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" O commander of the faithful, Egypt is a compound of black earth and green plants between a pulverized mountain and a red sand. The distance from Syene to the sea is a month's journey for a horseman. "
Modern Egypt and Thebes: Being a Description of Egypt, Including the ... - Page 532
by Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - 1843
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Mummies and Moslems

Charles Dudley Warner - Egypt - 1876 - 477 pages
...Faithful, Egypt is a compound of black earth and gran plants, between a pulverized mountain and a red sand. Along the valley descends a river, on which the blessing of the Most High i eposes both in the evening and the morning, and which rises and falls uith the revolutions of the...
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Mummies and Moslems

Charles Dudley Warner - Egypt - 1876 - 477 pages
...descends a river, on which the blessing of the Most High reposes both in the evening and the naming, and which rises and falls with the revolutions of the sun and moon. According to the vicissitudes of the seasons, the face of the country is adorned with a silver wave,...
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Egypt as it is

James Carlile McCoan - Egypt - 1877 - 417 pages
...a pulverised mountain and a red sand. The distance from Syene to the sea is a month's journey for a horseman. Along the valley descends a river, on which...evening and morning, and which rises and falls with tho revolutions of the sun and moon. When the annual dispensation of Providence unlocks the springs...
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Egypt: political, financial, and strategical

Griffin W. Vyse - 1882
...for a horseman. Along the valley descends a river (on which the blessings of the Most High repose, both in the evening and morning), and which rises and falls with the revolutions of the sun and the moon. When the annual dispensation of Providence unlocks the springs and fountains that nourish...
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The Overland Monthly

California - 1885
...valley descends a river, upon which the blessing of the Most High reposes both morning and evening, and which rises and falls with the revolutions of the sun and moon. When [he annual dispensation of Providence unlocks the springs and fountains that nourish the earth, the...
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Half Hours with Muhammad ...: Together with a Short Synopsis of the Religion ...

Arthur Naylor Wollaston - 1886 - 324 pages
...a pulverized mountain and a red sand. The distance from Syene to the sea is a month's journey for a horseman. Along the valley descends a river, on which...blessing of the Most High reposes both in the evening and the morning, and which rises and falls with the revolutions of the sun and moon. When the annual dispensation...
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My Winter on the Nile

Charles Dudley Warner - Egypt - 1880 - 496 pages
...compound of black earth and green plants, between a pulverized mountain and a red sand. Along i 'he valley descends a river, on which the blessing of the Most High reposes both in the evening and the morning, and which rises and falls with the revolutions of the sun and moon. According to the vicissitudes...
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The Story of Africa and Its Explorers, Volume 2

Robert Brown - Africa - 1893
...Egypt is a compound of black earth and green plants, between a pulverised mountain and a red sand. Along the valley descends a river on which the blessing of the Most High reposes both in the evening and in the morning, and which rises and falls with the revolutions of the sun and moon. When the annual...
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The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 5

Edward Gibbon, Rev. Henry Hart Milman - Rome - 1899
...a pulverized mountain and a red sand. The distance from Syene to the sea is a month's journey for a horseman. Along the valley descends a river, on which...and fountains that nourish the earth, the Nile rolls hiť •welling and sounding waters through the realm of Egypt : the Holds are overspread by the salutary...
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Egypt

James Carlile McCoan, Wilfred C. Lay - Egypt - 1900 - 431 pages
...a pulverised mountain and a red sand. The distance from Syene to the sea is a month's journey for a horseman. Along the valley descends a river, on which...which rises and falls with the revolutions of the eun and moon. When the annual dispensation of Providence unlocks tha Bprings and fountains that nourish...
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