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" dead and senseless shapes restored the original number of the army so well, that the mass might have been unthinned by the slaughter of yesterday. The Britons, terrified at the spectacle fled before fighting, conquered by the dead men whom they had overcome... "
Revue hispanique: recueil consacré á l'étude des langues, des littératures ... - Page 295
1905
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The First Nine Books of the Danish History of Saxo Grammaticus

Saxo Grammaticus, Saxo (Grammaticus) - Denmark - 1894 - 435 pages
...for the very figures of the dead men showed like a vast array as the sunbeams struck them. For those dead and senseless shapes restored the original number...conquered by the dead men whom they had overcome in life. I cannot tell whether to think more of the cunning or of the good fortune of this victory. The Danes...
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The Nine Books of the Danish History of Saxo Grammaticus, Volume 1

Saxo (Grammaticus) - Denmark - 1905 - 618 pages
...for the very figures of the dead men showed like a vast array as the sunbeams struck them. For those dead and senseless shapes restored the original number...conquered by the dead men whom they had overcome in life. I cannot tell whether to think more of the cunning or of the good fortune of this victory. The Danes...
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The Nine Books of the Danish History of Saxo Grammaticus...

Saxo (Grammaticus) - Denmark - 1905
...for the very figures of the dead men showed like a vast array as the sunbeams struck them. For those dead and senseless shapes restored the original number...conquered by the dead men whom they had overcome in life. I cannot tell whether to think more of the cunning or of the good fortune of this victory. The Danes...
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The Nine Books of the Danish History of Saxo Grammaticus...

Saxo (Grammaticus) - Denmark - 1905
...for the very figures of the dead men showed like a vast array as the sunbeams struck them. For those dead and senseless shapes restored the original number...conquered by the dead men whom they had overcome in life. I cannot tell whether to think more of the cunning or of the good fortune of this victory. The Danes...
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Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare

Geoffrey Bullough - Literary Criticism - 1973 - 553 pages
...for the very figures of the dead men showed like a vast array as the sunbeams struck them. For those dead and senseless shapes restored the original number...conquered by the dead men whom they had overcome in life. I cannot tell whether to think more of the cunning or of the good fortune of this victory. The Danes...
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