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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volym 1
Obegränsad förhandsgranskning - 1841
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
Obegränsad förhandsgranskning - 1787
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volym 2
Obegränsad förhandsgranskning - 1901
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Sida 562 - Nicene creed, by declaring the procession of the Holy Ghost from the Son, as well as from the Father...
Sida 370 - Gonderic served only to forward and animate the bold enterprise. In the room of a prince, not conspicuous for any superior powers of the mind or body, they acquired his bastard brother, the terrible Genseric ; a name, which, in the destruction of the Roman empire, has deserved an equal rank with the names of Alaric and Attila.
Sida 634 - But the decline of Rome was the natural 274 and inevitable effect of immoderate greatness. Prosperity ripened the principle of decay; the causes of destruction multiplied with the extent of conquest; and as soon as time or accident had removed the artificial supports, the stupendous fabric yielded to the pressure of its own weight.
Sida 389 - Gothic historian, bore the stamp of his national origin ; and the portrait of Attila exhibits the genuine deformity of a modern Calmuck; a large head, a swarthy complexion, small deepseated eyes, a flat nose, a few hairs in the place of a beard, broad shoulders, and a short square body, of nervous strength, though of a disproportioned form.
Sida 277 - These impending calamities were, however, averted, not indeed by the wisdom of Honorius, but by the prudence or humanity of the Gothic king; who employed a milder, though not less effectual, method of conquest. Instead of assaulting the capital, he successfully directed his efforts against the Port of Ostia, one of the boldest and most stupendous works of Roman...
Sida 5 - The skilful practitioners of the medical art will determine (if they are able to determine) how far the temper of the human mind may be affected by the use of animal or of vegetable food ; and whether the common association of carnivorous and cruel deserves to be considered in any other light than that of an innocent, perhaps a salutary, prejudice of humanity.
Sida 383 - When the emperor Decius persecuted the Christians, seven noble youths of Ephesus concealed themselves in a spacious cavern in the side of an adjacent mountain; where they were doomed to perish by the tyrant, who gave orders that the entrance should be firmly secured with a pile of huge stones.
Sida 377 - According to the judgment of the most impartial critics, the superficial learning of Augustin was confined to the Latin language ; ** and his style, though sometimes animated by the eloquence of passion, is usually clouded by false and affected rhetoric.
Sida 157 - In the long period of twelve hundred years which elapsed between the reign of Constantine and the reformation of Luther the worship of saints and relics corrupted the pure and perfect simplicity of the Christian model; and some symptoms of degeneracy may be observed even in the first generations which adopted and cherished this pernicious innovation.