Calmet's dictionary of the Holy Bible: with the Biblical fragments, Volume 3

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Holdsworth and Ball, 1830 - Bible
 

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Contents

RevengeCities of Refuge
22
Penalty of Murder
24
XII Mode of Sitting in the East
25
Beds of the East _
28
Sprinkling its ceremonious usage
30
Genealogical Ancestors David Abra ham
31
Kings Mother Title of Office
32
Rabshakehs Insolence paralleled
34
Hints on Job Book of as a poem
35
History of Noah from the Hindoos
37
Indian History of the Deluge
40
On Josephs Cup by which he was distinguished
43
The Angarii or Posts of the East
44
Caravanserai or Eastern Inn
45
Bones unburied scattered on the ground
47
Tithes Ecclesiastical pompous
50
Coined Money Tribute Money
51
orders given
52
Anathema Maranatha
54
Pounding in a Mortar Punishment
55
Private Messages
56
History of King Saul Afghan
57
Sauls Journey after the Asses
58
Numbers in Eastern Armies
59
Davids numbering the People
62
Circumstances previous to the Exodus of Israel from Egypt
64
XXXIX The Exodus Passage of the Red Sea
66
Salutation of Travellers impertinent
72
Temporary Marriages how contracted
73
Streets in Foreign Cities
74
House and Households in the East
75
XL1V Locust metaphorical application
77
Heir Apparent to the Throne
80
Usury its kinds and force
81
Eating Blood of living Animals
82
XLVIII Threshing Oriental Manner of
83
XLIX Marriage Processions in the East
89
Courts of the Palace interior sacred
98
Passing through Fire custom of
99
Triumphal Entries into Royal Cities
100
Carcases devoured by Dogs Jezabels
101
Holy City title peculiar to Jerusalem
102
prophetic
103
Swarms Dog Fly Zimb of Ethiopia ib LVII View from Top of Mountains Nebo
105
LVIII Bottles of various kinds to LIX Destruction of Royal Families
108
LXI Arabian Dresses Plate lx
110
Peculiar Form attending Oaths
111
Asses Taxation
113
LXV Behemoth probably the Hippopo tamus
114
Pool of Bethesda thoughts on
117
Withered Fig Tree
120
LXVIII Hypocrites Masks
122
Trees green and dry
123
Ships of the Ancients
125
Prodigal Son his return honoured
126
LXXIII Forms ofancient Books PI xxx
127
LXXIV Ancient Books Plate xxxi
129
Dialectical Pronunciation
133
Bedoween Arabs Manners of
134
Jonahs Gourd Kikiun
135
Extreme Usury its severity
137
Land Marks their application ib LXXXI Hidden Treasures
139
Forms of Marriage 110
140
Title Pharaoh By R W m d
141
Servitude for Maintenance
143
Cattle for Wages regulation of
144
Excellences of Wives
146
Evils of Polygamy
147
Prophecy on Ishmael fulfilled
148
Prophecy on Egypt fulfilled
149
Prophecy on Tyre fulfilled ib XCI National Degradation Servitude
150
Tribute Money refused and why ib XCIII Of the Beard its treatment
151
Eunuch titular and personal
153
Favourable Aspects of Sepulchres
154
Arabic Proverbs their application ib XCVII Salutations their distinctions Peace
155
Sleeping on HouseTops
156
Of Spitting and Loosing the Shoe
157
Eastern SunDials
158
Purifications without the use of Water
159
CIV Ancient Attitude at Table
160
Prayers in the Street
163
Use of Dung for Fuel Prophet Eze kiel
164
CV1I Cuttings in the Flesh Baals Priests
166
CVIII Baal Character and Figure of
167
CIX Bread and its Preparation
171
Of Presents from Inferiors in the East
173
Garments as Presents from Superiors
174
Pouring Water on the Hands
175
Modes of Baptism
176
Horns worn in the East
177
The Reem or Unicorn
178
Public Recorders annexed to Roy alty
179
Of Wells in the East
181
Rapid Changes of Rulers
183
Trial by Ordeal
185
Punishment for slaying a King
186
explained
187
Shebeth Sceptre of Judah
192
David and Bathsheba
194
On Tamars Connection with Judah
195
Marriage of two Sisters Jacob
196
CXXVII Diana of Ephesus
