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1 Intro | 21 After some delays, the book received the official approval 2 Intro | Finally, we can mention the book of Henry R. Percival, which 3 Intro | is necessary to note this book because the excursus often 4 1”,7 | Josephus, who says, in his book VII on the Jews, that it 5 1”,7 | Dositheus in the Dodecabiblus, Book II, ch. 4. But even if we 6 1”,11| behold, at the end of this book we have inserted a diagram, 7 1”,11| given by Sozomen, who says (Book VII, ch. 16): “In the beginning 8 1”,14| traced. Cardinal Bonas (Book I concerning liturgical 9 1”,14| illuminati, in ch. 7 of Book VIII of the Apostolical 10 1”,14| catechism. Chapter 8 of the same Book of the Injunctions refers 11 2”,2 | is attested by Socrates (Book 5, ch. 8), officiation beyond 12 2”,3 | Novel 130 to be found in Book V of the Basilica, Title 13 2”,6 | Because of the fact that in Book LX of the Basilica, Title 14 4”,9 | Justinian Novel 123 (found in Book III of the Basilica, Title 15 4”,10| 16 (found in Title III of Book III of the Basilica) prescribes 16 4”,15| Armenopoulos, moreover, says (Book VI, Title III) that those 17 5 | According to Dositheus (Book V, ch. 16 of the Dodecabiblus), 18 7 | that there was also another book containing the present Canons 19 7”,15| of Justinian (recorded in Book III of the Basilica, Title 20 7”,16| 16.~ Since in the Book of Acts the Apostles instruct 21 7”,16| quite big one: witness the Book of Acts. In the course of 22 7”,16| the table, the text of the Book of Acts being as follows: “ 23 7”,16| city, as recorded in the Book of Acts. The Fathers of 24 7”,28| name be stricken from the book of bishops. But if they 25 7”,63| Zonaras states, and ch. 32 of Book VIII of the Apostolic Injunctions 26 7”,64| is written in the Fourth Book of Kings: “And Manasseh 27 7”,67| cut up, or to turn over to book stores or to so-called druggists, 28 7”,67| must he give these away to book stores, or to persons who 29 7”,69| Ecclesiastical History of Eusebius (Book 7, ch. 30) that a council 30 7”,76| The Apostolic Injunctions, Book 1, ch. 9, prohibit the bathing 31 7”,76| by Clement of Alexandria (Book 3, ch. 5, of his Pardagogus).~ ~ ~ 32 7”,88| the Apostolic Injunctions, Book V, ch. 19, say that Christians 33 7”,90| destroyed by it. Even in Book LX of the Basilica, Title 34 7”,95| common in their Injunctions, Book I, ch. 3, command men not 35 7”,96| Concord.~That is why Book V of the Basilica, Title 36 7”,96| according to ch. 21 of Book V of the Basilica).~ ~ ~ 37 8”,1 | in the beginning of this book in the Prolegomena to the 38 8”,2 | and the holy Gospel, the book of the divine Apostle, and 39 8”,2 | people not only to read the book of Deuteronomy throughout 40 8”,2 | of this Deuteronomy in a book obtained from the priests 41 8”,6 | according to the author of the Book of Proverbs. But no Metropolitan 42 8”,8 | Canon ch. 44 of Title I of Book I of the Basilica decrees 43 8”,8 | 47 of the same Title and Book decrees that no Jew shall 44 8”,23| city of France (Socrates, Book VII, ch. 30). Yet, according 45 8”,23| is why St. Augustine (in Book III concerning the City 46 8”,23| Ecclesiastical History (Book I, ch. 9), says that “all 47 8”,23| is stated by Socrates in Book VII, ch. 31. This appellation 48 8”,23| according to Socrates (Book V, ch. 8). One of such bishops 49 8”,23| laws, p. 8, of the second book of the Juris).~ ~ ~ [10] 50 8”,23| Josephus (concerning the Jews, Book VII, ch. 18) the city was 51 8”,23| according to Josephus (Book XV, ch. 13, on the Jews), 52 8”,23| Maza, according to Sozomen, Book V, ch. 4, as well as Mazaca; 53 8”,23| as Eusebius states in his Book VI, ch. 43.~ ~ [13] The 54 8”,23| say in their Injunctions (Book II, ch. 18): “Accept a sinner 55 8”,23| village (Sozomen, Eccl. Hist., Book X, ch. 14; and Socrates, 56 8”,23| X, ch. 14; and Socrates, Book X, ch. 9).~ ~ [15] In Book 57 8”,23| Book X, ch. 9).