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Codices, 120, 121
Cold, 179, 180
Columbus, 164
Colour symbolism, 386
“Come, 202, 203, 204, 206 (see

"Epxeo fai); up, 259; Spirit says,
Come, to, 130, 260, 381, 399
Coming of Christ, 127, 129, 130, 163,

176, 183, 399
Commandments of God, 276, 300
Commentaries, 120
Communion of Saints, 198, 224, 225,
Composition, 117, 137, 215, 223, 249,

267, 400
Concordances, 113, 126, 152, 154 f.,

221, 241, 242, 244, 256, 271, 280, 284,
285, 291, 293, 295, 296, 301, 306, 307,
308, 312, 317, 319, 322, 326, 329 f.,
338, 342, 347, 348, 352 f., 355, 357,

359, 362, 366, 379 f., 390, 392 ff.
Confess, to, 169
Conqueror, the, 196, 202, 207, 352, 356
Constantine : Antimontanist, 40 ;

reign, 76; monotheist, 77; Con-

stantinople, 81
Constantinople Council, 43; new

Rome, 76, 81, 152; plague, 311
Continuity, 309, 348
Corinth, 22, 66, 67
Corrupters, 264, 347
Councils: Jerusalem, 6, 143; Laodi-

cea, 40, 109; Carthage, 42; Con-
stantinople, 43 ; Nicæa, 81; Chalce-
don, 81; Ecumenic, 81; Trent,

157, 167
Court, 251
Covenant, 148
Coyne, R., 121
Cowards, 148, 381
Craftsmen, 345
Crassus, 9
Creator, 247
Crown of life, 147; victory, 176, 189,

193; gift of, 202 ; locusts, 236; of

stars, 267; golden, 301
Crown of Tiridates, 9
Crozier, 162
Crucifixion, 129, 198, 200
Crying, 379
Cry out, 343
Cryptograph, 13, 23, 31, 39, 113, 120,

126, 137, 151, 236; like a parable,

284
Crystal, 191, 382; clear, 389
Cube, 384
Cubits, 385
Cup, 322; golden, 325; the harlot's,

337
Curse: Christ, 68; 110, 390
Cypher, the, 13, 23, 92, 113

Cyprian, S., 28; banishment, 73
Cyril, 40
Daniel : Influence on Revelation,

113; sealed book, 114; vision, 134;
“the abomination," 253; prophecy,

394
Darkness, 210, 231, 233, 316
Date of Book, 14, 17, 27 ff., 36, 43, 59;

higher critics, 83; theory, 86 f.;

tradition, 89 f., 115, 226
David, children of, 64; key of, 170;

root of, 172, 196, 397
Day, 97; “ten," 147, 150, 222; last
days, 185, 306; for the, 240; "days
1,260," 252, 270; three and a half,
257, 258; and night, 299, 371, 388;

great, 215, 319, 352; one, 338
De Rossi, 71
Deaconesses, 69
Dead, 165; "was dead and liveth,"

136, 145; rest of, 366; before the

throne, 373
“Death," 136, 147, 148, 160, 206;

urto death, 147; preferred to life,
235; a plague, 338; second, 148,
367, 375, 381; gave up dead, 374;
cast into hell, 375; no more,

379
Deceived. See IIlava
Decius, 72, 73, 148, 212
Defiled, 168, 389
Deissmann, 290
Delicacies, 335; lived in, 338
Demetrius, 141
Demons, 318
Denarius, 205
Dens, 213
Deny, to, 150
“Depths of Satan," 162
Desert, 274, 325
Deserve, 314
“ Design” (one), 331
Desolate, 343
Destroy, to, 264
Devil, the, 147 ; worship, 243, 269,

272, 273; spirits, 319, 335, 362; cast

into hell, 371
Devour: Book, 249; enemies, 255; by

fire, 370
Diadems, 278; many, 353
Alakovíay, 157
Die, ready to, 167; in the Lord, 300
Diocletian, 75, 214, 291, 317.
Dion Cassius, 48; on Domitian, 60,

61 f., 64; on the Cæsars, 72, 93;

