And every man went unto his own house.
] The officers not bringing Jesus with them, and the sanhedrim being posed with Nicodemus, broke up without doing any business, and every member of it went home: this we may suppose was about the time of the evening sacrifice: for
``the great sanhedrim sat from the time of the morning daily sacrifice, to the time of the evening daily sacrifice F2:''and it is said F3, that
``after the evening daily sacrifice, the sanhedrim went, (Mtybl) , "to their own houses";''as they now did, and not to their booths, the feast of tabernacles being now over.
F2 Maimon. Hilchot Sanhedrin, c. 3. sect. 1.
F3 Piske Tosephot Sanhedrin, art. 35.