Elven's Heraldry

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Page 10 - a river in Asia, from whence it takes its name. Next to the peacock, this is the most beautiful of birds. It is said when Croesus, King of Lydia, was seated on his throne, adorned with royal magnificence, he asked Solon, if he ever beheld any thing so fine and beautiful. The Greek philosopher, nowise moved by the pomp and pageantry around him, replied, that after having seen the beautiful
Page 238 - on which is written the Lord's Prayer ; on the top of the book a dove, proper, in its beak a crow-quill pen,
Page 11 - THE SALAMANDER was described by the ancients as bred by fire and existing in flames ; an element which must inevitably prove the destruction of life. This fabulous assertion gave rise to its use in
Page 11 - gigantic size. The most eminent of this kind was the colossus of Rhodes, one of the wonders of the world, a brazen statue of Apollo, so high that ships passed in full sail

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