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The Hours of the Day in the Fourth Gospel

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page 246 note 1 The former passage simply mentions the use of by the astronomers, the latter is probably a wrong reference for Ep. iii. 5.

page 246 note 1 The fact that Miss Yonge, telling the story of the martyrdom of Polycarp, in her Pupils of St. John, says that his death took place at 2 P.M. may be taken as showing that this hour is not inconsistent with the rest of the narrative.

page 247 note 1 It puts the meaning beyond doubt when we read that (after his studies) he used to attend Vespasian before daybreak.

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