A Synopsis of the Apocryphal Nativity and Infancy Narratives by James Keith Elliott

By James Keith Elliott

This instruction manual presents an entire and up to date view of our present wisdom approximately Carian, one of many Indo-European languages spoken in historic Anatolia. The decipherment of the Carian alphabet has only in the near past made it attainable to research Carian inscriptions and to categorise the Carian language linguistically. The ebook covers all significant themes of study on Carian: the direct and oblique assets with an version of the Carian inscriptions following a brand new type procedure, the heritage of the decipherment, the Carian alphabet, and the phonological, morphological, lexical, and syntactic gains of the language. It comprises an annotated Carian word list. the quantity concludes with a unique appendix on Carian cash and legends by way of Koray Konuk that would be of specific curiosity to experts in historic numismatics.

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Woe is me, to what am I likened? I am not likened to this earth? ’ C Ps-Matthew 2 A And she prayed with tears, saying, ‘O Lord, most mighty God of Israel, why have you, seeing that you have already not given me children, taken from me my husband also? Behold, it is now five months since I have seen my husband; and I do not know where he is. ’ And while she wept excessively, she entered into the court of his house; and she fell on her face in prayer, and poured out her supplications before the Lord.

2C 24 chapter one Ps-Matthew 8 L Then Joseph received Mary, with the other five virgins who were to be with her in Joseph’s house. These virgins were Rebecca, Sephora, Susanna, Abigea, and Zahel; to these the high priest gave the silk, and the blue, and the fine linen, and the scarlet, and the purple, and the flax. For they cast lots among themselves what each virgin should do, and the purple for the veil of the Temple of the Lord fell to the lot of Mary. ’ And thus saying, as it were in words of annoyance, they began to call her queen of virgins.

From the morning to the third hour she remained in prayer; from the third to the ninth she was occupied with her weaving; and from the ninth she again applied herself to prayer. She did not retire from praying until there appeared to her the angel of the Lord, from whose hand she used to receive food; and thus she became more and more perfect in the work of God. Then, when the older virgins rested from the praises of God, she did not rest at all; so that in the praises and vigils of God none were found before her, no one more learned in the wisdom of the law of God, more lowly in humility, more elegant in singing, more perfect in all virtue.

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