1 It is impossible in English to reprodnce the play upon the words Grhgo/rioj o9 gregorw=n ei0j ta\ qei=a noh/mata, k. t. l.

2 We have seen that this is an error. Vide Introduction to Trullan Canons.

3 The reference is to Ps. lxxiv. 3, but the text is quite different from ours.

4 This obscure phrase Mendham omits altogether.

1 In this epitome of the verbose definition of the council, I have followed for the most part Hefele. (Hist. of the Councils, Vol. V., p. 309 et seqq.)

2 Now four years old.

3 These are Hefele's words.

4 These are Hefele's words.

5 These are not given in full but are sufficient to give the true gist.

1 Anastasins in his Interpretatio (Migne, Pat.. Lat. Tom. CXXIX., col. 458), gives the word, "Filioque". Cardinal Julian in the Fifth Session of the Concil of Florence gave evidence that there was then extant a very ancient codex containing these words; and this ms., which was in Greek, was actually shown. The Greek scholar Gemistius Pletho remarked that if this were so, then the Latin theologians, like St. Thomas Aquinas would long ago have appealed to the Synod. (Cf, Hefele, Hist. Councils, Vol ., p. 374,Note 2.) This reasoning is not conclusive if Cardinal Bellarmine is to be believed, who says that St. Thomas had never seen the Acts of this synod. (De Imag. Sanct., Lib. ii., cap. xxii.)

2 Constantine Copronymus turned many monasteries into soldiers' barracks. In this he has been followed by other crowned enemies of Christ.