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A Handbook for Visitors to Delhi and Its Neighborhood - Page 54
by Henry George Keene - 1882
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Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, Volume 33

Asia - 1865
...breadth and thickness, and must have weighed rather more than 6 tons. The short faces to the wesb, north, and east, are protected by a deep ditch, and the long...and above it the main walls rise to a mean height of 40 feet, with a parapet of 7 feet, behind which rises another wall of 15 feet, the whole height above...
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The New Guide to Delhi

Alfred Frederick Pollock Harcourt - Delhi (India) - 1866 - 142 pages
...and thickness, and must " have weighed rather more than six tons. The short faces " to the North-west and East are protected by a deep ditch, " and the...which is held up by an embankment at the South-east cor" ner. On this side the rock is scarped, and above it the main " walls rise to a mean height of...
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Four Reports Made During the Years, 1862-63-64-65, Volume 1

Sir Alexander Cunningham - Excavations (Archaeology) - 1871
...and thickness, and must have weighed rather more than six tons. The short faces to the west, north, and east, are protected by a deep ditch, and the long...and above it the main walls rise to a mean height of 40 feet, with a parapet of seven feet, behind which rises another wall of 15 feet, the whole height...
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Four Reports Made During the Years, 1862-63-64-65, Volume 1

Sir Alexander Cunningham - Excavations (Archaeology) - 1871
...and thickness, and must have weighed rather more than six tons. The short faces to the west, north, and east, are protected by a deep ditch, and the long...of water, which is held up by an embankment at the southcast corner. On this side the rock is scarped, and above it the main walls rise to a mean height...
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Handbook of the Bengal Presidency: With an Account of Calcutta City ...

John Murray (Firm), Edward Backhouse Eastwick - Bengal (India) - 1882 - 396 pages
...2 in., and 1 ft. thick, and weighed rather more than 6 tons. The short faces to the W., N., and E. are protected by a deep ditch, and the long face to the S. by a large sheet of water, which is held up by an embankment at the SE comer. On this side the rock...
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Handbook of the Bengal Presidency: With an Account of Calcutta City

John Murray (Firm) - Bengal (India) - 1882 - 396 pages
...the long face to the S. by a large sheet of water, which is held up by an embankment at the SE comer. On this side the rock is scarped, and above it the main wells rise to a mean height of 40 ft., with a parapet of 7 ft., behind which rises another wall of...
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Picturesque India: A Handbook for European Travellers

William Sproston Caine - Description and Travel - 1891 - 624 pages
...breadth and thickness, and must have weighed rather more than six tons. The short faces to the north-west and east are protected by a deep ditch, and the long...at the south-east corner. On this side the rock is TUGHLAK'S TOMB. scarped, and above it the main walls rise to a mean height of forty feet, with a parapet...
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A Handbook for Travellers in India, Ceylon and Burma: Including the ...

John Murray (Firm) - Burma - 1894 - 484 pages
...in., and 1 ft. thick, and weighed rather more than 6 tons. The short faces to the W. , N. , and E. are protected by a deep ditch, and the long face to the S. by a large sheet of water, dry, except in the rainy season, which is held up by an embankment at...
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A Handbook for Travellers in India, Burma and Ceylon: Including the ...

John Murray - Burma - 1898 - 484 pages
...large sheet of water, dry, except in the rainy season, which is held up by an embankment at the SE corner. On this side the rock is scarped, and above it the main walls rise to a mean height of 40 ft., with a parapet of 7 ft., behind which rises another wall of 15 ft., the whole height above...
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A Handbook for Travellers in India, Burma and Ceylon: Including the ...

John Murray - Burma - 1898 - 484 pages
...ft. 2 in., and 1 ft thick, and weighed rather more than 6 tons. The short faces to the W., N., mid E. are protected by a deep ditch, and the long face to the S. by a large sheet of water, dry, except in the rainy season, which is held up by an embankment at...
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