Jahn's Biblical archaeology

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Egypt
11
Gessen or Goshen and the river of Egypt
12
Extent and boundaries of the He brew territories
13
Face of the country Mountains
14
Plains
15
Forests
16
Deserts
17
The Jordan Lake Merom and Gen nesareth
18
The Dead
19
Other Rivers
20
On the climate of Palestine
22
Fertility of the Soil
25
Calamities to which Palestine is subject
27
Division of Palestine among the Is raelites
28
Division of Palestine in the time of Christ
30
OF DWELLINGS 26 The earliest shelters were shady trees and caves 27 The more recent Troglodytes or dwellers in caves
32
Tabernacles
33
On Tents
34
Formation of Tents
35
Internal structure of Tents Section 32 Houses 33 Size of Houses
36
Form and roof of Houses
37
The Gate Porch Area or open court female apartments
38
Chambers and other Apartments
39
Doors and methods of securing them
41
Windows
42
Materials for building
43
Household furniture and utensil 41 Villages Towns Cities
47
OF THE NOMADES
48
Antiquity etc of the Nomades 43 Of Pastures 44 Emigrations of the Nomades
50
Fountains and Cisterns
51
Flocks of the Nomades
53
Animals of the Ox kind
55
Of Asses and Mules 49 Camels
57
Horses
59
Dogs
60
Of Hunting
61
Of robberies committed on Travel lers
62
ON AGRICULTURE 54 Its value and importance
63
Laws of Moses in regard to Agri culture
64
Estimation in which Agriculture was held 57 Means of increasing Fertility
65
Different kinds of Grain
66
Instruments of Agriculture
67
Animals used in Agriculture
68
Preparation of the Land
69
Harvest
70
Threshing Floor
71
Threshing
72
Ventilation
73
Of Vines and Vineyard
74
Situation and arrangement of Vine yards
75
Culture of Vineyards
76
Vintage and Winepress
77
Gardens
78
Of OliveTrees
79
The Figtree
80
The Pomegranate
81
The Balsam
82
The Palm
83
Terebinths and Pistacias
84
Bees and Honey
85
Fishing 79 The fallow year
86
On the Origin of the Arts 81 State of the Arts from the Deluge till Moses
87
The Arts among the Hebrews in the time of Moses 83 Arts among the Hebrews in Pales tine
88
State of the Arts after the Captivity
89
Antiquity of the Art of Writing
90
The extension of Alphabetical Writing
92
Materials and Instruments of Writ
94
Respecting Book 89 Of Epistles 90 On Poetry
96
Character of the Hebrew Poetry
97
On Music
99
Uses of Music among the Hebrews 94 Stringed Instruments
100
Wind Instruments
101
Different sorts of Drums
102
On Dancing
104
ON THE SCIENCES 98 The origin of the Sciences
105
History Genealogy and Chronol o?y
106
Arithmetic Mathematics Astrono my and Astrology
107
Division of Day and Night 102 Of Weeks
110
Of the Months and the Year
112
Surveying Mechanic Arts and Geography
113
Medicine
115
Note Academical Degree
118
CONTENTS
123
Condition of the Hebrews as re spected other nations
128
CONCERNING FOOD AND FEAST 136 Of Food in general 137 Preparation of Food by Fire
147
Of Mills
148
Grinding
149
Baking bread in an Oven
150
On the different kinds of Food
151
Of Boasting 143 Interdicted Food
153
Beverage
154
Time and circumstances of taking Refreshment
155
Table and method of Sitting
156
Mode of Eating
157
Of Feasts
158
Hospitality of the Orientals
159
ON THB STATE OF DOMESTIC SOCIETY
160
Fruitfulness in the Marriage State
166
On the Naming of Children
172
Respecting Slaves
178
CHAP XI
204
Principal Officers in the Hebrew
216
State
218
CONCKHSINO DEATH BURIALS
234
Sepulchres
241
Of Mourning
247
Connection of the Tribes with each other
258
Form of Government a mixed
261
The Theocracy
265
Extent of the Royal power and prerogatives
285
Methods of promulgating Laws
286
On the Royal Revenues
287
Magistrates under the Monarchy
289
Officers of the Palace
291
The Kings Harem
292
The method in which the Officers and others held intercourse with the King
293
Magistrates during and after the Captivity
294
Tetrarchs
295
Roman Procurators
296
Of the Tribute and Half Shekel of the Temple
297
OF TRIALS AND PUNISHMENTS S43 Of Judges
299
The Sanhedrin
300
Note Of the Sanhedrin instituted by Moses 245 Other Tribunals in the time of Christ
303
S46 The time of Trials Section 247 The Forum or place of Trials
304
Form of Trial
306
Prisons and Tortures
307
Regulations etc in respect to Debtors
309
On Usury 252 The smallest Punishment
311
Fines and Indemnifications
312
Punishment of Theft
313
Corporal Punishments
314
On Retaliation
315
Mosaic Punishments
317
Excision from the people Excom
318
Of punishments which consist of Posthumous insults
319
Punishments introduced from other Nations
320
Crucifixion as practised among the Romans
322
The cruelties of Crucifixion
325
The Public Executioner 264 Of the BloodAvenger and cities of Refuge
326
Of the unknown Murderer
328
ON MILITARY AFFAIRS 266 General View of Military Science
329
General Military Enrolment
330
Military Reviews and Inspections
334
Of Shields
335
The Helmet 273 Cuirass Breastplate or Coat of Mail
336
Greaves and Military Frock
337
On Fortifications
339
Arms with which the soldiers fought hand to hand
340
Of Javelins 278 Of the Bow Arrow and Quiver
341
Of the Sling
342
Of Engines used in war 281 Battering Rams
343
Respecting the Cavalry 283 Of Chariots of
344
Sports and Exercises preparatory to
345
Gymnastic Sports
346
Of Encampments
349
On Military Marches
350
Military Standards
351
Respecting
352
Preparations for Battta
353
Of the Feast of Tabernacles
356
On the Day of Propitiation
357
Of other Fasts
358
Of the Feast of Pnrim
359
On the Festival Encaenia other wise called the Festival of the Purification of the Temple
360
00 Periods when there was a cessation CHAP IL
373
Respecting Moses
381
Peace and ThankOfferings
382
Of CovenantSacrifices
383
On the meaning of Sacrifices
384
Of Bloodless Sacrifices
385
Of the Purification of the Unclean Of the Red Heifer
386
Purification of Leprous Persons
387
Of the FirstBorn
388
Of the FirstFruits
389
OfTythes
390
Sketch of Religion from Moses till bath
391
Of Oaths
392
Of Vows
393
Of Affirmative Vows Of the Vow called Cherem
394
Of Negative Vows the Nazarite
395
OfPravers
396
Of the Worship in the Synagogue
397
The language in which the service was performed in the Syna gogues
398
Mode of worship practised by
399
Apostles
408
On the Condition of Man after Year
447
Of the Jews considered as a holy people
456
Of persons officially employed in discharging religious duties
457
Of the servants who were allotted to the sanctuary
458
Of the Consecration of the Levitcs 365 Of the duties of the Levites
459
Of the Priests
461
The Consecration of the Priests and of the HighPriest
462
Concerning the Dress of the Priests
464
Of the Duties of the Priests
465
Dress of the HighPriest Some account of Urim and Thum mim Note Remarks of Michaelis on Urim and Thummim
467
On the question Whether Priests and Levites were Public Teach
468
Officers in the Synagogues
471
OF SACRED THINGS 373 On the question What is a sacri fice?
472
On the Origin of Sacrifices
473
The place of Sacrifices
475
Of Bloody Sacrifices
476
Ceremonies at the offering of Sa crifices
478
Of Holocausts or whole Burntof ferings
480
Of SinOfferings
481
Of Idol Deities
507
Altars Statues Temples Groves 402 Sacrifices Prayers Festivals Pu rifications Mysteries
511
Of Divinations
513
State of Idolatry in the time of Christ
515
Of Images made for sacred pur poses
517
Of the Host or Army of Heaven
518
Of the Sun and the god Baal
520
Of other Baals or Baalim
522
Of AstarteAshtarothortheMooi as an object of worship
524
Of Tammuz and Adonis
525
Moloc Molec Malcom Milcom
527
OfChiunand Remphan 413 OfTeraphim 414 Of Dagon
530
Of other Deities
531

