|Overview - Daniel 8|
|1||Daniel's vision of the ram and he goat.|
|13||The two thousand three hundred days of the suspension of the daily sacrifice.|
|15||Gabriel comforts Daniel, and interprets the vision.|
Daniel 8:3 (King James Version)
Then I lifted up mine eyes, and saw, and, behold, there stood before the river a ram which had two horns: and the two horns were high; but one was higher than the other, and the higher came up last.
- I lifted
- 10:5 Numbers 24:2 ; Joshua 5:13 ; 1 Chronicles 21:16 ; Zechariah 1:18 ; 2:1 Zechariah 5:1 Zechariah 5:5 Zechariah 5:9 6:1
- a ram
- The Medo-Persian empire, of which a ram was the ensign; and a ram's head with horns, one higher than the other, is still to be seen on the ruins of Persepolis.
- 20 ; 2:39 7:5
- Media was the more ancient kingdom; but Persia, after Cyrus, was the most considerable.
- 5:31 6:28 Ezra 1:2 ; 4:5 Esther 1:3 ; Isaiah 13:17 ; 21:2 44:28 Jeremiah 51:11
- the other
- Hebrew the second.