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The Philistines: Their History and Civilization

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« Reply #450 on: October 29, 2009, 02:28:24 am »

And even this is not all. The rude tribes of Israel were forced to wage a long and stubborn fight with the Philistines for the possession of the Promised Land. For long it seemed doubtful whether Canaan would be retained by the Semitic tribes or lost to them: and it is no mere accident that the best-known name of the country is derived from that of the sea-rovers. In the struggle the Hebrews learned the lessons of culture which they needed for their own advancement: and what was more important, they learned their own essential unity. The pressure of external opposition welded, as nothing else could have done, their loosely-knitted clans into a nation. This was the historic function of the Philistines; they accomplished their task, and then vanished with startling suddenness from the stage. But the Chosen People were led on from strength to strength, till they too fulfilled their mission of teaching mankind to look forward to a time when the knowledge of the Lord should cover the earth as the waters cover the sea.

Thus the influence of the Philistines remains, even if indirectly, a heritage of humanity to the end of time.
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116:1 Compare the scarified lines still to be seen on the faces of negroes who have been liberated from slavery within recent years in the Turkish empire.

120:1 Daressy, 'Plaquettes émaillées de Médinet Habu,' in Annales du Service des Antiquités de l’Égypte, vol. xi, p. 49.

123:1 Except the temple at Shechem (Judges viii. 33–ix. 46). The events described as taking place there certainly postulate a covered building. This, however, is perhaps no real exception: it may have originally been a Philistine structure. It was dedicated to a certain Baal- or El-Berith. But 'the Lord of the Covenant' is a strange name for a local ba‘al: can it be that Berith is a corruption of Βριτο[μαρτις]? The Book of Judges was probably written about the sixth century B.C.: by then the temple was most likely a ruin, and the memory of its dedication might easily have become obscured. The curious expression in Ezekiel, commented upon on p. 6 ante, might be similarly explained: by the ordinary canons of criticism the difficult original reading is to be preferred to the easy emendation there quoted.

126:1 See the essay on 'Bronze and Iron' in Andrew Lang's The World of Homer, pp. 96–104.

126:2 An elaborate paper, entitled 'Die Erfinder der Eisentechnik', by W. Belck, will be found in Zeitschrift für Ethnologie (1907), p. 334. It claims the Philistines as the original inventors of the smith's art. That is, perhaps, going a little too far.

126:3 Greaves appear to be unknown in Oriental or Egyptian warfare. See Daremberg and Saglio, Dict. des antt. gr. et rom., s. v. Ocrea.

126:4 Il. vi. 318.

127:1 Mitth. der vorderas. Gesell. (1904), 2, plate iii.

127:2 II. 104.

128:1 Asien and Europa, p. 171.

129:1 See M. René Dussaud's paper 'L’Origine égéenne des alphabets sémitiques' in Journal asiatique, Sér. X, vol. v, p. 357.

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INDEX

Abarbanel, 100.

Abimelech, 38, 81.

Abi-Milki, 19.

Abraham, 38.

Achaeans, 25.

Achish, 51, 52, 60, 62, 65, 72, 81.

Adullam, 53.

Agenor, 97.

Ahaz, Philistine revolt under, 63.

Aḫimilki, 65.

Aḫimiti, 64.

Aḫuzzath, 81.

Aijalon, 63.

Akašou, 10, 11, 26 (see also Achish).

‘Akir, 74.

Alašia, 8, 19.

Alcaeus, 26.

Aldemios, 107.

Aldioma, 107.

ἀλλόφυλοι, 2.

Alphabet, origin of, 127.

Alton, 13, 18:83, 105, 113.

Amos, 125 (see also under Scriptural Passages).

Anakim, 60, 68.

Anath, 41.

Anchises, 81.

Antipater of Tarsus, 97.

Antoninus Liberalis, 97.

Aphek, 46.

Aphrodite, statue of, at Gaza, 108.

Architecture, Philistine influence on, 123.

Ark, the, 47, 76, 91.

Armour of Goliath, 54, 126.

Arnold, 3.

Aryans, Philistines probably not, 13.

