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Bibliotheca classica; or, A classical dictionary [by J. Lempriere]. By J ... - Page 4
by John Lempriere - 1801
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Bibliotheca classica; or, A classical dictionary: containing a ..., Volume 1

John Lemprière - Literary Criticism - 1792 - 822 pages
...ftatue was made of white marble, and near his temple was a fountain, whofe waters were ever held facred. They only who had confulted his oracle, or had been...which they threw pieces of gold and filver into the Dream. Thofe who confulted the oracle of Amphiaraus, firft purified themfclves, and abftained fiom...
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A Classical Dictionary: Containing a Copious Account of All the Proper Names ...

John Lemprière - Classical dictionaries - 1809 - 861 pages
...were ever held facred. They only who had consulted his oracle, or h.id been delivered from a dileafe, were permitted to bathe in it, after which they threw pieces of gold and (ilver into the tlreain. threw ftones at his head when he refilled to comply. This oracle was verified...
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A classical dictionary

John Lempriere - 1812
...rtatue was made of white marble, and near his temple was a fountain, whole waters were ever held facred. They only who had confulted his oracle, or had been...bathe in it, after which they threw pieces of gold and filverime the dream. Thole who confulted the oracle of Amphiaraus, firft purified themfelvcs, and abil.iincd...
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A Classical Dictionary: Containing a Copious Account of All Proper Names ...

John Lemprière - Classical dictionaries - 1822 - 788 pages
...were ever held sacred. They only who had consulted his oracle, or had been delivered from a disease were permitted to bathe in it, after which they threw pieces of gold and silver into the stream. Those who consulted the oracle of Atnphiaraus, firit purified themselves, and...
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A Classical Dictionary: Containing a Copious Account of All the Proper Names ...

John Lemprière - Classical dictionaries - 1823 - 847 pages
...were ever held sacral. They only who hod consulted his oracle, or had been delivered from a disease, were permitted to bathe in it, .after which they threw pieces of gold and silver into the stream. Tliose who consulted .the oracle of Amphiaraus first purified themselves, and...
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A Classical Dictionary: Containing ... Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient ...

Charles Anthon - Classical dictionaries - 1841
...waters were held sacred. They only who had consulted his oracle, or had been delivered from a disease, were permitted to bathe in it, after which they threw pieces of gold and silver into the stream. Those who consulted the oracle of Amphiaraus, sacrificed a ram to the prophet,...
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A classical dictionary: containing an account of the principal proper names ...

Charles Anthon - History - 1841 - 1451 pages
...waters were held sacred. They only who had consulted his oracle, or had been delivered from a disease, were permitted to bathe in it, after which they threw pieces of gold and silver into the stream. Those who consulted the oracle of Amphiaraus, sacrificed a ram to the prophet,...
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A Classical Dictionary: Containing an Account of the Principal Proper Names ...

Charles Anthon - Classical dictionaries - 1872 - 1451 pages
...waters were held sacred. They only who had consulted his oracle, or had been delivered from a disease, were permitted to bathe in it, after which they threw pieces of gold and silver into the stream. Those who consulted the oracle of Amphiaraus, sacrificed a ram to the prophet,...
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