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And how the holy Cyril took the Synagogue of the Jews and made it a church in consequence of his controversy with the Jews. And men believed that he investigated hidden things and received weapons of war from the non-existent; 3. And Methuselah begat Lamech, and Lamech married two wives. And after Hephaestus, who was named the Sun, there reigned in Egypt his son who was named the Sun after his father's name. It was he who built the city of the Sun after his own name, and in it there were temples of. Then in the early part of the night they crossed the river with vigilance and took possession of the city and destroyed it before the army of Elkad were aware. And when they had completed the destruction of the city Eshmunin they march into upper Egypt, and laid waste the city of Assuan.

And how they dragged the heathen woman through the streets till she died. Now he was lame; (for) when going to war he fell from (his) horse and was injured and was lame all his days. The name of the one was Ada and the name of the other was Zillah. And Ada bare Qabel and after some time she bare Tobel who wielded the hammer in working brass and iron. And Tobel the son of Lamech was a brass and iron smith before the deluge; for he had received wisdom from God Praise be to Him. And they crossed to the opposite bank belonging to the city Ahif, and they destroyed Phile as they had done the other cities. And they turned back to the cities and provinces which still remained, and they ravaged them and burned them with fire till all the land of Egypt became a desert and there was no longer found in it a moving creature, neither a man nor even a bird of the air. Then Elkad king of Egypt devised another plan, he and all that had not been annihilated by the Persians.

And further concerning the building of the church of Theodosius at Alexandria and the church of the holy martyrs Cosmas and Damian and the martyrs their brethren. And there was a man named Taurus, king' of Crete, and he made an expedition against Tyre about the hour of sunset, and attacked it, and made himself master of it, and took its riches and led away captive many cities . And in that way he took Europa and made her his wife. He is the conqueror of all the elements of creation. And they worshipped the buildings of Busir and Manuf and Samnud and Sahraisht and Esna and of the Tree and of the Crocodile. And during the time of him who first reigned over the Egyptians, when they served idols and such creatures as have already been mentioned and as regards the celebrated city Absi, that is, Nakius, and its king was named Prosopis, a name which being interpreted means 'Lover of the deities with three faces'now he lived on the west bank of the river and he was continually at war with the barbarians who were named Mauritanians who came from the five countries. And when these came in wrath, the inhabitants warred vigorously against them and slew many of them. And in consequence of this happy victory, (the barbarians) did not for a long period come again against the city) through the mercy of God who by the mighty power of his Godhead hath made all things to come into being out of nothingness. And the great river of Egypt was named Chrysorroas by the Greeks but it is named Gihon in the book that is inspired by God. Now this river flowed (anciently) to the east of the city, but it changed its course from the east to the west of the city, and the city became like an island in the midst of the river like a plantation of trees named Akrejas, that is, the myrtle. And they were all pleased with this unclean mode of living. As Cecrops the author of the prescript in his law has said : 'This country of Attica will be destroyed bv a deluge from God.' 7. And in these days lived Orpheus of Thrace, the lyric poet of the Odrysae, called the great sage among the Greeks. He expounded to them that which is called the Theogony, which being interpreted in their language means 'The combatant of God', which things are recounted by the chronicler Timothy. He said : 'Before all time was the holy Trinity coequal in one Godhead, Creator of all things.' CHAPTER XXXVII. It is said that certain savants of the Athenians were the first to practise the art of medicine. Indeed the philosophers were the first who made known the noble art of using medicines which agreed with the stomach. And many people go to Athens for the sake of this art also, for it flourishes there until this day. And the idolaters wrote down this prophecy on a fragment of marble with a brazen pen, and they placed it in one of the temples. After these times in the days of the Godloving emperor Zeno, this temple was converted into a church, dedicated to the holy Virgin Mary, the Mother of God. And he captured Apries, the Pharaoh, alive in the city of Thebes and he slew him with his own hand. Now there was in Egypt a warrior named Fusid who practised righteousness and hated iniquity.

