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CHA P. XXVIII.
The Gospel, of Nicodemus, or the Afts of Pilate; taken out of
the Orthodoxographa, Vol. I. Tom. 2. p. 643.
Nicodemi Discipuli, de Ma. The Gospel of Nicodemus the
gistri et Salvatoris noftri. Disciple, concerning the SufJesu Christi Passione et Re- ferings and Resurrection of furrectione, Evangelium. our Master and Saviour,
CHAP. I. ANNAS enim et Cai. TOR Annas and Caiphas, 11 phas, et Summas, et T and Summas, and DaDatam, Gamaliel, Judas, Le- tam, Gamaliel, Judas, Levi, vi, Nepthalim, Alexander, et Nepthalim, Alexander, CyCyrus, et reliqui Judæi ve- rus, and other Jews went to niunt ad Pilatum propter Je- Pilate about Jesus, accusing fum, accufantes eum de mul- him with many bad crimes, tis accusationibus malis, et and said, We are allured that dicentes; Jesum novimus, Jesus is the son of Joseph the Jofeph fabri filium, de Maria carpenter, and born of Mary, natum; et dicit fe esse filium and that he declares himself Dei et Regem ; et non folum the Son of God, and a King b; hoc dicit, fed Sabbatum et pa- and not only fo, but attempts ternam legem noftram vult the dissolution of the fabbath, dissolvere. Dicit Pilatus; and the laws of our fathers. Quid eft quod ait? et quæ Pilate replied; What is it vult diffolvere ? Dicunt ei which he declares? and what
is it which he attempts dissolving? The Jews told him,
a Matt. xiii. 55. & John vi. 42.
John v. 17, 18. Mark xv, 2.
• Matt. xii. 2, &c. Luke xiii. 14. John v. 18,
Judæi ; Legem habemus in We have a law which forSabbato non curare; iste au- bids doing cures on the fabbathtem claudos et surdos, para- day a; but he cures both the lyticos, cæcos, et leprosos, et lame and the deaf, those afflictdæmoniacos curavit de malised with the pally, the blind, actibus. Dicit ei Pilatus ; and lepers, and demoniacs (on Quomodo de malis actibus ? that day) by wicked methods b. Dicunt ei; Maleficus est, et Pilate replied, How (can he in principe dæmoniorum eji- do this) by wicked methods ? cit dæmonia, et omnia ei sub- They answered, He is a conjecta sunt. Pilatus dicit; jurer, and cafts out devils by Istud non est in spiritu im- the prince of the devils “; and mundo ejicere dæmonia, fed (To) all things become subject in virtute Dei. Dicunt et to him. Then said Pilate, Judæi Pilato; Rogamus mag- Casting out devils seems not to nitudinem veftram, ut eum be the work of an unclean jubeatis aftare ante vestrum Spirit, but to proceed from the tribunal, et audite eum. Ad- power of God. The Jews vocans autem Pilatus curso- replied to Pilate, We entreat rem, dicit ei; Qua ratione your highness to summon him adducetur Christus? Exiens to appear before your tribunal, vero cursor, et agnoscens and hear him yourself. Then eum, adoravit, et fasciale in- Pilate called a messenger, and volutorium, quod ferebat in faid to him, By what means manu sua, expandit in terra, will Christ be brought hither? dicens, Domine, super hoc Then went the inessenger ambula; ingredere, quia præ- forth, and knowing Christ, ses te vocat. Videntes au- worshipped him; and having tem Judæi quod fecit cursor, spread the cloak which he exclarnaverunt ad Pilatum, had in his hand upon the dicentes, Quare sub voce ground, he said, Lord, walk præconis non juffifti eum in- upon this, and go in, for the
governor calls thee. When the Jews perceived what the messenger had done, they exclaimed (against him) to Pilate, and said, Why did not you give troire, et non per cursorem? him his fummons by a beadle, Cursor enim videns eum ado- and not by a messenger? For ravit illum, et fasciale, quod the messenger, when he saw tenebat in manu, expandit him, worshipped him, and ante eum in terra, et dixit ei, spread the cloak which he had Domine, vocat te præses. in his hand upon the ground Advocans autem Pilatus cur- before him, and said to him, forem, dixit, Quare hoc fe- Lord, the governor calls thee. cifti ? Dixit ei cursor, Quan- Then Pilate called the mefdo misisti me de lerofolyma fenger, and said, Why haft ad Alexandrum, vidi Jefum thou done thus ? The messenfedentem fuper afinam hu- ģer replied, When thou fenteft milem, et pueri Hebræoruin me from Jerusalem to Alexanclamabant Ofanna, ramos te- der, I saw Jefus fitting in a nentes in manibus fuis ; alii mean figure upon a je-ass, autem sternebant vestimenta and the children of the Hefua in via, dicentes, Salva nos brews cried out Osanna, holdqui es in cælis; Beneditus ing boughs of trees in their qui venis in nomine Domini. hands; others spread their Clamaverunt ergo adversus garments in the way, and said, cursorem Judæi, dicentes, Pu- Save us, thou who art in eri quidem Hebræorum He- heaven; blessed is he who braice clamabant; tu autem cometh in the name of the quum fis Græcus, quomodo Lorda. Then the Jews cried linguam Hebræam nosti? out against the messenger, Dicit eis cursor, Interrogavi (and faid) The children of the quendam Judæorum, et dixi Hebrews made their acclamaei, Quid eft quod clamant tions in the Hebrew language; pueri Hebraice ? et iste mihi and how couldest thou, who difcernit, dicens, Ofanna enim art a Greek, understand the clamant, quod interpretatur, Hebrew? The messenger anO Domine, falvum me fac, seu swered them and said, I asked
a Exod. xx. 8, &c.
