SIBYLLI′NI LIBRI – Sibylline Books–ΣΙΒΥΛΛΑΣ ΒΙΒΛΙΑ (V)


(BEING CONTINUED FROM  27/12/16)

BOOK III3.
CONTENTS OF BOOK III.
Introduction, 1-10.

Unity and power of Godextolled,

11-34. Oracle against idolatry and sin,
35-64. Coming and judgment of the great King,
55-76. Coming of Beliar,

76-90. Reign of the  woman and end of the world, 90-111. All things subject to Christ,

112-116. The tower of Babel,
117-132. Cronos, Titan, and Iapetus,

132-154.Cronos, Rhea, and the Titans,

155-187. End of the Titans and rise of many kingdoms, 188-196.
The Sibyl’s message, 196-201.

Rule of the house of Solomon,

202-207. Rule of the Hellenes,

208-212. The Western Kingdom,
213-235. The Sibyl’s burden,

236-241. Woes on the Titans and on many nations,

242-260. The righteous race,

261-303. The exodus and giving of the law,

304-325. Desolation and exile, 325-351. Restoration from exile,

352-361. The Sibyl ceases and begins again,

362-371. Woe on Babylon,

372-386. Woe on Egypt,

387-392.Woe on Gog and Magog,

393-397. Woe on Libya,

399-412. Great signs and woes on many cities,

413-433. Retributive judgment on Rome,
434-450. Doom of Smyrna, Samos, Delos, and
Rome,

461-456. Peace of Asia and Europe

 

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457-473. The Macedonian woe,

474-482. The unnamed rulers.

483-499. The sign for Phrygia,
600-615. The fate of Ilium,

516-522. gongs of the blind old man,

523-541. Woes of Lycia,Chalcedon, Cyzicus, Byzantium, Rhodes,
Lydia, Samos, Cyprus, and Trallis,

642-582.Italy’s tribal wars,

683-590. Woes of Laodicea,Campania, Corsica, and Sardinia,

591-607.Woes of Mysia, Chalcedon, Galatia, Tenedos,
Sicyon, and Corinth,

608-615. The Sibyl ceases and begins again,

616-619. Woes of Phoenicia,Crete, Thrace, Gog, Magog, Maurians,
Ethiopians, and provinces of Asia Minor,

620-656. Oracles against Greece,

657-723. The holy race,

724-756, Egypt subdued,

766-774. Time of blessedness,

775-783. Exhortation to worship God,

184-794. Time of judgment, 795-816. The god-sent king,

817-829. Fearful time of judgment,

830-871. The Sibyl’s testimony,
872-876. A Jewish millennium,

877-911.Exhortation to the Greek s,

912-928. Day of prosperity and peace,

928-947. Exhortation to serve God,

948-953. The Messianic day, 954-988.

Signs of the end,

989-1003. The Sibyl’s account of herself, 1004-10311

(TO BE CONTINUED)

TRANSLATED FROM THE GREEK AND ENGLISH BLANK VERSE BY MILTON S.TERRY,Professor in Garrett Biblical Institute,

NEW YORK: HUNT & EATON CINCINNATI: CRANSTON & STOWE 1890 ,

Copyright, 1890, by HUNT & EATON,NEW YORK.

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