Ashdod, 47, 60, 63, 64, 65, 71, 72, 81, 100, 106.

—history and site of, 73.

—palaces of, 117.

—siege of, 66, 73.

—speech of, 66.

—temple at, 47.

Ashdodimmu, 64, 73.

Asher, tribe of, 69.

Ashkelon, 37, 40, 95, 97.

—coins of, 112.

—history and site of, 71.

Ashtoreth, Ashtaroth, 93.

—temple of, 52, 91.

Asi, 7, 8.

Ἀσκληπιὸς λεοντοῦχος, 115.

Assyrian annals, Philistines in, 63 sqq.

Astarte, 95 (see also Ashtoreth).

Aswân, Jewish colony at, 11, 41.

Atar, Ate, 95.

Atargatis, 95–97, 99.

Athenaeus, 97.

‘Avvim, 5, 68.

Azuri (king of Ashdod), 64.

Azuri (city captured by Sennacherib), 64.

Ἁζώτιοι, 66.

 

Baal-Berith, 123.

Baal-Perazim, 53, 54, 58.

Baal-zebub, 91.

Badyra, 30, 81.

Baethgen, 95.

Bauer, 74.

Baur, 27.

Beecher, 13.

Belt Dejan, 70 (see also Beth-Dagon).

Belck, 126.

Bene-Berak, 64.

Benesasira, 10, 44.

Benjamin of Tudela, 72.

Berossos, 104.

Βητάγων, 106 (see also Beth-Dagon).

Beth-Car, 27, 48, 49, 93.

Beth-Dagon, 42, 64, 69, 103.

Beth-Shan, 52, 91, 93.

Beth-Shemesh, 48, 63, 76.

Birch, 82.

Body-guard of Hebrew kings, Philistine, 61.

Bones of Philistines, 60.

Boylan, 105.

Breasted, 19, 20, 21, 29.

Britomartis, 96, 97, 98, 99, 123.

Βρύτον, Βρύτος, 97.

Burrows, 15.

Byblos, 8, 30 sq., 36.

 

Callimachus, 96.

Callinus, 28.

Calmet, 11.

Canopus, decree of, 11.

Caphtor, Caphtorim, 4, 5, 11, 12, 13, 27.

Cappadocia, 11, 12.

Carians, Carites, 7, 25, 26, 61.

Carpathos, 27.

Casluhim, 4, 5, 12, 28. Caunus, 26.

Chariots, 40, 43.

Chassinat, 81.

Cherethites, 5, 61, 88, 89.

Cicero, 105.

Cilicia, Cilicians, 12, 25.

Circumcision, 21, 39, 46.

p. 132

Clermont-Ganneau, 28, 56, 75, 94.

Clusium, 88.

Colchians, 12.

Conway, 82.

Cornill, 6.

Crest, Carian, 26.
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Crete, Cretans, 6, 9, 10, 13.

—messengers from, to Egypt, 8.

Cyprus, 8, 35, 122.

 

Daedalus, 96.

Dagon, Dagan, 46, 81, 99, 104.

—image of, 100.

—names compounded with, 103, 104.

—temples of, 67, 73, 90, 91, 99.

Dagon, a place by Jericho, 69 (see also Beth-Dagon).

Δαχαρηνοί, 28.

Damascius, 104, 112.

Dan, tribe of, 38, 69.

Danaoi, 25.

Danuna, Danunu, 19, 22, 24, 25.

Dardanu, 19, 25.

Daressy, 120.

Deborah, song of, 38, 40, 41, 90.

Deir edh-Dhubbān, 77.

Delilah, 55, 61, 81, 87.

Delos, inscription at, 94.

Delta, 12.

Democratic instincts of Philistines, 88.

Derketo, 95, 98.

De Rouge, 128.

De Saulcy, 114.

Dhikerin, 75.
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Dictynna, 96, 98, 99.

Diodorus Siculus, 95, 96, 99.

Dodecapylon, 111.

Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem, 111, 112.

Dor, 30, 36, 69.

Dussaud, 129.

 

Eben-Ezer, 47.

