150 In the Codex Baroccian. 206. This is found also, alon with the former piece, On the Twelve Apostles, in two codices of the Coislinian or Seguierian Library, as Montfaucon states in his recension of the Greek manuscripts of that library. He mentions also a third codex of Hippolytus, On the Twelve Apostles. (Probably spurious, but yet antique.]

151 adelfoqeoj.

152 ecelqwn.

153 The text is, outoi oi B twn o tugxanontwn diaskorpisqentwn. It may be meant for, "these two of the seventy were scattered," etc.

154 John vi. 53, 66.

155 euaggelizesqai, perhaps = writeof that Gospel, as the Latin version puts it. [But St. Mark's body is said to bein Venice.]

156 Magus.

157 Rom. xvi. 14, Patrobaj.

158 In the manuscript there is a cunahere.

159 These were first published in French by Jo. Michael Wanslebius in his book Ecclesia Alexandrina Paris, 1677, p. 12; then in Latin, by Job Ludolfus, in his Commentar. ad historiam Aethiopicam, Frankfort, 1691, p. 333; and by William Whiston, in vol. iii. of his Primitive Christianity Revived, published in English at London, 1711. p. 543. He has also noted the passages in the Constitutions Apostolicae, treating the same: matters.

160 Constit. Apostol., lib. vi. ch. II, etc.

161 Lib. vii, ch. 41.

162 Lib. vii. ch. 4, 5, 10. [The service of the faithful, Missa Fidelium, not the modern Mass. See Bingham, book xv. The Missawas an innocent word for the dismissionof those not about to receive the Communion. See Guettee, Exposition, etc., p. 433.]

163 Lib. viii. ch. 17, 18, 19, 20, 23, 45.

164 Lib. viii. ch. 21, 22.

165 Lib. viii. ch. 1, 2.

166 Lib. viii. ch. 46, 32.