Nero and Tiridates, 53
Dionysius of Alexandria, 30 ff.; ban-

ishment, 73; polemic, 88; heat

plague, 315; blasphemy, 315
“ Divinity," 200

Divorce, 176
Do it not, 351, 394
Doctrine, 152, 162
Dogmatic teaching, 83
Dogs, 396
Dominion, 334
Domitian : Alarm of persecution, 22;

title, 29; biography, 59 ff.; build-

ings, 62; martyrs, 71, 86; Asia, 148
Domitilla, 61; cemetery, 71
“Done, It is,” 321, 380
Door, open, 74, 172; shut, 172; in
heaven, 187 ; knocking at and

opening, 183
"Double ye,” 337, 357
Doxology of God, 192, 193; of the

Lamb, 200; conjoint, 200, 220; of

God, 221
Dragon, the, 269; fought, 271 ; cast

to earth, 274, 275; angry, 276;
throne power, 279 ; adored, 281;
spoke as, 285 ; strength, 289 ;

mouth, 318, 362
Drama, vii, viii, 116, 201, 264, 267,

365, 366, 376; stage, 377391
Drunk, 297, 299, 324; with blood,

326; wine of wrath, 335
Dust, 343
Dwelling with God, 378
“Eagle flying,” 191, 232; wings, 274
Ear to hear, 144, 148, 154, 165, 170,

178, 184
Earth, Prince of the kings of, 128,

129; temptation, 175; "no man,"
195; reign over, 199; every crea-
ture, 200; four parts of, 206, 215,
368; kings of, 213; hurt not, 216;
to strike, 255; burnt up, 225, 226;
woe to, 273; helped the woman,
275; admiration, 280; non-Chris-
tians, 281 ; symbolism, 285 ff. ;
“dwellers," see KaTOLKOûvtas kr.1.;
harvest, 301; reaped, 302; vineyard,
303; vials poured, 310; illuminated,
334; merchants, 335; corrupted,
347; breadth, 370; fled, 373; new,

377; gone, 377
Earthquake, 210, 225, 262, 265, 321
Eat, to, idol offerings, 143, 158, 152;

tree of life, 144; flesh, 332, 357
Ecclesia docens, 157, 211, 276
Ecstasy, 132; exhausting, 136; separ-

ate, 137; incapacitating, 188, 382
“Egypt,” 256, 311, 312
ElowXboura, 153, 158
“Elect, the,” 7, 294, 331, 399
Eleutherius, Pope, 86
Elias, 28, 143, 252, 255, 393
Emerald, 188, 386
Empires : Chaldean, Persian, Greek,

Roman, go, 245

End, the, 130, 176, 380, 396
'Evdów, 133
'Evduunois, 385
Enemies, 259
England, 171
Enter heaven, 396
Epaphroditas, 53, 61, 63
“Ephesians," S. Paul to, 108, 144
Ephesus: Bishops, 9; palatial city,
*10; ruined and rebuilt, 21; Cæsar
worship, 48; evangelized, 104 f.;

Letter, 139 f.; merchandise, 340
Ephod, 386
Ephrem, Syr., 21, 41
Epilogue, 392
Epiphanius : On the Alogi, 27; on

Thyatira, 41; on Pella, 57'; on
Claudius, 41, 89, 124; on Nicolaus,

142
"Epxeodai, 127, 130
Eschatology, 82, 179, 183, 185, 254,

370, 372, 376, 393, 400
'Eohuavev, 124, 131
Esoteric system, 90, 108, 113, 120,

126, 144, 155, 192, 201, 220, 221, 230,
237, 240, 242, 244, 249, 256, 271, 274,
280, 298, 306, 307, 308, 312, 315, 316,

327, 347, 362
Eternity, for ever and ever, 128, 136,

193, 200, 263, 299, 309, 348 ; tor-

ments, 371 ; heaven, 391
"Evos, 163, 198, 219, 251, 257, 283, 296,

307, 322, 332, 335, 345, 355, 363, 368,

388, 389, 390
Eixapotia, 193, 201, 221
Eumenia, 185
Euphrates, 8, 78, 240 f., 317
Eusebius : Election of Simeon, 9;

Apocalypse, 32 f., 89; history, 40 ;
Bible, 40; S. Peter, 49; on Irenæus,
85; tenth persecution, 75. 213, 214;
conversion of Constantine, 75; on
Polycarp, 146, 291; on apostasy,
212; state of the Church, 214; "the
abomination," 253 ; on Laodicea,
184; the mark of the Beast, 290;
his canticle, 307; plagues, 311
Eutyches, 82, 106
Evangelists, 192
Evil men, 140
Ewald, 92
Exegesis, I, 23, 27 f., 43 f., 85, 366,

