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[1, 2] 33873387 John xviii. 19.And the chief priest asked Jesus about his disciples, and about his doctrine.33883388 cf. § 6, 40, note. 33893389 John xviii. 20.And Jesus said unto him, I was speaking33903390 Peshitta, spake; Sin. omits the verse; Cur. lacking. openly to the people; and I ever taught in the synagogue, and in the temple, where all the Jews gather; and I have spoken nothing in  [Arabic, p. 185] secret. 33913391 John xviii. 21.Why askest thou me? ask those that have heard, what I spake unto  them: for they know all that I said. 33923392 John xviii. 22.And when he had said that, one of the soldiers which were standing there struck the cheek33933393 See § 9, 7, note. of Jesus, and said unto him, 119 Dost thou thus answer the chief priest? 33943394 John xviii. 23.Jesus answered and said unto him, If I  have spoken evil, bear witness of evil:33953395 Borg. ms. has the evil. but if well, why didst thou smite me? 33963396 John xviii. 24.And Annas sent Jesus bound unto Caiaphas the chief priest.
 33973397 John xviii. 25a.And when Jesus went out, Simon Cephas was standing in the outer court warming  himself. 33983398 Mark xiv. 69a.And that maid saw him again, and began to say to those that stood  by, This man also was there with Jesus the Nazarene. 33993399 Matt. xxvi. 71b; Matt. xxvi. 73b.And those that stood by  came forward and said to Cephas, Truly thou art one of his disciples. 34003400 Matt. xxvi. 72.And he  denied again with an oath, I know not the man. 34013401 Luke xxii. 58a; John xviii. 26a.And after a little one of the servants of the chief priest, the kinsman of him whose ear Simon cut off, saw him; and  he disputed34023402 This is an alternative meaning of the Syriac word affirmed, used in the Peshitta. and said, Truly this man was with him: 34033403 Luke xxii. 59b.and he also is a Galilæan;  and his speech resembles.34043404 cf. Sinaitic (Curetonian wanting). Vat. ms., which Ciasca follows, adds him or it. 34053405 Matt. xxvi. 73c; John xviii. 26b.And he said unto Simon, Did not I see thee with him  in the garden? 34063406 Mark xiv. 71.Then began Simon to curse,34073407 Borg. ms., by adding diacritical points, gets asserted. and to swear, I know not this man  whom ye have mentioned. 34083408 Luke xxii. 60b.And immediately, while he was speaking, the cock crew  twice. 34093409 Luke xxii. 61a.And in that hour Jesus turned, he being without, and looked stedfastly at Cephas. And Simon remembered the word of our Lord, which he said unto him, [17, 18] 34103410 Mark xiv. 30b, c.Before the cock crow twice, thou shalt deny me thrice. 34113411 Luke xxii. 62.And Simon went forth without, and wept bitterly.
 [Arabic, p. 186] 34123412 Luke xxii. 66a.And when the morning approached, the servants of all the chief priests and the scribes and the elders of the people and all the multitude assembled, [20, 21] and made a plot; 34133413 Matt. xxvii. 1b.and they took counsel against Jesus to put him to death. 34143414 Matt. xxvi. 59b.And they sought false witnesses who should witness against him, that they might put him to [22, 23] death, and they found not; 34153415 Matt. xxvi. 60a.but many false witnesses came, 34163416 Mark xiv. 59.but their witness did not [24, 25] agree. 34173417 Matt. xxvi. 60b.But at last there came two lying witnesses, 34183418 Mark xiv. 57b; Mark xiv. 58.and said, We heard him say, I will destroy this34193419 Syriac order, but not in agreement with the versions. temple of God that is made with hands, and will build another not [26, 27] made with hands after three days. 34203420 Mark xiv. 59; Matt. xxvi. 63a.And not even so did their witness agree. But Jesus was silent. 34213421 Mark xiv. 60a.And the chief priest rose in the midst, and asked Jesus, and said,  34223422 Matt. xxvi. 62b.Answerest thou not a word concerning anything? what do these34233423 Vat. ms. has anything, when these. witness against [29, 30] thee? 34243424 Mark xiv. 61a.But Jesus was silent, and answered him nothing. 