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 1     I           |      they do not accept from us [L. 26.] that there should
 2     I,      2   |          and the Stranger above [L. 39.] allowed him, let them
 3     I,      3   |       how much more able [P. 48, l.13.] would the Creator be
 4     I,      4   |      goes forth and half [P. 49, l.11.] remains, or some portion
 5     I,      4   |         a Fullness which [P. 49, l.15.] does not lack, and
 6     I,      5   |         has a substance, [P. 61, l.28.] but the Light of the
 7    II,      1   |       which is opposite it. For [L. 29.] heaviness and weight
 8    II,      1   |        rank just as they cannot [L. 39.] . . . by the same
 9    II,      1   |          if it is able to exist [L. 16.] and be quiet, let
10    II,      1   |    boundary and when it crossed [L. 34.] it, it crossed it
11    II,      1   | according to its nature? For so [L. 46.] . . . [owing to some
12    II,      3   |       Contention [Cf. p. lxxiii. l. 15.] and Strife among the
13    II,      4   |       the Prophets and Apostles [L. 22.] who did many signs
14    II,      5   |         which is beneath [P. 58, l.10.] everything, support
15    II,      5   |         is light [and unable to [L.7] make anything from nothing
16    II,      5   |       even to support it?] And, [L. 13.] therefore, as it was
17    II,      6   |          they say ; [for let us [L. 33.] ask about that last
18   III           |         to its weakness; [P. 61, l.13.] for it is enough that
19   III           |        was at its side . . . if [L. 13.] what gave it Pleasure
20   III           |       something pleasant [P. 64, l.12.] there"? And if from
21   III,      1   |          their departure [P. 65, l. 9.] hence, that Evil One
22   III,      1   |        authority, [Cf. p. lxxii. l. 3.] especially, too, if
23   III,      4   |        many things, in a single [L. 33.] word . . . that is
24   III,      5   |      cause of the Disturbance. ~[L. 40.] For Bardaisan had
25   III,      5   |        perceive it anew, [P. 70, l.11.] or how did HULE(?)
26   III,      7   |       that, the water by [P. 73, l. 8.] sepulchral vaults,
27   III,      7   |            For it is found that [L. 33.] fishes and moles which
28   III,      7   |     anxious to cross the [P. 76, l. 5.] boundary] of fishes,
29   III,      9   |         that they should [P. 79, l. 2, Ll. 7, 8, 9.] be a little
30   III,     11   |         is within be over[P. 81, l. 13.] come by the Body which
31   III,     12   |         that thou shouldst hear [L. 32. L. 37. Ll. 38, 39.] . . .
32   III,     12   |       thou shouldst hear [L. 32. L. 37. Ll. 38, 39.] . . .
33   III,     12   |           and the eater and the [L. 11.] eaten are quite content
34   III,     12   |          its nature as they say [L. 46.] [for] that Darkness . . .
35   III,     12   |        it, he would have [P. 83, l. 9.] died ; since it is
36   III,     12   |       anything which he catches.[L. 22.]~
37   III,     13   |       about secret things . . . [L. 18.] akin to the body,
38   III,     13   |     torture . . . but, also, it [L. 30.] is unable to understand
39   III,     13   |       things . . . as they say, [L. 37.] [that as] the Darkness
40   III,     13   |                which was in it, [L. 40.] and it was all inside
41   III,     13   |       feel it . . . into [P. 85, l. 7] its midst . . . and
42   III,     14   |          Essence (?), how (does [L. 16.] there spring) from
43   III,     15   |             And if they are not [L. 39.] persuaded to secret
44   III,     16   |         God [how does it revile [L. 23.] Him?] . . . and if (
45   III,     17   |          and those Souls [P. 88, l. 3.] who have done much
46   III        (6)|       I.e. Dia&boloj. Cf. p. lx. l. 33. ~
47 Note1           |       the accompanying Syriac.  [l.2] means line 2 of the current
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