369, 399
Eyes, every, 129, 134, 155 ; anoint,

181, 192, 197 ; as flame, 353; wiped,
379

Face, 191; locusts, 236; angel, 245 ;

serpent, 274; of God, 391
Fail, to, 141
Fairbairn, Professor, 286

Four: Symbolism, 116, 201 ; living

creatures, 191 f.; Evangelists, 192;
parts of earth, 206; Angels, 215;
winds, 215; corners of earth, 215;

square, 384
Four and twenty, 189, 263
France, 371
Frankincense, 340
Franks, 78, 331, 358
Freely, 380, 398
Freemen, 213, 290, 357
Friars Minor, 44
Frog-like, 318
Fruits, first, 295; of desire, 341;

twelve, 390
Full, 167
Furlongs, 304, 305, 384

Fat, 341

Faith, 150, 157, 285; of Jesus, 300
Faithful, 128, 178, 331, 352, 379, 392
Fall upon us, 214; fallen, 142, 297
False Apostles, 140
False Prophet, the, 285; his occupa-

tion, 287; Cæsar worship, 289;
mouth, 318; cast down, 359; tor-

mented, 371
False prophets, 17, 19, 140
Father, the, God, 128, 164, 169, 293
Famine : Jews, 56; symbols, 206 ;

Rome, 78, 80, 338
Farrar, Dr. F., 260
Fearful, 381
Fear of God, 179, 214; great, 259.

262; them that, 264; the Lord,

296, 307; of torments, 339, 348
Fear not, 136, 147
Feed, 270
Feet, 135; like brass, 155; fell at His,

136; angel, 245; stood upon, 259;

bear's, 279
Felix, 10, 12
Festus, 10, 12, 105
Find no more, 341
Fiddes, Professor, 48
Fight, to, 153, 352
Fig-tree, 212
Filthy, 395
Fire, 181, 225, 226, 227; flame of,

134, 155; a symbol, 230, 371; of
mouth, 241, 242, 255; from heaven,
288, 370; torment, 299, 303, 381;
in sea of glass, 306; heat, 314, 332,
338
First and Last, the, 136, 145, 396
First charity, 7, 140; begotten of the

dead, 128; fruits, 295; resurrec-

tion, 366, 367; works, 141
Fisher, Ven. J., 369
Fitzpatrick, T., 13
Five fallen, 329
Flavian line, 59
Flavius Clemens, 61, 67, 71
Flesh of Kings, etc., 357, 359
Florus, Gessius, 12
Flour, 340
Forehead: Sign, 216, 234, 250, 290, 291,

293; a name, 326, 391; mark,

364
Forgiveness of sins. See Metavośw,

"to repent.”
Former things, 379
Fornication, 152, 158, 244, 295; wine

of, 297, 298, 324, 325; symbolism,

326, 335, 338
Found no more, 344, 373 ; "not" in

book, 375
Foundations, 383, 386
Fountains of waters, 229, 312; of life,

223, 380

Galba, 53, 58, 329
Galerius, 75
Galilee, I, 2
Gallienus, 74, 311
Gardner, Professor, 369
Garments, 134, 168, 169, 181, 189, 308,

320, 353
Gasquet, Abbot, 161
Gates, 382, 383, 384, 387, 388, 396
Gather

armies, 319, 320, 368
Gelasius, Pope, 43
In, 204, 208, 216
Gematria, 15, 45, 92 f., 292
Genseric, 79, 313, 316, 332, 333
Gentiles: Bishops, 23; meaning, 164,

355, 363, 368; at Jerusalem, 251;
cities, 322; strike the, 355; heaven,

388, 389 (see "Eovos)
Gibbon: On the cause of Nero's per.

secution, 50; dispersal of Temple
treasures, 58; Rome's alliances
with barbarian kings, 8o; on
Pliny's letter to Trajan, 69; battle
plan of Roman army, 238; famine,
78; end of Empire, 80; Roman
pestilences, 311; Persian wars, 317;
pillage of Rome, 332; eunuchs,
340; battle of Chalons, 358
Gifts, 144, 147, 154, 163, 183, 258, 364
Girdle, 134
Gischala, John, 54 f., 205, 231, 235
Given power by God, 123, 204, 206,

234, 252, 289; honour to God, 296;
to do God's will, 333 ; kingdoms,
333; waters of life, 380
Glabrio Acilius, 60, 67, 71
Glad, 349
Glass, 191; sea, 306; clear, 385,

