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The Situation after the Council of Nic├Ža.
... has always made itself felt by reaction, must also receive justice; once again ... which
challenged the acceptance of Christian people.' The decisions of councils ...
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Tiglath-Pileser iii. And the Organisation of the Assyrian Empire ...
... their bands of raw recruits were superior to the ... Milid itself, where King Khitaruadas
held his court.**. ... the resources necessary to make his decisions effective ...
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Deuteronomy 17:10,11
And you shall do according to the sentence, which they of that place which the LORD shall choose shall show you; and you shall observe to do according to all that they inform you:
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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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