Ebers, 12, 14, 83.

Ekron, 40, 47, 62, 64, 65, 71, 91.

—history and site of, 74.

Ekron-Ṣaphōnah, 74.

Ekwesh, 20, 24, 25.

Elhanan, 55.

Eli, 46.

El-Tekeh, 13, 64, 76.

Ephes-Dammim, 50, 54, 57.

Epiphanius of Constantia, 113.

Erman, 29.

Esar-haddon, 65.

Eshmunazar, 102.

Etruscans, 13, 82, 88, 89, 91, 105, 117.

Europa, 97.

Evans, 15.

Ewald, 6.

Fenish, 67.

Festivals, 90.

Festus, 105.

Fish, sacred, 95.

—avoided by Syrians, 97.

Fourmont, 2.

Frazer, 28.

 

Gath, 47, 51, 54, 60, 71, 89.

—history and site of, 72.

Gatis, 97.

Gaza, 40, 60, 65–67, 71, 100, 106.

—coins of, 15, 112.

—history and site of, 71.

—temples of, 108.

Γαζαῖοι, 66.

Geba, 49, 53, 54, 56, 58.

Gederoth, 63.

George, St., and the Dragon, 98.

Gesenius, 2.

Gezer, 56, 59, 62, 122.

Gibbethon, 62.

Gibeah of God, 49.

Gibeon, 54.

Gilboa, 52.

Gimzo, 63.

Gob, 55, 56.

Golénischeff Papyrus, 24, 29 (see also Wen-Amon).

Goliath, 50, 54, 60, 61, 81, 126.

Governors, Philistine, in Hebrew territory, 49, 88.

Goyim, 43.

Greaves, 126.

 

Habiru, 18.

Hadad-Nirari III conquers the Philistines, 63.

Hadrian, 111.

Hall, H. R., 5, 7, 8, 16, 27, 116.

Hanunu, king of Gaza, 63.

Harosheth, 42.

Harris Papyrus, 23.

Hazael, 62.

Head-dress of Philistines, 83, 87 (see also Crest).

Hebrews in Philistine service, 52.

Herodotus, 6, 12, 26, 47, 65, 66. 73, 94, 127.

Hesychius, 96.

Hezekiah, 63, 64.

Hierapolis, 95.

Hittites, 18.

Hitzig, 2, 12, 81.

Hrihor, 29.

Hrozný, 104, 105.

Human sacrifice, 91, 109, 110.

Hunger, 92.

Iamblichus, 92.

Ikašamsu, 81.

Ikausu, 65, 81.

Ikhnaton, 18, 19.

Images used as amulets, 91.

Insanity, Semitic attitude towards, 51.

Iron, introduction of, 125.

Isaac, 38.

Ish-baal or Ish-bosheth, 52.

Ishbi-benob, 55, 60.

Ittai, 61, 81.

 

Jabin, 42.

p. 133

Jabneh, 63.

Jehoram, Philistine revolt under, 61, 62.

Jehoshaphat, Philistines tributaries to, 62.

Jensen, 104.

Jerome, 99, 103, 113.

Jest, Egyptian, 34.

Jonah, 98.

Jonathan Maccabaeus, 67.

Jonathan, son of Shimei, 57.

Joppa, 64.

Josephus, 1, 12, 69, 79, 92, 100, 106, 124.

Justin, 37.

 

Kadesh, 66.

Kadytis, 65.

Kalt, 44.

Kamphausen, 53.

Karnak, temple of, 8, 20.

Kasios Mountain, 12.
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Kanata, inscription at, 113.

Keftiu, 7–11, 14.

Keilah, 51, 57.

Kelekesh, 19, 24. 25.

Ḳimḥi, David, 100, 101.

Kingship, Hebrew, foundation of, 49.

Kiriath-Jearim, 48.

Kirkmichael, truly well at, 93.

Knobel, 12.

Knossos, 9, 10, 18, 122.

Knudtzon, 19, 103.

Köhler, 12.

Kom Ombo, 4, 11.

 

Lagarde, 100.

Lakemacher, 6.

Lampridius, 113.

