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                  Titre : Opera omnia. Vol. 7 / edidit Ch. Frisch...

                  Auteur : Kepler, Johannes (1571-1630)

                  Éditeur : Heyder et Zimmer (Frankofurti a. M.)

                  Date d'édition : 1858-1871

                  Contributeur : Frisch, Christian (1807-1882). Éditeur scientifique

                  Sujet : Astronomie

                  Type : monographie imprimée

                  Langue : Latin

                  Format : 8 vol. : fig. et pl. ; gr. in-8

                  Format : application/pdf

                  Droits : domaine public

                  Identifiant : ark:/12148/bpt6k949604

                  Source : Université de Paris Sud 11, B2-120-7

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                  Date de mise en ligne : 15/10/2007

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                  In Sleidnni librum de quatuor Monarchiis

                  780

                  Nam ut de hac ùnucnanui dicatur, meminit ejus etiarn Herodotus, Medos
                  se. Assyriorum jugurn excussisse et in libertatem se asseruisse. Jam vero porro
                  magna est varictas auetorum. Narii Diodorus et Kusebius ab hoc Arbaeo
                  (quae vox totidem radicales habet, quot Harpagus, vox medica, apud Hero-

                  dotum, quemque Suidas non Medum, sed Pcrsam .sivo Persea vocat (dicens:

                  <>v7ui k'hfnyt} vno nnjtîkojr), ab hoc inqiiam mimerant roges Assuïae ex Medica
                  lamilia 4, se. Mandanem vel Medidum, Sarsomenem vcl Sosarum, Artecamiin
                  Caidiecam vcl Arbiancm, usquo ad Deiocem. At Ilerodotus Medos ab Arbace
                  liberos vixisse usque ad Deiocem ait, atque Dcioconi partim neeessitate, par-
                  tim astu ejus circumventos in regnum ascivisse. hem in nominibus a Deioce
                  usquo ad Cymm variatur. Nam Phraortcs Herodoti est Diodoro Art'mes, Cya-
                  xares illius est buic Artabauus, et Astibaras forte Assuerus, et quiiin Hero-
                  dotlls vocat Astyagem i)iodoro is Apanda est. Sic ot m nuineris annorum
                  iiïipcrii variant, ut vix uilibi major sit difficultas. Kxistimo tameri, quia Hero-
                  dotus militas gentes Medorum recenset, unam aut aliquas illarum vixisse libéras,
                  reliquas suo régi paruisse, qui idem i'uerit rex Assyriae, successione Sardana-
                  pali et Arbacis.

                  Enimvcro, quia Diodorus ipse ab Herodoto dissentit, Trogus vero Dio-
                  doro débet quidquid habet, et quia omnes hi posteriores J'uurc, quani liaec
                  gesta sunt, atque insuper regionum longe a Media dissitaruin cives, non débet
                  nobis major esse ullius auctoritas, (tuam S. Literarum, qiianun scriptorcs de rébus
                  suae aetatis et ad se suamque patriam pertinentibiis agunt. Graecis igitur
                  hoc credeinus: cum langiierent belli studia sub Sardanapalo, vieini Aegyptii,
                  Arabes et Syrii contra invalcscerent, justa cura stimulâtes proceres imperii,
                  Arbacem et Belochum, de mutaudo praesonti rerum statu consilium iniisac
                  conventumque, ut Belochus Bal)yloniae praefeeturam ag^ret, Arbaces Medua
                  irnperium Assyriae teneret. Hujus nmtationi.s imperii nulla cxstat in Scriptura
                  mentio. At juxta teniporum ratio evincit, cum, qui hac terapestate Assyriam
                  tenuit, Phul appellari in S. Literis; Arbaces autein tenuit Assyriam, Arbaces
                  igitur didtur Phul in Sacris. liaec conjectura eoniirmatur aliquot rationibus
                  contra Metasthenem, cui Belochus iste Phul est: 1) S. Literae accurate distin-
                  giuint inter reges Assyrios et lîabylonicos ejus temporis, dicunt autem Phul
                  regem Assyriae. Belochum vero Graeci n.ibylonicum esse dicunt, urgo Belo-
                  chus et Phul non sunt unus et idem, sed potins Arbaces et Phul; ti) Graeci
                  ajunt, suecessores Arhacis tenuisse Ninum, non Bclochi, at. 8. Literae dicunt,
                  pronepotem hujus Phul, Sancheribum, reversum esse in Ninivem regiam: ergo
                  Phul est Arbaces; 3) regibus Assyriac ab Arbace Graeci dicunt ctiam paruisse
                  Mediam, cujus cives crant illi, at S. Literae Salmanassari, llepoti Phulia, tri-
                  buunt Mediam: ergo Phul est Arbaces, is qui Sardanapalum ope Belochi,
                  copiis vero Medicis fregit et evertit. Cum igitur Assyrii hactenus nnnis Ô2O,
                  se. ab anno m. *>G24, Jabine Palestinae et Oanaae tyranno, superiorem Asiam
                  et in hac Mediam quoque obtinuissent, primi Medi duce Arbace hoc modo ab
                  ipsis detieere coeperunt, qui cum Assyriis pro libertate proeliati strenue se
                  gesaerunt, exctissoquc servitutis jugo ill libertatem sese asseruerunt. Nam quia
                  duci suo tribuli, Arbaci, virtute sua imperium pepererunt, Arbaces libertatem
                  illis praemii loco dédit, ut porro suis legibus illis vivere liceret.
                  Sublato Sardanapalo Phul regni insessol', quod lioc bello quacsiverat, ut
                  vêtus disciplina militaris revocaretur, id statim cum regno tentavit. Domi nam-
                  que compositis rébus, expeditionem in vicinam Syriam suscepit regemque Israclis
                  Manahem (2. Reg. 15. 17), qui ab anno 3176 ad 8186 alieno regno praefuit,


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