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Causes of the Reformation
... in his own time as but slightly inferior to Erasmus ... of accepting appeals in the Roman
Courts, even when ... the charge of making fees rather than justice the motive ...
/.../chapter i causes of the.htm

Period I: the Imperial State Church of the Undivided Empire, or ...
... ministry, but regard themselves as inferior in every ... faith involved harsh measures
against all who differed from the approved theology of the court. ...
/.../ayer/a source book for ancient church history/period i the imperial state.htm

St. Gregory the Great.
... northern conquerors were utterly unable to emulate, and made them feel how inferior
brute force ... They placed her bishops in their courts of justice, in their ...
/.../allies/the formation of christendom volume vi/chapter v st gregory the.htm

The Political Constitution of Egypt
... state affairs in council, to dispense justice and sometimes ... the harem of the wives
of inferior rank ... the palace, grouped around narrow courts, and communicating ...
/.../chapter ithe political constitution of.htm

The Eighteenth Theban Dynasty --(Continued)
... As for himself, if justice succeeded in overtaking him, he ... be consigned to a place
among the inferior wives or ... and collected within one of the courts of the ...
/.../chapter ithe eighteenth theban dynastycontinued.htm

The Last Days of the Old Eastern World
... many more light troops, and was scarcely inferior in numbers ... however, and possibly
the intrigues at court and troubles ... His toleration went to all lengths if he ...
/.../chapter iithe last days of 2.htm

The Iranian Conquest
... endeavour to act according to law and justice in the ... is still considered by Zoroastrians
an inferior state to ... him by all the means in use at Oriental courts. ...
/.../chapter ithe iranian conquest.htm

The Medes and the Second Chaldaean Empire
... with glory; it seems in no wise inferior in national ... throughout the reign of Hezekiah,
and the court, supported by ... the host of heaven in the two courts of the ...
/.../chapter iiithe medes and the.htm

Funeral Oration on the Great S. Basil, Bishop of C├Žsarea in ...
... from him, perhaps without right or justice, but so it ... ink, which is in no wise inferior
to inscriptions ... and influence, dismissed him from the court, his former ...
/.../cyril/lectures of s cyril of jerusalem/oration xliii funeral oration on.htm

Tiglath-Pileser iii. And the Organisation of the Assyrian Empire ...
... a very brief struggle; none of the minor states to be ... in respect, would have been
simply to court serious disaster ... Zab to those of the Uknu: all the countries ...
/.../chapter iitiglath-pileser iii and the.htm

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Exodus 18:26
And they judged the people at all seasons: the hard causes they brought to Moses, but every small matter they judged themselves.
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2 Samuel 15:4
Absalom said moreover, Oh that I were made judge in the land, that every man which has any suit or cause might come to me, and I would do him justice!
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Courts

Courts of Justice of the Romans in Judea: Appeals From, Made to the Emperor

Courts of Justice of the Romans in Judea: Could Alone Award Death

Courts of Justice of the Romans in Judea: Never Examined Their own Citizens by Torture

Courts of Justice of the Romans in Judea: Never Interfered in Any Dispute About Minor Matters Or

Courts of Justice of the Romans in Judea: Place of, Called the Hall of Judgment

Courts of Justice of the Romans in Judea: Presided Over by the Governor or Deputy

Courts of Justice: Both the Accusers and Accused Required to Appear Before

Courts of Justice: Causes In, Were Opened by an Advocate

Courts of Justice: Causes In, Were Opened by The Complainant

Courts of Justice: Corruption and Bribery often Practised In

Courts of Justice: False Witnesses in to Receive the Punishment of the Accused

Courts of Justice: Generally Held in the Morning

Courts of Justice: Have Authority from God

Courts of Justice: Inferior Court in all Cities

Courts of Justice: Inferior Court: All Minor Cases Decided By

Courts of Justice: Inferior Court: All Transfers of Property Made Before

Courts of Justice: Inferior Court: Held at the Gates

Courts of Justice: Inferior Court: Judges of, Appointed by the Governor

Courts of Justice: Judges of Called Elders

Courts of Justice: Judges of Called Magistrates

Courts of Justice: Judges of Conferred Together Before Giving Judgment

Courts of Justice: Judges of Examined the Parties

Courts of Justice: Judges of not to Take Bribes

Courts of Justice: Judges of Pronounced the Judgment of the Court

Courts of Justice: Judges of Rode often on White Asses

Courts of Justice: Judges of Sat on the Judgment-Seat While Hearing Causes

Courts of Justice: Judges of To Decide According to the Law

Courts of Justice: Judges of To Investigate Every Case

Courts of Justice: Judges of To Judge As for God

Courts of Justice: Judges of To Judge Righteously

Courts of Justice: Judges of To Judge Without Respect of Persons

Courts of Justice: Judges of To Promote Peace

Courts of Justice: Probably Derived from the Seventy Elders Appointed by Moses

Courts of Justice: Provided With: Judges

Courts of Justice: Provided With: Officers

Courts of Justice: Provided With: Tormentors or Executioners

Courts of Justice: Re-Established by Ezra

Courts of Justice: Re-Established by Jehoshaphat

Courts of Justice: Sanhedrim or Court of the Seventy: Consisted of Chief Priest

Courts of Justice: Sanhedrim or Court of the Seventy: Mentioned in the Latter Part of Sacred History

Courts of Justice: Sanhedrim or Court of the Seventy: Presided Over by High Priest

Courts of Justice: Sanhedrim or Court of the Seventy: Sat in High Priest's Palace

Courts of Justice: Sometimes Held in Synagogues

Courts of Justice: Superior Court: Consisted Subsequently of Priests and Levites

Courts of Justice: Superior Court: Decided on all Appeals and Difficult Cases

Courts of Justice: Superior Court: Decisions of, Conclusive

Courts of Justice: Superior Court: Held at the Seat of Government

Courts of Justice: Superior Court: Held First by Moses Alone in the Wilderness

Courts of Justice: Superior Court: Presided Over by the Governor or the High Priest

Courts of Justice: The Accused: Examined on Oath

Courts of Justice: The Accused: Exhorted to Confess

Courts of Justice: The Accused: Might Have Advocates

Courts of Justice: The Accused: Permitted to Plead Their own Cause

Courts of Justice: The Accused: Sometimes Examined by Torture

Courts of Justice: The Accused: Sometimes Treated With Insult

Courts of Justice: The Accused: Stood Before the Judge

Courts of Justice: The Accused: The Evidence of Two or More Witnesses Required In

Courts of Justice: The Accused: Witnesses Sometimes Laid Their Hands on the Criminal's Head

Courts of Justice: The Judgment of Allusions To

Courts of Justice: The Judgment of Illustrative of the Last Judgment

Courts of Justice: The Judgment of Immediately Executed

Courts of Justice: The Judgment of not Given Till Accused Was Heard

Courts of Justice: The Judgment of Recorded in Writing

Courts of Justice: The Judgment of Witnesses First to Execute

Courtship: Ancient Customs of Women Proposed Marriage

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