifty-three fishes ( John 21:11 ), is a further illustration either of an old man’s exact reminiscences of events long past or of a late writer’s pretended acquaintance with precise details
Work - Material, temporal, and spatial reality are made in a sequence of six days
Psalms - six times in Psalm 108 and once in David's Psalm 144
Barnabas, Epistle of - The six days of creation are in reality 6000 years; hence the true Sabbath cannot be observed until the coming of the Son of God (ch
Beatitude - ’ The six Beatitudes that intervene unfold different aspects of Christian virtue and set forth its peculiar blessedness, for each blessing promised is the fitting reward of the inward grace, and each is included in the promise of the Kingdom
Dream (2) - In the Gospel of Matthew, however, no fewer than five or six instances occur
Palestine - ...
The population, anciently from three to six millions, is now under one million
Annunciation, the - Luke (Luke 1:26-38) tells us that this announcement was made to Mary by the angel Gabriel at Nazareth six months after the same angel had told Zacharias in the Temple at Jerusalem that his wife Elisabeth should bear him a son, who was to be called John. Another wonderful birth is about to take place, and by the mention of ‘the sixth month’ the angel assures Mary that all is known to him
Canaan - The Asmonean dynasty, which united, in the person of the monarch, the functions of king and pontiff, though tributary to Roman conquerors, lasted one hundred and twenty-six years, till the kingdom was given by Anthony to Herod the Great, of an Idumean family, B
Abram - Abraham afterward married Keturah; by whom he had six sons, Zimran, Jokshan, Medan, Midian, Ishbak, and Shuah; who became heads of different people, which dwelt in Arabia, and around it
Trade And Commerce - The whole journey from Alexandria to Barace and back took six months
New Testament - correcting by older Latin manuscripts the edition of Jerome's Vulgate put forth by sixtus V, A. 1590, with anathemas against any who should alter it 'in minima particula,' and afterwards altered by Clement VIII (1592) in 2,000 places in spite of sixtus' anathema) and as many out of the Protestant pope Stephens' edition, I can set out an edition of each (Latin, Vulgate, and Greek text) in columns, without using any book under 900 years old, that shall so exactly agree word for word, and order for order, that no two tallies can agree better. Owing to the Complutensian Greek New Testament not being published, though printed, until the Polyglot was complete, Erasmus' Greek New Testament was the first published, namely, by Froben a printer of Basle, March 1516, six years before the Complutensian. 'aleph, B, fourth century; A, C, Q, T, fragments, fifth century; D, P, R, Z, E2, D2, H3, sixth century; theta, seventh century; E, L, lambda, xi, B2, eighth century; F, K, M, X, T, delta, H2, G or L2, F2, G2, K2, M2, ninth century; G, H, S, V (E3), tenth century. Written in Egypt early in fifth century, corrected in sixth, and again in ninth century, to agree with Constantinopolitan text. It comes from the sixth century. It comes from the sixth century. Codex Guelpherbytani (P, Q), two fragmentary rescriptae, sixth century: P, the Gospels; Q, Luke and John: in the ducal library at Wolfenbuttel. E, Laudianus, Greek and Latin; Laud gave it to Bodleian Library, Oxford; brought from Sardinia; Hearne edited it 1715; sixth century (Tischendorf). Manuscripts of Paul's epistles besides 'aleph, A, B, C, D (delta in Lachmann), Claromontanus, Greek and Latin, in Royal Library, Paris; came from Clermont, Beza had owned it; all Paul's epistles except a few verses; Tischendorf published it, 1852; sixth century. ...
