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Author: Artaxerxes I, King of Persia, d. 425 or 4 B.C.
Title: The folly and wisdom of the ancients:: in tvvo letters wonderfully preserved for almost 2000 years. Translated out of the Greek copy, and recommended to the judicious, to consider how far the case therein exprest, may concern our present times, either prophetically or parallel. Being two letters of Artaxerxes that great king, as they are recorded by Josephus, in his 11th. book, and 6th. chap.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The folly and wisdom of the ancients:: in tvvo letters wonderfully preserved for almost 2000 years. Translated out of the Greek copy, and recommended to the judicious, to consider how far the case therein exprest, may concern our present times, either prophetically or parallel. Being two letters of Artaxerxes that great king, as they are recorded by Josephus, in his 11th. book, and 6th. chap.
Artaxerxes I, King of Persia, d. 425 or 4 B.C., Josephus, Flavius. Antiquitates Judaicae

London: Printed for F. Smith, at the Sign of the Elephant and Castle, without Temple-Bar, 1661.
Alternate titles: Correspondence. English.
Subject terms:
Kings and rulers
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75626.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE Folly & Wisdome OF THE ANCIENTS:
The First Letter.
Here followeth part of the Prayer unto God, in behalf of the People Designed for Slaughter.
Soone after, a Second Letter, in Opposition to the For∣mer Hasty Decree, thus followeth.