198
CXXVIII Explanation of the Plate of Altars
201
Ceremonies attending Covenants
205
Covenant of Salt
208
Giving of Hands as an Oath
210
Camel substituted and execrated
211
Ancient Writing
214
CXXXVI Of the City of Jerusalem with a Map Plate xc
218
Considerations on the Map of Jerusalem the Seizure c of Christ
223
CXXXVIII Sepulchre of Christ Two Plates Nos cxxvu exxvm
228
Modern State of Holy Sepulchre
232
Places in and near Jerusalem
239
Extermination of Jews by Ahasuerus
241
Specimen of Oriental Names ib CXLIII HipandThigh Men Wrestlers
247
CXLIV Ostrich Natural History of
248
CXLV Thoughts on the Image of Dagon With Two Plates Nos liv lv
253
Conjecture on the Word Dag
262
CXLVII Emblems Vegetable and Ani mal With Two Plates Nos v clxxx
264
Syrian Sheep and Goats
266
Vindication of Daniel Fiery Furnace
268
CL Vindication of Daniel Golden Image
269
Vindication of Daniel Hieroglyphic Animals
273
CLII Thoughts on the Cherubim
274
With Four Plates Nos xliixlv
275
Of Satan
286
CLIV Joshuas Miracle of staying the Sun and Moon considered
292
Salt used in Swearing
300
CLVT Murder in Terrorem ib CLVII Marriage Processions 808
303
Of Impersonal Veils 806
306
Of Personal Veils
309
St Pauls Directions for Women to retain the Veil at Worship
312
Eastern ideas attached to the Veil
314
Travellers Accounts of Eastern Veils
315
Veils worn in the East Illus trated by the Plate of Marriage Processions No cxvi
319
CLXIV Eastern Veils
320
Of the Kerchief
322
Stones used for Seats 823
323
Stones laid for a Causeway
324
Emphatic Duplication of Words
325
Causeway for Travelling 826
326
Birds resident in Sacred Places
327
CLXX1I Rain of Dust
328
Pillars of Sand
329
Untier of Knots a Title of Daniel
330
Roasting Meat in Ovens
331
Grass thrown into the Oven 382
332
Of Hay not made in the East 383
333
Divination by Arrows
334
Seed Corn thrown on Brides
335
Orphans not Children only ib CLXXXII Rewards to Dancers
336
Butter and Honey as Food
337
Adoration by Kissing
338
Allusion to Wrestling against God
350
Children carried on Shoulder ib CXCVII Metaphorical Signification of the Word Arrow
351
Prolonged Tippling of Wine
352
Judaical Memoranda now extant
353
On the Hebrew Coins
355
CCIII Roman Monuments of Judea van quished
365
CCIV Of Eastern Houses
368
Conjectures on the Miracle at Bel shazzars Feast
375
Explanation of Plate of Tents
378
CCVII Construction of Noahs Ark
382
CCVIII Grotto of the Apocalypse
384
not Fox
385
CCX Tombs of various Descriptions
390
CCXI Gates of Hell
394
CCXII Nergal idolatrous Deity
396
CCXIII Succoth Benoth or Venus
402
CCXIV Of Ancient Shipping Plate i
405
CCXV Farther Thoughts on Ancient Ships
412
Notes on the foregoing Fragments
421
CCXVII On the Metaphorical Ship of Tyre
429
CCXVIIL On Ancient Armour Plate XH
440
CCXX Babylonian Dresses
448
CCXXI Ancient Military Machines
456
CCXXIII Ancient Battering Ram
460
CCXXV Implements of Agriculture
462
CCXXVI On Watering Lands
465
CCXXVII Genealogy of Herod the Great
469
CCXXVIII Table of Shew Bread
472
CCXXIX Of the Trumpets
476
CCXXX Of the Cup or Vase
478
CCXXXI Musical Instruments PI cvi
480
CCXXXII Musical Instruments PI evil
482
CCXXXIII Musical InstrumentsPI cvui
483
CCXXXIV On the Phylacteries
484
CCXXXV On the Pectoral
485
CCXXXVI Priests Dresses
488
CCXXXVI1 High Priest in his White Robe
491
Robes
492
CCXLII Solomons Temple from the Universal History
494
CCXLIII Solomons Temple according to Calmet
500
CCXLV Section of Herods Temple
502
CCXLVII Interior Court of Temple
503
CCXLVIII View of the Temple at Jeru salem according to F Lamy
504
CCXLIX Birds Eye View of the Temple
505
Altar of Burnt Offerings
506
CCLIII Brazen Sea Plate cxxiv ib CCLIV Brazen Sea Plate exxv
507
CCLV Implements of Worship Laver
510
