invisible sometimes a place of
528 ) , Ewald ( Proph .
derivation signifies the invisible world . But the
ii . 55 ) , Selden ( de Diis Syris ... 2 ;
sometimes a place of extreme common text , in the account of the foundation of puttering
, Ps . lxxxvi . 13 , ix .
OCR cross-column etc. confusions (including “puttering” for “suffering”) at entries for “Hell” — specifically “Sheol, the unknown region” — and Hellenist,”
a corrective comment by S.C.B. (Samuel Colcord Bartlett), and entry by B. F. W. (Brooke Foss Westcott), respectively, in
Dr. William Smith’s Dictionary of the Bible, comprising its Antiquities, Biography, Geography, and Natural History. Revised and edited by Professor H. B. Hackett, D. D., with the coöperation of Ezra Abbot, LL. D.. Volume II. Gennesaret, Sea of, to Market. (New York: 1872) : 1039 : link
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