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The Topography of Athens: With Some Remarks on Its Antiquities - الصفحة 24
بواسطة William Martin Leake - 1841
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., المجلدات 3-4

1835
...which has been paid to Rome, since the decline of her temporal power, is but a feeble representation of `R]F W T S f bDŋ T vO R X~e q B ڨq N ;Ϻ .[:\ : H? O&p...+ / ) أo { E {㕼 ~ )o P e Ϸ ' > -" s pnj (Leake s Topography of A/hens, pref. p. xxv.) To compress within reasonable limits the history of Athens,...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., المجلد 3

1835
...which has been paid to Rome, since the decline of her temporal power, is but a feeble representation of that enjoyed by Athens during five centuries, among...were executed at the expense of foreign potentates.' (Leake s Topography of Athens, pref. p. xxv.) To compress within reasonable limits the history of Athens,...
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The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge ...

1835
...which has been paid to Rome, since the decline of her temporal power, is but a feeble representation of that enjoyed by Athens during five centuries, among...were executed at the expense of foreign potentates.' (Lcake's Topography of Athens, pref. p. xxv.) To compress within reasonable limits the history of Athens,...
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The topography of Athens and the Demi, المجلد 1

William Martin Leake - 1841
...after the Marcomannic war '. Hadrian was Archon Eponymus 2, and twice passed the winter at Athens 3. No city ever enjoyed such a course of prosperity after...an extensive gymnasium near the temple of Theseus \ Sixty years afterwards, when the Athenians were 1 Dion Cass. 69, 11. Spartian. Hadrian. 13. Philostr....
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Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography, المجلد 1

William Smith - 1854 - عدد الصفحات: 2491
...proof of this fact than that the most remarkable buildings erected at Athens, after the decline of her power, were executed at the expense of foreign potentates. The first example of this generosity occurred in B. c. 275, when Ptolemy Philadelphia, king of Egypt, bailt a gymnasium near the temple of Theseus...
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The baptist Magazine

1870
...which has been paid to Eome since the decline of her temporal power, is but a feeble representation of that enjoyed by Athens, during five centuries, among all the nations into which Grecian civilisation had penetrated. We cannot have a stronger proof of this fact than that the most remarkable...
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