By Yefet ben Eli (Abū ʽAlī al-Ḥasan ibn ʽAlī al-Lāwī al-Baṣrī), D.S. Margoliouth
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2) let it : be wet with the dew of heaven symbolical. let ; (3) let ; his heart be changed ; the rest are all seven times pass over him some persons have thought these times mean seasons,' making a total of less than two years others, that they were years,' which is more probable; the period apparently was extended, and the Creator humiliated him. Then the angel states that all this had come upon him that he might know that the kingdom is God's, and that He gives it to whom He will, though he be the lowest of the people (ver.
The most probable account of this matter is that Daniel had never come before him, and had never known him at all, having been absent from after which he returned, very probably Babylon during this year (see on viii. i) ; COMMENTARY ON DANIEL. V. ] Next she described Daniel for this very purpose, providentially. might know him and his skill. (2) 27 to him he that In verse II she ascribed to him four characteristics: (i) spirit of the gods; In the next verse she repeats some light (3) understanding (4) wisdom.