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I. 17; I Pet. v. 2; Luke xvi. from the Old Testament are Isa. vin. 20; Ps. Ivni. 1-2 [in Ivii. 2-3]; Eccl. vii. 4 and 6; i Kings m. 16-28; Isa. v. passages cited from the vii. 24. the Septuagint s Those cited version: Ps. 23-24; Amos ii. 6. 3 See Freshfield, E. : Bowes & Bowes), p. 46. 2 Roman Law Amos ix. 6. Late Roman Empire (Cambridge 1932, 4 See Collinet, op. , p. 71 7. s The in this point, the Ecloga may owe an unacknowledged debt to possibility that, the Corpus Mosaicum comes to look almost like a positive probability when we observe that the contrast between the Ecloga and the Corpus lustimaneum in the matter of their respective philosophies of punishment had been anticipated by a corresponding contrast between Israel's 'Covenant Code* and the Sumeric Code of Hammurabi.

345, with nn. 2, 3, and 4. See VI. vu. 357, n. 4, 365, n. 4, 369, and 370-2. ' In previous examinations of the genesis of the East Roman Empire we have already noticed the incentive that moved its architects first to raise a defunct Roman Empire from the dead and then to clothe this phantom in flesh and blood by recreating the Roman imperial civil service. These successive feats of necromancy were Orthodox Christendom's responses to the challenge of being bombarded at point-blank range by the explosive militancy of the Primitive Muslim Arabs (see II.

This Sinic claim was duly vindicated by the progress of archaeological discovery after it had been contested at the tribunal of an arrogantly hypercritical school of latter-day Western historians; and these notoriously captious critics had never denied that the rise of the Khatti Empire had been preceded by the fall of an Empire of Sumer and Akkad which we have identified as being the Sumeric Civilization's universal state, or that an 'Old Empire* of the Mayas, which we have identified as being the Mayan universal state, had come and gone before the rise of the Empire of the Toltecs.

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