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" ... to enable a skilful architect to form an accurate plan of Delphi: but it should be fitted to a model of Parnassus ; for in the harmonious adjustment which was here conspicuous, of the works of God and man, every stately edifice and majestic pile constructed... "
Travels in Sicily, Greece and Albania - Page 373
by Thomas Smart Hughes - 1820 - 532 pages
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Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa: Greece, Egypt, and ...

Edward Daniel Clarke - 1818
...the works of God and man, every stately edifice and every majestic pile raised by human labour was made to form a part of the awful features of the mountain. From whatever quarter DELPHI was approached, a certain solemn impression of supernatural agency must...
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The British review and London critical journal

1821
...man, every stately edifice . and majestic pile constructed by human labour, were made to form a ter Delphi was approached, a certain solemn impression...throughout Greece, and ' ALL PARNASSUS WAS ACCOUNTED i HOLY.'" I part of the awful features of the mountains, and from whatever quarIt is a singular feature...
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Winter evenings at college, a description of the manners [&c.] of the ...

Benjamin Thomas H. Cole - 1829
...of the spot were scrupulously consulted in the progress of human labours ; every stately edifice was made to form a part of the awful features of the mountain. From whatever quarter Delphi was approached, a solemn impression of supernatural agency must have been...
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The Encyclopędia of Geography: Comprising a Complete Description ..., Volume 2

Hugh Murray - 1837
...Cyclopean masonry may still be traced, in which the streets, rising in terraces behind each other, were made to form a part of the awful features of the mountain. At the foot of a precipice, above which the rock shoots up into two pointed crags, the visitor sees...
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The Encyclopędia of Geography: Comprising a Complete Description of the ...

Hugh Murray - 1839
...Cyclopean masonry may still be traced, in which the streets, rising in terraces behind each other, were made to form a part of the awful features of the mountain. At the foot of a precipice, above which the rock shoots up into two pointed crags, the visiter sees...
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THE VOLUME OF THE WORLD

THOMAS H. PRESCOTT - 1855
...Cyclopean masonry may still be traced, in which the streets, rising in terraces behind each other, were made to form a part of the awful features of the mountain. At the foot of a precipice, above which the rock shoots up into two pointed crags, the visiter sees...
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