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" The throne and legs are completely destroyed, and reduced to comparatively small fragments, while the upper part, broken at the waist, is merely thrown back upon the ground, and lies in that position which was the consequence of its fall ; nor are there... "
Topography of Thebes, and general view of Egypt. Being a short account of ... - Page 11
by John Gardner Wilkinson (sir.) - 1835
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Modern Egypt and Thebes: Being a Description of Egypt; Including ..., Volume 2

Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - Egypt - 1843
...scattered round the pedestal ; and its shivered throne evinces the force used for its destruction. If it is a matter of surprise how the Egyptians could...other instrument, which should have been employed for reducing those fragments to the state in which they now appear. The fissures seen across the head and...
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Modern Egypt and Thebes: being a description of Egypt, including ..., Volume 2

Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - Egypt - 1843
...to the explosive force of powder, had that composition been known at the period of its destruction.! The throne and legs are completely destroyed, and...other instrument, which should have been employed for reducing those fragments to the state in which they now appear. The fissures seen across the head and...
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Hand-book for Travellers in Egypt

John Gardner Wilkinson - Egypt - 1847 - 448 pages
...to the explosive force of powder, had that composition been known at the period of its destruction. The throne and legs are completely destroyed, and...position which was the consequence of its fall ; nor an? there any marks of the wedge or other instrument, which should have been employed for reducing...
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Ruins of Sacred and Historic Lands

Archaeology - 1850 - 392 pages
...to the explosive force of powder, had that composition been known at the. period of its destruction. The throne and legs are completely destroyed and reduced...other instrument, which should have been employed for reducing those fragments to the state in which they now appear. The fissures seen across the head,...
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Ruins of sacred and historic lands. Babylon, Nineveh &c

Ruins - 1852
...to the explosive force of powder. had that composition been known at the period of its destruction. The throne and legs are completely destroyed and reduced...fragments, while the upper part, broken at the waist, ia merely thrown back upon the ground, and lies in that position which was the consequence of its fall;...
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A Tennessean Abroad: Or, Letters from Europe, Africa, and Asia

Randal William McGavock - Europe - 1854 - 398 pages
...dimensions is a problem yet to be solved, and what means they employed to destroy it is equally wonderful. The throne and legs are completely destroyed and reduced...thrown back upon the ground, and lies in that position in consequence of the fall. We examined several smaller temples of great beauty, and then proceeded...
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A Tennessean Abroad or Letter from Europe, Africa, and Asia

Bandal W MacGavock - 1854
...dimensions is a problem yet to be solved, and what means they employed to destroy it is equally wonderful. The throne and legs are completely destroyed and reduced...thrown back upon the ground, and lies in that position in consequence of the fall. We examined several smaller temples of great beauty, and then proceeded...
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A cyclopædia of biblical geography, biography, natural history, and general ...

John Parker Lawson, John Marius Wilson - History - 1866
...around the stupendous and stricken pedestal. The features of the face are no longer discernible. " The throne and legs are completely destroyed, and...other instrument which should have been employed for reducing those fragments to the state in which they now appear. The fissures seen •cross the head,...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Egypt: Including Descriptions of the Course of ...

John Murray (Firm), Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - Egypt - 1867 - 439 pages
...comparatively email fragments, while the upi>er ¡>art, broken at the waist, is merely thrown baek upon the ground, and lies in that position which was the consequence oí its fall ; nor ¡ire there any marks of the wedge or other instrument which should have been employed...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Egypt: Including Descriptions of the Course of ...

John Murray (Firm), Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - Egypt - 1873 - 507 pages
...destruction curtnin? The throne and legs are completely destroyed, and reduced to comparatively email fragments, while the upper part, broken at the waist,...other instrument which should have been employed for reducing those fragments to the state in which they now appear. The fissures seen across the head and...
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