And concerning the burning by fire of the city of Antioch by the command of the emperor : and the reproof which was sent to him by the holy monk of the desert of Asqto on this matter and the grief of the emperor regarding it. And Cilix the third took his territory and Cilicia after his own name. For Taurus having made a night expedition by sea returned to his own country, Crete, named it Gortyna after the name of his mother. And they gave divine honours to the building of many cities and likewise to the storm. And after this time they became wise and conformed to the law of marriage, the men and the women. And Cecrops was highly honoured and esteemed all his days, and he brought it about that the children knew their fathers, as was befitting. When there was war between the Persians and Egyptians, he had gone and fought in Syria and Assyria and he had taken four sons of Cambyses prisoner as well as his wivesin all forty souls. And he bound them and burnt their houses and took all that they had captive and brought them to the city of Memphis and he imprisoned them in the palace of the king. And when a second war arose between the Assyrians and Egyptians, the Assyrians proved the stronger and gained the mastery over the Egyptians and took the palace which is in the city of Thebes. And the Assyrian soldiers shot arrows, and, as they shot, an arrow smote the warrior Fusid on the right side.

And concerning the Council which the emperor convoked in Constantinople : concerning the strengthening of the Churches. His father was Waika, who, seeing that his son would have commerce with his mother, commanded his soldiers to suspend him on a tree of which they had cloven the branches in order that the feet of him that was suspended might be made fast in it. And for this reason they are called Hebrews and their language Hebrew. And Petissonius inscribed this oracle on a tablet and placed it in the temple of the gods near the water-measure whereby they learn the volume of the Nile. We should recount that, when the temple was already destroyed: this tablet was the only one in Egypt that was still unbroken till the foundations of the idol temples were overthrown, and it was no longer possible for any one to maintain the temple of Memphis. It was only through the power of our Lord Jesus Christ that all the temples were destroyed. Now this mad Petissonius, that is, the Pharaoh Amosius, was overwhelmed in the Red Sea together with his horses and horsemen. And when, after the children of Israel had gone forth from Egypt, he learnt that they had taken (with them) the riches of the Egyptians a thing they had done with the approval of God and in accordance with His law; for the children of Israel had taken the riches of the Egyptians in compensation for the heavy labours which had been imposed upon them without intermission Pharaoh was filled with indignation. Thereupon he went forth in pursuit of them with his army. And in the days of the wise kings David and Solomon, David prepared all the building materials for the building of the holy temple of God, and Solomon built it in Jerusalem. And he called it the city of the sanctuary on account of the consecration and the sacrifices according to the law and the abundance of righteousness and because our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ praise be unto Himunderwent the passion there. And in the days of the Judges, there was a judge of the Greeks named Pano&pthj, who was so named in regard to the hundred piercing eyes with which he beheld afar and saw better than all men. Prometheus and Epimetheus discovered a stone tablet with an inscription which had been written and engraved in the days of the ancients. And who could have known, seeing that none of them had fathers and all whom they bare were begotten by all. And God was wroth with him and punished him and he became insane and cast himself into the river and perished. And they presented gifts to him who spake to them and he said unto them : 'There are three (Persons) but one God only. The Argonauts sailed to the Hellespont to an island named Principus. Thence they went to Chalcedon and sought to pass into the sea of Pontus. But the inhabitants brought with them a man of valour and fought with them. And thereupon he fell asleep and heard in a vision that the image was the image of S. And after that Christians began to build churches in the name of S. Afterwards the (two) empires were united in one by a decree of the Senate. For one (of these) had been established on account of the continual outbreaks of the barbarians, and the other in accordance with the counsel of the prefects in order that they might have another authority in Asia. And he divided the provinces of his kingdom into two parts, one half for himself and the other half for his sons. And when he died, one province was named Achaia after the name of his eldest son, and the other was named Laconia after the name of the younger son (and such are their names) unto this day. And he built a city and they named it Peloponnesus after his name. And his disposition resembled that of a barbarian, and in the evil counsel of his desire he hated mankind. And his father Cyrus had been great and honoured before the living God, and had commanded that they should build the temple of God in Jerusalem with (all) vigilance and zeal, what time he had sent Joshua the high priest, the son of Jozadak and Zerubbabel, that is Ezra, and all the captivity of Judah that they might return to the land of the Hebrews and Palestine. But Cambyses, that is, Nebuchadnezzar the second, and Belshazzar burnt the holy city Jerusalem and the sanctuary according to the prophecies of the holy prophets Jeremiah and Daniel. And after they had burnt the city Cambyses came to Gaza and got together troops and all the materials of war, and he went down into Egypt to war against it.