H, Coislinianus, at Paris; fragment of Paul's epistles; brought from Mount Athos; Montfaucon edited it in 1715; though Constantinopolitan in origin it agrees with the ancient authorities, not the Byzantine and received text; sixth or seventh century, but its authority is that of the best text of Caesarea in the beginning of the fourth century; the transcriber's note is, "this copy was collated with a copy in Caesarea belonging to the library of S. The texts of sixtus V (1590) and Clement VIII (1592), authorized with anathemas, differ widely from Jerome's true text as restored by the Amiatinus manuscript or Laurentianus, which was transcribed by Servandus, abbot of Monast. Versions later than sixth century are valueless as witnesses to the ancient text
Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs - Visions are mentioned six times
Bible - About the middle of the sixteenth century, Bedell, bishop of Kilmore, set on foot a translation of the Old Testament into the Irish language, the New Testament and the Liturgy having been before translated into that language: the bishop appointed one King to execute this work, who, not understanding the oriental languages, was obliged to translate it from the English. Fifty-four learned men were appointed to this office by the king, as appears by his letter to the archbishop, dated 1604; which being three years before the translation was entered upon, it is probable seven of them were either dead, or had declined the task; since Fuller's list of the translators makes but forty-seven, who, being ranged under six divisions, entered on their province in 1607
Science (2) - Only six are named, but one of these is named twice in order to make up the number seven, merely so that the holy number may be introduced
English Versions - The version in question is a translation of the Gospels in the dialect of Wessex, of which six MSS (with a fragment of a seventh) are now extant
Education - At the age of six the Jewish boy would go to the elementary school (Bêth ha-Sçpher), but before this he would have received lessons in Scripture from his parents and have learned the Shʿma‘ and the Hallçl, From the sixth to the tenth year he would make a study of the Law, along with writing and arithmetic. First, there was the stage of home education, extending from birth to the end of the seventh year, when the children were under parental supervision; second, the stage of school education, beginning with the eighth year and lasting to the sixteenth or eighteenth year; thirdly, there was the stage from the sixteenth or eighteenth to the twenty-first year, when the youths were ἔφηβοι, and were subjected to strict discipline and training
Josephus - For six weeks he withstood with great skill and daring the Roman assault upon Jotapata, a fortress commanding the line of approach from Ptolemais, and then played his part with such address that, falling into the hands of the Romans as the last survivor of the siege, he caught the personal notice of Vespasian by means of a prophecy. -Our estimate of the historic reliability of Josephus, despite the personal attestation of Titus and the sixty-two commendatory letters of Agrippa ii
Socialism - The gilds were destroyed in the sixteenth century, and the whole mediaeval system crumbled away to make room for a new order. Morris’ Dream of John Ball, Thorold Rogers’ six Centuries of Work and Wages, Hyndman’s The Hist
Messiah - The Jews themselves allow, that, during this short war against the Romans, in defense of this false Messiah, they lost five or six hundred thousand souls
Arabia - In the former country, the Fatimites collected a library of a hundred thousand manuscripts, beautifully transcribed, and very elegantly bound; and in the latter, the Ommiades formed another of six hundred thousand volumes; forty-four of which were employed in the catalogue
Paul - Paul was encouraged in a vision, to persevere in his exertions to convert the inhabitants of Corinth; and although he met with great opposition and disturbance from the unbelieving Jews, and was accused by them before Gallio, the Roman governor of Achaia, he continued there a year and six months, "teaching the word of God
Montanus - Tertullian no doubt defended the Montanist position in his lost work in six books on ecstasy
Polycarpus, Bishop of Smyrna - " Then Polycarp made the memorable answer "Eighty and six years have I served Him and He has never done me wrong; how then can I blaspheme my King and my Saviour! " The 86 years must clearly count from Polycarp's baptism; so that if we are not to ascribe to him an improbable length of life we must infer that he was the child of Christian parents and had been baptized if not in infancy in very early childhood
