12 tetimhme/noi

13 th=j gnw/mhj e0kei/nhj.

14 e0pa|do/menon.

1 filosofi/aj.

2 patri/doj.

3 One ms. "not even distinguished by name had he not been of it. His," &c.

4 [On the other hand, the facts that John's father Zebedee had hired servants, that his mother Salome aided in the support of Jesus, that John was acquainted with the high-priest, and seems to have possessed a home in Jerusalem into which he took the mother of our Saviour after the crucifixion, prove that he was not the poorest among the fishermen, but in tolerably good circumstances Comp. Mark ii. 20; Luke v. 10; viii. 3; Mark xvi. 1; John xviii. 15; xix. 27.-P. S.]

5 i0diw/thj.

6 a0gra/mmatoj.

7 See above, p. 2 [4]. [From one ms. in the Bened. ed.-P. S.]

8 bi/on.

9 Empedocles said this. Vid. Diog. Laert. viii. 2.

------------Qa/mnoj t' oi@wno/j te kai\ e0c a9lo\j e@mpuroj i0xqu/j.

10 ou0de\ o@nar.

11 Lit. "quenching."

12 th\n megi/sthn # Ellada.

13 a0nh/plwtai.

14 Plat. Apol. Socr. § 1, in init.

15 mete/wron.

16 al. "to you."

17 i@liggia/santaj.

18 al. "rub off."

19 al. "is set."

20 al. "hence."

21 u9poqe/aeij.

22 al. "their."

23 al. "to be thankful."

24 al. "to change."

1 e@ranon, a feast to which all the guests contributed.

2 al. "study."

3 al. "beginning."

4 i e. Man is more tractable than brutes, the words of the Spirit more powerful than words of reason.

5 al. "one ever and through all time."

6 ta\ o@nta are opposed to ta\ geno/mena in the Platonic philosophy. The reading here should be genhth=| for gennhth=|, as in the ms. Baroc no. 210, in the Bodl. Library. Our Lord is gennhto\j a0genhtw=j.

7 al. "trifle not."

8 al. "is now contained in them."

9 proqoriko\n.

10 e\ndia/qeton.

11 u9po/stasin.

12 a0ge/nhton.

13 genhto/j.