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" ... were quenched with wine. The ashes were collected and placed in a costly urn, which was deposited in the family sepulchre. In the funeral solemnities of a soldier, his arms, and the spoils he had won from the enemy, were sometimes added to the funeral... "
Peter Parley's Common School History: Ilustrated by Engravings - Page 143
by Samuel Griswold Goodrich - 1850 - 309 pages
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Sketches of the domestic manners and institutions of the romans

1821 - 347 pages
...manes of the deceased were propitiated by blood : wherefore it was always their custom to slaughter, on the tomb of the deceased, those animals to which he was, while living, most attached ; and in the more remote and barbarous ages, men were the victims of this...
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Sketches of the domestic manners and institutions of the Romans

Romans - 1821
...manes of the deceased were propitiated by blood: wherefore it was always their custom to slaughter, on the tomb of the deceased, those animals to which he was, while living, most attached; and in the more remote and barbarous ages, men were the victims of this...
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Sketches of the Domestic Manners, and Institutions, of the Romans

Rome - 1823 - 272 pages
...manes of the deceased were propitiated by blood: wherefore it was always their custom to slaughter, on the tomb of the deceased, those animals to which he was, while living, most attached; and in the more remote and barbarous ages, men were the victims of this...
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Peter Parley's Tales about Ancient Rome: With Some Account of Modern Italy

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - Italy - 1833 - 208 pages
...from the enemy, were sometimes added to the funeral pile. 22. It was a horrid belief of the heathen nations, that the spirits of the dead were pleased...remote and barbarous ages, men were often the victims, domestic slaves and captives taken in war; and sometimes friends have thus devoted themselves from...
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Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography

Peter Parley (pseud.), Elizabeth Manning Hawthorne - 1837
...a prevalent belief of the ancient nations that the spirits of the dead were pleased with blood, and it was their custom to sacrifice on the tomb of the...remote and barbarous ages, men were often the victims ; these were domestic slaves, and captives taken in war ; and sometimes friends gave themselves to...
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Tales about Rome and Modern Italy

Old Humphrey - Italy - 1839 - 356 pages
...soldier, his arms, and the spoils he had won from the enemy, were sometimes added to the funeral pile. nations, that the spirits of the dead were pleased...remote and barbarous ages, men were often the victims, domestic slaves and captives taken in war ; and sometimes friends have thus devoted themselves from...
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Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography

Peter Parley (pseud.), Elizabeth Manning Hawthorne - 1860
...from the enemy, were sometimes added to the funeral pile. 11. It was a horrid belief of the heathen nations, that the spirits of the dead were pleased...in war; and sometimes friends gave themselves to be sacrified, from feelings of affection. 12. No burial was allowed within the walls of the city, except...
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Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography

Peter Parley (pseud.), Elizabeth Manning Hawthorne - 1862
...from the enemy, were sometimes added to the funeral pile. 11. It was a horrid belief of the heathen nations, that the spirits of the dead were pleased...themselves to be sacrificed from feelings of affection. 12. No burial was allowed within the walls of the city except to the vestal virgins, and some families...
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Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography

Peter Parley (pseud.), Elizabeth Manning Hawthorne - 1867
...from the enemy, were sometimes added to the funeral pile. 11. It was a horrid belief of the heathen nations, that the spirits of the dead were pleased...remote and barbarous ages, men were often the victims ; BO also were domestic slaves and captives taken in ^ar ; and sometimes friends gave themselves to...
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Parley's Common School History of the World: A Pictorial History of the ...

World history - 1870 - 360 pages
...from the enemy, were sometimes added to the funeral pile. 11. It was a horrid belief of the heathen nations, that the spirits of the dead were pleased...themselves to be sacrificed from feelings of affection. 12. No burial was allowed within the walls of the city, except to the vestal virgins, and some families...
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