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" took from Hezekiah the treasure he had collected in Jerusalem, 30 talents of gold and 800 talents of silver, the treasures of his palace, besides his sons and his daughters and his male and female servants, or slaves, and brought them all to Nineveh.... "
The Nineveh Court in the Crystal Palace - Page 29
by Sir Austen Henry Layard - 1854 - 80 pages
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Discoveries in the ruins of Nineveh and Babylon

Austen Henry Layard (sir.) - 1853
...which I fixed." The next passage is somewhat defaced, but the substance of it appears to be, that he took from Hezekiah the treasure he had collected in...itself, however, he does not pretend to have taken. There can be little doubt that the campaign against the cities of Palestine recorded in the inscriptions...
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The English Review, Volume 19

Literary Criticism - 1853
...which I fixed.' The next passage is somewhat defaced ; but the substance of it appears to be, that he took from Hezekiah the treasure he had collected in...itself, however, he does not pretend to have taken. " There can be little doubt that the campaign against the cities of Palestine, recorded in the inscriptions...
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Discoveries in the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon: With Travels in Armenia ...

Sir Austen Henry Layard - Scientific expeditions - 1853 - 686 pages
...which I fixed." The next passage is somewhat defaced, but the substance of it appears to be, that he took from Hezekiah the treasure he had collected in...itself, however, he does not pretend to have taken. There can be little doubt that the campaign against the cities of Palestine recorded in the inscriptions...
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Discoveries in the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon: With Travels in Armenia ...

Sir Austen Henry Layard - Babylon (Extinct city) - 1853 - 686 pages
...which I fixed." The next passage is somewhat defaced, but the substance of it appears to be, that he took from Hezekiah the treasure he had collected in...itself, however, he does not pretend to have taken. There can be little doubt that the campaign against the cities of Palestine recorded in the inscriptions...
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Discoveries among the ruins of Nineveh and Babylon

Sir Austin Henry Layard - 1853 - 586 pages
...which I fixed." The next passage is somewhat defaced, but the substance of it appears to be that he took from Hezekiah the treasure he had collected in...his male and female servants or slaves, and brought deed, appears to be represented in plate No. 71. of the first series of the "Monuments of Nineveh."...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 29

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1853
...which I fixed.' The next passage is somewhat defaced ; but the substance of it appears to be, that he took from Hezekiah the treasure he had collected in...of silver, the treasures of his palace, besides his eons and his daughters, and his male and female servants or slaves, and brought them all to Nineveh....
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The Universalist Quarterly and General Review, Volume 10

Universalism - 1853
...had collected in Jerusalem, thirty talents of gold and eight hundred talents of silver, the treasure of his palace, besides his sons and his daughters,...servants or slaves, and brought them all to Nineveh.' Colonel Rawlinson renders the passage thus:" Because Hezekiah, King of Judea, did not submit to...
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Discoveries in the ruins of Nineveh and Babylon: with travels in ..., Part 1

Sir Austen Henry Layard - Babylon (Extinct city) - 1853 - 686 pages
...which I fixed* The next passage is somewhat defaced, but the substance of it appears to be, that he took from Hezekiah the treasure he had collected in Jerusalem, 30 talents of gold and 80O talents of silver, the treasures of his palace, besides his sons and his daughters, and his male...
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Discoveries Among the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon: With Travels in Armenia ...

Sir Austen Henry Layard - Archaeological expeditions - 1853 - 586 pages
...fixed." The next pa я jre i somewhat defaced, but the substance of it appears to be that he U>k from Hezekiah the treasure he had collected in Jerusalem, 30 talents of guld and iUO talents of silver, the treasures of his palace, besides his sons and his daughters, and...
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Discoveries in the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon: With Travels in Armenia ...

Austen Henry Layard - History - 2002 - 686 pages
...which I fixed." The next passage is somewhat defaced, but the substance of it appears to be, that he took from Hezekiah the treasure he had collected in...itself, however, he does not pretend to have taken. There can be little doubt that the campaign against the cities of Palestine recorded in the inscriptions...
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