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Pedes capite in se ipso? In capite oculum ab oculo?

Ab ore nares? Next, Patrizi moves on to describe what sort of a thing space is. This means again no separation between an ontological and an epis- Here we find for the first time in the discussion of space his geo- temological level. Patrizi, following the ancients veteres , dis- Before going on to the next question Patrizi makes an interest- tinguishes between three spaces: Obviously he breadth, represented by a surface; and depth, which together with does not use scholastic syllogisms, but rather regards what he the other two spaces they called a body.

Moreover, here Patrizi is relating himself to the humanist philosophers and to Patrizi contends, these three spaces cannot be regarded separately: This does not mean and through this connection body is formed.

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As we shall see, math- we find inside single bodies. It contains the same three spaces we do not need mathematics in order to prove the existence of length, breadth, and depth , but still it is not body. Patrizi regards also qualities as corporeal matters, through which space and its three parts are extended. While space creates Therefore a place, since it is not a body, by necessity it will be bodies, bodies or parts of them contain qualities.

The dif- breadth, and depth, through which it would gain for itself ference between bodies and qualities is that while space is essential and take hold of length, breadth, and depth of the placed body. A place notice that everything in the physical cosmos described by Patrizi then has its own space, which is other than the particular is defined according to space and according to its position in space. An spacium sit. Sed forsan non cessat alia illa.

An spacium sit aliquid? Forte enim spacium quidem fuerit, sed nihil fuerit. Hanc rem, ita discutiamus. Ens, et non ens, idemne sunt, vel non idem? Si idem, ergo aliquid et est, et non est.

Hoc autem impossibile esse, consensus philosophorum omnium declaravit, sicut et hoc aliud. Si est aliquid, ens est. Si vero non est, iam nihil est. Hoc enim e numero entium excluditur, sicut illud inter entia connumeratur. Non ergo spacium, et erit aliquid, et in entium numero; et simul non erit aliquid, et e numero entium reiectum.

Ergo spacium, et distantia, quae in homine ad pedes est; de numero entium est, et est aliquid. On this see Deitz , p. Longitudinem, sive lineam. Latitudinem, seu superficiem. Latitudinem secundum; profunditatem tertium. Ita tamen ut latitudo, considerari nequeat nisi praecedente, et coniuncta longitudine, neque profunditas per se consistere queat, nisi duae illae antecedant, et sibi coniungantur. Vel enim tota corpora intus, et extra occupant, vel partes eorum.

Hoc est, vel superficies operiunt, vel etiam penetrant profunda; atque ita per tres illas dimensiones, ac spacia, ipsae quoque protenduntur. Est ergo in iis, spacium, sed alienum. The notion of quality as presented here by Patrizi is not very common either among ancient or among medieval thinkers. Such a detailed comparison is beyond this study, but we can mention here that for Ficino, quality is regarded as one stage above corporis moles in his five-stages structure of reality, presented in the first chapter of the first book; see Ficino — , Vol.

Quid calor agit nisi calorem, frigus frigiditatem? Levitas sursum trahit solum; gravitas vero deorsum. See also Muccillo , especially pp. Et spacium tale trinum, verus est locus, aliud a locato, immobile per se, et locato corpori quaqua versum aequale.

For Sextus in the Renaissance see, e. And so, it is necessary that the whole heaven and world comes before quality. A vacuum is defined as an empty place or a space without them or declaring that they are correct or valid , through which body which contains the same three dimensions: Basically, Patrizi stresses, vacuum, space, plenum, and tence of an empty space surrounding the world which is beyond place are the same.

Also there, our phi- discussion in this case, the existence of a continuous surface of losopher claims, there is an empty space, and the authority of Aris- heaven which requires an empty space. Once again we notice that totle are not valid enough to refute it; but then, how will it be the cosmic picture described here by Patrizi is that of a geometrical possible to prove such an idea?

Sense perception cannot help us, nei- cosmos which contains bodies, lines, surfaces, places, and spaces.

Here, Patrizi suggests This ratio sensata is totally clear, and if someone still has some that we should use sound or intelligent reasons rationes sensatae. This is, in fact, another ture of reality the existence of empty space outside the world ratio sensata which shows the existence of an empty space surround- determines our epistemological instruments sound or intelligent ing the world: Thus, the Ram of the zodiac has, according to the astrolo- then it will occupy a much bigger place.

