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" Theodosius the Great When this emperor permitted all the heathen temples in the Roman empire to be destroyed, the magnificent temple of Jupiter Serapis was not spared. A mob of fanatic Christians, led on by the Archbishop Theophilus, stormed and destroyed... "
Dynamic Sociology: Or Applied Social Science - Page 303
by Lester Frank Ward - 1883
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Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, Volume 1

James Strong, John McClintock - Bible - 1867
...mob of fanatic Christians, led on by the Archbishop Theophilus, storjmed and destroyed the temple, together, it is most likely, with the greater part of its literary treasures, in AD 391. It was at this time that the destruction of the library was begun, and not at the taking of...
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Chambers's encyclopędia: a dictionary of universal knowledge, Volume 1

Reference - 1868
...A mob of fanatic Christians, led on by the Archbishop Theophilus, stormed and destroyed the temple, together, it is most likely, with the greater part...the taking of Alexandria by the Arabians, under the Calif Omar. The story, at least, is ridiculously exaggerated which relates that the Arabs found a sufficient...
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for ..., Volume 1

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1868
...A mob of fanatic Christians, led on by the Archbishop Theophilus, stormed and destroyed the temple, together, it is most likely, with the greater part...the taking of Alexandria by the Arabians, under the Calif Omar. The story, at least, is ridiculously exaggerated which relates that the Arabs found a sufficient...
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Chambers's Encyclopędia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1878
...Theophilus, stormed and destroyed the temple, together, it is most likely, with the greater part of ite literary treasures, in 391 AD It was at this time...the taking of Alexandria by the Arabians, under the Calif Omar. The story, at least, is ridiculously exaggerated which relates that the Arab« found a...
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Library of Universal Knowledge, Volume 1

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1879
...mob of fanatic Christians, led on by the Archbifchop Theophilns, stormed and destroyed the temple, together, it is most likely, with the greater part...the taking of Alexandria by the Arabians, under the Calif Omar. The story, at least, i* ridiculously exaggerated which relates that the Arabs found a sufficient...
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Library of Universal Knowledge: A Reprint of the Last (1880 ..., Volume 1

Encyclopedias - 1880
...destroyed the temple, together, it is most likelv, with the greater part of its literary treasures, inJiOl AD It was at this time that the destruction of the...Alexandria by the Arabians, under the caliph Omar. The"story, at least, is ridiculously exaggerated which relates that the Arabs found a sufficient number...
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for ..., Volume 1

1883
...mob of fanatic Christians, led on by the Archbishop Tlicopliilus, stormed and destroyed the temple, together, it is most likely, with the greater part of its literary treasures, in Kill An It was at this time that the destruction of the Library was begun, ami not at the taking of...
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Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge, Volume 1

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1888
...A mob of fanatic Christians, led on by the Archbishop Theophilus, stormed and destroyed the temple, together, it is most likely, with the greater part...begun, and not at the taking of Alexandria by the Arabs, under the Calif Omar, in 641, when its destruction was merely completed. A ridiculously exaggerated,...
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Chamber's encyclopaedia: a dictionary of universal knowledge, Volume 1

Reference - 1888
...led on by the Archbishop Theophilus, stormed and destroyed the temple, together, it is most likelv, with the greater part of its literary treasures, in...Library was begun, and not at the taking of Alexandria bv the Arabs, under the Calif Omar, in 641, when its destruction was merely completed. A ridiculously...
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Columbian Cyclopedia

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1897
...spared. A mob of fanatic Christians, led on by the abp. Theophilus, stormed and destroyed the temple, together, it is most likely, with the greater part of its literary treasures, 391 AD It was at this time that the destruction of the library was begun, and not at the taking of...
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