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" The memory of the pleasure which this spot afforded me will not be soon or easily erased. The columns yet entire are so exquisitely fine, the marble mass so vast and noble, that it is impossible perhaps to conceive greater beauty and majesty of ruin. "
Sacred Places of Goddess: 108 Destinations - Page 95
by Karen Tate - 2006 - 425 pages
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Travels in Asia Minor: Or An Account of a Tour Made at the Expense of the ...

Richard Chandler - Greece - 1817
...the pleasure, which this spot afforded me, will not be soon or easily erased. The columns yet entire are so exquisitely fine, the marble mass so vast and...perhaps to conceive greater beauty and majesty of ruin. At evening, a large flock of goats, returning to the fold, their bells tinkling, spread over the heap,...
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Syria and Asia Minor, Volume 1

Josiah Conder - Syria - 1824
...Didymeus : it is a solitary and deserted spot, near the Turkish village of Ura. " The columns, yet entire, are so exquisitely fine, the marble mass so vast and noble, that it is impossible to conceive of greater beauty and majesty of ruin. On the south side of the promontory, is the deep...
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The Modern Traveller: A Description, Geographical, Historical, and ..., Volume 3

Josiah Conder - Voyages and travels - 1830
...Didymeus : it is a solitary and deserted spot, near the Turkish village of Ura. " The columns, yet entire, are so exquisitely fine, the marble mass so vast and noble, that it is impossible to conceive of greater beauty and majesty of ruin. On the south side of the promontory, is the deep...
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A treatise on the comparative geography of western Asia, Volume 2

James Rennell - 1831
...most beautiful fabrics of antiquity; justifying Dr. Chandler's remark ; that " the columns yet entire are so exquisitely fine, the marble mass so vast and...perhaps to conceive greater beauty and majesty of ruin. The memory of the pleasure which this spot afforded me, will not be soon or easily erased." (P. 151.)...
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A treatise on the comparative geography of western Asia ..., Volume 2

James Rennell - Middle East - 1831
...most beautiful fabrics of antiquity ; justifying Dr. Chandler's remark ; that " the columns yet entire are so exquisitely fine, the marble mass so vast and...perhaps to conceive greater beauty and majesty of ruin. The memory of the pleasure which this spot afforded me, will not be soon or easily erased." (P. 151.)...
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The History of Herodotus: a new English version

Herodotus - Greece - 1858
...the pleasure which this spot afforded me will not be soon or easily erased. The columns yet entire are so exquisitely fine, the marble mass so vast and...perhaps to conceive greater beauty and majesty of ruin." (Travels, vol. i. ch. xliii. p. 174.) A fine view of the ruins is given by M. Texier (Asie Mineure,...
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The History of Herodotus: A New English Version, Edited with Copious Notes ...

Herodotus - Greece - 1859
...the pleasure which this spot afforded me will not be soon or easily erased. The columns yet entire are so exquisitely fine, the marble mass so vast and...perhaps to conceive greater beauty and majesty of ruin." (Travels, vol. i. ch. xliii. p. 174.) A fine view of the ruins is given by M. Texier (Asie Mineure,...
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The History of Herodotus: A New English Version, Ed. with Copious ..., Volume 1

Hérodote - Greece - 1862
...the pleasure wh.ich this spot afforded mu will not be soon or easily erased. The columns yet entire are so exquisitely fine, the marble mass so vast and...it is impossible perhaps to conceive greater beauty mid majesty of ruin." (Travels, vol. i. oh. xliii. p. 174.) A fine view of the ruins i* given by M....
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The History of Herodotus. A new Engl. version, ed. with notes by G ...

Herodotus - 1875
...easily erased. The columns yet entire are so exquisitely fine, the marble mass so vast and noljle, that it is impossible perhaps to conceive greater beauty and majesty of ruin." (Travels, vol. i. ch. xliii. p. 174.) A fine view of the ruins is given by II. Texier (Asie Miuenro,...
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