And they perceived this idea by ven as well? It is necessary that heaven as a body should have a means of thought, those who introduced this dogma, not differ- surface, upon which are the lengths and breadths of the signs of ent from that abstraction, which other natural philosophers use the zodiac which can be bigger and smaller than the Ram , and such in the thinking out of [their] doctrines.

And just as there is noth- a contiguous surface requires bigger and bigger space which is ing absurd following on these [ideas], so also on this speculation empty. If, Patrizi contends, from the beginning and the end of each of the conflagration nothing absurd follows.

It is necessary that each have seen before, in the discussion of the Ram. It is important to notice that Patrizi uses here the same formulation he used earlier with regard to space. See n. Qua plenum corpore est, esse locum. Qua vero sine corpore est, esse vacuum. Atque ideo vacuo huic necesse est, communes esse tres illas dimensiones, longitudinem, latitudinem, et profunditatem, sicuti et loco. A critical assesment of the experiments presented here by Patrizi, which are regarded as a repetition of the classical and medieval arsenal of experimental evidence rather than anything close to the seventeenth-century new scientific approach, can be found in Schmitt , VII.

Notwithstanding she is considered to see that she tells as a "natural of romantic," it is full that

And see also Deitz , p. Quibus extra coelum; locum, vacuum, corpus, motum, tempus nullum esse contendit. Neque enim negavit, spacium inane ibi esse. Sed negavit, tale vacuum esse, quod corpus caperet, et locus fieret.

Et si maxime negasset, spacium ibi esse, neque tamen rationibus id demonstrasset; nihil nobis obstasset, quin spacium ibi esse, rationibus ostendere possemus. Probemus itaque, non quidem sensu, qui illuc non pertingit, neque ullius authoritate, quam tamen aliorum veterum, Aristotelicae contraponere haberemus. One can think for example of the phrase which can be found in Proclus , Signum unum integrum sumamus. Esto Arietis. Hoc Astrologi, rerum coelestium gnari, longum esse ponunt gradus xxx, latum xij, sicuti Zodiaci signa reliqua.

Longitudo haec Arietis, est in intima coeli superficie: Cur non sit etiam hisce continuata, et correspondens in coeli eiusdem extima superficie, et suprema? Vel enim ibi superficiem coelum habet, vel non habet? Si dicatur non habere, ridiculum fiet, ut vel coelum non sit corpus, vel sit corpus, sine supeficie.

Quae si falsa sunt, necesse est, ut coelum extimam quoque superficiem habeat, et necesse est eam longam, et latam esse, vel xxx illos, et xij gradus, vel maiores, vel minores alios.

Si ergo signi in ea superficie longitudo est, et latitudo, necesse est alterumtantum, spacii illius inanis ei contiguum esse, xxx scilicet gradus longum, xij latum.

Quarum partium singulae, totidem spacii inanis illius partes sibi contiguas necessario habebunt. Veterum elegantissimi quidam Physici autumarunt, mundum hunc conflagraturum. This Stoic theory is again mentioned and related to the existence of an empty space on fol.

For a general account of Stoicism in the Renaissance see Kraye , especially pp. For the classical context see Algra , pp.

This specific argument used here by Patrizi comes, as shown in Deitz , p. On Cleomedes see, e. On Patrizi and Cleomedes see Todd Idque cogitatione compraehenderunt ii, qui hoc dogma intulerunt, non absimili ab ea abstractione, qua Physici alii in mathematum intellectione utuntur. While the spaces of mind as being moved from its place, then, this is further evidence bodies are accidental with regard to the nature of place-space, and for the existence of that empty space around it.

Things are even more confusing if we metrical point of view: It is indeed kinds of bodies-spaces. But in that [side] in which contain bodies without any resistance, it divides all bodies and [space] is separated from the world, and it is far departed from is divided by them, and it cannot damage or be damaged by it, it becomes infinite. Thus, space thing can be finite on one level, and infinite on another level.

It cannot resist them, it applies itself to them. Space geometrical cosmos and its ontological and epistemological shares with the bodies its points, lines, surfaces, and depths, and structure, there is no contradiction: The last three are contained in the world they would exist, act, [and] endure, why should it not be called mundus , which is another term used by Patrizi.

The only differ- the principle [or the beginning] of every essence, act, and ence between empty space and place-space is that place-space sets enduring of bodies? This means that, as we have already seen, of bodies? And hence, [why should space] not in like manner be empty space is both finite and infinite, while place-space is only fi- declared to be both the origin and the end of things?

