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" ... could have fallen. Besides, the stones lie in their natural position, and no ruins are found near them. The columns are all standing : two which had fallen, have very recently been raised again. How far the columns rested on a socle is hard to say... "
Sicily, the New Winter Resort: An Encyclopaedia of Sicily - Page 481
by Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen - 1907 - 616 pages
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The Auto-biography of Goethe: Truth and Poetry: from My Own Life, Volume 2

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1866
...steps are from nine to ten feet in the ground, and there is no hill near, from which the stone or mould could have fallen. Besides, the stones lie in their...natural position, and no ruins are found near them. The columns are all standing ; two which had fallen, have very recently been raised again. How far...
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Goethe's Travels in Italy: Together with His Second Residence in Rome and ...

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Alexander James William Morrison - Authors, German - 1885 - 589 pages
...steps are from nine to ten feet in the ground, and there is no hill near, from which the stone or mould could have fallen. Besides, the stones lie in their...natural position, and no ruins are found near them. The columns are all standing; two which had fallen, have very recently been raised again. How far the...
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Goethe's Works, Volume 10

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1885
...steps are from nine to ten feet in the ground, and there is no hill near, from which the stone or mould could have fallen. Besides, the stones lie in their...natural position, and no ruins are found near them. The columns are all standing; two which had fallen, have very recently been raised again. How far the...
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Letters from Switzerland. Letters from Italy, tr. by Rev. A.J.W. Morrison

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, George Henry Lewes, Anna Swanwick, Walter Scott, Sir Theodore Martin, John Oxenford - 1902
...are from nine to ten feet in the ground ; and there is no hill near, from which the stone or mould could have fallen. Besides, the stones lie in their...natural position, and no ruins are found near them. The columns are all standing : two which had fallen, have very recently been raised again. How far...
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Letters from Switzerland: Letters from Italy

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - Italy - 1902 - 461 pages
...are from nine to ten feet in the ground ; and there is no hill near, from which the stone or mould could have fallen. Besides, the stones lie in their...natural position, and no ruins are found near them. The columns are all standing : two which had fallen, have very recently been raised again. How far...
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Sicily, the New Winter Resort

Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen - 1905 - 616 pages
...which are some of them repaired, are 9'$o metres high, I '90 in diameter, and at intervals of 2*50. Although not the largest, it is the most impressive...metres in diameter), with tiers of seats separated by a pracinction and divided into seven blocks. The fine entrance wall is preserved with two entrances....
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Sicily, the New Winter Resort: An Encyclopaedia of Sicily

Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen - Sicily (Italy) - 1908 - 616 pages
...metres long and 2630 wide. The columns, which are some of them repaired, are 9^50 metres high, 1^90 in diameter, and at intervals of 2 '50. Although not...metres in diameter), with tiers of seats separated by a prsecinction and divided into seven blocks. The fine entrance wall is preserved with two entrances....
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Seeing Europe with Famous Authors, Volume 8

Francis Whiting Halsey - Europe - 1914
...steps are from nine to ten feet in the ground, and there is no hill near, from which the stone or mold could have fallen. Besides, the stones lie in their...natural position, and no ruins are found near them. The columns are all standing; two which had fallen, have very recently been raised again. How far the...
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Seeing Europe with Famous Authors: Volum

Francis W. Halsey - Travel - 2006 - 200 pages
...steps are from nine to ten feet in the ground, and there is no hill near, from which the stone or mold could have fallen. Besides, the stones lie in their natural position, and no rains are found near them. The columns are all standing; two which had fallen, have very recently been...
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