34253425 Luke xxii. 66b.And they took him up  into their assembly,34263426 The word usually means synagogue in this work. and said unto him, If thou art the Messiah, tell us. 34273427 Luke xxii. 67.He said  unto them, If I tell you, ye will not believe me: 34283428 Luke xxii. 68.and if I ask you, ye will not answer  me a word, nor let me go. 34293429 Matt. xxvi. 63b.And the chief priest answered and said unto him, I adjure thee by the living God, that thou tell us whether thou art the Messiah, the [34, 35] Son of the living God. 34303430 Matt. xxvi. 64a.Jesus said unto him, Thou hast said that I am he. 34313431 Luke xxii. 70.They all said unto him, Then thou art now the Son of God? Jesus said, Ye have said  that I am he. 34323432 Matt. xxvi. 64b.I say unto you, that henceforth ye shall see the Son of man sitting  [Arabic, p. 187] at the right hand of power, and coming on the clouds of heaven. 34333433 Mark xiv. 63a; Matt. xxvi. 65b.Then the  chief priest rent his tunic,34343434 The foreign word used in the Peshitta is preserved. The Sinaitic uses a Syriac word meaning garment. and said, He hath blasphemed. 34353435 Luke xxii. 71.And they all said, Why should we seek now witnesses? we have heard now the blasphemy from his mouth. [39, 40] What then think ye? 34363436 Mark xiv. 64b; Matt. xxvi. 66.They all answered and said, He is worthy of death. 34373437 Mark xiv. 65a; Luke xxii. 63b.Then some of them drew near, and spat in his face, and struck him, and scoffed at him.  34383438 Mark xiv. 65c; Matt. xxvi. 68.And the soldiers struck him on his cheeks,34393439 See § 9, 7, note. and said, Prophesy unto us, thou Messiah:  who is he that struck thee? 34403440 Luke xxii. 65.And many other things spake they falsely,34413441 See § 7, 17, note. and said against him.
 34423442 John xviii. 28; Mark xv. 1b.And all of their assembly arose,34433443 cf. Luke xxiii. 1a. and took Jesus, and brought him bound34443444 cf. Matt. xxvii. 2; Mark xv. 1. to  the prætorium,34453445 Arabic, diwdn. and delivered him up to Pilate the judge; 34463446 John xviii. 28c.but they entered not into the prætorium, that they might not be defiled when they should eat the passover.
 34473447 Matt. xxvii. 11a; John xviii. 29.And Jesus stood before the judge. And Pilate went forth unto them without, and  said unto them, What accusation34483448 Lit. plea. have ye against this man? 34493449 John xviii. 30.They answered and said unto him, If he had not been doing evils, neither should we have delivered  him up unto thee. 34503450 Luke xxiii. 2b.We found this man leading our people astray, and restraining from giving tribute to Cæsar, and saying of himself that he is the King, the Messiah.  34513451 John xviii. 31.Pilate said unto them, Then take ye him, and judge him according to your law. 120[Arabic, p. 188] The Jews said unto him, We have no authority to put a man to death:  34523452 John xviii. 32.that the word might be fulfilled, which Jesus spake, when he made known by what manner of death he was to die.
 34533453 John xviii. 33.And Pilate entered into the prætorium, and called Jesus, and said unto him, Art  thou the King of the Jews? 34543454 John xviii. 34.Jesus said unto him, Of thyself saidst thou this, or  did others tell it thee concerning me? 34553455 John xviii. 35.Pilate said unto him, Am I, forsooth,34563456 See § 4, 24, note. a Jew? The sons of thy nation34573457 The Syriac word. and the chief priests delivered thee unto me: what  hast thou done? 34583458 John xviii. 36.Jesus said unto him, My kingdom is not of this world: if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be  delivered to the Jews: now my kingdom is not from hence. 34593459 John xviii. 37.Pilate said unto him, Then thou art a king? Jesus said unto him, Thou hast said that I am a king. And for this was I born, and for this came I into the world, that I should bear witness  of the truth. 34603460 John xviii. 38a.And every one that is of the truth heareth my voice. Pilate said unto him, And what is the truth? And when he said that, he went out again unto the Jews.
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