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" ... that the men who exalt the merit of implicit faith are unfit to claim or to enjoy the advantages of science; and he vainly contends, that if they refuse to adore the gods of Homer and Demosthenes, they ought to content themselves with expounding Luke... "
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire - Page 154
by Edward Gibbon - 1804
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Gibbon's History of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, repr ..., Volume 2

Edward Gibbon - 1826
...they ought to content themselves with expounding Luke and Matthew in the churches of the Galilaeans. In all the cities of the Roman world, the education of the youth was intrusted to masters of grammar and rhetoric ; who were elected by the magistrates, maintained at the...
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The Prose Works of John Milton, Volume 2

John Milton - 1848
...they ought to content themselves with expounding Iiuke and Matthew in the churches of the Galileans. In all the cities of the Roman world, the education...Julian appears to have included the physicians, and us with our own weapons, and with our own arts and sciences they overcome us. And indeed the Christians...
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, with notes by ...

Edward Gibbon - 1854
...they ought to content themselves with expounding Luke and Matthew in the churches of the Galilaeans.90 In all the cities of the Roman world the education of the youth was intrusted to masters of grammar and rhetoric, who were elected by the magistrates, maintained at the...
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The Prose Works of John Milton ...: With a Preface, Preliminary ..., Volume 2

John Milton, James Augustus St. John - 1871
...they ought to content themselves with expounding Luke and Matthew in the churches of the Galileans. In all the cities of the Roman world, the education...and distinguished by many lucrative and honourable priviThe edict of Julian appears to have included the physicians, and us with our own weapons, and...
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The Prose Works of John Milton ...: With a Preface, Preliminary ..., Volume 2

John Milton, James Augustus St. John - 1875
...they ought to content themselves with expounding Luke and Matthew in the churches of the Galilicans. In all the cities of the Roman world, the education...of Julian appears to have included the physicians, anc' us with our own weapons, and with our own arts and sciences they overcome us. And indeed the Christians...
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A Church history

Christopher Wordsworth (bp. of Lincoln.) - 1882
...Theodoret, iii. 4 ; Aug. de Civ. Dei, xviii. 52 ; Neander, iii. 76. Gibbon says, ch. xxiii. p. 112, " The edict of Julian appears to have included the physicians and professors of all liberal arts." * Theodoret, iii. 3. Ambrose, Epist. 40. Tillemont, vol. vii. art. ix. Jitliarfs professions...
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A Church History, Volume 2

Christopher Wordsworth - Church history - 1883
...Theodoret, iii. 4; Aug. de Civ. Dei, xviii. 52 ; Neander, iii. 76. Gibbon says, ch. xxiii. p. 112, "The edict of Julian appears to have included the physicians and professors of all liberal arts." — pauperization of Clergy. Cappadocia, Thrace, Italy, Egypt, in the short reign of...
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The Rise and Early Constitution of Universities, with a Survey of Mediaeval ...

Simon Somerville Laurie - Education, Medieval - 1885 - 293 pages
...centres. For, "in all the cities of the Roman world," says Gibbon (chap, xxiii.), " the education of youth was entrusted .to masters of grammar and rhetoric, who were elected by the magistrates, maijjr tained at the public expense, and distinguished by many lucrative and honourable privileges."...
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Origins of the English People and the English Language

Jean Roemer - English language - 1888 - 658 pages
...Chlorus, followed a course of eloquence at Toulouse. In all the cities of Roman Gaul the education of youth was entrusted to masters of grammar and rhetoric,...public expense, and distinguished by many lucrative and honorable privileges.* There are still extant many imperial edicts relating to these public seminaries,...
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The Educational Journal of Virginia, Volumes 19-20

Charles Henry Winston, Thomas Randolph Price, D. Lee Powell, John Meredith Strother, William Fayette Fox, H. H. Harris, Harry Fishburne Estill (F.), John P. McGuire, Rodes Massie, George R. Pace, Richard Ratcliffe Farr, John Lee Buchanan - Education - 1888
...culture proceeded that, as Gibbon tells us, " in all the cities of the Roman world the education of youth was entrusted to masters of grammar and rhetoric,...who were elected by the magistrates, maintained at public expense, and distinguished by many lucrative and honourable privileges." 1889.] University Life...
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