Land of Philistines, borders of, 68.

—physical character of, 78.

Lang, 126.

Language, 50, 79.

Leaping over threshold, 62 (see also Threshold).

Leleges, 26.

Lenormant, 92.

Levi, Rabbi, 100.

Libnah, 62.

Libyans, 20, 21.

Lords of Philistines, 46, 87.

Lucian, 95, 97, 98.

Lucumones, 88.

Lukku, 19, 20, 25.

Lycians, 25.

—their tombs, 117.

Lydia, 25.

 

Maeonia, 25.

Magical formula in Keftian language, 83.

Maiouma, 71.

Makamaru, 30, 81.

Manoah, 46.

Maoch, 81.

Marcus the Deacon, 91, 106.

Marinus, 113.

Marna, 2, 15, 71. 91, 106, 107, 113.

Marneion, 107 sqq., 124.

Masa, 19, 24.

Mawuna, 19, 24, 25.

Medinet Habu, 12, 21, 23, 26, 68, 90, 103, 117, 118.

Menkheperuseneb, tomb of, 8, 9.

Mermaid form of deity, 98, 100.

Merueptah, 20, 69.

Metheg ha-ammah, 60.

Meyer (E.), 76.

Meyer (M. A.), 66.

Michmash, battle of, 49, 50.

Military equipment of Philistines, 90.

Mīnet el-Ḳal‘ah, 74.

Minoa, 15.

Minoan Periods, 15 sqq.

Minos, 26, 46, 96.

Mitinti, king of Ashkelon, 65, 68.

Mnaseus, 97.

Moabite stone, 128.

Moore, 40, 41.

Movers, 2.
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Müller, W. Max, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, 21, 28. 29, 58, 81, 103, 127.

Mysia, 25.

 

Necho, 65,

Nehemiah, 66.

Nesubenebded, 29.

Neubauer, 75, 107.

Nisus, 46.

Nob, 51.

Noordtzij, 12, 39, 66, 80.

 

Oannes, 104.

Obed-Edom, 61.

Odakon, 104.

Ophiussa, 27.

Oracle at Ekron, 62, 91, 106.

Oscans, 25.

 

Padi, 64, 65.

Pamphylia, 25.

Pantheon, 111, 112.

Paton, 104.

Pausanias, 96, 105.

Pedasus, 25.

Pelasgians, 2, 12, 26.

Pelethites, 6, 61.

Peoples of the sea, 18 sqq.

Perseus. 98.

Pet-auset, statue of, 82.

Petrie, 21, 27.

Phaestos, 16.

—Disk, 26, 83 sqq., 106. 115.

Phicol, 81.

Philistia in the time of Abraham, 39.

—fertility of, 62, 114.

Philistine, the name, 1, 2.

—language, 43.

Philitis, Philition, 6, 12.

Philo, 102, 103.

Phoenicians, 11.

—Philistine influence on, 69, 127.

Pidasa, 19, 24, 25.

Pisidia, 25.

p. 134

Pliny, 92.

Porphyrius, 106.

Pottery, Philistine, 121.

Praesos inscriptions, 43, 82.

Priests, Philistine, 100.

Prophetic denunciations of Philistines, 70.

—Ecstasy, fits of, 32, 109.

Psammetichus, 66.

Pulasati, Purasatu, 22, 24, 25.
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Quatremère, 12.

 

Ramessu II, 19.

—III, 21, 22, 35.

—VI, 14.

—IX, 34.

—XII, 29.

Rapha, 60.

Redslob, 3.

Reinach (A. J.), 36, 115, 117.

Rekhmara, tomb of, 8, 9, 11, 12.

Renan, 80.

Rephaites, Rephaim, 60, 68.

Rephaim, Philistine camp at, 58.

Rhinocolura, 68.

Rhodes, 27.

Rib-Addi, 19, 25.

River of Egypt, 68.

Rost, 63.

Rukipti, king of Ashkelon, 63.

 

Sagalassus, 25.

Samson, 38, 44, 87, 100.

Samuel, 47, 49.

Sardinians, 25.

Sardis, 25.

