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" He is now at a loss to give any form to the rude heaps upon which he is gazing. "
The Southern Quarterly Review - 5. oldal
Szerkesztette: - 1850
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository

...first impressions on visiting the supposed site of this ancient city, observes — " The traveller is at a loss to give any form to the rude heaps upon...Those of whose works they are the remains, unlike the Romans and the Greeks, have left no visible traces of their civilization or of their arts; their influence...

Nineveh and Its Remains: With an Account of a Visit to the ..., 1. kötet

Sir Austen Henry Layard - 1849
...in his mind's eye, he can rebuild the temple or the theatre, half doubting whether they would have made a more grateful impression upon the senses than...and the Greek, have left no visible traces of their civilisation, or of their arts : their influence has long since passed away. The more he conjectures,...

The Quarterly Review, 66. kötet;84. kötet

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1849
...in his mind's eye,' he can rebuild the temple or the theatre, half doubting whether they would have made a more grateful impression upon the senses than...Those of whose works they are the remains, unlike the Eoman and the Greek, have left no visible traces of their civilisation, or of their arts : their influence...

The Chinese Repository, 18. kötet

1849
...in his mind's eye, he can rebuild Ihe temple or the theatre, half doubling whether they would have made a more grateful impression upon the senses than...which he is gazing. Those of whose works they are the reinaing, unlike the Roman and tlie Greek, have left no visible traces of their civilisation, or of...

God in history; or, Facts illustrative of the presence and providence of God ...

John Cumming - 1849 - 156 oldal
...the temple or the theatre, half doubting whether they would have made a more grateful impression on the senses than the ruin before him. He is now at...gazing. Those of whose works they are the remains have left no visible traces of their civilization or of their arts — their influence has long since...

Hogg's weekly instructor [afterw.] Hogg's instructor, 3-4. kötet

Titan - 1849
...'in his mind's eye, he can rebuild the temple or the theatre, half doubting whether they would hate made a more grateful impression upon the senses than...ruin before him. He is now at a loss to give any form U> the rnde heaps upon which he is gazing. Those of whose works they are the remains, unlike the Roman...

The Chinese Repository, 18. kötet

1849
...the theatre, half doubting whether they would have made a more grateful impression upon the sensée than the ruin before him. He is now at a loss to give any form to the rudo heaps upon which he is gazing. Those of whose works they are the remains, unlike the Roman and...

The Living Age ..., 21. kötet

1849
...in his mind's eye, he can rebuild the temple or the theatre, half doubting whether they would have made a more grateful impression upon the senses than the ruin before him. lie is now at a loss to give any form to the rude heaps upon which he is gazing. Those of whose works...

Nineveh: its rise and ruin, a course of lectures

John Blackburn - 1850
...Narrative of a Residence in Koordistan, vol. ii. p. 57. * Ainsworth's Researches in Assyria, pp. 125, 126. heaps upon which he is gazing. Those of whose works...their civilization or of their arts ; their influence haa long since passed away. The more he conjectures, the more vague the results appear. The scene around...

Divine providence considered and illustrated

Charles Hargreaves - 1850
...the temple or the theatre, half doubting whether they would have made a more grateful impression on the senses than the ruin before him. He is now at...gazing. Those of whose works they are the remains have left no visible traces of their civilization or of their arts — their influence have long since...




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