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" I was not surprised that the Arabs had been amazed and terrified at this apparition. It required no stretch of imagination to conjure up the most strange fancies. This gigantic head, blanched with age, thus rising from the bowels of the earth, might well... "
How to see the British museum, in 4 visits - PÓgina 177
per William Blanchard Jerrold - 1852
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The Living Age ..., Volum 20

1849
...stretch of imagination to conjure up the most strange fancies. This gigantic head, blanched with ige, thus rising from the bowels of the earth, might well...glimpse of the monster, had thrown down his basket and run oil" towards Mosul as fast as his legs could carry him. I learnt this with regret, as I anticipated...
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The United States Democratic Review, Volum 24

1849
...stretch of inniginfition to conjure up the most strange fancies. This gigantic head, blanched with nge, thus rising from the bowels of the earth, might well...glimpse of the monster, had thrown down his basket and run off towards Mosul, ns fast as his legs could carry him. T learnt this with regret, as I anticipated...
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The New Monthly Magazine and Humorist, Volum 85

1849
...head, blanched with age, thus rising from the bowels of the earth, might have belonaed to one of those beings which are pictured in the traditions of the...glimpse of the monster, had thrown down his basket, and run off towards Mosul as fa.t as his legs would carry him. i learnt this with regret, as I anticipated...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volum 85

1849
...head, blanched with age, thus rising from the bowels of the earth, might have belonjed to one of those beings which are pictured in the traditions of the...glimpse of the monster, had thrown down his basket, and run off towards. Mosul as fast as his legs would carry him. 1 learnt this with regret, as I anticipated...
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Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country, Volum 39

1849
...beings which are pictured in the traditions of the country, as appearing to mortals, slowly rising from the regions below. One of the workmen, on catching...glimpse of the monster, had thrown down his basket and ran off towards Mosul as fast as his legs could carry him. Here is a description of the establishment...
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Sharpe's London Magazine of Entertainment and Instruction, for ..., Volum 9

1849
...аs appearing to mortals, slowly aseending from the regions below. One of the workmen, on eatehing the first glimpse of the monster, had thrown down his basket and nm off towards Mosul as fast as his legs eould eurry him. Abderrahman, followed by half his tribe,...
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Sharpe's London Magazine, Volum 9

1849
...eountry as appearing to mortals, slowly aseending from the regions below. One of the workmen, on eatehing the first glimpse of the monster, had thrown down his basket and ran off towards Mosul as fast as bis legs eould earry him. Abderrahman, followed by half his tribe,...
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Ruins of Sacred and Historic Lands

1850 - 392 pÓgines
...the humanheaded Bulls hitherto found in Assyria, was rounded and without ornament at the top. " I was not surprised that the Arabs had been amazed and terrified...off towards Mosul as fast as his legs could carry him. I learnt this with regret as I anticipated the consequences. Whilst I was superintending the removal...
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Nineveh and Its Remains: With an Account of a Visit to the Chaldean ..., Volum 2

Austen Henry Layard - 1850 - 266 pÓgines
...the human-headed bulls hitherto found in Assyria, was rounded and without ornament at the top. I was not surprised that the Arabs had been amazed and terrified...monster, had thrown down his basket and had run off 27 towards Mosul as fast as his legs could carry him. I loarnt this with regret, as I anticipated the...
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Southern Quarterly Review, Volum 16

Daniel Kimball Whitaker, Milton Clapp, William Gilmore Simms, James Henley Thornwell - 1850
...might well have belonged to one of those fearful beings, which are pictured in the traditions of ihe country, as appearing to mortals, slowly ascending...glimpse of the monster, had thrown down his basket and ran off towards Mosul as fast as his legs could carry him. I learned this with regret, as I anticipated...
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