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And since nite. Patrizi stresses that the fact 37 Ibid.: Patrizi here is of course taking part in the long tradition of discussions in antiquity as well as in the Middle Ages, concerning the possibility of moving the world. See, e. Sunt etiam qui rerum omnium maximum dixerunt. Hoc qui asseruit, a vero non aberravit, Thales Milesius, rationemque dicti sui optimam attulit. Interrogatus quid nam maximum esset, locus, respondit. Alia namque omnia, mundus continet; locus vero mundum ipsum.

Optime inquam respondit, si pro loco hoc maximo, inane extra mundum spacium intellexit. Posidonius vero, infinitum non esse docuit, sed tantum, quantum sufficiat ad capiendum mundi resolutionem in ignem. Finitum quidem ea parte, qua mundi extimam superficiem contingit; non quidem proprio, et naturali fine suo, sed mundi terminis. Proclus is the only one who is mentioned by Simplicius as someone who regarded place as a body. And see n. Quae res etiamsi ita sit, attamen magnam vim, erga se se implentia exercet corpora.

Ita, ut ea cuncta, nihil resistentia, eorum resistente, aut obstante nullo penetret. Et contra, in tantum viribus caret, ut a corporibus omnibus, nihil eo prorsus renitente penetretur. Dividat etiam corpora omnia: Neque enim eis repugnat, neque ab eis repugnatur, et dum illis resistere nequit, omnibus tamen sese indit.

Atque illis sua puncta, suas lineas, suas superficies, impertit et profunditates, seseque his neutiquam privans, illis largitur, ut illa sibi habeant, quae sibi retinet ipsum.


And as we shall see, these entities or sub- sources, quite original. Pat- aware of its provenance: And this empty space is the basis according to all the philosophers. The only author- ure and in time. By its nature, place, before becoming a place, that is ities mentioned here by Patrizi are many wise men who were in- becoming full of bodies, was part of the empty space.

This means spired by a divine spirit. And here again created this empty space before creating the world we inhabit. In the ontological and the epistemological level are combined: It is only at this point that Patrizi fully presents his cosmos of Patrizi is of course dealing with different aspects of this question four entities.

There are no other entities in nature besides space, since the beginning of the book, and loyal to his dialectical method place, body, and quality, he contends, determining again the hier- he will now try to present better answers, taking into account the archy between them, from the lowest quality to the highest conclusions of his previous discussions. Et cum corpora omnia finiat, cur corporum etiam finis non existimetur? Atque hinc, et principium rerum, et finis itidem esse non asseratur?

Et cum finitum, et infinitum sit, cur, et principium, et finis, finita, et infinita non dicentur? Sunt enim ipsae, quaecunque, et quotcunque sint, accidentia; corpora vero substantiae sunt, substantias autem accidentibus priores esse, nemini dubium itidem esse potest.

At si locus non nisi quatenus corpus locat, locus dicitur, sui autem natura, ante quam locus sit spacij totius pars est, spacij haec pars ante locum est. Et quia pars et totum natura simul sunt, spacium etiam universum ante locum est natura. Si item locus et vacuum idem sunt, et vacuum natura et cogitatione plenum praecedat, locus autem quatenus locus est, plenum est? Mundus itidem prior omnibus quae in eo sunt locis, corporibus, qualitatibus est. Spacium autem ante quam mundus est: Spacium ergo ibi erat ante mundi formationem.

Notice another rare Latin word, fabrefactus, which stands for the Greek. For some of these Epicurean concepts see, e. Democritea dicit perpauca mutans, sed ita, ut ea, quae corrigere vult, mihi quidem depravare videatur. Epicurus autem, in quibus sequitur Democritum, non fere labitur. At least some of the readers will be aptitude for holding or sustaining all the bodies. The only name mentioned in this context is Archytas stance or an accidental thing.

And if it is a substance it should be early fourth century BC , a Pythagorean from Tarentum who was a either incorporeal or else a body. If it is accidental then it should friend of Plato, and some followers of Aristotle, but Patrizi stresses be either quantity, or quality, or anything else of this kind.

But then he continues: But in truth [space] is a different world and its contents bodies and qualities , while space is essen- thing from the world [and] a diverse one.

What then is space and what is the difference be- be regarded only as accidental with regard to space. This requires a different way of phi- Indeed the world is a body, but space is in no way a [natural] losophizing regarding space, without using the categories. Therefore what is it? It is a hypostasis, a distance, a separation; it is an extension, a Therefore, space is a hypostatic extension which stands on its stretching out, an interval, it is an interruption and a pause.

