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Ante-Nicene Fathers, Vol II:
TATIAN: Chapter XXXVII. Testimony of the Phœnicians.

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Chapter XXXVII.—Testimony of the Phœnicians.

After the Chaldeans, the testimony of the Phœnicians is as follows. There were among them three men, Theodotus, Hypsicrates, and Mochus; Chaitus translated their books into Greek, and also composed with exactness the lives of the philosophers. Now, in the histories of the aforesaid writers it is shown that the abduction of Europa happened under one of the kings, and an account is given of the coming of Menelaus into Phœnicia, and of the matters relating to Chiramus, 511 who gave his daughter in marriage to Solomon the king of the Jews, and supplied wood of all kind of trees for the building of the temple. Menander of Pergamus composed a history concerning the same things. But the age of Chiramus is somewhere about the Trojan war; but Solomon, the contemporary of Chiramus, lived much later than the age of Moses.



Called Hiram in our authorized translation.

Next: Chapter XXXVIII. The Egyptians Place Moses in the Reign of Inachus.

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