9 [See Homily V. 11-15, and comp. Recognitions, x. 20.-R.]
10 Wieseler proposes qeiouj instead of qeouj; and he punishes his uncles also , as in vi. 2, 21.
11 This is properly regarded as a mistake for Dione, or Didone, which is another form of the name Dione.
12 Lit. "of those who are superior or better."
13 [Compare the argument against the philosophers, as put in the mouth of the Apostle, in Recognitions, x. 48-50.-R.]
14 The Vatican ms. inserts here, "upturning of houses, magic practices, deceptions, perplexities."
15 [See Homily VI. 1-10. Homily V. contains an account of Clement's previous acquaintance with Appion.-R.]
1 [The historical setting of Homily V.d is peculiar to this narrative; most of the views appear in a different connection in the Recognitions (mainly book x.).-R.]
2 [See Homily IV. 6, footnote..-R.]
3 [The introduction of the letters is an ingenious literary device. Much of the mythological matter is given in Recognitions, x.-R.]
4 We have adopted the punctuation of Wieseler.
5 [Comp. Recognitions, x. 20-23, for a parallel to chaps. 12-15.-R.]
6 I have no doubt that this is the general meaning; but th text is hopelessly corrupt.
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