Know then that the apostles were Twelve and Seventy. It is said that each one of the Twelve and of the Seventy wrote a gospel; but in order that there might be no contention and that the number of "Acts" might not be multiplied, the apostles adopted a plan and chose two of the Seventy, Luke and Mark, and two of the Twelve, Matthew and John. (The Book of the Bee, the Cyraic Text, an apocryphal book by Bishop Solomon, native of Armenia, written in 1559; published by Oxford Univ., 1886; pp. 103, 114-115)
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