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afflicted alphabet altar Amalek Antiochus Epiphanes badly formed called camel Captivity cast cbv A peace-offering century Chaldee Christian Christian cross conjecture copied crushed city cut short despised Egyptian Exod Give rest Gnostic Greco-Syrians Greek Grey's guiltless hath heap of ruins Hebrew language Hebrew letters hieroglyphics Hiphil Isaiah Israelites Jehovah Jerem Jerusalem John Hyrcanus joined Judea last letter last word Lengthen Leviticus line is doubtful Maccabee Maccabee revolt meaning memorial Mibzar Mount Serbal Mount Shapher mountain nation Nehemiah Niphal Onias IV oppressed ornamental peace offering perhaps pi ay piece of rock pilgrimage pilgrims portion prayer preposition priest printed letter probably Psalm purified rejected rejoice Rephidim Roman ruined heap second line Sephar Show favour simple stroke Sinai Sinaitic inscriptions softened spelt suppose Syria trampled translation unknown character usual verb Wady Feiran Wady Maghara Wady Mocatteb writer xxxiii
Page 21 - If ye be willing and obedient, ye shall eat the good of the land : But if ye refuse and rebel, Ye shall be devoured with the sword: For the mouth of the Lord hath spoken it.
Page viii - THE DECREE OF CANOPUS, in Hieroglyphics and Greek, with translations and an explanation of the hieroglyphical characters, 7s 6d. THE ROSETTA STONE in Hieroglyphics and Greek, with translations and an explanation of the hieroglyphical characters, and followed by an appendix of kings
Page viii - THE ROSETTA STONE in Hieroglyphics and Greek, with translations and an explanation of the hieroglyphical characters, and followed by an appendix of kings
Page 2 - The burden of the beasts of the south : into the land of trouble and anguish, from whence come the young and old lion, the viper and fiery flying serpent, they will carry their riches upon the shoulders of young asses, and their treasures upon the bunches of camels, to a people that shall not profit them. 7 For the Egyptians shall help in vain, and to no purpose: therefore have I cried concerning this, Their strength is to sit still.
Page 52 - For the bed is too short for a man to stretch himself; And the covering too narrow when he gathereth himself up.
Page iv - Beer's transcripts without translations, nor Mr. Forster's translations without transcripts. Professor Palmer's work has neither transcripts nor translations. The decipherer should produce first an alphabet or table of characters, and then to some extent a language, and, lastly, a probable meaning to each sentence.
Page 90 - ... two young pigeons, one for a sin offering, and one for a burnt-offering.