Text of the New Testament - Tischendorf attributes the original text of the MS to four scribes, one of whom he believes (though, in the opinion of many, this is very questionable) to have been also the scribe of the Codex Vaticanus (B); and the corrections to six different hands, of whom the most important are א a (about contemporary with the original scribe), and א ca and א cb (of the 7th cent
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By the fourth it was agreed that the rule of faith called the Interim should be considered as null and void; that the contending parties should enjoy the free and undisturbed exercise of their religion until a diet should be assembled to determine amicably the present disputes (which diet was to meet in the space of six months;) and that this religious liberty should continue always, in case it should be found impossible to come to a uniformity in doctrine and worship
John, Gospel of (ii. Contents) - The ‘forty-six years’ since the beginning of the building of the Temple may possibly be connected with the age assigned to Jesus (‘not yet fifty years old’); it has been suggested that the Evangelist wishes to make Him seven times seven years old at the Crucifixion; but this is very doubtful
Simon Magus - The story of Simon is then related by two of his pupils: that his father’s name was Antonius, his mother’s Rachel; that he was a Samaritan of the village of Gitta, six miles from Samaria; that he was educated at Alexandria, and was skilled in the wisdom of the Greeks and in magic
Basilius, Bishop of Caesarea in Cappadocia - We have as many as six letters from Basil to Modestus in favour of different individuals (Bas
Christ in the Early Church - It can scarcely, from a theological point of view, be limited to a shorter period than that which is closed by the sixth Œcumenical Council (a. The sixth Council (Constantinople, 681) marks the last phase of the long debate. Polycarp of Smyrna, when called upon by the pro-consul to revile Christ, confessed in memorable words, ‘Fourscore and six years have I served Him, and He hath done me no wrong
Hippolytus Romanus - Eusebius says that he wrote a work on the Paschal feast, in which he gives a sixteen-years' Easter table, and accompanies it with a chronology, the boundary of his calculations being the first year of the emperor Alexander, i. One side has a sixteen-years' cycle, exactly corresponding to the description of Eusebius and beginning with the first year of Alexander. The cycle of Hippolytus is not astronomically correct, and, as the Syriac writer correctly states, the error accumulates at the rate of three days for every sixteen-years' cycle. That the work on heresies connects itself with six distinct works of Hippolytus makes the ascription certain
Apostles - Practically nothing can he brought forward in support of this hypothesis; for who can attach any value to the fact that three of the Apostles bore the same names as three of our Lord’s brothers, when it is known that these names were among the most common in the land? The statement made in John 7:5 that six months before the Crucifixion none of our Lord’s brothers believed on Him is wholly inconsistent with the view that two or even three of them were Apostles
Hosius (1), a Confessor Under Maximian - 328), and for six years the Roman empire was divided between these two rulers, Diocletian having the East and Maximian the West
Chrysostom, John, Bishop of Constantinople - On his arrival he exercised metropolitical authority, deposing six bishops convicted of simony, and correcting with unsparing hand the venality and licentiousness of the clergy ( ib
Clement of Alexandria - He enumerates six illustrious teachers under whom he studied the "true tradition of the blessed doctrine of the holy apostles. The sixth and seventh books are designed, as Clement states (vi
Dioscorus (1), Patriarch of Alexandria - According to a deacon, Ischyrion, Dioscorus had laid waste property, inflicted fines and exile, bought up and sold at a high price the wheat sent by the government to Libya, appropriated and grossly misspent money left by a lady named Peristeria for religious and charitable purposes, received women of notorious character into his house, persecuted Ischyrion as a favourite of Cyril's, ruined the little estate which was his only support, sent a "phalanx of ecclesiastics, or rather of ruffians," to put him to death, and, after his escape, again sought to murder him in a hospital; in proof, Ischyrion appealed to six persons, one of whom was bath-keeper to Dioscorus ( ib. The doctrinal decisions of the Ephesian council of 431, in its first and sixth sessions, were then read
