The experience of eleven centuries has enabled posterity to produce a much more singular parallel; and to affirm with confidence that the ravages of the barbarians, whom Alaric had led from the banks of the Danube, were less destructive than the hostilities...
The Proselytes of Ishmael: Being a Short Historical Survey of the Turanian ... - Page 49
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