Sargon, 64.

Sarludari, 64.

Saph, 55, 81.

Saul, 49 sqq.

Sayce, 4.

Schliemann, 15.

School exercise-tablet, Hieratic, 10, 44, 82.

Schrader, 63.

Schwally, 13.

Scylax, 37.

Scylla, 46.

Sea-monsters, 98.

Selden, 97.

Semiramis, 99.

Sen-mut, tomb of, 8.

Sennacherib, 64, 104.

Sepp, 73.

Serapis, 113.

Seren, 43, 79, 87 (see also Lords)

Shamgar, 41.
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Shammah the Hararite, 42, 57.

Shechem, temple at, 123.

Shekelesh, 20, 22, 24, 25.

Shen, 52.

Sherdanu, 19, 20, 22, 24.

Sheshonk, 59.

Shī.(hōr, 68.

Shiloh, 76.

Ships, 117, 120, 127.

Shocho, 63.

Shunammite sojourns among Philistines, 62.

Sibbecai, 55.

Sidon, 33, 37.

Sisera, 42, 62, 81.

Skinner, 4.

Slave-trade, 71, 114.

Smith (G. A.), 114.

Smith (H. P.), 47.

Solinus, 96.

Soothsaying, 91.

Sorek, valley of, 45.

Speech of Ashdod, 73.

Spiegelberg, 10.

Stade, 13.

Stark, 12.

Stephanus of Byzantium, 15, 28, 72, 97, 100.

Strabo, 26, 27, 28, 66.

Sutu, 18.

Symbolic initial of Marna, 112.

Syntax of names in Hebrew, 3.

 

Table of nations, 1, 4, 28.

Tacitus, 15.

Tages, 105.

Tarsus, 25.

Tell el-Amarna, 19.
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Tell es-Sāfi, 56, 72.

Tell Zakariya, 126.

Temple, Solomon's, 124.

Temples, Philistine, 123.

Tent-Amon, 29.

Teucrians, 28.

Thargelia, 91.

Thera, 18.

Threshold, rites connected with, 102, 111.

Thutmose III, 7–9.

Tiele, 13.

Tiglath-Pileser III, 63.

Timnath, 63.

Tobit, 104.

Toy, 6.

Traditions, modern, of Philistines, 67.

Trees, sacred, 68.

Tribal subdivisions of Philistines, 88.

Troas, 24.

Trumbull, 102.

Turisha, 20, 24.

Tyrrhenians, 24.

 

Urania, 94, 95.

Uzziah, 62, 72.

 

Virey, 8.

 

Warati, 30, 81.

Washasha, 22, 25, 27.

Waddington, 113.

Wady el-Arish, 68.

Weill, 25, 27, 28.

Wellhausen, 101.

Wen-Amon, 29, 69, 81, 127.

p. 135

Wilkinson, 8.

Winckler, 19, 52, 92, 94, 103.

Wredemann, 14.

 

Xanthus, 97.

 

Yamani, 64.

Yaruna, 19, 24.
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Zaggi, 81.

Zakar-Baal, 30, 127.

Zakkala, 22, 24, 25, 30, 68, 69.

Zakro, 27.

Zernukah, 76.

Ζεὺς ἀπόμυιος, 92.

—Careos, 26, 27.

Zibel, king of Gaza, 65.

Zidka, 64.

Ziklag, 13, 51, 52, 61, 71, 81, 89.

Ziph, 51.
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INDEX OF SCRIPTURAL REFERENCES

(Where the English numeration of verses differs from the Hebrew, the former is here adopted.)

Genesis x. 6, 13, 14: 4, 28

xii. 6: 3.

xii. 10–20: 38.

xv. 16: 3.

xx. 1–18: 38.

xxi 22–34: 38, 39. xxvi. 1–23: 38, 39, 88.

Exodus xiii. 17: 39.

xv. 14: 39.

xxxiii. 31: 40.

Deuteronomy ii. 23: 5, 11, 68.

