19 For he shall turn his face toward the forts of [a]his own land: but he shall be overthrown and fall, and be no more [b]found.
20 [c]Then shall stand up in his place in the glory of the kingdom, one that shall raise taxes: but after few days he shall be destroyed, neither in [d]wrath, nor in battle.
21 And in his place shall stand up a [e]vile person, to whom they shall not give the honor of the kingdom: but he shall come in peaceably and obtain the kingdom by flatteries.
Daniel 11:19For fear of the Romans he shall flee to his holds.
Daniel 11:19For when as under the pretence of poverty he would have robbed the Temple of Jupiter Dodomeus, the countrymen slew him.
Daniel 11:20That is, Seleucus shall succeed his father Antiochus.
Daniel 11:20Not by foreign enemies, or battle, but by treason.
Daniel 11:21Which was Antiochus Epiphanes, who as is thought was the occasion of Seleucus his brother’s death, and was of a vile, cruel and flattering nature, and defrauded his brother’s son of the kingdom, and usurped the kingdom without the consent of the people.
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