| Charles Rollin - 1734
...'That he would break in pieces before him tbegateslh. xlv.2. of brafs. Between every two of thefe gates **were three towers, and four more at the four corners...thefe corners and the next gate on either fide, and** every one of thefe towers was ten feet higher than the walls. But this is to be underftood only of... | |
| William Guthrie, John Gray - 1764
...the wall there were 100 gates, that is, twenty-five on each of the fides, all made of fofid brafs. **Between every two of thefe gates, at proper diftances, were three towers, and four more at the four** cornersof the great fquare, befides three betwixt each of thefe corners, and the next gate on either... | |
| Humphrey Prideaux - 1799
...would break in pieces before him the gates of brafs," (If.xlv. 2. ). Between every two of thefe gates, **were three towers, and four more at the four corners of this great fquare, and three between each of** thefex corners and the next gate on either fide; and every one of thefe towers was ten feet higher... | |
| Humphrey Prideaux - 1815
...would break in pieces before him the gates of brass," (Isa. xlv, 2.) Between every two of these gates, **were three towers, and four more at the four corners of this great** square, and three between each of these corners and the next gate on either side ; and every one of... | |
| Charles Rollin - 1820
...«, that he would break in faeces before him. the gates of brass. Between every two of these gates **were three towers, and four more at the four corners of this great** square, and three between each of these corners and the next gate on either side ; every one of these... | |
| Thomas Gillet - 1822 - عدد الصفحات: 143
...of an exact square, with twenty-five gates of solid brass on each side, between every two of which **were three towers, and four more at the four corners of this great** square, and three between each of these corners and the gate next on either side ; every one of these... | |
| Charles Rollin - 1800
..." ' That lie would break in pieces before him the gates of brafs." Between every two of thefe gates **were three towers, and four more at the four corners...of thefe corners and the next gate on either fide** ; every one of thefe towers was ten feet higher than the walls. But this is to be underftood only of... | |
| 1823
...of the four sides, all made of solid brass. Between every two of these gates, at proper distances, **were three towers, and four more at the four corners of this great** square, and three between each of these corners and the next gate on either side, and each of these... | |
| John Lauris Blake - 1833
...him, " That he would break in pieces before him the gates of brass." Between every two of the gates **were three towers, and four more at the four corners of this great** square, and three between each of these corners and the next gate on either side. Every one of these... | |
| Charles Rollin - 1841
...him,f thai he would break in pieces before him thegates of brass. Between every two of these gates **were three towers, and four more at the four corners of this great** square, and three between eachjaf these corners and the next gate on either side: every one of these... | |
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