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Front MatterHalf Title PageTitle PageCopyright PagePREFACETable Of ContentsContentsI. THE AUTHORSHIP AND THE TITLES OF THE PSALMS ACCORDING TO EARLY JEWISH AUTHORITIES PSALM III.— ?????.PSALM IV.— ????? ??????? ????? ???.PSALM V.— ????? ?? ??????? ????? ????.PSALM VI .— ????? ??????? ?? ???????.PSALM VII— ????? ???? ??? ?? ?????! ?? ???? ??? ?? ????.PSALM VIII.— ????? ?? ?????.PSALM IX.— ????? ?? ??? ? ? ?.PSALM XVI .— ???? ???.PSALM XXII.— ????? ?? ???? ????.P SALM XXXII .— ???? ?????.PSALM XXXIII.— No title in the Hebrew text; most likely there was none in the LXX.PSALM XXXVIII— ????? ???? ??????.PSALM XXXIX.— ????? ??????? ????? ????.PSALM XLII.— mp ????? ????? ???.PSALM XLV.— ?????? ?? ????? ???? ??? ????? ??? ?????.PSALM XLVI— ????? ???? ??? ?? ????? ???.PSALM LIII.— ????? ?? ???? ????? ???.PSALM LVI.— ????? ?? ???? ??? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ????.?????? ???.PSALM LVII.—????? ?? ???? ???? ???? ????? ????. ???? ?????.PSALM LX.— ????? ?? ???? ???? ???? ???? ????.PSALM LXIX.— ????? ?? ?????? ????.PSALM LXX.— ?????? ???? ??????.PSALM LXXV.— ????? ?? ???? ????? ???? ???.PSALM LXXVII.— ????? ?? ?????? ???? ???.PSALM LXXX.— ????? ?? ?????? ???? ???? ?????.PSALM LXXXI.—Compare above, Ps. vii.PSALM LXXXVII.— ???? ??? ????? ??.PSALM LXXXVIII.— ??? ????? ???? ??? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????? ????? ??????. PSALM LXXXIX.— ????? ????? ??????.PSALM XC.— ???? ????.PSALM XCII.— ????? ??? ???? ????.PSALM CIII.— ????.PSALM CXX.— ??? ???? ??.PSALM CXXVII— ?????.AUTHORS AND WORKS QUOTED IN AN ABRIDGED FORMII. THE ORIGIN AND MUTUAL RELATION OF THE SYNOPTIC GOSPELS EXPLANATION OF SYNOPTIC TABLEIII. THE DAY AND YEAR OF ST. POLYCARP'S MARTYRDOMAPPENDIX I. ON A PASCHAL HOMILY PRINTED IN ST. CHRYSOSTOM'S WORKS ASCRIBED BY USSHER TO A. D. 672. BUT REALLY BELONGING TO A. D. 387APPENDIX II. PASSAGES FROM ANCIENT WRITERS WHO EMPLOY KALENDARS OF THE ASIATIC TYPE, GIVING SIDE BY SIDE A ROMAN AND A NATIVE DATINGNOTE.— ON THE NEW MATTER CONTAINED IN THE SECOND EDITION (1889), OF BISHOP LIGHTFOOT'S APOSTOLIC FATHERS, (PART II. ST. IGNATIUS, ST. POLYCARP, VOL. I. pp. 626-722)IV.THE CLEMENTINE HOMILIES V. THE EVIDENCE OF THE EARLY VERSIONS AND PATRISTIC QUOTATIONS ON THE TEXT OF THE BOOKS OF THE NEW TESTAMENTNOTEVI. THE AMMONIAN SECTIONS, EUSEBIAN CANONS, AND HARMONIZING TABLES IN THE SYRIAC TETRAEVANGELIUM APPENDIX I.APPENDIX II.NOTEADDITIONAL NOTEVII. THE CODEX AMIATINUS AND ITS BIRTHPLACE APPENDIX. ON THE ITALIAN ORIGIN OF THE CODEX AMIATINUS AND THE LOCALIZING OF ITALIAN MSS.
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