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51 페이지 - I do not mean that in which their bodies lie, but that in which their renown lives after them, to be remembered forever on every occasion of speech or action which calls it to mind. For the whole earth is the grave and monument of heroes; it is not the mere graving upon marble in their native land which sets forth their deeds ; but even in lands where they were strangers, there lives an unwritten record in every heart, felt though never embodied.
2 페이지 - Thus the largest portion of that history which we commonly call ancient is practically modern, as it describes society in a stage analogous to that in which it now is ; while, on the other hand, much of what is called modern history is practically ancient, as it relates to a state of things which has passed away.
1 페이지 - We shall see that there is in fact an ancient and a modern period in the history of every people ; the ancient differing, and the modern in many essential points agreeing with that in which we now live. Thus the largest portion of that history which we commonly call ancient is practically modern, as it describes society in a...