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" The most remarkable precious stones are the diamond which is colorless and transparent, the sapphire blue, the topaz yellow, the amethyst purple, and the garnet a deep red. The first nations who paid attention to architecture were the Babylonians who... "
Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography - Page 542
by Peter Parley (pseud.), Elizabeth Manning Hawthorne - 1869
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Crossley's Comprehensive class book

John Thomas Crossley - 1845
...transformed into the lofty 3 column, and the natural vault of a cavern into the splendid ' pantheon. The first nations who paid attention to architecture were the Babylonians, who built the temple of 4Belus and the hanging gardens ; the Assyrians, who filled Nineveh with splendid buildings; the *Pho3nicians,...
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A practical introduction to English composition, by R. (and T.) Armstrong ...

Robert Armstrong (master of Madras coll.), Thomas Armstrong (schoolmaster.) - 1851
...and transparent, the sapphire blue, the topaz yellow, the amethyst purple, and the garnet a deep red. The first nations who paid attention to architecture...Israelites whose temple was considered wonderful. There are tears for his love joy for his fortune honour for his valour and death for his ambition....
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The revised lesson book for standard i (iii-vi) of the revised code of the ...

Revised lesson book - 1864
...transformed into the lofty 'column, fmd the natural vault of a cavern into the splendid 1 pantheon. The first nations who paid attention to architecture were the Babylonians, who built the temple of 4Be4us and the hanging gardens ; the Assyrians, who filled Nineveh with splendid buildings; the "Phoenicians,...
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Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography

Peter Parley (pseud.), Elizabeth Manning Hawthorne - 1871
...halls, and courts, soon appeared; the rough trunk was transformed into the lofty column, and the natural vault of a cavern into the splendid pantheon. 4. The...Assyrians, who filled Nineveh with splendid buildings; the Phosnicians, whose cities were adorned with magnificent structures; and the Israelites, whose temple...
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English Composition for the Use of Schools

Robert Armstrong, Thomas Armstrong - 1872
...and transparent, the sapphire blue, the topaz yellow, the amethyst purple, and the garnet a deep red. The first nations who paid attention to architecture...Israelites whose temple was considered wonderful. There are tears for his love joy for his fortune honour for his valour and death for his ambition....
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School composition: being advanced language lessons for grammar schools

William Swinton - English language - 1874 - 119 pages
...and transparent, the sapphire blue, the topaz yellow, the amethyst purple, and the garnet a deep red. The first nations who paid attention to architecture...Israelites whose temple was considered wonderful. There are tears for his love joy for his fortune honor for his valor and death for his ambition. 2....
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School composition: being advanced language lessons for grammar schools

William Swinton - English language - 1874 - 119 pages
...the amethyst purple; and the garnet, a deep red. The fiist nations who paid attention to arehitecture were the Babylonians who built the Temple of Belus...Assyrians, who filled Nineveh with splendid buildings; the Phffinicians.whrfse cities were adorned with magnificent structures; and the Israelites. whose temple...
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School Composition: Being Advanced Language-lessons for Grammar Schools

William Swinton - 1876 - 151 pages
...and transparent, the sapphire blue, the topaz yellow, the amethyst purple, and the garnet a deep red. The first nations who paid attention to architecture...Assyrians who filled Nineveh with splendid buildings, the Phmnicians whose cities were adorned with magnificent structures, and the Israelites whose temple was...
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Peter Parley's Universal History on the Basis of Geography

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - World history - 1886 - 718 pages
...halls, and courts soon appeared ; the rough trunk was transformed into the lofty column, and the natural vault of a cavern into the splendid pantheon. 4. The...Assyrians, who filled Nineveh with splendid buildings ; the Phoanicians, whose cities were adorned with magnificent structures ; and the Israelites, whose temple...
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