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37 [The reference to Mal. i. 11, always noteworthy. Vol. i. p. 484.]

38 [Here I supply an omission, in italics.]

39 [kai pa/ntwn tw=n poimni/wn sou. John x. 16.]

40 Or emperor. [See p. 551, notes 5, 7.]

41 boula/j, senates.

42 [Evidently after Constantine.]

43 [Elucid. II. Such passages indicate, of course, how St. Mark's name came to be given to this liturgy. Here is interpolated:]- Hail! thou art highly favoured; the Lord is with thee; blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, because thou hast brought forth the Saviour of our souls.

Aloud. Especially remember our all-holy, pure, and blessed Lady, Mary the Virgin Mother of God.

44 [Hammond's note is important, p. 182; and see Elucid. II.]

45 ta\ di/ptuxa. [See the note of Hammond, Glossary, p. 378.]

46 [See Burbidge, p. 34 and passim to p. 253.]

47 [Burbidge, p. 185.]

48 The Patriarch.

49 [Subsequent to Antony. Vol. vi. p. 279.]

50 [Jerusalem: a token of antiquity.]

51 [Rome, no doubt.]

52 [Agrees with the partial triumphs of A.D. 325.]

53 The Trisagion.

54 [The Oblation, kat' e0coxh\n.]

55 The Invocation.]

56 [On all this, see Hammond, notes 1 and 2, p. 187.]

57 The Invocation.]

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