387
Glorified herself, 338
Glory to God, 128, 193, 200, 221, 262,

315, 347, 349, 382, 387; angel, 334;
of kings, 388; nations, 389

God: Revealer, 123; the Father, 164, Hastings' Dictionary of Bible, 92, 280,

169; symbolised, 188; praises, 192; 1 385
Almighty, 130; adoration, 193, 263: | Hate, to, 143
doxology, 193, 200, 221 ; will, 193; Have, to, 163
Creator of all things, 193, 247, 296; Haydock, Rev. G. L., 121
living, 193, 216; Avenger, 208; sal Head, 90, 134; wounded, 91; of
vation, 220 ; world, control, 254; ancients, 189; seven-horned, 269.
eternal, 136, 193, 247; angels, 224; 278, 325, 327, 328; blasphemy, 278;
throne, 222, 389; serve, 222; Tem. du-t on, 343; crowned, 353
ple, 222, 250, 265, 387; Spirit of life, Healing, 390
259; "of heaven," 262; reign, 264, Healy, Rev. P., 72
367, 391; smoke of majesty, 309; Hear, to, 126, 132, 167; heard no
of heaven, 316; mover of hearts, more, 345; S. John, 393; he that,
333; strong, 338 ; judges, 344 ; 398, 399
learers, 348; "our," 348; words, Heart," 160, 333; speech, 338
350; priests, 367; from, 378, 382; Heat, 222, 314; scorching, 315
people, 378; of " he that over Heaven : Symbolism, 177, 183, 187,
comes,” 380; glory, 382, 387; 195, 222; from, 229, 232, 245; silence

Light, 391; Spirit of prophets, 392 in, 223; dwellers, 273 ; "taber-
Godless, 62

nacle, ” 265, 301, 302; sins reached,
Gods, heathen, 47 f., 243

337; rejoice, 344 ; new, 377
Gog, 133, 368, 369

Heavens rolled up, 212; midst, 296;
Gold, 134; gilt, 325, 340, 341; reed, opened, 352; fled, 373; gone, 377;
384; pure, 385, 387

out of, 382
Gospel, eternal, 296

Hebraicisms, 35, 39, 128, 130, 154, 238,
Goterzes, 94, 356

272, 273, 294, 299, 301, 302, 373.
Goths, 73, 75, 78, 79, 80, 358

Hebrews, 119, 142, 217, 219; saints,
Grace to you, 127, 400

272; study, 293 ; Christians, 294;
Grapes, ripe, 303

Armagedon, 320; servants, 397
Grass, 226, 227, 234

Hecker, Professor, 161
Greek language, 5; writing, 35, 37, Hegesippus, 64

120 ; version, 120; drama, 116; Helena, S., 57
esoteric use, 119 f.

Hellenism, 120
Greek Church, 81, 106, 148

Hell. See Hades
Green thing," 234

Helmets, 236
rpnryopeiv, 168

Helvidius, 60, 68
Gregory II., Pope. 121

Henry VIII., 368
Gregory of Naz., 41; baptism, 218 Heraldry, 356
Grotius, 48, 96

Hereafter, 136, 239. See meta' Taura
Gwynn, Dr., 27, 40, 121

Heresies, 81, 82, 106, 150, 153, 233
Hermeneutics, 113

Herod, 10, 49, 151, 270, 274
Hades, 136, 195, 207, 233; gave up Herodotus, 385
dead, 374; cast into pool of fire, Heruli, 79, 331, 358
375

He that sat, 188, 194, 197, 200, 202,
Hadrian, 56, 57

204, 214, 222. See “ Sit”
Hail, 226, 265; great, 323; symbolism,
323

Hierapolis, tot
Hair, 134; sackcloth of, 210; as of High Priests, 134, 205, 231
women, 237

Hilary, 42
Hammond, Dr., 45

Hin, 206
Hand of God, 134, 136, 139, 197

Hindoos, 9
Handmade idols, 243 ; hand, mark Hippolytus, 1, 28
in, 290, 298, 364

History, 82, 117 f., 155, 239, 330, 333,
Harlot, the, 323, 332; harlotry, 324; 359, 363, 368
made naked, etc., 332; the great, Hold, to, 116, 150, 163, 362
347

Holy and True, 170, 192; holy, 307,
Harnack, Dr., 46, 67, 84

313, 395
Harps, 198; of God, 306

Holy Ghost. See Spirit, Holy
Harts, 160

Holzhauser, 45; exegesis, 96, 100;
Haruspices, 319

names of churches, 100; on Per-
Harvest, 301

gamos, 153; Thyatira, 158; Sardis,

Hid, 213.

