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Eldad, with Medad, encouraged to undertake the em.
ployment assigned them , 234
Elders, seventy, the appointment of them ibid.
Elim, when the Israelites went thither 79
Like a place described by Strabo , ibid.
Enchantments, heathen, for tho cure of the bitings
of serpents, of what kind 323
Used by Balaam, of what sort ,.. 347
Eratosthenes, his character and writings 26b
Eusebius Pamphilus, when he flourished 281
His Chronicon, see Chronicon.
His account of Prometheus 165
Ezra, in what manner he might add to the books of
FABULISTS, their story of Hercules' killing the
eagle which preyed upon Prometheus' liver 168
Faith, mankind not easily brought to the obedience of it 195
GAMES, public, how managed in the most ancient times 181
Gerizim, see Ebal.
Gibeonites, their stratagem to obtain a league with
Israel considered 438
Girgashites, whether they fled from Joshua into Africa 488
God of Israel, who the person so called 100
Greece, its cities chose their gods '. 150
Greeks, the names of their gods and heroes from Egypt 167
HARMONIA, wife of Cadmus, whose daughter'..'.. 155
Ha/or city, burnt by the Israelites 469
Halirrothius, son of Neptune, killed by Mars, when 151
where the Israelites travelled 65
Thought it impossible to see Gon 99
Their philosophical notions of their gods 102
Their newer theology, whence its rise .... 103
Miracles recorded by them, not so well attested
as those of Moses , , 384
Hercules, an old Egyptian hero, so called .., 16S
Herodotus M'rote before Manetho 264
Horeb the same, or a contiguous mountain to, Sinai . 81
He and Aaron hare the charge of the people 99
Did not probably outlive the sin of the golden calf. 176
JABIN, king of Hazor, conquered by the Israelites 46fl
Ida, a mountain both of Crete and Phrygia 173
Jcthro visits Moses and the camp of the Israelites ... 90
people considered .•. ibid.
Jordan, whether the Israelites could have passed it
without a miracle 418, 421
Josephus, his account of the cure of the waters at
His opinion about the gathering of the Manna .. 73
His citations from Manetho considered 269
Joshua, his behaviour at the return of the spies from
searching Canaan 238
Appointed by God to lead the Israelites at the
death of Moscs 366
Takes the command of the people 410
Sends the spies to Jericho '. 411
Sets up the stones in Gilgal 416
Revives the use of circumcision 421
Cannot be supposed to have revived it without a
special command of Gob for so doing 427
Conquers the five kings of Canaan 455
His relation of the miracle of the sun and moon's
standing still considered 457, &c.
Hpw long engaged in war with the Canaanites ... 471
Prepares to divide Canaan ibid.
His inheritance, what and where 485
His admonitions to the Israelites before he died 492, &c.
His death '494
1 Whether ho wrote the book called by his name.. 495
bitings of serpents 325
Israelites, their murmurings at Marah (53
March to Elim , 70
Distressed with want in the wilderness of Sin . . 71
< ' ' Want water at ilephidim 77
• 1 Their march to Sinai, when 97
Forced Aaron to make the calf , 175
Whether I hey danced naked at their games...... 186
Whether they, set up the calf in imitation of the
Hgyptian sacra 192
Upon what principle they fori, into the idolatry
of the <»lf jfls
How taxed to erect the tabernacle 21 j
Left Sinai, when .'...%•."* 1«... ,v... 232
Will not march, when required to go up to enter
Canaan ....... .• v 238
What punishment was denounced against them for >
this ■>!>*.;in.Itv ■ „ 1230
Attempt Canaan, but are defeated ;ibid.
'Their murmurings at Kadesh 311
Their encampments from Punon to Fiagah...... 333
Conquer Sihon, king of the Amoritcs 334
Reduce the kingdom of Uashan 335.
Could not bo deceived in tlie miracles recorded by
Moses to have been written before them 384
At no time disposed to an implicit belief of, or
dependence upon, Moses 387
Their miraculous passage over Jordan >. 415
Besiege and tako Jericho 431
Defeated at Ai 433
Whether they were commanded absolutely to de-
Whether they could make any league with those
Whethor justifiable in their treatment of the Gi-
beonitcs ...'. 454
Their embassy about the altar of Jordan 487
Jupiter of Crete contemporary with Moses 110
Succeeds his father in the kingdom of Crete - 110
Marries his sister Juno , 120
His other wives and children ibid.
How many generations he lived before the Trojan
war .4 • .••■ 1*81
11 is politics and improvements of his country . .. 141
what employments thoy had under him 143
How he and his ministers came to be rnoru highly
thought of in after ages than all other heroe*.. 145
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Whatoppositionhemetwith,and from whom, vb.& seq.
Who were his allies ;148
Travels from Crete into other countries 149
Said to travel all over the world ibid.
Was a useful instructor of, and benefactor to,
foreign kingdoms 150
In Arcadia, when 151
Worshipped the lights of heaven 153
Was not himself worshipped by Lycaon ....... ibid.
Was at Cadmus' wedding 155
In love with Semele 155
How it came to pass that we should have no ac-
The new scenes of life opened by him 160
Severe in his punishment of Prometheus, and why 162
Crctau dominions 160
Justin Martyr misquotes Diodorus Siculus 40<i
KINGS of Canaan, how many conquered by Joshua 469
LACEDEMONIANS of the stock df Abraham ... 107
Their kings 109
Laws, no word in Homer for a written law 402
Some of Moses' laws considered 403
League, what the sense of that word 450
Lelcx, his age 106
An Israelite 107
Settlements made by him ibid.
Levites appointed to the service of the tabernacle. . . . 229
Lucian, his ridicule of the fable of Prometheus 164
Lupercalia, when instituted 153
Lycaop, king of Arcadia, his family, character, and
Entertains Jupiter, is killed by him ibid.
Did not think Jupiter a god 153
Said to be turned into a wolf, why 152
Lycaeus, Jupiter so called, an altar erected to him... 153
MANNA miraculously given.to the Israelites 71
What it was ibid.
Whence its nam* 72
How to be gathered ibid.
An onier of it laid up in a pot for future ages ... 76
Ceased, when 427
Manetho, who, his character 259
His books, their nature and composition, and
contents 261, 265
His view and design in them 261
Mark, St. a monkish fable concerning his festival ... 241
Marah, no place so called by profane writers 65
Marsham, Sir John, account of his Canon Chronicus 293
Minerva, her difference with Neptune about the Athe.
Minos, his family, genealogy, and time of life 128
Miriam and Aaron oppose Moses 236
Her death 311
Mneves, the Egyptian, who 401
Governed his people by unwritten laws 403
Moabites ensnare the Israelites into idolatry k.. 353
Monceius, his account of Aaron's making the Israelites ■
Moon and sun, the miracle of their standing still,
the word of Joshua considered 456, &c.
Moses leads the Israelites into the wilderness of Shur. 63
How tried and proved at Marah 65
Smites the rock at Rephidim 77
His hands holden up give victory to the Israelites 86
of Israel 99
In the mount forty days and nights ibid.
Finds the Israelites at their idolatrous games .... 176
Goes the second time up the mount 214
Exhorts the Israelites in the last month of his life 366
Delivers his book to the Levites ibid.
His death N 367
Where buried . , ibid.