| 1747
...faid to have contained a fquare of four plethra r, or 400 feet, on each fids ; and to have confined **of terraces one above another, carried up to the height...terrace being by fteps ten feet wide. The whole pile** confifted of fubftantial arches upon arches, and was ftrenoth. f Dan. i. 2. 2 Chron. xxxvi. 7. e See... | |
| William Guthrie, John Gray - 1764
...are faid to have contained a fquare of four plethra, or 400 feet on each fide, and to have confifted **of terraces one above another, carried up to the height...city, the afcent from terrace to terrace being by** flairs ten feet wide. The whole pile confifled of fubflantial arches upon arches, and was ftrengthened... | |
| Alexander Bicknell - 1791 - 453 ÆäÀÌÁö
...They are faid to have contained a fquare of four hundred feet on each fide, and to have confifted H of **of terraces, one above another, carried up to the height of the wall of the city.** This extraordinary pile of building confifted of fubftantial arches upon arches, compofed of brick,... | |
| William Fordyce Mavor - 1802
...country, desired to have something like them at Babylon, They were four hundred feet square, and consisted **of terraces one above another, carried up to the height of the wall of the city ; the** ascent from terrace to terrace being by steps ten feet wide. The whole pile consisted of substantial... | |
| William Fordyce Mavor - 1804
...desired to have something like them at Baby Ion. They were four hundred feet square, and consisted **of terraces, one above another,- carried up to the height of the wall of the city ; the** ascent from terrace to 'terrace being by steps ten feet wide. The whole pile consisted of substantial... | |
| John Brown - 1810
...Nebuchadnezzar built them in his new palace. They contained a square of 400 feet on each side, and consisted **of terraces, one above another, carried up to the height of the** walls of the city ; the ascent from terrace to terrace being by steps ten feet wide. The whole pile... | |
| 1816
...are faid to have contained a fquare of four plethra, or 400 feet, on each fule; and to have confilted **of terraces one above another, carried up to the height...the city, the afcent from terrace to terrace being** \}V fteps ten feet wide. The whole pile contjfted of fubftantial arches upon arches, and was (trenglliencd... | |
| Encyclopaedia Perthensis - 1816
...faid to have contained a fquare of four plethra, or 400 feet, on each fide ; r.nd to have confided **of terraces one above another, carried up to the height...wall of the city, the afcent from terrace to terrace** b^ing by ftops ten feet wide. The whole pile confiitcd of f jbilantial arches upon arches, and was... | |
| 1833
...coutained a square of four hundred feet on each side ; and to have consisted of terraces one ahove **another, carried up to the height of the wall of the city, the** ascent from terrace to terrace heing hy steps ten feet wide. The whole pile consisted of suhstantial... | |
| Thomas Towne - 1821
...stupendous than they were. They contained a square of four hundred feet on each side, and consisted **of terraces, one above another, carried up to the height of the** walls of the city ; the ascent from terrace to terrace being by steps ten feet wide. The whole pile... | |
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