This internet edition differs from the original in these ways:
1. I have not reproduced the Greek and Hebrew words. Most of them are translated in the
books, but where the meaning is not clear, I have either skipped the sentence or put
ellipsis (...) marks in the place of the disputed passage.
2. I have not reproduced any footnotes. I am laboring under the impression that the
reader does not have access to a Talmud. For a brief overview of Jewish writings see Outline of Ancient Jewish Theological
Literature from Sketches of Jewish Social Life by Alfred Edersheim on this
3. All passages of Scripture in bold type are not in the original. I am adding the KJV
verses as I find it difficult to follow otherwise.
4. In some instances, I have added links to further clarify an area. These are not in
the original and will be placed between brackets in blockquote format.
A Commentary on the New Testament
From the Talmud and Hebraica
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A Chorographical Century
[chorography: the art of describing or mapping a region or district.
Webster's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary]
A Few Chorographical Notes
upon the places mentioned in St. Luke.
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The Temple: Its Ministry and
Services by Alfred Edersheim
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