It is not quantity.

And if it is Therefore quantity? Therefore accident? Therefore accident quantity, it is not that of the categories, but rather [a quantity before substance? And before body? Patrizi does not contradict himself while claiming It is now clear why Patrizi added to the list of terms we have here that space is not a body, since he means that it is not a sublu- just seen hypostasis and extensio; he already thought of his second nar worldly body in the Aristotelian sense.

Previously n. This phrase is another exam- context we had a similar, but not identical, set of terms: It is platonic literature in which terms like and important to notice how Patrizi tacitly brings in here the terms are most common.

Extensio may have reminded hypostasis, ectasis, and extensio, thus preparing the ground for his some readers of the Aristotelian category of quantity, and Patrizi next dialectical move in determining what space is. What we have immediately rejects this possibility. What about the Aristotelian here can be regarded as terminological rhetoric: Patrizi is placing substance? In order to avoid any identification of extensio in front of his readers a whole set of terms, some of which are hypostatica with an Aristotelian quantitas substantiva or substantia not very common in Latin,58 and contrasts them with the Aristote- quantitiva since is also translated as substantia , lian categories.

In this way he is in fact trying to create a new scien- Patrizi sharply distinguishes between space as substance, and the tific discourse, not Aristotelian in nature, and quite original, in which substance of the Aristotelian categories, using powerful rhetoric, the notion of space is at the centre. Aptitudone simplex ad capienda tantum corpora est, et aliud nihil? Notice that aptitudo is not classical, and not very common in medieval texts either.

Et si substantia est, vel incorporeum quid est, vel corpus. Quid ergo est? Hypostasis, diastema est, diastasis; ectasis est, extensio est, intervallum est, capedo est, atque intercapedo. Ergo quantitas? Ergo accidens? Ergo accidens ante substantiam? Et ante corpus? This view of Patrizi was mentioned by Sorabji as possibly influenced by Simplicius or Philoponus. See Sorabji , pp. But see the remark in Deitz , p. For Archytas see Plato, a6 ff. See also Kirk et al. Nulli mundanae rei accidit, sive ea corpus sit, sive non corpus, sive substantia, sive accidens, omnia haec antecedit; omnia illi uti accedunt, sic etiam accidunt; ita ut non solum quae in categoriis numerantur accidentia, verum etiam quae ibi est substantia, illi sunt accidentia.

Non est quantitas. And thus, space as a substance Patrizi is here rejecting the distinction between corporeal and stands by itself, it is the most substance in comparison to all other incorporeal substances. Space stands beyond this distinction. The things, it does not lean upon anything for its existence.

It offers third definition of space we have here is again inspired by Neopla- substantiality to substances and supports them so that they would tonic dialectic and rhetoric. Space as sub- Moving on to discuss the qualities of space both empty space stance conducts everything else and causes its existence while and place-space , Patrizi contends that space, while being the not being conducted by anything, and if substance is the first source of movement for anything that moves, is essentially among all beings, then space is the most substance among all immovable and empty.

It seems reasonable that the part substance of the categories, since it is not an individual sub- which is both finite and infinite should have greater powers, since stance, since it is not composed of matter and form. And it is infinity is superior to finitude. Showing substance? It is not a body, since it once both activity actio and receptivity passio and yet neither of is not resisting, nor is it opposing or struggling against [other these two.

Apparently not. Patrizi immediately adds to it an internal nor to any of the senses. And again, it is not incorporeal, since power of placing locandi and an external power of surrounding 62 Ibid.: Si substantia est, id quod per se substat, spacium maxime omnium substantia est. Substat enim per se, nulli innititur ut sit; nullius eget, quo sustineatur, sed ipsum, substantiis sustentationem praebet, easque ut sint sustentat. Si substantia est, quod per se existit, spacium omnium maxime substantia est; quia maxime omnium per se existit.

Si substantia est, quae aliis substat, spacium maxime omnium substantia est; omnibus enim substat aliis naturae rebus. Si substantia est, quae nulla aliarum rerum eget ad esse, spacium omnium maxime substantia est, nullo enim aliorum eget, ut sit; reliqua omnia, ut sint, egent spacio. Si substantia, primum omnium entium est, spacium maxime omnium substantia est. Neque enim individua substantia est, quia non est ex materia, et forma composita. Neque est genus, neque enim de speciebus, neque de singularibus praedicatur.

