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ii. 1, vol. 3. he arrives at Jerusalem, Egypt out of their own revenues,
and is exposed to great dangers, fect.. xii. iv, li vol. 2, poll money and
1, 2, his great valor, fect. ii. v. hs crown tax, &c. forgiven the princi-
great concern to lave Jerusalem c, pal orders of the Jews by Antiochus
ixi fc&t. 2. and the temple, i. i 4. the Great, c. iii. ieet. 3..
vol. 3. c. iv. fe&t. 3 his speech to Triumphal gate at Rome, War, vii, v.
his soldiers, c. 1, lect. 5 he receives

4. vol. 3.
acclamations from :he army, c. vi. Triumphal pomp described, War, vii.
{ect, 1. his speeches to the Jewish ty. v. 4. 5, &c. vol. 3
rants, fe&t. 2. he ascribes the con- Traphies give offence to the Jews, an-
quest of the city to God, cix, fect. tiq. xv. viii, 1., vol. 2.

3. he thanks the army and distributes Trumpet, its invention and form, an.
. rewards, vii. ii 3. vol. 3. celebrates tig, iii. xii. 6. vol. I.
his father's and brother's birth days, Truth and juvice, complained to be
c. iii, lect. 1. is greatly moved at gone out of the world, antiq. xvi.
the fight of the ruins of Je ulalein, xi. 4. vol. 2.
c. v. iect. 2, he makes great thews, Truth and accuracy to be observed by
c. v. lect. 1. comes to Antioch, fect. .. an historian, artiq. xiv, i, 1, vol. 2,
2. and to Rome, fect. 3. what per observed accordingly by Josephus,
fons he carried with him for the tri life, feet, 65 vol. 2.
umph, ib, his approbation of Jose. Trypho the tyrant, brings young Anti.
phus's history, Life, sect. 65.vol. ochus back to Syria, antiq. xiii, v.

2. his generoấty to Jofephus, feet 76. 3 yol, 2. his perfidious behavior lo
Tobias's lons expelled Jerusalem, War, the fame Antiochus, c. vj. lect. ),
si, i. 2. val. 3.

he draws Jonathan into a snare, lect.
Togarmah, antiq. i. vi. 2. vol. 1. 9, 2. he makes an irruption into juo
Topa chies (three) or prefectures, ad. dea, fect 4 impofes upon Simon,
ided to judea, antiq. xiii, iv. 9. ib, kills Jo.athau, lect. 5. he causes
vol. 2.

Antiochus, whole guardian he was,
Tower of Babel, and the Sibyl's testic to be killed, c, vii. fect. 1. he is

mony concerning it, antig. i. iv, made king by the army, ib, he is
vol, 1...

killed at Apamia, lect. 2.
Trachonites rebel, antiq, xvi, ix, 1. Trypho, king Herod's barber, antig.
vol. 2,

xii. xi, 5, &c. vol. 2. War, 1.
Traditions of the Pharisees unwritten, xxvii. 5. vol. 3..
antiq. viii. x. vi. vol. 1.

* Trypho, king Ptolemy's darling, an.
Trajan, captain of the tenth legion, riq. xii. iv. 9. vol. 2.
War, iji, vii. 31. vol. 3.

Tubal-cain, antiq. i, ii, 2. vol. 1.
Translation of the law, made by feven. Tyrannus Priscus, War, ii. xix, 4.

tytwo elders, antiq. xii, ii, 12. vol. vol. 3.

2. Against Apion, in. fect. 4. vol. 3. Tyrannus's deposition against Alexan.
Treasure (sacred) kept in the temple by der, antiq. xvi, x. 3. vol. 2. War,

some of the priests, aptiq xi, v, 2. i. xxvi 3. vol. 3.
vol. 1.

Tyre, when built, antiq, viii. iii. .
Tribes of Israel, and their portions of vol, s.
' land determined by lot, antiq. v. i. Tyre oppressed by Marion, antiq. xiv,
29. vol. ).

xii, 1, vol. 2.
Tribute paid out of Judea to Antio. Tyre belieged seven months by Alex.
: cbus Pius, antiq. xiii, viii, 3. vol. ander the Great, an'iq. xi, viii. 4.

