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archaisms in the Authorized Version-

note, noted, 162
of certainty, 20
or ever, 78
ordain, 25
other (=others), 203
people (=peoples), 38
prefer, preferred, 72
require, 21
saint (=angel), 118
science, 5
set (=seated), 86
shew (=tell), 18 f., 47
strange (=foreign), 195
well favoured, 5
whiles, 62
worse liking, 9

would (=desired to), 90
archangels, xciv, xcv f., 158
Arioch, 22
arm, fig. of strength, 167; arms, fig. of

forces, 173, 182, 187
arıny (or host) of heaven, 56, 116
Ashpenaz, 4
Asmodeus, xcv
Assumption of Moses (apocryphal book),

Ixxxiii, xcvii n., 158
Astyages, xxviii, xxx, liii
asyndetic construction common in Aram.

of Dan., 76

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Bel and the Dragon, xx f.
Belshazzar, xxviii, xxix, l-lii, lxviii, 60,

61, 80

Belteshazzar, lv, 7, 48
Berenice (daughter of Ptolemy Phila-

delphus, married to Antiochus II.,

Dan. xi. 6), 166 f.
Berosus, xxiv, XXV M., xxvii, xxxii, 2,

59 n., al.

beryl, 154
book of life, the, 200 f.
books containing the destinies of men,

162
books recording the deeds of men, 86

books, the' (of Scripture), 127
burnt-offering, the daily, 116, 187, 205

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Cambyses, xxxii, liji f.
Canon of the 0. T., xlvii f.
'captain of the guard' (XnM 31),

22 f,
Carchemish, battle of (B.C. 605), xlix, 2
chain of gold, 64
'Chaldaeans,' in ethnic sense, 12, 13 n.,

in sense of astrologers, xlix f., 6, 12–
14, 15
chief princes' (=archangels), 158
Chisian MS. (of LXX. of Dan.), c, ci
Chittim (Kitians), 186
'choler, to be moved with,' 114
chronology, incorrect, 146, 147
Cleopatra (daughter of Antiochus the

Great, sister to Antiochus Epiphanes,
married to Ptolemy Epiphanes, Dan.

xi. 17), xxxvii f., 101, 174
coats,’ 42 f.
Coele-Syria and Palestine, a bone of

contention between Syria and Egypt,

xxxiv-xxxviii, 166
come up upon the heart,' to, 26
Commentaries on Daniel, cii f., civ
compassion,' 'to give to compassion

before...,' 130
'consort' 22, 62
Cyaxares, 28
'Cylinder-inscription' of Cyrus, xxxi,

59 n.
Cyrus, xxviii-xxxii 12, 79, 138, 152

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banquets in Babylonia and Persia, 61, 62
Barnabas, so-called Epistle of, 95
Baruch, Apocalypse of, lxxxi f., 153
Baruch, prayer in book of, compared

with Dan. ix., Ixxiv—Ixxv, 128 ff.
* Bath-Ķol,' 55
bear, 82
"beauteous land,' 115, 173, 198, cf.

199

f.
'before' a superior, to speak, &c., 21, 75
Behistun inscription, 71 n.
Bel (lord), title of Marduk, xx, 31, 48, 61
cited in illustration of parts of Dan.,
44, 49 f., 85, 86, 87, 89, 105-107, 125,

158, 162; 201, 202
eschatology of Dan., 202—204, lxxxvi, cf.

Ixxxviif., xcii f.
Esdras (Ezra), second (fourth) book of,

Daniel, the name, xviiin., 7; whether

alluded to by Ezekiel, xvii f.; apocry.
phal stories of, in Susanna, xviii f.
(allusion to in Shakespeare, xix); in
Bel and the Dragon, xx f.; in later
Jewish writings, xxi; so-called Tomb

of, at Susa, xxi
Daniel, the book of:-contents of, ix-

xvi; aim of, xvi f., Ixix, lxxiii; written
partly in Heb., partly in Aram., xxii f.,
19; allusions to, in Sibylline Oracles,
Ixxiii ; in 1 Macc., lxxiii f.; in N. T.,
Ixxiv, 109, 151; Greek versions of,
xviii, xcviii ff.; history embraced in,
xxiii-xlvii ; authorship and date of,
xlvii-lxxvi, civ f.; literary character
of, lxxvi-lxxxv; whether of composite
authorship, cv; characteristic doc.
trines of, lxiii f., lxxxy ff.; the future
as pictured in, lxxxvi; expressions in
N. T. borrowed from, or suggested by,

