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" The visiter enters from the north over a stupendous Roman bridge, having three rows of lofty arches ; and when inside the town, he is everywhere struck with relics of ancient splendour. "
Six Years Residence in Algiers - Page 435
by Elizabeth Broughton - 1840 - 452 pages
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Letters from the Mediterranean; containing a civil and political account of ...

Edward Blaquiere - 1813
...Tunis, by Charles V., but retained only a short time. t Equal to three shillings and sixpence each. the north, over a stupendous Roman bridge, having...every where struck with the remains of its former splendor ; granite pillars, broken friezes, pedestals, and innumerable Greek, Latin, and Punic inscriptions,...
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History and Present Condition of the Barbary States: Comprehending a View of ...

Michael Russell - Africa, North - 1835 - 456 pages
...high hill, or what Shaw rather enigmatically calls a peninsular promontory. The visiter enters from the north over a stupendous Roman bridge, having three rows of lofty arches ; and when inside the town, he is every where struck with relics of ancient splendour. Granite pillars, broken friezes, pedestals,...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 73

Families - 1842
...high hill, or what Shaw rather enigmatically calls a peninsular promontory. The visiter enters from the north over a stupendous Roman bridge, having three rows of lofty arches ; and when inside the town, he is everywhere struck with relics of ancient splendour. Granite pillars, broken friezes, pedestals,...
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