641 Reading πάντων (with τῶν εἰσαφικνουμένων; so S, Naber, Reinach, and Schreckenberg), rather than πάντες (as the subject, “all,” governing the verb “abused”; so L E, Niese et al.). The verbal abuse by neighbors is not exemplified by the following sections, but arises from Josephus’ knowledge of historical relations with Syrians, the Greek coastal cities, and others. “Those who arrive from abroad” anticipates the comment of 1.193 where it seems to refer euphemistically to conquerors, rather than casual visitors.