1xxxv, xcvii f., 151, 200
Daphne (suburb of Antioch), 194, 196, 207
Darius Hystaspis, liv, 70, 71, 72
Darius the Mede, lii – liv, 70, 71, 127, 162
• determiners (of fates)' (79772), 15, 25
Deuteronomy, reminiscences of, 127 ff.
devote' (or 'ban”), to (D'7007), 199
Diadochi (successors of Alexander the

Great), rule of the, 123, 152, 162 ff.
didactic aim of Dan. i-vi, xvi - xvii,

Ixix, 1, 17, 35, 46, 61, 71
'do,' to (used absolutely), 117 f., 133,

Ixxxii f., 95, 99 n., 107 f.
Ethiopians (Kushites), 199
Eumenes, king of Pergamum, 101, 177,
207

f.
eunuchs, 4
everlasting lise, 201
Evil-Merodach, see Amêl-Marduk
Ezekiel, reminiscences of, lxii f., 115,

120, 121, 125, 154, 155, 159, 160

189
dreams, 17 f., 49
dulcimer, 39
Dura, 36

'family above,' the, 51
family of criminal punished with him, 78
fast predisposing to a vision, lxxxv, 153
fire, symbolizing the Deity, 85
foods, unclean, 8
four empires of Daniel, 94 -- 102

.

Gabriel, 120
'gate' of the king, 32
'God of gods,' 31
"God of heaven,' 23
governor' (pehāh), xxix, xxxiii, 36
Greek words in Dan., lviii f., 38, 39
Gubaru (Gobryas), xxix, xxx, xxxi, liv,

6of.

eagle (90, properly 'griffon-vulture'),

81
earth, the whole (or all the),'expression

used hyperbolically, 29, 46, 92
Ecclesiasticus, xlviii, Ixii
Elam, 110, 111
'enchanters' (D'Dwx), 12, 15, 18
'end, time of the,' 121, 122, 193, 198,

202, 205
Enoch, the book of, lxxis—Ixxxi, lxxxv;

hand, fig. of power, 204
'hand, to lift up the ' in oath), 203 f.
'hard (or dark) sentences' (117:7), 65
'hard' (of the spirit), 67
Hasidaeans (0'7'DN), xlv, 189
heart (=intellect), 51, 81
'heaven' (expression of reverence for

God'), 53 f.
heavenly tables, the, 162
Hebrew style of Dan., Ix-xiii
Heliodorus, 101 f., 176, 177, 207
Hellenizing party in Judah, xl ff., 141,

186 f., 188 f., 190
Hiddeķel, the, 153
‘holy gods,'the, 48
holy one (=angel), 50, 118

holy ones (ideal designation of Israelites),

90, 124
horn, the great (Alexander), 113, 114,

lord of lords, title of Marduk, 31
lot, fig. of portion, inheritance, 206
lycanthropy, 58 f.

122

horn, the little, 84, 91, 92, 94 f., 98 f.,

100; 115
horns, symbolical sense of, 84
horns, the ten (in Dan. vii.), 84, 91, 92,

94 f., 96, 98-102
host of heaven, 116, cf. 56
"hour,' 39, 52
'house of God' (late expression for

house of Jehovah'), 3
'humble oneself,'to (said of one fasting),

156
hyperbole, 46, 92, 160

Maccabees, rise of the, xlv f., 189, 190
Macedonian empire, 29
magic, Assyrian and Babylonian, 12-16
'magicians' (D'OO71), 11, 15, 18
Magnesia, battle of (B.C. 190), xxxviii,

175
Marduk (Merodach), xxiv, xxvi, xxvii,

xxxi f., 3, 31
Median empire, liii, 28, 70; as repre-

sented in Dan., 29, 70, 82, 95, 100f.,

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images erected by the Ass. kings, 35 f.
imaginative narratives, didactic value of,

Ixx, lxxi; in vogue among the Jews,

Ixxii
'India House Inscription' of Nebuchad-

nezzar, xxiv f., 46, 55
intreat the favour of,' to, 130 f.

