Shakespeare's ghost has seen two or three posterities, beautifully at odds.
The answer to this question is, that these different expressions of Moses were so ordered on account of the posterities.
Ricardo of the Coxcombe would have some woman 'grave in paper' their 'matchless virtues to posterities.'
late 14c., from Old French posterité (14c.), from Latin posteritatem (nominative posteritas) "future, future time; after-generation, offspring;" literally "the condition of coming after," from posterus "coming after, subsequent," from post "after" (see post-). Old English words for this included æftercneoreso, framcynn.