2. great men farm such tributes, xii. vol. 1.
iv. 3 vol. 2. poll money paid the Tyre, the name of a castle built by Hyre-
kings of Syria by the Jews, xiii. ii. canus, antiq. xii. iv. 11, vol. 2.'
3. vol. 2. ten thousand drachmä Tyrians, their god Baal, antiq. ix. vi.
paid out of the temple to them, ib. 6. vol. 1. their ancient records, A-
Three hundred talents paid by jona. gainst Apion, i, fe&t. 17. vol. 3.
than to Demetrius for tribute. c, iv. They beat the Assyrians at sea, antiq,
(ect. 9 Jews freed from paying such ix. xiv, :, vol. i. the'r temple of
tribute by Simon the Maccabee, c. Jupiter Olympius, viii v. 3. vol. 1.
vi. fe&t. 6. high priest used to pay Against Apion, i, feat, 18. vol. 3.
twenty talents tribute to the kings of of Hercules, ib, of Altarte, ib.

of the temple treasure remitted by Thumofis, or Tethmosis, king of E.
Demetrius, xiii, ii. 3. vol. 2. Dan- gypt, against Apion, i. lect. 14, 15,
iel's prophecy of Antiochus's prof. 26. vol. 3.
anation of the temple fulfilled, xii. Thrygammes, or Togarmah, antiq. i.
vii. 6. vol. 2,

vi. 1. vol. 1.
Tephetus of Garsis, War, v. xi, . Tiberius Alexander, procurator of ja.
* vol. 3. .

dea, antiq. xx. v. 2, vol. 2,
Terah, Abraham's father, antiq. i. vi. Tiberius Alexander, governor of Ala
1.5. vol. 1. "

exandria, War, ii. xviii, 7. vol. 3.
Teribinth, for turpentine tree, near He and v. i, 6. vol. 3. he brings Egypt
;. bron, supposed as old as the world, over to Vespasian, iy. x. 6. vol. 3.
War, iv. ix. 7. vol. 3.

Tiberias the emperor, apliq, xviii. ii.
Terertius, or Turnus Rufus, War, vii, 4. vol. 2. War, ii, ix, 2, 5, vol 3.
ii. vol. 2

bis dilatory proceedings, antiq. xviii.
Teresh, antiq. xi. vi. 4. vol. 1.

vi 5. vol, 2. his skill in astrology,
Teridatis, or Tiridates, king of Arme. feat. g. his prognoftic of a fucceflor,
· via, antiq. xx. iii. 3. vol. 2. War, ib, his death, ib.
vii, vii, 7. vol. 3.

Tibni, antig, viii, xii. 5. vol. 4.
Tero, an old soldier, antiq. xvi. ix. 4. Tidal, antiq. i. ix. vol. 1.

&c.vol. 2, War, i. xxvii. 4,&c.vol. Tiglathpileler, king of Allyria, antiq.
3 charged with tseason by Trypho, i ix. xi, 1, vol. a. .
Herod's barber, leet. s.

Tigranes, king of Armenia, antiq.xiii.
Tethmofis, or Thumoris, king of Egypt, '. xvi. 4 vol. 2. and xv, iv. g. vol.
" against Apion, i. xiv.'15.26, vol. 3. 2. and xviii. v, 4. vol. 2, War, is
Tetrarchies, antiq. xiii, iv. 9. vol. 2. v. 3. vol. 3. c. xxviji. fect. 1.
Tharmar, David's daughter, antiq. vii. Tigranes, lon of Alexander and Gla.
ji 3. vol. 1.'

phyra, antiq. xviii. v. 4. vol. 2.
Thamar, Absalom's daughter, married Timaus king of Egypt, against Api.

to Rehoboam, antiq. vii. x, 3. vol.. on, i, sect. 14, col. 3.
Thaumatus, antiq. xviii, vi. 6. vol. 8. Timidius, antiq, xix. i. 5. vol. 2.
Theatres erected at Jerusalem by Her. Timius, a Cypriot, antiq. xvii. x. 4.

od, antiq, xv, viii, 1. vol. 2. War, vol, 2.
'i, xxi. 8. vol. 3, at Celarea, antiq. Timotheus, antiq, xü. viii. 1, 3. vol,
xv, ix, 6, vol. 2.