* Matt. ix. 34. & xii. 24, &c.
one of the Jews, and said, What is this which the children do cry out in the Hebrew language? and he explained it to me, saying, They cry out Osanna, which being interpreted, is, O Lord, save me; or, O
Domine, falva. Dicit eis Pi. Lord, fave. Pilate then said latus, Vos autem cur attefta- to them, Why do you yourselves mini voces quas pueri dixe- testify to the words spoken by runt ? Quid peccavit cursor ? the children? (viz. by your et ipfi tacuerunt. Dixit cur. silence.) In what has the fori præses, Exi, et quovis messenger done amiss? And ordine introduc eum. Exiens they were filent. Then the vero cursor, fecit ficut et pri- governor faid unto the mes. ori schemate, et dicit ad eum, senger, Go forth, and endeaDomine, ingredere, quoniam vour by any means to bring vocat te præses. Ingreffus him in. But the messenger autem Jesus ad figniferos, qui went forth, and did as before; figna ferebant, curvata funt and said, Lord, come in, for capita eorum, et adoraverunt the governor calleth thee, AndJefum. Hinc Judæi magis cla as Jesus was going in by the mabant adversus figniferos, enfigns, who carried the standPilatus vero dicit ad Judæos, ards, the tops of them bowed Non laudatis quod ex fe cur- down and worshipped Jesus. vata funt capita fignorum, et Whereupon the Jews exadoraverunt Jesum; fed quo claimed more vehemently amodo clamatis ad figniferos, gainst the enfigns. But Pio quia ipfi fe curvaverunt et late said to the Jews, I know adoraverunt? Dixerunt illi it is not pleasing to you that Pilato, Nos vidimus, quoniam the tops of the standards did of inclinaverunt fe figniferi, et themselves bow, and worship adoraverunt Jefum. Advo. Jesus; but why do ye exclaim cans vero figniferos præfes against the enfigns, as if they dixit eis, Quare fic feciftis ? had bowed and worshipped? Dicunt figniferi Pilato, Nos They replied to Pilate, We viri Pagani fumus, et tem- far the ensigns themselves bowplorum fervi; quomodo ha- ing and worshipping Jesus. buimus adorare eum? Etenim Then the governor called the nos tenèntes figna curvave- ensigns, and said unto them, runt se, et adoraverunt eum. Why did you do thus? The en
figns said to Pilate, We are all Pagans, and worship (the gods) in temples; and how should we think any thing about worshipping him? We only held the standards in our hands, and they bowed themselves and worshipped
Dicit Pilatus ad Archifyna- him. Then said Pilate to the gogos, Eligite vos viros po- rulers of the synagogue, Do ye tentes, et ipsi contineant fig- yourselves choose fome strong men, na, et videamus fi ex se cur- and let them hold the standards, ventur. Aspicientes autem and we shall see whether they feniores Judæorum viros duo- will then bend of themselves. decim fortissimos potentesque So the elders of the Jews senes, fecerunt continere sig, fought out twelve of the most na, et fteterunt ante conspec- strong and able old men, and tum præsidis. Dicit Pilatus made them hold the standards; cursori, Ejice Jesum foras, et and they stood in the presence intromitte eum iterum quali- of the governors. Then Pivis ordine : et exivit foras late said to the messenger, prætorium Jesus, et cursor. Take Jesus out, and by fome Et advocans Pilatus figni- means bring him in again. feros, qui tenebant figna pri- And Jesus and the messenger ores, jurans eis per falutem went out of the hall. And Cæfaris, quia fi non fic ferant Pilate called the ensigns who signa ingrediente Jesu, præci- before had born the standards, dam capita vestra. Et juffit and swore to them, that if præses ingredi Jesum fecun- they had not born the standdo ;.. etfecit cursor eodem ards in that manner when Jeschemate ficut et prius, et sus (before) entered in, he multum deprecatus est Jesum, would cut off their heads. at superascenderet et ambu- Then the governor comlaret super fasciale suum; et manded Jesus to come in afuperambulavit et ingreffus gain; and the messenger did est. Introeunte autem Jesu as he had done before, and curvaverunt fe figna, et ado- very much entreated Jesus raverunt eum.
that he would go upon his
cloak, and walk on it; and he did walk upon it, and went in. And when Jesus went in, the standards bowed themselves (as before) and worshipped him.
(as befonen Jesus ''; and
· II. Videns autem Pilatus, timor apprehendit eum, et cæpit exsurgere de sede sua.
II. But when Pilate faw this, he was afraid, and was about to rise from his feat.