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17在 房上 的,不要 下来 拿 家里 的东西 ;
17Let him which is on the housetop not come down to take any thing out of his house:
17 Verse 17. Let him which is on the house top] The houses of the

Jews, as well as those of the ancient Greeks and Romans, were

flat-roofed, and had stairs on the outside, by which persons might

ascend and descend without coming into the house. In the eastern

walled cities, these flat-roofed houses usually formed continued

terraces from one end of the city to the other; which terraces

terminated at the gates. He, therefore, who is walking on the

house top, let him not come down to take any thing out of his

house; but let him instantly pursue his course along the tops of

the houses, and escape out at the city gate as fast as he can.



Any thing] Instead of τι, any thing, we should read τα,

the things; which reading is supported by all the best MSS.,

versions, and fathers.

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