~ ~ [15] In Book IV, ch. 14, of his Ecclesiastical 58 8”,23| Eusebius, Eccl. Hist., Book X, ch. 8; and concerning 59 8”,23| the life of Constantine, Book I, ch. 54). But after he 60 8”,23| the life of Constantine, Book II, ch. 33; and Sozomen, 61 8”,23| Eusebius, Eccl. Hist., Book VI, ch. 44). Elias, too, 62 8”,23| Apostolical Injunctions, too, in Book VIII, ch. 46, say “Neither 63 8”,23| third title of the first book of ordinances, which is 64 8”,23| of ordinances, which is Book II of the Basilica, Title 65 8”,23| Eusebius (Eccl. History, Book VII, ch. 27) he believed 66 8”,23| Second Discourse on the Book of Job). An indictment ( 67 8”,23| these Injunctions say, in Book III, ch. 9, in connection 68 8”,23| the 15th ch. of the 3rd book (of the Injunctions), to 69 8”,23| unfaithful woman might enter (Book II, ch. 17); and she examined 70 8”,23| to her luck and attitude (Book III, ch. 14 and 19). But 71 8”,23| 20 and 28 of the eighth book (of the Injunctions) she 72 8”,23| surnamed Stromateus, in his Book III, says that the Apostles 73 8”,23| the words in ch. 20 of the Book of Revelation (v. 3 to 7), 74 8”,23| Hierapolis (in Euseb. Eccl. Hist, book 3, ch. 34) and others. Hence 75 8”,23| and from what Jerome says (Book 18 on Isaiah). On this account 76 8”,23| according to Euseb. Eccl. Hist., book 3; and that consequently 77 8”,23| Sozomenus, Eccl. Hist., book 4, ch. 6. Concerning this 78 8”,23| although Socrates (in his book 5, ch. 8) says that the 79 8”,23| Discourse 5, ch. 8) and Sozomen (book 7, ch. 9) say, after the 80 8”,23| According to Socrates, book 5, ch. 21.)~ ~ [53] The 81 8”,23| bolted.~ ~ [54] Socrates (book 2, ch. 10) relates that 82 8”,23| mentioned also by Theodoret (book 5, ch. 9). For in the Conciliar 83 8”,23| 29 of the fourth Title of Book I (Photius Title IX, ch. 84 8”,23| ecclesiastical edict in Book I of the Code, Title IV, 85 8”,23| according to Socrates (book 5, ch. 21), left the Jews 86 8”,23| confession, and they gave him a book in which was written the 87 8”,23| according to Socrates (book 4, ch. 11). Basil the Great, 88 8”,23| according to Eusebius (book 5, ch. 15, of his historical 89 8”,23| Cedrenus, and Nicephorus (book 14 of his history); and 90 8”,23| but also Socrates (in Book 7 of his History, ch. 32) 91 8”,23| Constantine (ch. 43) and Socrates (Book 7, ch. 32) say: “Wherefore 92 8”,23| Concerning the Orthodox Faith, book 3, ch. 12, and elsewhere.) 93 8”,23| according to Evagrius (book 2, ch. 1 of his Ecclesiastical 94 8”,23| according to Armenopoulos, Book 3, Title 8).~ ~ [88] The 95 8”,23| toto (page 342 of the same book): see also the Chapter on 96 8”,23| Justinian Novel 138, embodied in Book V of the Basilica, Title 97 8”,23| accordance with or according to Book IX of the Basilica, Title 98 8”,23| according to Pachymeres, Book 6, ch. 1); — secondly, because 99 8”,23| Even Justinian, too, in Book 3, ch. 2, of his Ecclesiastical 100 8”,23| from his judgment); and in Book 1, Title 4, of his Ecclesiastical 101 8”,23| appealed;” and again, in Book 1, Title 4, ch. 29: “It 102 8”,23| of this Handbook Sozomen (Book 5, ch. 16) calls these letters “ 103 8”,23| that since ordinance One of Book XXIII of Title II lays down 104 8”,23| same religion. The first book of the Code, in Title V, 105 8”,23| written, at any rate, in Book I of the Basilica, Title 106 8”,23| punishment, according to Book I, Title III, Ordinance 107 8”,23| conspiracies and factions. Book LX of the Basilica, Title 108 8”,23| who seize them.~ ~ [107] Book XI of the Basilican Ordinances, 109 8”,23| according to Armenopoulos (Book Title XI), can actually 110 8”,23| Notwithstanding that Ordinance 36, in Book XI, Title VII, says that 111 8”,23| according to Ordinance 13, Book VI, Title I. If in the middle 112 8”,23| as well as Armenopoulos (Book 3, Title 4), commands that 113 8”,23| according to ch. 39, Title XII, Book LX, anyone seizes or snatches 114 8”,23| the Apostolic Injunctions (Book VII, ch. 42).~ ~ [130] 115 8”,23| to Inj. XXI of the eighth book of the Apostolic Injunctions, 116 8”,23| Justinian Novel 3 (contained in Book III of the Basilica, Title 117 8”,23| that ch. 57 of the second book of the Injunctions says 118 8”,23| Chapter II of the eighth book of the Injunctions, mentioned 119 8”,23| chapters 4 and 47 of the eighth book of the Apostolic Injunctions 120 8”,23| True, Sozomen says (in book VII, ch. 19) that although 121 8”,23| the Apostolic Injunctions (book VIII, ch. 26) also say that 122 8”,23| to the same Injunctions (book VIII, ch. 13). Let the deacon, 123 8”,23| Injunctions of the Apostles (book V, ch. 18) expressly say 124 8”,23| Apostles in their Injunctions (book V, chapters 18 and 19) command 125 8”,23| Cacomythy of Heretics, Book I, ch. 20).