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Página 214 - Behold, I give unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means hurt you.
Página 224 - I give unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy ; and nothing shall by any means hurt you. Notwithstanding, in this rejoice not that the spirits are subject unto you ; but rather rejoice, because your names are written in heaven.
Página 214 - Or else how can one enter into a strong man's house, and spoil his goods, except he first bind the strong man? and then he will spoil his house.
Página 346 - For the LORD thy God walketh in the midst of thy camp, to deliver thee, and to give up thine enemies before thee; therefore shall thy camp be holy: that he see no unclean thing in thee, and turn away from thee.
Página 281 - Thus saith the Lord to his anointed, to Cyrus, whose right hand I have holden, to subdue nations before him ; and I will loose the loins of kings, to open before him the twoleaved gates ; and the gates shall not be shut...
Página 214 - And if I by Beelzebub cast out devils, by whom do your sons cast them out?
Página 456 - ... the tip of the right ear, the thumb of the right hand, and the great toe of the right foot...
Página 346 - And thou shalt have a paddle upon thy weapon; and it shall be, when thou wilt ease thyself abroad, thou shalt dig therewith, and shalt turn back and cover that which cometh from thee...
Página 240 - Wo unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites ! for ye are like unto whited sepulchres, which indeed appear beautiful outward, but are within full of dead men's bones, and of all uncleanness. 28 Even so ye also outwardly appear righteous unto men, but within ye are full of hypocrisy and iniquity.
Página 240 - Whoever was buried here, this is certain, that the place itself discovers so great an expense both of labour and treasure, that we may well suppose it to have been the work of kings.

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