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" Alexander saw it ; if we give any credit to the report that 10,000 men could only remove the rubbish, preparatory to repairing it, in two months. If indeed it required one half of that number to disencumber it, the state of dilapidation must have been... "
A Classical Dictionary: Containing an Account of the Principal Proper Names ... - Sivu 248
tekijä(t) Charles Anthon - 1848 - 1451 sivua
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A gazetteer of the Old and New Testaments: to which is added the natural ...

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...nearly in the state in which Alexander saw it, if we give any credit to the report that ten thousand men could only remove the rubbish preparatory to repairing...complete. The immense masses of vitrified brick which arc seen BABEI» T HIC SCRIPTURE GAZETTEER. ou the top of the mount appear to have marked its summit...

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...nearly in the state in which Alexander saw it ; if we give any credit to the report that ten thousand men could only remove the rubbish, preparatory to...appear to have marked its summit since the time of its destruction. The rubbish about its base was probably in much greater quantities, the weather having...

The Bible cyclopædia: or, Illustrations of the civil and natural history of ...

William Goodhugh, William Cooke Taylor - 1841
...nearly in the same state in which Alexander saw it, if we give any credit to the report that 10,000 men could only remove the rubbish, preparatory to...of vitrified brick which are seen on the top of the mound appear to have marked its summit since the time of its destruction. The rubbish about its base...

A Classical Dictionary: Containing ... Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient ...

Charles Anthon - 1841
...pretty nearly in the state in which Alexander saw it ; if we give any credit to the report that 10,000 men could only remove the rubbish, preparatory to...complete. The immense masses of vitrified brick which are Been on the top of the mount, appear to have marked its summit since the time of its destruction. The...

A Dictionary of Scripture Geography; Containing Illustrations of All the ...

John R. Miles - 1846 - 486 sivua
...pretty nearly in the state in which Alexander saw it ; if we give any credit to the report that 10,000 men could only remove the rubbish, preparatory to repairing it, in two months. If indeed it required one-half of that number to disencumber it, the state of dilapidation must have been complete. The immense...

Nineveh and Persepolis: An Historical Sketch of Ancient Assyria and Persia ...

William Sandys Wright Vaux - 1850 - 436 sivua
...nearly in the state in which Alexander saw it ; if we give any credit to the report that ten thousand men could only remove the rubbish preparatory to repairing...appear to have marked its summit since the time of its destruction. The rubbish about its base was probably in much greater quantities, the weather having...

A Biblical and Theological Dictionary: Illustrative of the Old and New ...

John Farrar - 1852 - 656 sivua
...nearly in the state in which Alexander saw it, if we give any credit to the report, that ten thousand men could only remove the rubbish, preparatory to...repairing it, in two months. If, indeed, it required one-half of that number to disencumber it, the state of dilapidation must have been complete. The immense...

The seven wonders of the world, with their associations in art & history

Seven wonders - 1854
...pretty nearly in the state in which Alexander saw it ; if we give any credit to the report that 10,000 men could only remove the rubbish, . preparatory to...repairing it, in two months. If, indeed, it required onehalf of that number to disencumber it, the state of dilapidation must have been complete. The immense...

The Seven Wonders of the World: And Their Associations ; with Eight ...

Theodore Alois Buckley - 1854 - 300 sivua
...nearly in the state in which Alexander saw it ; if we give any credit to the report that ten thousand men could only remove the, rubbish, preparatory to...repairing it, in two months. If, indeed, it required one-half of that number to disencumber it, the state of dilapidation must have been complete. The immense...

A Classical Dictionary: Containing an Account of the Principal Proper Names ...

Charles Anthon - 1855 - 1451 sivua
...pretty nearly in the slate in which Alexander saw it ; if we give any credit to the report that 10,000 men could only remove the rubbish, preparatory to...complete. The immense masses of vitrified brick which arc seen on the top of the mount, appear to have marked its summit since the time of its destruction....




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