. 2. he is put to light by Judas,
Theft, how punilhed by the law of sct. 4.
* Moles, antig. iv, viii. 27, &c, vol.s. Tiras, antiq. i. vi. 2. vol. .
Themagus, antiq. xi, iii. 5. vol. s.. iridates, king of Armenia, antiq. XI.
Thcodorus, son of Zeno, antiq. xiii. iii. 3. vol. 2.

xiii. 3. vol. 2. War, i, iv. 2. vol. 3. Tithes, and first fruits, given to the
Theodofius, antiq, xiii. iii. 4. vol. 2. : Levites, antiq, iv. iv. 3. vol. 1. thgit
Theophilus, son of Ananus, deprived tithes or tenth parts given to the

of the high priesthood, antiq. xix. , priest, fect. 4. this law reftored by
vi, 9, vol. 2. . .

Hezekiah, ix. xiii. 3. vol. 1,
Theophilus, brother of Jonathan, made Titius, president of Syria, antiq. xvi.
high priest, antiq. xviii. v. 3. viii, 6. vol. 2.
vol. 2.

Titus Cæfar, son of Vespasian, fent to
Thermus, a Roman ambaffador, a Alexandria, War, iii. i. 3. sol, gi

gainst Apion, ii, feet, 6. vol. 3. he brings a great number of troops
Thermula, Phraacaces's concubine, and to Velpalian, c. iv, lect. 2, his picty
" then wife, antiq. xviii. ii. 4. vol. 2. towards his father, c. vii, fe&t. 32.
Theudas, an impostor, antiq. xx, v, he and Vespasian take Jotapata, k&.
I. vol. 2.

31, his mildness to Josephus, c. viii.
Theudion, brother, of Doris, Antipa feet. 8, 9. be is lent against Tarichea,

ter's, mother, antiq. xvii, iv, 2. c. x. lect. 1. bis valor in this expe-
vol. 2.

dition, lect. 3 his speech to his lola
Thobe, or Tubai-cain, antiq. i.li, I. diers, lett. 4. he takes Tarichez, teet.
vol. 1.

5. he is sent to Rome, with king A-
Tholomy, son of Sohem us, antiq. xiv. grippa, lo compliment Galba, iv. ix.
viii, i.vol...

2. vol. 3. the order of his array, v.

ii, 1, vol. 3. he arrives at Jerusalem, Egypt out of their own revenues,
and is exposed to great daägers, tect. xii. iv, d. vol. 2. poll money and
1, 2, his great valor, lect. ii, v. hs crown tax, &c. forgiven the princi.
great concern to save Jerusalem c. pal orders of the Jews by Antiochus
ix. fe&t. 2, and the temple, i, ii 4. the Great, c, üi. lect. 3..
vol. 3. c. iv. Ic&t. 3 his speech to Triumphal gate at Rome, War, vii. v.
his soldiers, c. i, lect. s he receives 4. vol. 3.
acclamations from he army, c, vi, Triumphal pomp described, War, vii,
feet.. his Speeches to the Jewish ty. v. 4. 5, &c. vol. 3
rants, le&t. 2. he ascribes the con- Trophies give offence to the Jews, an.
quest of the city to God, cix, fect. tic. xv. viii, 1., vol. 2.
1. he thanks the army and distributes Trumpet, its invention and form, an.
rewards, vii. ii 3. vol. 3. celebrates tig, iii. xii. 6. vol. 1.
his father's and brother's birth days, Truth and judice, complained to be
c. ill. feét. 1. is greatly moved at gone out of the world, anciq. xvi.
the fight of the ruins of Je ulalein, xi. 4. vol. 2.
cv, lect, 2, he makes great shews Truth and accuracy to be observed by
c. v. fect. 1, comes to Ancioch, fect. .. an historian, antiq. xiv. i. 1. vol. 2.
2. and to Rome, fe&t. 3. what per observed accordingly by Josephus,
fons he carried with him for the trió life, fect. 65 vol. 2.
umph, ib, his approbation of Jose. Trypho the tyrant, brings young Anti-
pbus's history, Life, fect. 65 vol. ochus back to Syria, antiq. xiii, v.

