¶Of the hill Colgatha. Cap. 18.
AS Ierome saith, Golgatha is ye mount of Caluarie, there our Lord was nai∣led to the crosse for saluation of man∣kind: & yet this day it is shewed in Helia in the North side of the mount Sion, & is called the place of Caluarie: for there condemned men should be beheaded, as Isidore saith.
(*Caluaria a common place of buri∣all: some men suppose, that it was the place where Adam the first man was buried neere to Ierusalem.)