Shew Bread Table
511
CCLX Sycamore Fig Tree
512
CCLXI Caravanserai
513
Ancient Dials additional
514
CCLXIII Of Watches in the East ib CCLX1V Of Watchmen in the East
519
CCLXV Tower of Babel Form of
520
CCLXVI Of Seals and Sealing
523
Of Eastern Cyphers
527
Of Askalon Medals of
528
Dove borne as a Standard
529
The Tyrian Ashtaroth c
531
Hebrew Names beginning with Ash
532
No PACE Miscellanies Plate xcix
534
Vindication of St Luke
535
Samaritan Medals
536
Eye on a Ship
538
Sacrificial Communion
540
Peace among Brutes
541
Portraits of Jesus Christ
543
Of Moloch Sun and Moon
545
Miscellanies Plate ci
547
The Rock ofMeribah
548
Miscellanies Plate en
550
Of the Zimb or Dog Fly ib CCLXXXVII Of the Racham
551
Rhinoceros or Reem
552
Additional Remarks
553
extracts from correspondence CCXCII Antichrist
554
Bdellium
555
Aquila ib CCXCVI Corinth ib CCXCVII Fasting ib CCXCVIII Gentiles ib CCXCIX John the Baptist ib CCC Davids Charge to Solomon
556
Permanence of Eastern Usages
557
The Mind consumed by Zeal
559
Wages taken by Detention
560
Valley of Baca
561
Blackness of the Face
562
Hezekiahs Disorder and Recovery ib CCCVII Snares of Robbery Female Wiles
563
Name Jehovah not known ently
564
Long Fasting in the East many Days
566
Thunder and Hail in Egypt
567
Sudden Storms and Floods
568
Destruction of Children newly born
569
Washing of newborn Infants
571
CCCX1V Swaddling Clothes
572
Reservoirs of Water in Egypt
575
River like Blood annual Appear ance of
576
Worship of Adonis or Tammuz
577
Lucian on the Deluge
578
Clothing of Camels Hair
579
Blood on Girdle and Shoes
580
CCCXXII Illustrations of Isaiah ch xviii
581
Land wasted by Rivers by the Nile 598
582
Cushite Lands wasted by In undation
594
Abyssinians Mingled People
595
Royalty in the East
596
Spoils of conquered Countries
599
Seven Churches in Asia Dr Smith
601
Genealogy of Jesus Christ Adoption
613
On the Word Generation
618
Connection of Matthew ch i
620
Jewish Expectation of the Messiah
621
Double Genealogy of Jesus Christ
625
Shilohs Departure when what
627
The Word Shiloh Accepta tion of
628
Adoption practised in the East
631
Adoption by Substitute
633
Investiture with a Girdle
635
Punishment extended to Posterity ib CCCXLI Mark of Cain Menus Parallel
636
Distinction of Meats Ancient
638
Throne of Majesty
639
Rocks as Fortresses
640
Introduction to the Arrangement of Solomons Song
641
continued
642
Illustrations of the Version
658
CCCCXLV AlHenna Plate cxlvii
681
CCCCXLVI Vehicles Plate cxlviii
683
CCCCXLVII Egyptian Dresses PI cxlix
685
CCCCXLVIII Brides Dress Plate cl
686
CCCCXLIX Brides Dress Plate cli
688
CCCCL Brides Dress Plate CLII ib CCCCLI Bridegrooms Dress PI cliii
690
I Bridegrooms Dress PI cli v
691
CCCCLIII Bridegrooms Dress PI clv
692
NO PAGE OZCONOMICAL CALENDAR OF PALESTINE CCCCLIV Introduction
693
to CCCCLXVII Subject con tinued in the Order of the Months
694
List of Travellers consulted
721
Isaiah chap xviii resumed
724
Dag of Jonah resumed
728
Jewish Tales of Jonahs Dag
730
Proposed Translation of Dag
732
Simile of a Bow resumed
736
Spear stuck in Ground ib CCCCLXXV Wind Camels their speed 787
740
Garments worn in the East ib CCCCLXXVIII Eastern Hospitality Red Horses
741
Kings Marriage
742
Names from Incidents
743
Letters honoured
745
Mortar in the East
746
Musical Instruments fo reign at Babylon
747
Pigeons Dung how used ib CCCCLXXXVII Royal Family shut up
748
Sepulchres Familyc
749
Sepulchral Appellations
751
Sepulchral Inscriptions
752
Swords in Speech metapho rical
753
SealSkins Tahash
754
Shade enjoyed
756
ccccxcyil ccccxcvm The Subject continued
757
Corrections and Vindications
764
Appendix Letter from Sir Sidney Smith others from a late eminent Critic
773

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