Tuesday, November 11, 2014

A Treatise Of Antichrist: The Disputation Of Antichrist Is Propounded, And The First Argument From The Name It Self Discussed ~ By Michael Christopherson (Walpole) Priest 1613 CHAPTER 1 BOOK IX


Wherein the Disputation of Antichrist is propounded.


Now that doth αντίχρατηγος not signify the Captains Vicar, but ordinarily a contrary Captain, as αυτιξζατηγδζ is to make war, and sometimes him that is in the Captains place, not subject to him, but as equal, as among the Latins, Propraetor or Proconsul doth not signify the Vicar of the Pretor or Consul, but him that is in some Province, that which the Pretor or Consul is in the City:and in this Musculus was deceived; for because he read in Budacus that doth signify a Propretor, he thought that it doth signify the Vicar of the Pretor, which is false.

No comments:

Post a Comment