The Battle of Megiddo ...

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University of Chicago, 1913 - 63 من الصفحات

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الصفحة 56 - I brought off three men from the fight there; I set them before thy majesty as living prisoners.
الصفحة 30 - Then was set up the camp of his majesty, and command was given to the whole army, saying: "Equip yourselves! Prepare your weapons! for we shall advance to fight with that wretched foe in the morning.
الصفحة 44 - Thereupon his majesty prevailed over them at the head of his army. Then they saw his majesty prevailing over them, and they fled headlong to Megiddo with faces of fear. They abandoned their horses and their chariots of gold and silver, so that someone might draw them up into this town by hoisting on their garments. Now the people had shut this town against them, but they let down garments to hoist them up into this town.
الصفحة 23 - Dothaim, charging them to keep the passages of the hill country; for by them there was an entrance into Judea, and it was easy to stop them that would come up, because the passage was strait, for two men at the most.
الصفحة 30 - Prepare yourselves, make ready your weapons, for one is to advance to fight with this wretched foe at daybreak.
الصفحة 22 - ... come in the following of my majesty. Shall they think among those ^enemies whom Re detests: 'Does his majesty proceed upon •''another road ? He begins to be fearful of us,
الصفحة 42 - In view of what we have said as respects the eighth assignment of error, we feel that it is not necessary to enter into a discussion of the question sought to be raised by this assignment.
الصفحة 60 - Cithaeron and built on either side of the intended mound a frame of logs placed cross-wise in order that the earth might not scatter. Thither they carried wood, stones, earth, and anything which would fill up the vacant space. They continued raising the mound seventy days and seventy nights without intermission; the army was divided into relays, and one party worked while the other slept and ate. The Lacedaemonian officers who commanded the contingents of the allies stood over them and kept them...
الصفحة 22 - Then — b ^messengers1 concerning [this] design '»which they had uttered, in view of what had been said fby1 the majesty of the Court, LPH: "I [swear], as Re loves me, as my father Amon, favors me, as my [nostrils] are rejuvenated with satisfying life, my majesty will proceed upon this road of 4"Aruna ("-rw-w3).
الصفحة 60 - ... violent storm of thunder and rain, which quenched the flames and put an end to the danger. The Peloponnesians, having failed in this, as in their former attempts, sent away a part of their army but retained the rest*, and dividing the task among the contingents of the several cities, surrounded Plataea with a wall. Trenches, out of which they took clay for the bricks, were formed both on the inner and the outer side of the wall. About the rising of Arcturus b all was completed.

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