2. his generolity to Jofephus, ieet 76. 3 yol. 2. his perfidious behavior lo
Tobias's fons expelled Jerusalem, War, the fame Antiochus, c. vi. fect. 1.
*: i. i, 2. val. 3.

he draws Jonathan into a soare, fect.
Togarmah, antiq. i, vi. 1. vol. 1. 1, 2, he makes an irruption into ju.
Topa chies (three) or prefectures, ad dea, fect 4. impofes upon Simon,
ided to judea, antiq. xiii, iv. 9. ib, kills Jonathan, fect. 5. he caules
vol. 2.

Antiochus, whose guardian he was,
Tower of Babel, and the Sibyl's tefti. to be killed, c. vii. fe&t. 1. he is

mony concerning it, antig, i. iv. made king by the army, ib. he is
vol, 1...

killed at pamia, fect. 2.
Trachonites rebel, antiq, xvi, ix, 1. Trypho, king Herod's barber, antiq.
vol. 2.

xii. xi. 5, &c. vol. 2. War, 1.
Traditions of the Pharisees unwritten, xxvii. 5. vol. 3.,
· antiq. viii. x, vi, vol. .. . · Trypho, King Prolemy's darling, an-
Trajan, captain of the tenth legion, tiq. xii. iv. 9. vol. 2.
War, iji, vii. 31. vol. 3.

Tubal-cain, antiq. i. ii, 2. vol. 1.
Translation of the law, made by seven. Tyrannus Priscus, War, ii. xix, 4.

tytwo elders, antiq. xii. ii. 12. vol. vol. 3.

2. Against Apion, in. fect. 4. vol. 3. Tyrannus's deposition against Alexan.
Treasure (sacred) kept in the temple by 'der, antiq. xvi. x. 3. vol. 2. War,

some of the priests, antiq xi, v. 2. 1. xxvi 3. vol. 3.
vol. 1.

Tyre, when built, antiq, viii, iii. s.
Tribes of Israel, and their portions of vol, 1,
! land determined by lot, antiq. v. i. Tyre oppressed by Marion, antiq. xiv,
22. voi. j.

xii, 1, vol. 2.
Tribute paid out of Judea to Antio. Tyre besieged seven months by Alex.
: cbus Pius, antiq. xiii, viii, 3. vol. ander the Great, an'iq. xi. viii, 4.

2. great ien farm such tributes, xii. vol. 1.
iv. 3 vol. 2. poll money paid the Tyre, the name of a catie built by Hyr.
kings of Syria by the Jews, xiji. ii. canus, antiq. xii. iv. 11. vol. 2.
3. vol. 2. ten thousand drachmä Tyrians, their god Baal, antiq. ix. vi.
paid out of he temple to them, ib. 6. vol. 1. their ancient records, A-
ihree hundred talents paid by Jona gainst Apion, i, fe&t. 17. vol. 3.
than to Demetrius for tribute. c. iv. They beat the Assyrians at fea, antiq.
rect g Jews freed from paying such ix. xiv, :. vol. i. the'r temple of
tribute by simon the Maccabee, c. Jupiter Olympius, viii v. 3. vol. i.
vi. fe&t. 6. high priest used to pay Against Apion, i, leđt. 18. vol. 3.
twenty talents tribute to the kings of of Hercules, ib. of Altarte, ib.

Valerian, a decorion, Wor, iii. ix. 7. Ummidius Quadratus, president of Syt
vol. 3.

ia, antiq. xx. vi. 2. vol. 2.
Valerius Gralus, procurator of Judea, Unexpected events the most thocking
antiq, xviii, ii. 2. vol. 2.

antiq. v. xi. 3. vol. 1.
Valerius Afiaticus, antiq. xix, i. 14, Voleavened bread See Paflover.
20. yol. 2,

Voice heard in the temple, War, vi, v.
Varro, president of Syria, antiq. xv. x. 3. vol. 3.
1, vol. 2

Vologeles, king of Parthia, antiq. XX.
Varus (Quintilius) president of Syria, iv, 2 vol. 3. War, vii, v. 2. vol. 3.

antiq. xvii. v. 2, 6, vol. 2. c. ix, c.vii, fect. 3. he decleres war agaiatt
fe&t. 3. Life, sect. 11. vol. 2. War, Izates, antiq. xx iv, 1, vol. 2
i. xxxi. 5. vol. 3 and ii. ii. 1, vol. Volumnius, procurator of Syria, antig.
3. he comes to fuccor Sabipus, antiq. xvi. ix. 1. vol. 2. cap. xi. lect. 3.
xvii. x.9. vol. 2, War, ii. v. i. vol. War, i xxvii, 1, 2. vol. 3.
3, he pun shes the marineers, antiq. Vonones, antiq. xviii. ii 4. vol. .
xvii. x. 1, 9. 10. yol 2,

