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" They were seven in number, all of a circular form, and gradually rising above each other by the height of the battlements of each wall. The situation of the ground, sloping by an easy ascent, was very favourable to the design of building them, and perhaps... "
An Universal History, from the Earliest Account of Time: Compiled from ... - Page 5
1747
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A General History of the World, from the Creation to the Present ..., Volume 2

William Guthrie, John Gray - 1764
...this city, according to Herodotus, were (even in number, all of a circular form, and gradually rifing above each other by the height of the battlements of each wall, the ground rifing by an eafy afcent, and favouring the dcfign. The outermpil was 178 furlongs in circuit,...
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Letters on Ancient History; exhibiting a summary view of the history ...

Anne Wilson - 1809 - 316 pages
...minutely described by Herodotus. They were seven in number, all of a circular form, and gradually rising above each other, by the height of the battlements of each wall. The royal palace and treasury were within the innermost circle of the seven. The first of these walls had...
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History of the Egyptians: From Rollin and Other Authentic Sources, Both ...

1841 - 116 pages
...According to this historian, they were seven in number, all of a circular form, and gradually rising above each other, by the height of the battlements of each wall. The situation of the ground, rising by an easy ascent, was very favourable to the design of building them,...
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History of the Assyrians, Chaledeans, Medes, Lydians and Carthaginians

Edward Farr - 1850 - 327 pages
...According to this historian, they were seven in number, all of a circular form, and gradually rising above each other, by the height of the battlements of each wall. The situation of the ground, rising by an easy ascent, was very favourable to the design of building them,...
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The Gentile Nations: Or, The History and Religion of the Egyptians ..., Volume 1

George Smith - 1853
...minutely described by Herodotus. They were seven in number, all of a circular form, and gradually rising above each other by the height of the battlements of each wall. The situation of the ground, sloping by an easy ascent, was very favourable to the design of building them,...
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The Gentile Nations: Or, The History and Religion of the Egyptians ...

George Smith - 1854 - 663 pages
...minutely described by Herodotus. They are seven in number, all of a circular form, and gradually rising above each other by the height of the battlements of each wall. The situation of the ground, sloping by an easy ascent, was very favourable to the design of building them,...
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Sacred Annals; Or, Researches Into the History and Religion of Mankind: The ...

George Smith - 1855
...minutely described by Herodotus. They are seven in number, all of a circular form, and gradually rising above each other by the height of the battlements of each wall. The situation of the ground, sloping by an easy ascent, was very favourable to the design of building them,...
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