Neutrum, sed medium utriusque. Corpus non est, quia non est antitypos, aut resistens, aut renitens, non visui, non tactui, sensuum nulli obiicitur, aut subiicitur. Incorporeum rursus non est, quia trine dimetitur. Longitudinem, latitudinem profunditatemque, non unam, non duas, aut plures habet, sed cunctas. As shown in Deitz , p.

For the see Proclus , On Neque etiam, vel in ipso, vel extra ipsum terminus ullus est unde moveatur, aut quo moveatur. Neque pars eius ulla, hinc illuc migrat: Et duae spacij partes, altera esset in altera, et supra alteram, et locus illius quae discederet, spacio vacuus remaneret, atque ita spacium seipso vacuum esset.

Itaque nec toto, nec partibus movetur. Pars altera spacij ea est, quae mundo plena est. Altera quae mundo est vacua, extra mundum est. At totum ex his partibus conflatum, dici minime potest. Nam totum omne, partibus constat, omnibus finitis, quibus et ipsum finitum esse necessarium est.

At spacium, parte mundo plena, mundo finibus finitum, et equale est. Si in sese eas exercet, alia eius pars, iis viribus praedita, aget in aliam eius partem, quae vel easdem vires habebit, vel maiores, vel minores, vel etiam nullas? Si easdem, quomodo ab aequis viribus patietur? Aut quomodo in aequas aget? Multo minus possibile videtur, si patiens pars, maioribus sit viribus.

Haec enim potius aget in minores, quam ab his patiatur quicquam. Et alteram ab altera dissimilem fecit? Non videtur a se ipso, hanc partium dissimilitudinem, spacium illud acquisivisse.

Recipiebat quidem et illa, recipit et hunc. Receptio haec, actione est, an passio? Utraque videtur, et neutra. Neutra quidem, quia nulla ibi fuit alteratio, quae vel ab actione, vel a passione solita est provenire. Utraque autem, quia recipere, est agere, ubi autem actio, ibi et passio videtur esse necessario.

These two powers act upon the world and thus they whose power this power is, and what is its nature, of any body, and that belong to the infinite part of the empty space. Instead of the categories, sub- the power of penetrating penetrandi into all bodies; the power of stances and accidents, we have a notion of space which is a hypo- uniting uniendi itself with the particular spaces of bodies; and static extension, a minimal body, the first and only real substance the power of providing dandi these powers with a place in the which is totally dependent upon itself, but all other beings are movements of bodies.

Space exists before and beyond mentioned: Hermes, the wisest among the Egyptians, who claimed the world, only due to space does the world exist and could be that the movement in the world can be caused only by something created again in case of a Stoic conflagration.

This new notion is immovable, and the only things immovable in the world are space presented by Patrizi by way of a dialectical definition, using and earth.

Patrizi explains how space can be at once finite and infinite, Patrizi is describing a new physics in which everything in the a body without resistance which is not subjected to any of the senses world is moving due to space: Being infinite, space centre and it always remains unmoved. Also water, air, and the whole has no powers to become greater than itself, or to enlarge itself heaven belong to space.

Space is in fact and the elements, occupy from the beginning their proper parts of simpliciter the biggest among all things.

And this should be under- should be regarded only as accidental, unless it will be proved that stood of each of the two parts of space; and just as that infinite these parts of space were thus disposed from the beginning, so that this space is infinitely divisible, so the finite space is finitely divisible.

But in fact, any part of space held its peculiar bodies, so if this ing to which any quantity can be infinitely divided, and to accept a is the case, Patrizi argues, this peculiarity is necessarily placed into each contrary view.

And the question as to nition of a point: Sicuti, et illa, et hunc mundum, et locavit, et ambivit. For a general discussion of the magical and esoteric traditions in the Renaissance see Vasoli , pp. On ancient theology and perennial philosophy see, e.

Habent vim praeterea corpora mundi principalia, ut suo locentur quaeque loco, atque ordine ab eoque non dimoveantur.

Et quae aquam, coelum capere aut aerem, aut terram non valeret. Sed propria sibi corpora, unamquamque cepisse. Quod si concedatur, iam haec proprietas, a vi alia superiore, necessario cuique illarum indita est. Nunc ea, quae hasce positiones consequuntur, annectamus. Inter quae primum esto, spacium quod infinitum est, qua infinitum, nullas habet vires, ut maius fiat, aut ullam in partem sese amplificet. In omnes enim aeque fusum est, aeque scilicet quaquaversum infinitum est.

