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" It then happened that Cestius was not conscious either how the besieged despaired of success, nor how courageous the people were for him ; and so he recalled his soldiers from the place, and by despairing of any expectation of taking it, without having... "
The Genuine Works of Flavius Josephus, the Learned and Authentic Jewish ... - Page 112
by Flavius Josephus - 1815
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The Genuine Works of Flavius Josephus, the Jewish Historian ..., Volume 4

Flavius Josephus - 1824
...recalled his soldiers from the place ; and by despairing of any expectation of taking it, without having received any disgrace, he retired from the city, without...a considerable number of both their horsemen, and their footmen. And now Cestius lay all night at the camp, which was at Scopus : and as he went off...
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The Works of Josephus--: Containing Twenty Books of the Jewish ..., Volume 2

Flavius Josephus - 1825
...recalled his soldiers from the place, and by despairing of any expectation of taking it, without having received any disgrace, he retired from the city, without...all night at the camp which was at Scopus, and as lie went off farther next day, he thereby invited the enemy to follow him, who still fell upon the...
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A Commentary on the New Testament, Volume 1

Lucius Robinson Paige - 1849
...recalled his soldiers from the place, and by despairing of any expectation of taking it, without having received any disgrace, he retired from the city, without any reason in the world." Jew. War, B. xl., ch. xix., 4, 7. And it is testified by Eusebins, that, at the time when Titus...
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The Works of Flavius Josephus ...

Flavius Josephus - 1856
...recalled his soldiers from the place, and by despairing of any expectation of taking it, witnout having received any disgrace, he retired from the city, without...when the robbers perceived this unexpected retreat of nis, they resumed iheir courage, and ran after the hinder parts of his army, and destroyed a considerable...
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Our Lord's Great Prophecy, and Its Parallels Throughout the Bible ...

Daniel Dana Buck - 1856 - 472 pages
...recalled his soldiers from the place, and by despairing of any expectation of taking it, without having received any disgrace, he retired from the city, without any reason in the world." 68. "But when the robbers perceived this unexpected retreat of his, they resumed their courage, and...
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The testimony of Jesus [Bible passages ed.] by C. Timins

Charles Timins - 1862
...recalled his soldiers from the place, and by despairing of any expectation of taking it, without having received any disgrace he retired from the city, without any reason in the world" Josephus next describes the disastrous retreat of his army pursued by the Jews, who captured their...
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History of the Sabbath and First Day of the Week

John Nevins Andrews - 1873 - 528 pages
...recalled his soldiers from the place, and by despairing of any expectation of taking it, without having received any disgrace, he retired from the city, without any reason in the world." ' 2. This sign being seen, the disciples were to know that the desolation of Jerusalem was nigh. "...
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History of the Sabbath and First Day of the Week

John Nevins Andrews - 1873 - 528 pages
...recalled his soldiers from the place, and by despairing of any expectation of taking it, without having received any disgrace, he retired from the city, without any reason in the world."1 2. This sign being seen, the disciples were to know that the desolation of Jerusalem was nigh....
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History and revelation, the correspondence of the predictions of ..., Volume 3

James H. Braund - 1875
...recalled his soldiers from the place, and by despairing of any expectation of taking it, without having received any disgrace, he retired from the city, without any reason in the world. When the robbers perceived this unexpected retreat of his they resumed their courage, and ran after...
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The Holy Week and the Forty Days: Being a Continuous Narrative in ..., Volume 2

1879
...city. ... It then happened that Cestius recalled his soldiers from the place, and . . . without having received any disgrace, he retired from the city, without any reason in the world." (See also Eusebius, " Eccl. Hist." iii. 5.) The short interval which now elapsed before the final siege,...
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