Melzar, 9
měné, 68 f.
Meshach, 7
Messiah, the, 102, 104 f., 106—8, 139,

144
Messianic age, Ixxxix, 136, 200. See

kingdom of God
Michael, 157, 158, 161, 162, 200
*midrash,' midrashic, lxxi n.,

lxxii
Mishael, 7
Most High,' 44, 90
most holy,' a, 137

Jason, high-priest, xlii, xliii, 139, 187,

Nabopolassar, xxiii f., 2
Nabu-balâțsu-iķbi, father of Belshazzar,

xxvii, 1, li, 62
Nabu-na'id (Nabonnēdus, Nabonidus),

the last native king of Babylon, xxvii

--xxxii, li, 18, 60 f., 65 n.
‘name, to make a,' 131; a name to be

*called over,' 132 f.
names, change of, 7
Nebuchadnezzar, orthography and mean-

ing of name, 3; reign and character of,
xxiv-xxvi, 46; buildings of, xxivf.,
cf. 55; represented as a typical despot,

46; madness of, 58-60
Nergal-shar-uțur (Neriglissar), xxvii, li

Onias III. (high-priest), xlii, 139 f., 182

198
Jeremiah, prophecy of restoration after

70 years, 126, 127; reminiscences of in

Dan. ix., 128 ff.
Jerome, on the LXX. version of Dan.,

xcvjïif. ; his Comm. on Daniel, ciïi ;
referred to or quoted, ciii n., 143, 163-

197 (passim)
Judas Maccabaeus, xlvf., 120, 190
judgements'(=ordinances), 128
Jupiter Capitolinus, 193, 194, 195

'king of kings,' title of Bab. and Persian

kings, 28
kingdom of God, the, Ixiv, 1xxxv—Ixxxix,

16, 17, 30, 88, 92f., 200—202

‘latter days,' the, 26, 159
leopard, 83
Libyans, 199
linen apparel, 154
living God, the, 77

Paneion (or Panias, Paneas), battle of

(B.C. 198), xxxvii, 166, 172

përês, 69
'Persia, king of' (late title), 152
Persian empire, xxxii f., 29, 95, 100 f.,

112, 113, 163
Persian words in Daniel, list of, lvi f.
Pharisees (DV172), xlv n.
Popillius Laenas, Q., 181, 186
Porphyry, ciii, 182 n., 197
post-dating, 17
'praefect' (sāgān), 32, 36
prayer towards Jerusalem, 74; thrice a

day, 75
predictions of prophets, Ixvi, lxvii
pride, Biblical teaching on, 46, 57 f.
'prince' (723), 138
* Prince of princes (Dining ), 124
prophets, their ideal pictures of the

future, lxxxviii-xc, 197 bottom
psaltery, 38 f.
Ptolemies, 31, 165
Ptolemy I. (Lagi), xxxiv f., 30, 165, 166

II. (Philadelphus), xxxvi, 166 f.
III. (Euergetes I.), 167 f.
IV. (Philopator), 168—171
V. (Epiphanes), 171–174, 178

VII. (Philometor), nephew of An-
tiochus Epiphanes, 101 f., 178-181,
184, 198

Physcon (afterwards Euergetes II.),
180 f.
purple, a royal colour, 64

Scipio, Luc. Cornelius (Dan. xi. 18), 190
'scripture of truth,' the, 162
'seal,' to, fig. uses of, 136, 202, 205
seals, use of in antiquity, 76
Seleucidae, the, 30, 31, 165
Seleucus I. (Nicator), xxxv, 165, 166