Vow of lepiha to sacrifice his daughter
Vashti, wite of king Artaxerxes, antiq. neither lawful nor acceptable to God,
xi. vi, 1, vol. 1.

antiq. v. vii 10, vol. 1.
Vatinius, antiq. xix. i. 13. yni, 2. Ures, antiq, viü, qi. 3. vol, s.
Veils of the cabernacle, antiq. iii. vii. Uriah Nain, antiq. vii. vii, f. vol. :.
7. vol, i.

Urias, high prielt, aurig. x, viii. 6.
Ventidius Baflus, bribed by Antigonus, vol. i.

antiq. xiv, xiv, 6. vol. 2. chap. xv. Uz, antiq. i. vi. 4, s. vol. 1.
feat. i, sent to repel the Parthians, Uzzah, imitten by God, for touching
War, i. xv. 2. vol. 3. he kills Paco che ark, antiq, vii, iv. 2, vol. 1.
rus in battle, and defeats the Parthi. Uzziah, or Azariah, king of Judah, an.
ans, antiq. xiv. xv. 7. vol %.

tiq, ix, ix. 3. vol. i. his ads and
Veranius, antiq. xix, iii. 4. vol. 2. encomium, c. ix. Sect. g. he burns
Vespasian and Titus's generosity to incense in the temple, feat, 4. he is

wards the Jews, antiq. xii. iii, 2. smitten with the leprosy for ulurp-
vol. 2. his wars in Judea, War, Book ing the priest's office, ib.

iii. and iv, at large, vol. 3. War not begun with foreign nations
Victory does not depend op numbers, till ambassadors are sent, antiq. iv.
but on valor, antiq. i, x. 1. vol. 1. viii. 41. vol. 1, and s, ii. 9. vol. 1.
and on piety towards God, antiq. War (laws of) among the Jews, antiq.
xii. vii. 1. vol. 2.

iv, viii. 41. &c. vol. 1. Againit A.
Vindex rebels againft Nero, War, iv, pion, ii. lect. 30. vol. 3.
viii. 1, vol. 3:

War (Jewish) whence begun, War, ii.
! Vine (golden) in Herod's temple, antig. xiii. vul. 3. c. xiv. lect. 4. c. xv.

xv, viii. 3. vol. 2, another sent to fcet. 5. c. xvii. sect. 1, &c.
Rome, xiv, iii. 1. vol. 2.

Water of Bethlehem, offered to God by
Vinicius (Marcus) antiq. xix, i. 14. David, antiq. vii. 12. 4. vol. i.
vol. 2

Water (fea.) See Sea..
Virtue its own reward, antic. iv. vii. Witch, or Necromantic woman of En
2. vol.1.

dor, comforts Saul, antiq vi. xiv. 3.
Virtues (royal) antiq. vii. xv. 2. vol. a. vol. 1. her eulogium, fect. 4.
Vitellius, president of Syria, antiq. xv. Women's power, antiq. xi, iii. s. vol.

xi, iv, vol. 2. War, vii. iv. 2. vol. 1. their cunning in preventing accu-
-3. he is highly treated by the Jews, fations, ii, v. 5. vol. 1. their drels
· antiq. xviii. iv. 3. vol. 2. c. v. fect. forbidden men, iv, viii. 43. vol. 1.

3. his expedition against A retas, ib. foreign women not to be meddled
is ordered by Tiberias to enter into with by Jews, xii. iv. 6. vol. 2.
an alliance with Artabanus, c, iv. when divorced, cannot marry anoth.

er without their former husband's
Vitellius is made emperor after Otho, consent, xv. 7. 10, vol. 2. Persian
· War, iv. ix, 9. vol. 3. he is sain, c. women or wives not to be seen by
xi, fe&t. 4.

strangers, X. vi. . vel, 1. not al.
Vitellius Proculus, antiq. xix. vi. 3. lowed to be witnesses, is, 8, 15

vol, 1.

fect. 4.

vol. 2.

