2 a In the yere an hundredth and thirtie after the flood.
2 b To wit, Nimrod and his companie.
2 c That is, from Armenia where the Arke staied.
5 f Meaning, that he declared by effect that he knewe their wicked enterprise: for Gods power is euerie where.
6 ! The buylding of Babel was the cause of the confusion of tongues.
7 i By this great plague of the confusion of tongues appeareth Gods horrible judgement against mans pride and vaine glorie.
7 h He speaketh as thogh he toke counsel with his owne wisdome and power: to wit, with the Sonne and holy Gost: signifying the greatnes and certeintie of the punishement.
10 k He returneth to the genealogie of Shem, to come to the historie of Abram, wherein the Church of God is described, which is Moses principal purpose.
27 l He maketh mencion first of Abram, not because he was the first borne, but for the historie, which properly apperteineth vnto him.
31 n Albeit the oracle of God came to Abram, yet the honour is giuen to Terah because he was the father.
31 o Which was a citie of Mesopotamia.
31 ! Abrams departeure from Ur with his father Terah, Sarai & Lot.