II. (Callinicus), 167 f.
III. (Ceraunos), 168, 169 f.

IV. (Philopator), xxxviii, 101f.,
176 f.
Septuagint version of Dan., xviii, lxxvi,

xcviii-cii
seventy weeks, prophecy of the, 126 f.,

135 ff., 143-150
Shadrach, 7
‘sheath'(said of the body), 89
Shinar, 3
Shushan, III
Sibylline oracles, the so-called, lxxiii,

Ixxxiii f.; quoted, 98 f.
‘signs and wonders,'

son of the gods,' a, 44
son of man' (RIX 72), 88, 102–110;

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Song of the Three Children, the, xviii,

44
sorcerers'
stand before,' to (=to attend upon), 7,

II, 32
stars, symbolizing Israelites, 116, 202
Susa, xxi, 111, 125 f.
Susanna, History of, xviii-xix
symbolic imagery, lxxvi f., lxxviii, 16f.,

18, 49, 80 (cf. cv f.), 104, 112, 113
symphonia, 39
Syriack, 19
Syro-Hexaplar version of Dan., xviii n.,

ci

Raphia, battle of (B.C. 217), xxxvii, 169,

170 f.
resurrection, the, xc-xciii, 200—202, 206
Revelation, book of, imagery or expres-

sions in, suggested by Daniel, lxxxv,

xcvii f.
‘riddles,' 65 f., 123
'righteous, to make,' 202
‘righteousness,' in later Heb.=alms, 54
Roman empire, whether represented in

Dan., 95-98
roof-chamber, 74

Tammuz, 194
těkel, 68 f.
temple, desecration of by Antiochus
Epiphanes, xliv, 116-120, 187 f.

suspension of worship in for three
years, 116, 119, 141 f., 187 f., 205

re-dedication of (B.C. 165), xlvi, 190
Theodotion's Greek version of Dan.,

xviii, xcviii--c

sackbut, 38
saint' (=angel), 90
satraps, 36, 71, 72

777), citadel, acropolis, 111
oba, to wear away, 92
WIX 72, son of man, 88, 103

third pers. plur., with indef. subj.

(periphr. for passive), 9f., 53, 55, 68,

82, 88 (bis)
three-and-a-half years of trouble, the, 93,

204; cf. 119, 205, 206
"times,' si
"treasurer,' 37
trigon (SAD), 38|
"troubled,' to be, inadequate rendering

of various Heb. and Aram. words, 18,

48 (bis), 52, 63, 64, 65, 89, 94
truth,' in objective sense, of the true

religion, 117

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unclean foods, 8
upharsin, 68 f.
Uphaz, 154
upon,' idiom, uses of, 18, 64, 77, 94, 155
upper chamber, 74

2777, minister, 43
077, limb, 20
7177, majesty, 155
17'n (or xo?), to be, with the partic.,

10, 88; 07:17), to be done with (prob.),

18, 125
7'3917, necklace, 64
77777, imaginings, 47

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Xerxes, 163

pin, pin, pinnoi, piini, to be

strong, strengthen, &c., 160, 161, 162,

189
017100, desirablenesses, 134 f.
1900,19'307, to make profane, 188 f.

Zeus Olympios, honoured by Antiochus

Epiphanes, xlix, 188, 193, 194, 195
Zoroastrianism, xciv-xcvi

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rinn, moat (?), 139

that which is ,נחרצת נחרצה נחרץ)

determined, 141, 142
D'Our, magicians, ix, 15

Dyo, discretion, 22;=deiree, 45

72778, counsel-giver, 37
AIX, ah! 128
XIX, certain, sure, 20
12776NR, satrap, 36
37p 538, to eat the pieces of, fig. to
accuse, 40

=to appoint, 11
70X, interdict, 73
9728, palace, 199

178, fresh flesh, healing, 55
D'DUR, 'Dwx, enchanters, 12, 15
nos nuis, for why ? =lest, 9

78, stream (properly, the Nile), 203
77', Javan (Greeks, Greece), 122
7'p', difficult, 21
ann',] 171), to be left over, 158 f.

(78),] 7785), to be cowed, 186

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