Ancient oriental nations and Greece

Moses Coit Tyler
R. S. Peale, J. A. Hill, 1897

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PÓgina 490 - Let me not yet, O Varuna, enter into the house of clay: have mercy, almighty, have mercy. " If I go along trembling like a cloud driven by the wind : have mercy, almighty, have mercy...
PÓgina 482 - Ocean, on the south by the Indian Ocean and on the west by the...
PÓgina 488 - He who gives life, he who gives strength ; whose command all the Bright Gods revere ; whose shadow is immortality, whose shadow is death.
PÓgina 489 - He to Whom heaven and earth, standing firm by His will, look up trembling inwardly — He over Whom the rising sun shines forth ; who is the God...
PÓgina 688 - King Artaxerxes thinks it just that the cities in Asia and the islands of Clazomenae and Cyprus should belong to him. He also thinks it just to leave all the other Grecian cities, both small and great, independent, — except Lemnos, Imbros, and Scyros, which are to belong to Athens, as of old.
PÓgina 490 - Thirst came upon the worshipper though he stood in the midst of the waters : have mercy, almighty, have mercy ! " Whenever we men, O Varuna, commit an offence before the heavenly host, whenever we break the law through thoughtlessness : have mercy, almighty, have mercy !
PÓgina 514 - Let no man think lightly of evil, saying in his heart, It will not come nigh unto me. Even by the falling of water-drops a waterpot is filled; the fool becomes full of evil, even if he gather it little by little. Let no man think lightly of good, saying in his heart, It will not come nigh unto me.
PÓgina 514 - Not to commit any sin, to do good, and to purify one's mind, that is the teaching of all the Awakened.
PÓgina 566 - On them, of all creation blest, Sweet insect, that delight'st to rest Upon the wild wood's leafy tops, To drink the dew that morning drops, And chirp thy song with such a glee, T'mt happiest kings may envy tliee.
PÓgina 534 - When you know a thing, to hold that you know it; and when you do not know a thing, to allow that you do not know it;—this is knowledge.