Joshua v. 2: 126.

xi. 21: 60, 68.

xii. 23: 43.

xiii. 1–3: 4, 40, 43, 68, 74.

xiii. 4: 5.

xvii: 74.

xvii. 16: 43.

xix. 27: 69.

xix. 40: 76.

xix. 43: 74.

Judges i. 18, 19: 40, 48, 89, 90.

iii. 3: 40, 79.

iii. 31: 41.

v. 6: 41.

viii. 33-ix. 46: 123.

x. 6, 7, 11: 2, 44, 105.

xiii. 1, 5: 2.

xiv. 2: 2.

xvi. 23–31: 41, 90, 123.

xviii. 2: 38.

1 Samuel iv: 46.

v. 1–5; 62, 89, 100.

vi. 18: 89.

vii: 48.

vii. 11, 12: 4,27, 47, 52.

ix. 16: 49.

x. 5: 49.

xiii. 5: 90.

xiii. 19–23: 4, 125.

xiv. 3: 48, 76.

xvi. 14–18: 57.

xvi. 21: 54.

xvii: 54, 80.

xvii. 51–54: 4, 75.

1 Samuel xviii. 1: 57.

xviii. 30: 89.

xix. 7: 57.

xxvii. 2: 88.

xxvii. 5: 89.

xxix. 2: 90.

xxix. 3, 9: 89.

xxx. 14: 5, 89.

xxxi. 9: 91.

2 Samuel v. 2: 57.

v. 17–21: 4, 53.

v. 21: 91.

v. 22–25: 53.

viii. 1: 53.

xviii. 3: 55.

xx. 23: 7.

xxi. 12, 17: 4, 55.

xxi. 18, 19: 56.

xxi. 22: 60.

xxiii. 9: 57.

xxiii. 11: 42.

1 Kings ii. 39: 60.

iv. 19: 49.

iv. 21: 88.

vi, vii: 124.

vi. 7: 126.

vii. 30: 80.

ix. 16: 59.

xiv. 25: 59.

2 Kings i. 2: 77, 91.

xi. 4, 19: 7.

xii. 18: 63.

xviii. 8: 63. 71, 89.

xviii. 14: 64.

1 Chronicles iv. 19: 45.

vii. 12: 6.

xi. 13: 4, 42, 57.

xiv. 8–12: 1, 54.

xiv. 13–16: 54.

xviii. 1: 54.

xx. 4: 56.

2 Chronicles xi. 8: 73.

xxi. 16: 4.

xxvi. 14: 80.

xxviii. 18: 63.

Ezra ii. 53: 62.

Nehemiah iv. 7: 66.

Nehemiah vii. 55: 62.
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xiii. 23, 24: 66.

Psalm xxxiv. title: 38.

lx. 8–12: 61.

lxxxiii: 66.

lxxxiii. 9; 42.

lxxxvii.: 70.

cviii. 7–10: 61.

Isaiah ii. 6: 91.

ix. 1: 43.

ix. 12. 2,63.

x. 32: 51.

xx. 1: 64.

xxviii. 21: 54.

xlvi. 1: 99.

Jeremiah vii. 14: 76.

xxv. 20: 73, 88.

xlvii. 1: 65.

xlvii. 4: 5, 11.

Ezekiel xvi. 27: 70.

xxiii. 24: 80.

xxv. 16: 6. 88.

xxx. 5: 6, 123.

xliv. 7: 61.

Joel iii. 4: 43.

Amos i. 6: 71.

i. 8: 73, 88, 125.

iii. 9: 73, 125.

vi. 2: 73.

ix. 7: 1, 5, 11, 13.

Micah 1. 10: 72.

Zephaniah i. 8, 9: 62, 102.

ii. 4: 69, 74.

ii. 5: 6.

ii. 6: 13.

Zechariah ix. 5: 88.

ix. 7: 70.

Ecclesiasticus 1. 26: 70.

1 Maccabees v. 68: 73.

x. 83, 84: 47, 67, 73, 106.

xi. 4: 67.

xiv. 34: 89.

xvi. 15: 69.

2 Maccabees xii. 40: 91.

Matthew xii. 24: 91.

John viii. 6: 51.

 

 

 

 
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