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" It is impossible to imagine desolation more complete ; we could see neither sun, earth, nor sky : the plain at ten paces distance was absolutely imperceptible : our beasts, as well as ourselves, were so covered as to render breathing difficult ; they... "
A Gazetteer of the World: AA-Brazey - Pągina 78
1856
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A Biblical and Theological Dictionary: Illustrative of the Old and New ...

John Farrar - 1852 - 656 pągines
...absolutely imperceptible : our beasts, like ourselves, were so covered as to render breathing very difficult ; they hid their faces in the ground, and...Jupiter Ammon, and the destruction of the Persian army of Cambyses, in the Libyan desert, rose to my recollection, with new impressions made by the horror...
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The Friend of youth, and child's magazine

1862
...imperceptible. Our beasts, as well as ourselves, were so covered as to render breathing very difficult; th«y hid their faces in the ground, and we could only uncover...and wait impatiently for its abatement. Alexander's jonroey to the Temple of Jupiter Ammon, and the destruction of the Persian armies of Cambyses in the...
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A biblical dictionary

James Austin Bastow - 1859
...the plain at ten paces distance was absolutely imperceptible : our beasts, as well as ourselves, were so covered as to render breathing difficult ; they...abatement. Alexander's journey to the temple of Jupiter Arnmon, and the destruction of the Persian armies of Cambyses, in the Libyan desert, rose to my recollection...
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The Trilogy: Or Dante's Three Visions, Volum 1

Dante Alighieri - 1859
...in the desert of Suez. During the chaos of mid-day darkness, which obliterated sun, earth, and sky, Alexander's journey to the temple of Jupiter Ammon, and the destruction of the Persian army of Cambyses rose to his recollection, with new impressions from the horror of the scene. And Addison's...
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A Biblical Cyclopędia ; Or, Dictionary of Eastern Antiquities, Geography ...

John Eadie - 1868 - 690 pągines
...absolutely imperceptible : our beasts as well as ourselves were so covered as to render breathing very ! Lybian desert, rose to my recollection with new impressions, made by the horror of the scene before...
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A biblical dictionary

James Austin Bastow - 1868
...the plain at ten paces distance was absolutely imperceptible: our beasts, as well as ourselves, were so covered as to render breathing difficult; they...faces in the ground, and we could only uncover our ov,n for a moment, to behold this chaos of midday darkness, and wait impatiently for its ulu .incut....
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A Biblical Cyclopaedia, Or, Dictionary of Eastern Antiquities, Geography ...

John Eadie - 1870 - 694 pągines
...absolutely imperceptible : our beasts as well as ourselves were so covered as to render breathing very difficult ; they hid their faces in the ground, and...destruction of the Persian armies of Cambyses, in the Lybian desert, rose to my recollection with new impressions, made by the horror of the scene before...
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To Sinai and Syene and Back in 1860 and 1861

William Beamont - 1871 - 332 pągines
...the plain at ten paces distance was absolutely imperceptible : our beasts, as well as ourselves, were so covered as to render breathing difficult ; they...chaos of mid-day darkness, and wait impatiently for it to abate. Alexander's journey to the temple of Jupiter Ammon, and the destruction of the Persian...
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A biblical dictionary

James Austin Bastow - 1876
...the plain at ten paces distance was absolutely imperceptible: our beasts, as well as ourselves, were so covered as to render breathing difficult; they...darkness, and wait impatiently for its abatement. Its fury spent itself, like the storms of ocean, in sudden lulls and squalls: but it was not until...
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