166; his ordination, 167; Phila- *IxBús, 14
delphia, 171; Laodicea, 181; pre Ivory, 340
diction, 171
Homogeneous, 223

Jacinth, 386
Honey, 249

Jacobites, 41, 106
Honour, 193, 200, 221, 296, 388, 389 James, S., I, 2
Horace, 47, 329

James the Just, 7, 9
Horns, 149, 197, 269; crowned, 278; Jasper, 188, 382, 385, 386

horned sheep, 285; ten, 269, 278, Jericho, 224
325, 327; ten kings, 330; hate the Jerone, S., 17; Bible, 42, 280; S.
harlot, 332; desolate her, 332

John's death, 20; and exile, 89;
Horses, white, 94, 202, 352, 354, 359; Clement of Alexandria, 88; Beth-

red, 204; black, 204, 312; pale, 206; lehem, 336
four, 216; cavalry, 236; running, Jerusalem: Civil war, population, 55,
237; numbers, 241; a vision, 241, 257, 262; famine, 56; fall, 56; re-
heads, 241, 243; tails, 243; bridles, occupation, 56; interdiction, 57 ;
304; trade, 340; flesh, 357

Christians remained, 57; end, 253;
Hort, Dr., 46, 92, 121

torments, 235
Hot, 179, 180

Jerusalem, New, 177, 378, 382
Ilour of temptation, 167, 175; half, Jesus Christ : Holy and True, 91;

223 ; for the, 240; that, 262; of His Revelation, 123 ; testimony,
judgment, 296; to reap, 301 f.; one, 125, 130, 276, 351, 364; witness, 128,
330, 339, 342, 343

178; death, 128; Resurrection, 136,
" How long, O Lord ?” 12, 86, 90, 208, 198; living for ever, 136; the Keys,
225, 365, 366

136; the Son, 164, 167, 169, 177;
Hundred and forty-four, 385

beginning of creation, 178; over-
Hunger, 222

came, 183; enthroned with the
Huns, 79, 80, 153, 331, 358

Father, 183, 270; the Lamb, 197
Hurt, 148, 234, 238, 243, 255; hurteth, (see the Lamb); Redeemer, 128, 198;
395

doxology, 200; Kingdom, 263, 272;
Husband of bride, 378

nativity, 270; martyrs of, 326; 1,
Hyacinth, 241

397; wrote, 398; come, 399; our

Lord, 400. See Christ

Jesus, son of Gamala, 260
Idolatry, 47, 143, 243, 281, 287, 288, Jews: Hatred of Christianity, 3, 146;
289, 324, 335, 381

rites, 4; Roman, 48, 50; privileges,
Idols, 47; gold, silver, etc., 243; 49; expulsion, 49; revolts, 46, 72;
sacrifices, 158; serve, 396

customs, 62, 357 ; tribute, 48, 62,
Ignatius of Antioch, 24, 97

116; oppressed, 59, 63; uncon-
Ignatius of Loyola, 164

verted, 129, 173; false, 4, 146, 174;
Image, make, 289 ; speak, 289; religion, 47, 61; dispersal, 56, 57;
adored, 289, 311; not, 364

punishments, 226 ff. ; woes, 247
Immaculate Conception, 171

Jezabel, 158
Impeccability, 159

Joachim of Flora, 44
Imprimatur, viii

John the Baptist, 1, 124, 144, 324, 351,
Incense, 224, 225

397
Indifferentism, 177, 180

John the Evangelist: Name, 1, 31 ff.,
Infallibility, papal, 171

34, 35, 123, 127, 130, 393; tribe, 2;
Informers, 60, 62, 68

age, 2, 17, 87; rank, 2, 3, 4, 7, 12,
Innocent, Pope, 42, 336

123; priest, 128; imprisonment, 5,
Interludes, 111, 215, 239

6; scourging, 6, 130; Jewish feel-
Iron, 340

ing, 4, 5, 12; mission to Jews, 7;
Irenæus: On Cerinthus, 18; mil to Parthia, 8, 356, 385, 387; travels,

lenarian, 24; death of S. John, 9, 203 ; election of Simeon, 9:
20; Antichrist, 26; exegesis, 26; Ephesus, 9 f.; exile to Patmos,
opinions, 84, 86; on the Beast, 85; 12 f., 86, 130; cause of exile, 11, 12,
Domitian, 95; Nicolaites, 143

86, 130, 141; Greek, 3, 5, 37, 88;
Ireland persecuted, 170

Greek title, 21; prophet, 2, 12, 103,
Islands, 130, 2'12 : fled, 322

115, 131, 185, 248, 250, 392; Hebrai-
Israel, 152; children of, 382

cisms, 39, 92; ecstasies, 98, 131,
Itala, 121

136, 382; knowledge, 118, 136, 247;
Italy, 371

composition, 116, 135, 187, 192, 249,

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