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" ... of light from the landscape. Over the pure cloudless sky was the glow of the last light. The great mound threw its dark shadow far across the plain. In the distance, and beyond the Zab, Keshaf, another venerable ruin, rose indistinctly into the evening... "
The Travels of a Hindoo to Various Parts of Bengal and Upper India - Page 197
by Bholanauth Chunder - 1869
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The Youth's magazine, or Evangelical miscellany, Volume 5

1842
...— its receding rays were gradually withdrawn like a transparent veil of light, from the landscape. Over the pure, cloudless sky, was the glow of the last light. The great mound threw its dark shadow far across the plain. In the distance and beyond the Zab, Keshaf,...
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Nineveh and Its Remains: With an Account of a Visit to the ..., Volume 1

Austen Henry Layard - 1849
...plain—its receding rays were gradually withdrawn, like a transparent veil of light, from the landscape. Over the pure cloudless sky was the glow of the last light. The great mound threw its dark shadow far across the plain. In the distance, and beyond the Zab, Keshaf,...
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1849
...— its receding rays were gradually withdrawn, like a transparent veil of light from the landscape. Over the pure cloudless sky was the glow of the last light. The great mound threw its dark shadow far across the plain. In the distance, and beyond the Zab, Keshaf,...
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Macphail's Edinburgh ecclesiastical journal and literary review, Volumes 7-8

1849
...— its receding rays were gradually withdrawn, like a transparent veil of light, from the landscape. Over the pure, cloudless sky, was the glow of the last light. The groat mound threw its dark shadow far across the plain. In the distance, and beyond the Zab, Keshaf,...
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Nineveh and Its Remains: With an Account of a Visit to the ..., Volume 1

Austen Henry Layard - 1849
...— its receding rays were gradually withdrawn, like a transparent veil of light, from the landscape. Over the pure, cloudless sky was the glow of the last light. The great mound threw its dark shadow far across the plain. In the distance, and beyond the Zab, Keshaf,...
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Scripture topography [by M.F. Maude]. [2 vols. Vol.2 is of the orig. ed.].

Mary Fawler Maude - 1849
...When I returned in the evening after the labour of the day, I often sat at the door of my tent . . . Over the pure, cloudless sky was the glow of the last light. The great mound threw its dark shadow far across the plain. In the distance, and beyond the Zab, Keshaf,...
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Friends' Review: A Religious, Literary and Miscellaneous Journal, Volume 4

Enoch Lewis, Samuel Rhoads - 1851
...desert, its receding rays were gradually withdrawn, like a transparent veil of light, from the landscape. Over the pure cloudless sky was the glow of the last light. The great mound threw its dark shadow far across the plain. In the distance and beyond the Zab, Keshaf,...
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A popular account of discoveries at Nineveh, abridged [from Nineveh and its ...

sir Austen Henry Layard - 1851
...— its receding rays were gradually withdrawn, like a transparent veil of light, from the landscape. Over the pure, cloudless sky was the glow of the last light. The great mound threw its dark shadow far across the plain. In the distance, and heyond the Zab, Keshaf,...
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A Popular Account of Discoveries at Nineweh

Austen Henry Layard - 1852 - 360 pages
...— its receding rays were gradually withdrawn, like a transparent vail of light, from the landscape. Over the pure, cloudless sky was the glow of the last light. The great mound threw its dark shadow far across the plain. In the distance, and beyond the Zab, Keshaf,...
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A Popular Account of Discoveries at Nineveh

Austen Henry Layard - 1855 - 360 pages
...— its receding rays were gradually withdrawn, like a transparent vail of light, from the landscape. Over the pure, cloudless sky was the glow of the last light. The great mound threw its dark shadow far across the plain. In the distance, and beyond the Zab, Keshaf,...
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