Journal of the British Archaeological Association
British Archaeological Association., 1846 - Archaeology
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Page 80 - To be honoured and even privileged by the laws, opinions, and inveterate usages of our country, growing out of the prejudice of ages, has nothing to provoke horror and indignation in any man.
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Page 5 - ... was left, and the clay nipt round the edge; another coating would be laid on as before described. Gravel or loam was then thrown up against the side wall where the clay wrappers were commenced, probably to secure the bricks and the clay coating. The kiln was then fired with...
Page 280 - Hilkiah the high priest said unto Shaphan the scribe, I have found the book of the law in the house of the Lord.
Page 77 - Scheep; where of men maken Clothes, and alle thing that may ben made of Wolle. In that Contree ben many Ipotaynes, that dwellen somtyme in the Watre, and somtyme on the Lond: and thei ben half Man and half Hors, as I have seyd before: and thei eten men, whan thei may take hem.
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Page 280 - And as often as Joseph had anything in his work to make longer or shorter, or wider or narrower, the Lord Jesus would stretch his hand towards it.