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Martyred in the persecutions of Emperor Trajan; he was approximately 92 years old at the time, and was Malta‘s first acknowledged saint.

The scope of this article takes in those compositions which profess to have been written either by Biblical personages or men in intimate relations with them.

Such known works as the Shepherd of Hermas, the Epistle of Barnabas, the Didache (Teaching) of the Twelve Apostles, and the Apostolic Canons and Constitutions, though formerly apocryphal, really belong to patristic literature, and are considered independently.

They paid us great honor and when we eventually set sail they brought us the provisions we needed.

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The poem was left unfinished when the poet was exiled to Tomis, so only the first six months of the year appear in the poem.

Contrary to the practice of previous republics, Publius argued that a republic had a much greater chance of achieving success if it is spread out over a large or extended territory, rather than a small or contracted one.

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(See CANON OF THE OLD TESTAMENT.) The original and proper sense of the term as applied to the pretended sacred books was early obscured.

But a clue to it may be recognized in the so-called Fourth Book of Esdras, which relates that Estrus (Era) by divine inspiration composed ninety-four books.

Accordingly it may be accepted as highly probable that in its original meaning an apocryphal writing had no unfavorable import, but simply denoted a composition which claimed a sacred origin, and was supposed to have been hidden for generations, either absolutely, awaiting the due time of its revelation, or relatively, inasmuch as knowledge of it was confined to a limited esoteric circle.