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Sect. III. Of the Grecians' journey, and embassage to Troy; and
of Helena's being detained in Egypt; and of the sacrificing of
Sect. V. Of the taking of Troy, the wooden horse, the book of
Dares and Dictys, the colonies of the relics of Troy. 458
Sect. II. Of the election of Saul.
with the Philistines and Amalekites, which caused his final re-
Sect. VI. Of such as lived with Samuel and Saul; of Hellen and
Hercules, and of their issues: upon occasion of the Dores,
Sect. I. Of David's estate in the time of Saul.
of Jerusalem, with two overthrows given to the Philistines, and
Sect. VI. The war which David made upon the Syrians.
Of Salomon's successors until the end of Jehosaphat.
Sesac; of his end and contemporaries.
a corollary of the examples of God's judgments.
Of Jehoram the son of Jehoshaphat, and Ahaziah.
king Jehoshaphat to change his purpose often, in making his
Sect. VI. A digression, wherein is maintained the liberty of using
Of Joash and Amasia, with their contemporaries ; where some-
what of the building of Carthage.
Sect. IV. How Zacharia was murdered by Joash.