SAMUEL

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SAMUEL
Bulgarorum Princeps, vicit primo Basilium iMperatorem Constantinop. mox ab eodem victus et in extremam Bulgaliam reiectus, cum XV. Mill. captivorum a victore excaecata, centenariô solum unoculô relictô, sicque in patriam remissa vidisset; animi maerore contabuit, A. C. 1002. 1013. Vide Georg. Cedrenum in Hist. Zonar. tom. 1. etc.
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SAMUEL
Elcanae fil. ex Anna, iudicavit populum Israel post Heli, A M. 2878. ante Christum natum 1048. Alii habent A. M. 2940. Hunc filium mater diu sterilis, precibus a Deo impetravit, quem etiam Deo obtulit. Arcam Dei sub eo reducunt Philisthini, quam tempore Heli ceperant: iudicavit Samuel annos 11. iuxta Hebraeos, puta usque ad Saul, primum regem. Secundum alios 20. Senex cum esset factus, constituerat filios suos Ioelem et Abiam iudices in Israel, qui cum non ambularent in viis patris, sed declinarent ad avaritiam et munera, pervertentes iudicium, maiores natu Israel petierunt a Samuele regem, qui iudicaret, more gentium ceterarum. Itaque Saul a Samuele eligitur in regem, praecipiente Dominô. Obiit A. M. 2977. aetat. 77. Regiminis 20. 1. l. Reg. c. 1. 2. et 3. ad 9. usque cap. Ioseph. Iud. Antiq. l. 5. c. 15. et sequent. Creditur Auctor libri Iudicum, libri Ruthae, et ex parte 1. Regum. Torniell. Salian. etc. Latin. positus a Deo, aut nomen eius a Deo. In Samuelis l. 2. vel partes, exstant: Ambros. in l. 2. c. 11. 12. Angelomus. Antoninus. Archirota. Augustinus. Beda. Bonfrerius. Borrhai Comm. fol. 1565. Basileae. Brentius. Bugenhagii Annotationes, in 8r. Basil. 1524. Calvinus. Candidi de infante Davidis, Basil. A. C. 1608. Caussini Dissertationes, fol. Parisiis 1650. Crommius. Drusii in loca diffic. comment. in 4to. 1618. Franekerae. ERnberg. Interpretatio c. 8. l. 1. Franc. 1606. Eucherius. Filholii Regumhistoriae carmine. Gregorii M. Expositio. Gualtherus. de Hales. Helingii Periocha. Hieronymus. Hosti Historia monom. Davidis et Goliathi, Antv. 1582. Iansenius. Iansonius. Isidorus uterque. Lambertus. de Lapide. Lavateri Homiliae 10. de Nabale. Tig. 1586. Leonharti Υ῾πομνήματα, octav. Lipsiae 1614. Malvenda. Martyr. Medrasch Schemuel, Hebr. Mendoza. Moenius. Nezenii Exercitationes. Ienae 1611. Origenis Homiliae. Paulutius. Piscator. Procopius. Rabanus. Longolius. Rupertus. Sanctius, fol. Antverpiae 1624. Serarius. Stephanus. Strigelii Arg. et Scholia. in 8t. Lips. 1586. Theodoreti Quaestiones Sel. Titelmannus. Tostatus. de S. Victore Hugo et Richardus. Welleri Explicatio in lib. pr. fol. Franc. 1585. Willeti Harmonia. fol. Cantabrigiae, 1614. Wolfii Sermones. fol. 1589. Zanchii Notationes et Quaest. in 4to. Romae 1553. etc. Vide Crowaei Elenchum.
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SAMUEL
Iudaeus Marocensis, in Africa, Baptismo initiatus, scripsit popularibus suis Epistolam, de adventu Messiae, in quâ duritiei et pertinaciae illos convicit, A. C. 1070. Edita illa aliquories.

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