ft1416 “Odium in adversarios retorquet,” retorts upon his adversaries their hatred.
ft1417 “Tutum. . . non esse,” it was not safe.
ft1418 “Strenuus,” active. his innocence.
ft1419 “Perverterent ejus innocentiam,”
ft1420 “Jam praecesserat,” had already been committed.
ft1421 “Quae alioqui pessum ibant,” which were otherwise becoming worse.
ft1422 “Seditionem . . . concitaverit,” stirred up sedition.
ft1423 “Tumultusos illos sicarios qui se etiam plausibili nomine vociferabant zelotas,” those tumultuary assassins who, assuming a specious name, boasted of being zelotae, (zealous)
ft1424 “Quae factio circiter illud tempus emerserit; imo ex Josephi historia colligitur jamtunc fuisse grassatos,” about this time that faction had broken out, nay, it appears from Josephus that it had even then made considerable progress, omitted.
ft1425 “Crimen velut ex trivio aereptum,” some charge, picked up, as it were, in the streets.
ft1426 “AEqua,” just, equitable.
ft1427 “Nec se ad probandum offerre nisi suo arbitrio,” and that they do not offer proof unless he decide that it shall be taken.
ft1428 “Ampullis,” bombast.
ft1429 “Propter inscitiam,” through ignorance, omitted.
ft1430 “Composite” calmly.
ft1431 “Omne tempii discrimen,” all distinction or temple.
ft1432 “Turmatim,” in crowds.
ft1433 “Delatus fuerat tanquam,” was charged with being.
ft1434 “Sola malevolentia impelli,” were instigated by sheer malevolence.
ft1435 “Gentiles,” the Gentile.
ft1436 “Adventitiis,” adventitious.
ft1437 “Orthodoxae,” orthodox.
ft1438 “Carnis sensu,” from carnal sense.
ft1439 “Praecedit,” take precedence
ft1440 “Ejus anctoritas,” its authority
ft1441 “Promiscue,” promiscuously.
ft1442 “Ad coarguendos” to convict.
ft1443 “Respicit,” has repect to.
ft1444 “Et proprius quasi manu conserta congressos esse,” and came, as it were, to close quarters.
ft1445 “Magis remissa . . . tractatio,” mere indulgent treatment.
ft1446 “Tale praejudicium tulit,” did so favourably prejudge it.
ft1447 “Officio defungi,” to do offices of kindness to him.
ft1448 “Vel ut se subtraheret a curcis molestia,” or that he might escape from bearing the cross
ft1449 “Non submisse agit,” he does not act crouchingly.
ft1450 “Liberationes redimendae,” of purchasing deliverance.