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Books Books 1 - 5 of 5 on ... the other side the wing was 100 cubits long and 65 cubits broad (166 feet by....
" ... the other side the wing was 100 cubits long and 65 cubits broad (166 feet by 108 feet), and the space between them was 35 cubits wide (58 feet). The building at the back was 125 cubits long and 30 cubits broad (208 feet by 50 feet). I do not properly... "
The excavations at Babylon - Page 193
by Robert Koldewey - 1914 - 335 pages
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The Hibbert Lectures

Religion - 1887
...cubits broad (208 feet by 50 feet). I do not properly comprehend the disposition of the buildings on this side, and my description of the position of the...feet, 8 inches). In the centre of these groups of buildings stood the grandest portion of the whole pile, the great Ziggurat, or temple-tower, built...
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Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion as Illustrated by the Religion ...

Archibald Henry Sayce - Assyro-Babylonian religion - 1888 - 558 pages
...cubits broad (208 feet by 50 feet). I do not properly comprehend the disposition of the buildings on this side, and my description of the position of the...feet, 8 inches). In the centre of these groups of buildings stood the grandest portion of the whole pile, the great Ziggurat, or temple-tower, built...
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The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria, Volume 8

Theophilus Goldridge Pinches - Assyria - 1906 - 124 pages
...of a double house — a small court between two wings, was evidently the shrine of Merodach (Belos). In these western chambers stood the couch of the god, and the golden throne mentioned by Herodotus, besides other furniture of great value. The couch was given as...
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The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria

Theophilus Goldridge Pinches - Assyro-Babylonian religion - 1906 - 124 pages
...of a double house — a small court between two wings, was evidently the shrine of Merodach (Belos). In these western chambers stood the couch of the god, and the golden throne mentioned by Herodotus, besides other furniture of great value. The couch was given as...
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The Hibbert Lectures, 1887: Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion

A. H. Sayce - Religion - 2005 - 568 pages
...cubits broad (208 feet by 50 feet). I do not properly comprehend the disposition of the buildings on this side, and my description of the position of the...Herodotus, besides other furniture of great value. The eonch is stated to have been 9 cubits long and 4 cubits broad (15 feet by 6 feet, 8 inches). In the...
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