Jerusalem - Jerusalem was situated in a stony and barren soil, and was about sixty furlongs in length, according to Strabo. One hundred and sixty years from this period, the city was again taken, by Esar-haddon, king of Assyria; and Manasseh, the king, carried a prisoner to Babylon, 2 Chronicles 33. Within the space of sixty-six years more it was taken by Pharaoh-Necho, king of Egypt, whom Josiah, king of Judah, had opposed in his expedition to Carchemish; and who, in consequence, was killed at the battle of Megiddo, and his son Eliakim placed on the throne in his stead by Necho, who changed his name to Jehoiakim, and imposed a heavy tribute upon him, having sent his elder brother, Jehoahaz, who had been proclaimed king at Jerusalem, a prisoner to Egypt, where he died, 2 Kings 23; 2 Chronicles 35. To him also a representation hostile to the Jews was made by their inveterate enemies, the Samaritans; but this noble prince refused to listen to it, and having searched the rolls of the kingdom, and found in the palace at Acmetha the decree of Cyrus, issued a similar one, which reached Jerusalem in the subsequent year, and even ordered these very Samaritans to assist the Jews in their work; so that it was completed in the sixth year of the same reign, Ezra 4:24 ; Ezra 5; Ezra 6:1-15
Jews - The number of persons who returned at this time was forty-two thousand three hundred and sixty, and seven thousand three hundred and thirty-seven servants. 167,) eminent for his piety and resolution, and the father of five sons, equally zealous for their religion, encouraged the people by his example and exhortations, "to stand up for the law:" and having soon collected an army of six thousand men, he eagerly undertook to free Judea from the oppression and persecution of the Syrians, and to restore the worship of the God of Israel; but being very old when he engaged in this important and arduous work, he did not live to see its completion. In the thirty-sixth year of the reign of Herod, while Augustus was emperor of Rome, the Saviour of mankind was born of the virgin Mary, of the lineage of David, in the city of Bethlehem of Judea, according to the word of prophecy. This is done in memory of the manna, of which a double portion fell on the sixth day of the week
Bible - It appears also, from the sixth chap. From the time when the Old Testament was completed by Malachi, the last of the prophets, till the publication of the New Testament, about four hundred and sixty years elapsed. six of the Apostles, and two inspired disciples who accompanied them in their journeys, were employed in this work
Synods - The fourth was that of Elvira, which rejected by its thirty-sixth canon any use whatever even of pictures. Of sixty synods which were convened to regulate the affairs of the church between the second and third general councils, A. Peter to Symmachus; a circumstance which must have vitiated the boasted apostolic succession in the bishops of Rome, and therefore have destroyed their title to infallibility! Cabals and intrigues for being elected to the popedom disgraced the commencement of the sixth century. The synods which were held during the remainder of the sixth century were confined to France and Spain. They amount in number to twenty-six; and, like the rest of the minor class which preceded them, canons are interspersed among their acts which have in view the security of church property, and the rights, privileges, and powers of the different ranks of the clergy. In none of them is to be found the least authority for the distinguishing tenets of the modern church of Rome; so that, to the very close of the sixth century, she may be considered as being orthodox, pure, and uncorrupt. ...
As the history of synods after the sixth century dwindles down into a meagre narrative of the unjust incroachments and corrupt innovations of the church of Rome, and of the ineffectual struggles of Christian churches in various parts of Europe to resist his usurpation, we shall close this article with an account of the popish synod of Sardica and of the Protestant synod of Dort. The light increased during the succeeding century, when those brave witnesses for the truth, John Huss and Jerome of Prague, suffered martyrdom; and the sixteenth century was favoured with the full blaze of day when Luther and Melancthon were encouraged and supported in their benevolent and arduous undertaking, and succeeded in putting down the shadowy forms of superstition and idolatry. At the sixth council of Carthage, Austin strenuously denied the right of appeal to the Roman see, although a letter has been forged in his name, strenuously contending for it, which is now deposited among the pious frauds of the Vatican
Egypt - 527, six months after the death of Amasis
Julianus, Flavius Claudius, Emperor - Here for six years they were kept under surveillance, with no lack of material comforts, but apart from young men of their own age and with only the society of their slaves (Greg
Tertullianus, Quintus Septimius Florens - For five or six years persecution was stayed years of literary activity on the part of Tertullian