The origin and adventures of the Jewish family are noticed by Pagi (Critica, tom. iv. p. 435, A.D. 1124, No. 3, 4), who draws his information from the Chronographus Maurigniacensis, and Arnulphus Sagiensis de Schismate (in Muratori, Script. Ital. tom. iii. P. i. p. 423 - 432). The fact must in some degree be true; yet I could wish that it had been coolly related, before it was turned into a reproach against the antipope.