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" ... there are iron gates, and a brazen threshold, as far within hell, as heaven is distant from the earth. He will then know, by how much I am the most powerful of all the gods. " ' But come, try, O ye gods, that ye may all see. Hang down the golden chain... "
The Iliad of Homer - Page 135
by Homer - 1859 - 466 pages
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The Dignity of Human Nature, Or, A Brief Account of the Certain and ...

James Burgh - Conduct of life - 1812 - 527 pages
...gates, and a brazen threshold, as far within hell, as heaven is distant from the earth. He will then know, by how much I am the most powerful of all the gods. .. . , . . -. ,.• " But come, try, O ye gods, that ye may all see. Hang down the golden chain from heaven, hang upon it all yr gods,...
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Of knowledge

James Burgh - Conduct of life - 1816
...gates, and a braxeo threshold, as far within hell as heaven is distant from the earth. He will then know, by how much I am the most powerful of all the gods. " But come, try, O ye gods, that ye may all see. Hang dawn the golden chain from heaven, bang upon it all ye gods,...
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A course of legal study: respectfully addressed to the students of law in ...

David Hoffman - Law - 1817 - 383 pages
...gates and a brazen threshold, as far within hell, as heaven is distant from the earth. He will then know, by how much I am the most powerful of all the gods. But come, try, 0 ye gods, that ye may all see. Hang down the golden chain from heaven, hang upon it all ye gods,...
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Lectures on the Shorter Catechism of the Presbyterian Church in the United ...

Ashbel Green - Presbyterian Church - 1829 - 414 pages
...gates, and a brazen threshold, as far within hell, as heaven is distant from the earth. He will then know, by how much I am the most powerful of all the gods. " ' But come, try, O ye gods, that ye may all tee. Hang down the golden chain from heaven, hang upon it all ye gods,...
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A course of legal study: addressed to students and the profession ..., Volume 1

David Hoffman - Law - 1836 - 880 pages
...gates, and a brazen threshold, as far within hell, as heaven is distant from the earth. He will then know, by how much I am the most powerful of all the Gods. But come, try, O ye Gods, that ye may all see. Hang down the golden chain from heaven; hang it all ye Gods, and...
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Publications, Issue 86, Volume 1

Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Publication - 1841
...gates, and a brazen threshold, as far within hell, as heaven is distant from the earth. He will then know, by how much I am the most powerful of all the gods. " ' But come, try, O ye gods, that ye may all see. Hang down the golden chain from heaven, hang upon it all ye gods,...
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A Greek reader, selected principally from the (Elementarbuch) of F. Jacobs ...

Charles Anthon - 1844 - 80 pages
...latter, ns their place of punishment. — 'AM for fiai. — yvartr' Iwii', &c. " then will he know by how much I am the most powerful of all the gods." Ttff ie for mira. — i ', j/s, " г come, if ye will." Sup. eou*S3-9f after il ',...
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The Iliad, tr. with notes by T.A. Buckley

Homerus - 1851
...the earth, and iron portals, and a brazen threshold, as far below Hades as heaven is from earth ;2 then shall he know by how much I am the most powerful...ye not draw down from heaven to earth your supreme counsellor Jove, not even if ye labour ever so much : but whenever I, desiring, should wish to pull...
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The Iliad

Homer - Greek poetry - 1851 - 466 pages
...Tartarus, very far hence, where there is a very deep gulf beneath the earth, and iron portals, and ii brazen threshold, as far below Hades as heaven is...all the gods. But come, ye gods, and try me, that yc may all know. Having suspended a golden chain from heaven, do all ye gods and goddesses suspend...
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Greek reader: selected principally from the work of Frederic Jacobs. With ...

Friedrich Jacobs - Foreign Language Study - 1854 - 613 pages
...latter as their place of punishment. — 'Ai'dfu for q.aov. — yvuaer' lireid', &.C., " then will he know by how much I am the most powerful of all the gods." TTCI' is for Treira. — d ", aye, " but come, if ye wilt." Supply ЗоиЯеаФе after...
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