And the plundering of all the treasures of the palace. pyramids) in the city of Memphis and made the Egyptians worship the Sun. And he paid the builders 16,000 talents of silver besides leeks and vegetables; for so it was found written in the inscriptions in the Egyptian language, which were engraved on a stone wall and made known these facts to such as read (them). And he paid away all the taxes and exhausted the royal treasuries owing to the multitude of buildersand yet to no good purpose. For when he fell into great poverty and want he was sore troubled: he had a daughter of beautiful form (who) was stirred up by the practices and foul seductions of Satan, and he placed her in the quarter of the debauchees : and she dwelt there in obscurity and sorrow and became a prostitute. And such as wished to lie with her had to carry one of the great stones and add it to the structure. And the stone so carried measured, it is said, not less than thirty feet, i. And the four sons of Cambyses the inhabitants of the city of Memphis led back, and they made them ascend to the summit of the fortress and cut them in pieces and cast them to the base of the fortress where Cambyses was. And when the soldiers of Cambyses saw this evil thing which the inhabitants of the city of Memphis had done, they were filled with wrath and warred against the city without mercy. And they set up engines against it and destroyed the palaces of the kings, and they slew without mercy the children of the kings Muzab and Sufir and all the chiefs of the army which were found in the city. And when (Elkad) was informed of the death of his father, he fled into Nubia.

And further how Honorius quitted Rome and went to Constantinople and became the colleague of the emperor Theodosius the younger, the son of his brother Arcadius, till the day of his death. Cheops) closed the temples of the gods and the other idols which the Egyptians worshipped : and they sacrificed to demons. And Cambyses also destroyed the city of On and upper Egypt as far as the city Eshmun.

And further concerning the empress Eudocia, the consort of the emperor Theodosius the younger her family, and how the emperor made an alliance with her and took her to wife. John Chrysostom in the diptychs, after he had gone to our Lord. In the writings of the Egyptian sages 'Abratus There are three supreme powers that have created all things, (but only) one divinity.' 2. And Sesostris, who ruled over all the land of Egypt and the adjoining countries, was the first to levy taxes and to measure the land. And after him Sabacon, king of India, reigned over the country of Egypt fifty years. And he was a lover of his kind and was averse to shedding blood unjustly. And when they had been long engaged in these forced labours, the waters of the river retired from the land, and (the inhabitants) made their towns higher through fear of being inundated by the waters. And previously indeed in the days of Sesostris there had been inundations before that they had dug channels in the land for the river. And the inhabitants of this city on learning (of his approach) were seized with fear and fled into the city of Eshmunin. And they sent to Nubia to Elkad the son of Miizab, asking him to come unto them that they might make him king in the room of his father.

And concerning the reign of the emperor Zenon over the imperial city of Constantinople, and the banishment of Basiliscus for life, and the death which was inflicted on the judges because of their negligence in the administration of justice. And they lived in captivity in Persia forty years, and Egypt became a desert. And after devastating Egypt, Cambyses died in the city of Damascus.

And concerning the reign of Zenon and his command that the letter should be read in every place. And the wise (and) great Artaxerxes reigned eight years, and he was not wanting in love either to God or man. And he commanded Nehemiah the cupbearer to build the walls of Jerusalem, and he dealt kindly with the Jews, because Cyrus and Darius had honoured the God of heaven, and served Him. And Herod also built a city in Palestine and named it Caesarea in honour of the emperor.

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