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" ... of the conflict, so intent were their minds upon the battle, that not one of the combatants felt an earthquake which threw down large portions of many of the cities of Italy, turned rivers from their rapid courses, carried the sea up into rivers,... "
Wordsworth's Knowledge of History - Page 25
by Mary Elizabeth Norton - 1912 - 124 pages
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The history of Rome. Tr. with notes, by D. Spillan (C. Edmonds, W.A. McDevitte).

Titus Livius - 1849
...post, whether to fight in front or rear; and so great was the ardour of the conflict, so intent were their minds upon the battle, that not one of the combatants...rivers from their rapid courses, carried the sea up into rivers, and levelled mountains with a tremendous crash. 6. The battle was continued near three...
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The History of Rome, Volume 2

Livy - Rome - 1872 - 2278 pages
...post, whether to fight in front or "rear; and so great was the ardour of the conflict, so intent were their minds upon the battle, that not one of the combatants...rivers from their rapid courses, carried the sea up into rivers, and levelled mountains with a tremendous crash. 6. The battle was continued near three...
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The History of Rome, Volume 2

Livy - Rome - 1879
...ardour of the conflict, so intent were their minds upon the battle, that not one of the com' batants felt an earthquake which threw down large portions...rivers from their rapid courses, carried the sea up into rivers, and levelled mountains with, a tremendous crash. 6. (The battle was continued near three...
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The History of Rome, Volume 2

Livy - Rome - 1887 - 2278 pages
...ardour of the conflict, so intent were their minds upon the battle, that not one of the com« batants felt an earthquake which threw down large portions...rivers from their rapid courses, carried the sea up into rivers, and levelled mountains with a tremendous crash. 6. The battle was continued near three...
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Montesquieu's Considerations on the Causes of the Grandeur and Decadence of ...

Charles de Secondat baron de Montesquieu, Jehu Baker - Rome - 1889 - 526 pages
...engaged : " and so great was the ardor of the conflict, so intent were their minds upon the battie, that not one of the combatants felt an earthquake...rivers from their rapid courses, carried the sea up into rivers, and levelled mountains with a tremendous crash." We also remark in the same writer's account...
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Hannibal: A History of the Art of War Among the Carthaginians and Romans ...

Theodore Ayrault Dodge - Military art and science - 1891 - 682 pages
...party was aware of the occurrence of an earthquake, which at the very moment of the battle " overthrew large portions of many of the cities of Italy, turned rivers from their rapid course, carried the tides up into the rivers, and leveled mountains with an awful crash." A body of...
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The International library of famous literature: selections from ..., Volume 2

Léon Vallée - Literary Collections - 1899 - 9822 pages
...post, whether to fight in front or rear ; and so great was the ardor of the conflict, so intent were their minds upon the battle, that not one of the combatants...rivers from their rapid courses, carried the sea up into rivers, and leveled mountains with a tremendous crash. The battle was continued near three hours,...
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The Story of Rome as Greeks and Romans Tell it: An Elementary Source-book

George Willis Botsford, Lillie M. Shaw Botsford - Rome - 1903 - 328 pages
...fight in front or rear. So great was the ardor of battle, so intent were their minds upon the fray, that not one of the combatants felt an earthquake which threw down large parts of many Italian cities, turned rivers from their rapid courses, carried the sea up into rivers,...
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A Source-book of Ancient History

George Willis Botsford, Lillie M. Shaw Botsford - History of Medicine, Ancient - 1912 - 594 pages
...fight in front or rear. So great was the ardor of battle, so intent were their minds upon the fray, that not one of the combatants felt an earthquake which threw down large parts of many I talian cities, turned rivers from their rapid courses, carried the sea up into rivers,...
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Half-hours with the Best Foreign Authors, Volume 1

Charles Morris - Anthologies - 1888
...post, whether to fight in front or rear ; and so great was the ardor of the conflict, so intent were their minds upon the battle, that not one of the combatants...rivers from their rapid courses, carried the sea up into rivers, and levelled mountains with a tremendous crash. The battle was continued near three hours,...
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