~  ~[161] The 126 8”,23| Note that, according to Book II, ch. 57, of the Apostolic 127 8”,23| according to chapters 1 and 2 of Book III of the Apostolic Injunctions, 128 8”,23| the facts. For Sozomen (Book VII, ch. 17) bears witness 129 8”,23| Injunctions, which say, in Book VII, ch. 17: “Let a chaste 130 8”,23| accordance with ch. 1 of Book III of the Apostolic Injunctions, 131 8”,23| commands in Title II of Book IVsee also the Footnote 132 8”,23| prayer found printed in the book of catechetical notes by 133 8”,23| Dorotheus, and Sozomen (Book III, ch. 13). The sandals 134 8”,23| Gregoras (his Rom. Hist. book). Note, however, that in 135 8”,23| belongings” (Armenopoulos, Book IV, Title XII). These facts 136 8”,23| be found in Title VII of Book XXVIII of the Basilica, 137 8”,23| thirtieth chapter of the Book of Numbers. For it says 138 8”,23| to Letter 29 of his sixth book, and since this liturgy 139 8”,23| Injunctions, indeed, say (in Book VIII, ch. 42) that the trita 140 8”,23| accordance with ch. 23 of Book IX of the Code.~ ~ [185] 141 8”,23| of Lightning,” and the “Book of Days,” and in general 142 8”,23| destroyed by the local judge, as Book VIII of the law, Title I, 143 8”,23| VIII of Basil the Great. Book XLVII, Title III, ordinance 144 8”,23| interpreting the words in the book, except only if the book 145 8”,23| book, except only if the book belongs to the writer or 146 8”,23| permission of the owner of the book. For all these things amount 147 8”,23| Ecclesiastical History of Theodoret (Book V, ch. 17), notwithstanding 148 8”,23| also Nicephorus Callistus, Book XII, ch. 41. Hence let priests 149 8”,23| Theophanes and Simocates (Book V, ch. 10); and when asked 150 8”,23| of the dead (p. 8 of the Book on Religious Toleration).~ ~ [ 151 8”,23| translation of this part of the book is impossible. It would 152 8”,23| John Damascene says (in Book III, ch. 57), but even insinuates 153 8”,23| concerning the Trisagion; and Book of Orthodox., ch. 3).~ ~ [ 154 8”,23| baptized.~ ~ [223] That is why Book LX of the Basilica, Title 155 8”,23| keeps silent, according to Book XXIV of the Basilica, Title 156 8”,23| inferred from ch. 19 of Book V of the Apostolic Injunctions. 157 8”,23| at the end of his third book concerning Christianity 158 8”,23| contained in Title VII of Book XXVIII of the Basilica ( 159 8”,23| above all Armenopoulos, Book I, Title 7. It should be 160 8”,23| Constantine (page 135 in Book II of the Corpus Juris Graecoromani) 161 8”,23| Theodore (Haeretic. Cacomyth., book I, ch. 26). He was also 162 8”,23| anything from Her (Tertillian, Book against Valentinians, ch. 163 8”,23| according to Tertillian (book concerning the flesh of 164 8”,23| son of the Devil (Iren. Book III, ch.3). He used to say 165 8”,23| Orthodox, read ch. 9 of book VII of Eusebius; and there 166 8”,23| Apostles in their Injunctions, Book I, ch.3, command that no 167 8”,23| ch. 2 of Title LVIII of Book LX of the Basilica, as well 168 8”,23| Title XXXVII of the same Book LX, prescribes that anyone 169 8”,23| Read concerning this the book of St. Campanias, ch. 57. 170 8”,23| concerning the Orthodox faith, Book IV, ch. 14). But then again 171 8”,23| Principles and Origins, Book I, ch. 7, and Book II); 172 8”,23| Origins, Book I, ch. 7, and Book II); and Tertullian, too, 173 8”,23| Clement Stromateus), in his Book III of Stromata, and Athenagoras 174 8”,23| and St. Ambrose (in his book concerning Noah and the 175 8”,23| the Ark), and Eusebius (Book V concerning Evang. Prep.), 176 8”,23| History), and Lactantius (Book II of the Institutes), and 177 8”,23| truth, but stated in the book which he has just recently 178 8”,23| as Dialogus says in his book to Secundus; 4) the fact 179 8”,23| Damascus mentions him in his book I, ch. 12, of Dogmatics; 180 8”,23| third chapter of the fourth book of the Injunctions. But 181 8”,23| Socrates, in the seventh book of his Ecclesiastical History, 182 8”,23| ordinance of Title II of Book I of the Code says that


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