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Sect. V. Of the taking of Troy, the wooden horse, the book of
Sect. II. Of the election of Saul.
with the Philistines and Amalekites, which caused his final re-
Sect. VI. Of such as lived with Samuel and Saul; of Hellen and
Hercules, and of their issues : upon occasion of the Dores,
Sect. I. Of David's estate in the time of Saul.
of Jerusalem, with two overthrows given to the Philistines, and
Sect. VII. Of David's troubles in his reign, and of his forces. 512
Of Jehoram the son of Jehoshaphat, and Abaziah.
king Jehoshaphat to change his purpose often, in making his
the rebellion of Edom and Libna.
Sect. VI. A digression, wherein is maintained the liberty of using
Of Joash and Amasia, with their contemporaries; where some-
what of the building of Carthage.
Sect. IV. How Zacharia was murdered by Joash.
Sect. VI. Of the princes living in the time of Joash; of the time
Sect. I. The prosperity of Uzziah, and of Jeroboam the second,
who reigned with him in Israel. Of the anarchy that was in
Of the antiquities of Italy, and foundation of Rome in the time
Of Ezekias and his contemporaries.
Sect. II. Of the danger and deliverance of Judæa from Senna-
Of the kings that reigned in Egypt, between the deliverance of
Israel from thence and the reign of Ezekias in Juda, when
Egypt and Juda made a league against the Assyrians.
are like to have belonged only to viceroys. An example proving
this out of William of Tyre's History of the Holy War. 729
eighth from Osymandyas. Of Osymandyas and his tomb. 735
sundry authors, their times being not recorded. The kings of
Egypt, according to Cedrenus. Of Vaphres and Sesac. 742
cited by Herodotus and Diodorus Siculus, which reigned be-