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28尸首 在 那里 ,鹰 也必聚 在那里 。
28For wheresoever the carcase is, there will the eagles be gathered together.
28 Verse 28. For wheresoever the carcass is] πτωμα, the dead

carcass. The Jewish nation, which was morally and judicially

dead.



There will the eagles] The Roman armies, called so partly from

their strength and fierceness, and partly from the figure of these

animals which was always wrought on their ensigns, or even in

brass, placed on the tops of their ensign-staves. It is

remarkable that the Roman fury pursued these wretched men

wheresoever they were found. They were a dead carcass doomed to

be devoured; and the Roman eagles were the commissioned devourers.

See the pitiful account in Josephus, WAR, b. vii. c. 2, 3, 6, 9,

10, and 11.

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