Ilios: The City and Country of the Trojans: the Results of Researches and Discoveries on the Site of Troy and Through the Troad in the Years 1871-72-73-78-79. Including an Autobiography of the Author
J. Murray, 1880 - 800페이지
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according Achilles Aesyetes ancient antiquity appears Asia Minor Athene baked belong bones Bounarbashi bricks bronze Burnouf burnt city called Calvert Chap cities of Hissarlik clay colour copper curious Cypriote Dagh debris decorated Depth ear-rings Egyptian excavations fragments Frank Calvert globular goblet gold Greek Half actual hand-made handles head Hector Hellespont Herodotus hill Hissarlik Hittite holes for suspension Homer idols Iliad Ilians Ilium incised inhabitants inscription jade Kara Kioi layer Lydian mentioned Museum Mycenae neck Novum Ilium objects occur oenochoe ornamentation perforated Plain of Troy plate pottery pre-historic cities Priam probably Professor Virchow represented river rude ruins Sayce Scamander second city shape side Sigeum silver similar Simois soldered stones Strabo stratum temple Tenedos Tepeh terra-cotta thick third tomb treasure Tripod tripod-vase Troad Trojan Troy tubular holes tumulus upper vase vessel wall wheel-made whorls
284 페이지 - ... with which it was a matter of religion to salute them on all occasions, and which it was an irreverence to omit. As for the epithets of great men, Mons. Boileau is of opinion, that they were in the nature of surnames, and repeated as such ; for the Greeks, having...
10 페이지 - ... made use of every moment, and even stole time for study. In order to acquire a good pronunciation quickly, I went twice every Sunday to the English church, and repeated to myself in a low voice every word of the clergyman's sermon. I never went on my errands, even in the rain, without having my book in my hand and learning something by heart; and I never waited at the post-office without reading. "By such methods I gradually strengthened my memory, and in three months' time found no difficulty...
616 페이지 - Jewish community at the end of the fifth or the beginning of the fourth century with Ezra's mission according to the late chronology (398 BC).
163 페이지 - Such is the account given by the Egyptian priests, and I am myself inclined to regard as true all that they say of Helen from the following considerations : — If Helen had been at Troy, the inhabitants would, I think, have given her up to the Greeks, whether Alexander consented to it or no. For surely neither Priam, nor his family, could have been so infatuated as to endanger their own persons, their children, and their city, merely that Alexander might possess Helen.
7 페이지 - I get him to repeat to me those divine verses, rewarding his trouble with three glasses of whiskey, which I bought with the few pence that made up my whole fortune. From that moment I never ceased to pray God that by His grace I might yet have the happiness of learning Greek.
10 페이지 - Virginie. This unremitting study had in the course of a single year strengthened my memory to such a degree, that the study of Dutch, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese appeared very easy, and it did not take me more than six weeks to write and speak each of these languages fluently.
162 페이지 - Alexander, and stopped the departure of his ships; then, taking with him Alexander, Helen, the treasures, and also the fugitive slaves, he went up to Memphis. When all were arrived, Proteus asked Alexander, "who he was, and whence he had come? " Alexander replied by giving his descent, the name of his country, and a true account of his late voyage. Then Proteus questioned him as to how he got possession of Helen. In his reply Alexander became confused, and diverged from the truth, whereon the slaves...
157 페이지 - Hekabe dreamt that she was delivered of a firebrand, and Priam, on consulting the soothsayers, was informed that the son about to be born would prove fatal to him. Accordingly he directed the child to be exposed on Mount Ida ; but the inauspicious kindness of the gods preserved him, and he grew up amidst the flocks and herds, active and beautiful, fair of hair and symmetrical in person, and the special favorite of...
40 페이지 - ... high), built of large stones and earth, which must have been erected shortly after the destruction of Troy. In order to secure the treasure from my workmen and save it for archaeology, it was necessary to lose no time; so, although it was not yet the hour for breakfast, I immediately had paidos called.
163 페이지 - When this became known, the indignation of the people was stirred, and they went in pursuit of Menelaus, who, however, escaped with his ships to Libya, after which the Egyptians could not say whither he went. The rest they knew full well, partly by the inquiries which they had made, and partly from the circumstances having taken place in their own land, and therefore not admitting of doubt.