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" the flood of fire in which the marble columns, the mountains, and the sea are all bathed and penetrated", and of "the violet hue which Hymettus assumes in the evening sky, in contrast to the glowing furnace of the rock of Lycabettus and the rosy pyramid... "
A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography - الصفحة 243
المحررون: - 1878
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The New Werner Twentieth Century Edition of the Encyclopaedia ..., المجلد 3

1907
...also the brilliant coloring which is so conspicuous in an Athenian sunset. Thus Dean Stanley speaks of " the flood of fire with which the marble columns,...mountains, and the sea are all bathed and penetrated ;" " the violet hue which Hymettus assumes in the evening sky, in contrast to the glowing furnace of...
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The Sewanee Review, المجلد 29

1921
...with us, and have been the subject of many an eulogy. Thus Dean Stanley wrote of "the flood of fire in which the marble columns, the mountains, and the sea are all bathed and penetrated", and of "the violet hue which Hymettus assumes in the evening sky, in contrast to the glowing furnace...
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