Xanthicus, the Syro Macedonian name Zebudah, mother of Jekoiakim, antiq.

of the Jewish inonth Nisan, antiq. i. *. V. 2. vol. 1.

ii, 3. vol, 1. and so elsewhere. Zedekiah, a false prophet, antiq. viii,
Xerxes succeeds Darius, antiq. xi. v. . xv. 4. vol, a.

1. vol. 1. his letter to Ezra, ib. Zedekiah, king of Judah, antiq. x. vii,
Xylophoria, a Jewish festival when they 1, &c. vol. 1. he revolts from the

carried wood to the temple for the Babylonians, fe&t. 2. calls for Jere

facrifices, War, ii. xvii. 6. vol. 3. miah's advice, sect. 6. he is carried
Year, two beginnings of Jewish years,

captive to Babylon, c. viii. le&t. 3.
aniq. i iii. 3. vol. 1.

his death, sect. 7.
Year (Great) a period of Gx hundred Zebina (Alexander) king of Syria, is

common years, antiq. i iii 9. vol. 2. conquered by Antiochus Grypus,
Zabdiel, a prince of the Arabians, an. and dics, antiq. xiii, ix, 3. vol. 2.
tig. xiii, iv. 8. vol. e.

Zebul, antiq. v. vii. 4 vol.a.
Zabidus, an Idumean, Against Apion, Zeno, tyled Cotylas, tyrant of Phila.
ii, fe&t. 10. vol. 3

delphia, antiq. xiii, vii. s. vol. 2.
Zachariah, king of Israel, antiq. ix. x. Zenodoras, antig. xv. x. I, &c. vol.

3. vol. 1. bis death, c. xi, lea. 1. War, i, xx. 4, vol. 3. his death,
Zachariah, son of Jehoida, a prophet, doliq. xv. x. iii. vol. 2.

is ftoned, antiq. ix. viii. 3. vol. 1. Zerah, an Ethiopian king, antiq. viii.
Zachariah the prophet, antiq. xi, iv. xii. s. vol. 1, defeated by Ala,
5, 7. vol. 1.

fe&. 1, .
Zacharias, fun of Baruch, War, iv. v. Zoruiah, antiq. vi. xvi. 9. vol. 1.

4. vol 3. he is murdered in the Zuxis, antiq. xii. iii. 4. vol 2.
ample, ib.

Ziba, Saul's freed man, antiq. vii, v.
Zacharias, son of Phalek, War, iv. iv. 2. vol. 1.
i. pol. 3

Zillah, Lamech's wife, antiq. i, bi, A.
Zachariah, con o Ahaz, is Nain by vol. 1,

Maaseiah, antiq. ix. xii. s. vol. i. Zimri, prince of the Simeonites, antiq.
Zadoc, or Sadoc, high priest, antiq. iv, vi, 10, vol. 1. his speech aguinit

vii. ii. yol, 1. c. v. feat. 4. c.x. Moses, lect, 11.
fect. 4. c, xi, fect, 8. c. xiv. fe&t. Zinnri kills Elah, antiq. viii. xii, 4, 6.
4. and viii. i. 3. vol. 1, and x. vol. 3. his death, ib.
viii. 6. vol. 1.

Zipporah, Moles's wife, antiq. iii. ii,
Zalmunna, captain of the Midiarites, s. vol. 1.
antiq. v. vi. 3. vol. .

Zizus an Arabian, antiq. xiij. xiv. 3.
Zamaris, a Babylonian Jew, antiq. xvii. vol 2.
lii. 3. vol. 2.

Zoba (king of) antiq. vii. vi. l. vol. 1,
Zarephath, or Sarepta, the widow's Loilus, a tyrant, antig. xiii. xii, 2.

habitation, antig. viii, xiii 2, vol. 1. vol.'a.
Zelores, War, iv. ii. 9. 13, 14. vol. 3. Zorobabel, antiq. xi, i. 3. vol. 3. c.

c. iv. lect. 5, &c. c. v. lect, ., 5. ini. sect. s, &c.
and vii. viii. 1. vol. 3.

Zur, king of the Midianites, antiq. iv,
Deb, or Zeeb, captain of the Midian. vii. . vol. 1.

ites, antiq. v. vi. S. vol, s.

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