Cum autem maius se ipso fieri nequeat: Maximum enim id revera est, quo aliud maius esse nequit. Sin autem ipso maius nihil omnino est, ipsum maximum omnium est. Altero namque contrariorum posito, poni necesse est et alterum. At quidnam hoc minimum est? Contraria opinor innotescet ratione. Nam ut maxime magnum est, ita minimum est maxime parvum. Et prout maximum id est, quo maius nihil esse potest. Ita minimum illud est, quo minus esse nequit.

And this thing is what the ation into the picture suggesting that line is produced or created by ancient geometricians called a point, and we, too, shall call it point , and this production involves movement, which as we have a point.

So we cannot, according to A point is not a space and it has no dimension; on the other Patrizi, relate movement directly to point. And thus we should deter- hand, Patrizi determines that space, being contrary to point, con- mine again the relation between point and line, leaving out of this tains all dimensions.

For this reason space contains all parts while explanation concepts like principium, productio, and motus. Between these two we shall find all the other members of two points.

Just as we have seen in the case of the phys- ical space, Patrizi will now determine the relations and hierarchy This definition brings the notion of number back, since two between these members. If point is indivisible, we should first points were mentioned. This means that there are in fact actu distinguish it from other indivisible concepts like unity unitas , a two points in space, and thus, also a number or quantity.

Starting with the last two Patrizi contends that question that, according to Patrizi, should not vex later thinkers they are posterior to point: His answer is that none of movement. Time is posterior to move- ans that number one consists of two and corresponds with line; two ment, and movement comes before bodies. And before bodies we consists of three and corresponds with a surface; three consists of have yet three more stages: First dimension is just after point, which comes tween two points is a line, between three is a triangular surface, be- before everything else in the mathematical space.

We are thus led through the grades space, thus creating, on an epistemological level, a mathematical dis- of reality in nature, going from points, lines, surfaces, bodies, unity, course, so far containing time, movement, bodies, three dimensions, and numbers. Mathematics is the science connected to these con- two dimensions, one dimension, and before everything else a point, cepts, which being in that infinite space, are also infinite.

Quae et ipsa nequaquam dividi potest. Dixere veteres, mementum temporis, mementum motus, esse indivisibilia. Sunt, sed puncto sunt posteriora. Haec post binam. Bina post unam. Una vero post punctum. Verum cum essentialiter ambo idem sint; nomina, ad aliud relata, sunt sortita. Si vero principium quoque dicatur relatione rei productae, linea proxime a puncto erit producta. As si productionis nomen inducamus. Motum inducemus, quem quinto gradu distare a puncto modo dixeramus.

Non ergo motus attingit punctum. Si non motus, nec productio. Si non productio, nec principium lineae punctus erit. Quid ergo si linea a puncto non producitur, linea non erit? Erit sane, sed non producta. On principium see also nn. Et sunt in spacio duo puncta actu. Nec iam posteros quaestio illa vexet, quae veteres male torsit: Simul enim sunt. Ternarium qui secundus, respondere superficiei.

See pseudo -Boethius , pp. These ideas are ascribed to the Pythagoreans on p. Post quod si quinque punctis spacium comprendatur, si sex, si aliis pluribus, non aliud quam corpus absolvent. A conquista Js 1. Reinado de Saul 1Sm 9. Conquistas de Davi 2Sm 1.

Ben-Hadade de Damasco 1Rs Onri e Mesa 1Rs Reisner, C. Fisher, D. Lyon e J. Crowfoot, K. Kenyon e E. Queda de Damasco 2Rs Queda de Samaria 2Rs Is Ezequias e Senaqueribe 2Rs Esse texto foi publicado em Profecia de Ezequiel Ez 1.

Nabucodonosor II Cf. Jr, Eze Dn 2. Koldewey, a partir de cf. Belsazar Dn 5. Edito de Ciro Ez 1. O retorno Ez 1. O "darico" Ed 2.

Esdras— Neemias Os Papiros de Elefantina descobertos em datando de a. Xerxes a. Sinagogas Mc 1. Sepultamento de Jesus Jo Templo de Herodes Mt As pedras trazem: "Nenhum estranho pode atravessar a barricada que cerca o templo e seu recinto. Jafa fica a apenas 1 km, ao SO. Samaria Sebaste Cf. Antioquia no Orontes At

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