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" No place was safe or sacred from their depredations; to gratify either avarice or revenge, they profusely spilt the blood of the innocent; churches and altars were polluted by atrocious murders; and it was the boast of the assassins, that their dexterity... "
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire - الصفحة 57
بواسطة Edward Gibbon - 1805
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Gibbon's History of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, repr ..., المجلد 3

Edward Gibbon - 1826
...ample garments, a lofty step, and a sonorous voice. In the day they concealed their two-edged poniards, but in the night they boldly assembled in arms, and...their sentence ; masters to enfranchise their slaves ; and fathers to supply the extravagance of their children. The despair of the greens, who were persecuted...

The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, with ..., المجلد 5

Edward Gibbon - 1854
...ample garments, a lofty step, and a sonorous voice. In the day they concealed their two-edged poniards, but in the night they boldly assembled in arms and...voluntary death, were ravished in the presence of their husbands."7 The despair of the greens, who were persecuted by their enemies and deserted by the magistrate,...

outlines of universal history: in three parts

1862
...ample garments, a lofty step, and a sonorous voice. In the day they concealed their two-edged poniards, but in the night they boldly assembled in arms and...their sentence ; masters to enfranchise their slaves ; and fathers to supply the extravagance of their children. The despair of the greens, who were persecuted...

The National quarterly review, ed. by E.I. Sears, المجلد 19

Edward Isidore Sears - 1869
...mortal wound with a single stroke of their dagger. The dissolute youth of Constantinople adopted the livery of disorder; the laws were silent, and the bonds of society were relaxed; m creditors were compelled to resign their obligations ; judges to reverse their sentence; masters...

History and revelation, the correspondence of the predictions of ..., المجلد 1

1870
...churches and altars were polluted by atrocious murders ; and it was the boast of the assassins that they could always inflict a mortal wound with a single...their obligations ; judges to reverse their sentence ; and fathers to supply the extravagance of their children. The despair of the greens, who were persecuted...

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, المجلد 4

Edward Gibbon - 1875
...their dagger. The dissolute youth if Constantinople adopted the blue livery of disorder; the lavvs were silent, and the bonds of society were relaxed...wives, unless they preferred a voluntary death, were revished in the presence of their husbands.47 The despair of the greens, who were persecuted by their...

The Workingman's Guide and the Laborer's Friend and Advocate: The Great ...

1886 - عدد الصفحات: 919
...dagger. The dissolute youth of Constantinople adopted the blue livery of disorder; the laws were silent; the bonds of society were relaxed ; creditors were...resign their obligations, judges to reverse their sentences, masters to enfranchise their slaves, fathers to supply the extravagance of their children...

Turkey

Edson Lyman Clark - 1898 - عدد الصفحات: 538
...tolerated in a career of violence and crime hardly to be paralleled in the history of civilized nations. " No place was safe or sacred from their depredations...resign their obligations, judges to reverse their sentences, masters to enfranchise their slaves, fathers to supply the extravagance of their children...

The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, المجلد 4

Edward Gibbon - 1899
...safe or sacred from their depredations; to gratify either avarice or revenge, they profusely •pilt the blood of the innocent ; churches and altars were...wives, unless they preferred a voluntary death, were revished in die presence of their husbands.47 The despair of the greens, who were persecuted by their...

The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, المجلد 4

Edward Gibbon - 1899
...Brag. (Hist. Bccles. 1. iv. c. 32); Malala (ii. 138), especially for Antioch; and Theophan. (p. 142). youth of Constantinople adopted the blue livery of...fathers to supply the extravagance of their children; and beautiful boys were torn from the arms of their parents. The despair of the greens, who were persecuted...




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