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(syr v v)
Susanna -- her husband, family, and house.5, 6.
Two newly-appointed Elders resort thither for official purposes.7-14.
How they yielded to the lust of the eye,' and laid their plot.15-21.
How they attempted to carry it out.22-26.
Susanna's soliloquy and cry.27-41.
The Elders' false accusation in private and in public, resulting in her condemnation to death.42-44.
The inspiration of Daniel to clear her.50-59.
He re-opens the case, and proves the Elders to be false: 60-62.
The death-penalty is transferred to them, and Susanna is delivered, 63, 64.
Whose family thank God; while Daniel's reputation is established.
N.B. -- It is not clear why the heading' or contents' in the A. V. begins with v.16. Cf. the heading of Bel and the Dragon for a similar ignoring of the early verses, as also that of I. Macc i.