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9786155564611 - Charles Bucke, Murat Ukray: Ruins of Ancient Cities - Könyv

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Ruins of Ancient Cities (2015) (?)

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RUINS OF ANCIENT CITIES, WITH GENERAL AND PARTICULAR ACCOUNTS OF THEIR RISE, FALL, AND PRESENT CONDITION. - BY CHARLES BUCKE This Volume contain these cities; Messene, Mycen, Miletus, Nauplia, Nemea, Nineveh, The Destruction of Sennacherib, Numantia, Olympia, Puteoli, Palmyra (Tadmor), Patr, Pella, Pergamus, Persepolis, Petra (Wady Mousa), Phigalia, Plat a, P stum, Pompeii, Rama, Rome, Saguntum, Hannibal's Speech to His Soldiers, Sais, Samaria, Sapphura, Sardis, Seleucia, Selinus, Or Selinuntum, Sicyon, Sidon, Smyrna, Spalatro, Stratonice, Susa, Sybaris, Syene, Syracuse, Thebes, Troja, And Other Cities of the Troas, Tyre, Veii Fallen, fallen, a silent heap; their heroes all Sunk in their urns:-Behold the pride of pomp, The throne of nations fallen; obscured in dust Even yet majestical-The solemn scene Elates the soul! {DYER} The reader is requested to observe, that, though the plan of this work is entirely his own, the compiler of it does not put it forth as in any way original in respect to language or description. It is, in fact, a much better book, than if it had been what is strictly called original, (which, indeed, must have involved an utter impossibility:) for it is a selection of some of the best materials the British Museum could furnish; sometimes worked up in his own language; and sometimes-and, indeed, very frequently-in that of others: the compiler having, at an humble distance and with unequal steps, followed the plan which M. Rollin proposed to himself, when he composed his celebrated history of ancient times-"To adorn and enrich my own," says that celebrated writer, "I will be so ingenuous as to confess, that I do not scruple, nor am ashamed, to rifle whereever I come; and that I often do not cite the authors from whom I transcribe, because of the liberty I take to make some slight alterations. I have made the best use in my power of the solid reflections that occur in the Bishop of Meaux's Universal History, which is one of the most beautiful an
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Kategória: History
Kulcsszavak: Ruins of Ancient Cities Charles Bucke, Murat Ukray Ancient History History 9786155564611
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ISBN (alternatív jelölések): 615-5564-61-2, 978-615-5564-61-1
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9786155564611 - Charles Bucke Author: Ruins of Ancient Cities - (Volume -II) - Könyv

Charles Bucke Author (?):

Ruins of Ancient Cities - (Volume -II) (?)

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RUINS OF ANCIENT CITIES, WITH GENERAL AND PARTICULAR ACCOUNTS OF THEIR RISE, FALL, AND PRESENT CONDITION. - BY CHARLES BUCKE This Volume contain these cities; Messene, Mycenæ, Miletus, Nauplia, Nemea, Nineveh, The Destruction of Sennacherib, Numantia, Olympia, Puteoli, Palmyra (Tadmor), Patræ, Pella, Pergamus, Persepolis, Petra (Wady Mousa), Phigalia, Platæa, Pæstum, Pompeii, Rama, Rome, Saguntum, Hannibals Speech to His Soldiers, Sais, Samaria, Sapphura, Sardis, Seleucia, Selinus, Or Selinuntum, Sicyon, Sidon, Smyrna, Spalatro, Stratonice, Susa, Sybaris, Syene, Syracuse, Thebes, Troja, And Other Cities of the Troas, Tyre, Veii Fallen, fallen, a silent heap; their heroes all Sunk in their urns:-Behold the pride of pomp, The throne of nations fallen; obscured in dust Even yet majestical.-The solemn scene Elates the soul! {DYER} The reader is requested to observe, that, though the plan of this work is entirely his own, the compiler of it does not put it forth as in any way original in respect to language or description. It is, in fact, a much better book, than if it had been what is strictly called original, (which, indeed, must have involved an utter impossibility:) for it is a selection of some of the best materials the British Museum could furnish; sometimes worked up in his own language; and sometimes-and, indeed, very frequently-in that of others: the compiler having, at an humble distance and with unequal steps, followed the plan which M. Rollin proposed to himself, when he composed his celebrated history of ancient times.-To adorn and enrich my own, says that celebrated writer, I will be so ingenuous as to confess, that I do not scruple, nor am ashamed, to rifle whereever I come; and that I often do not cite the authors from whom I transcribe, because of the liberty I take to make some slight alterations. I have made the best use in my power of the solid reflections that occur in the Bishop of Meauxs Universal History, which is one of the most beautiful and most useful books in our language. I have also received great assistance from the learned Dean Prideauxs Connexion of the Old and New Testament, in which he has traced and cleared up, in an admirable manner, the particulars relating to ancient history. I shall take the same liberty with whatever comes in my way, that may suit my design, and contribute to its perfection. I am very sensible, that it is not so much for a persons reputation to make use of other mens labours, and that it is in a manner renouncing the name and quality of author. But I am not over-fond of that title, and shall be extremely well pleased, and think myself very happy, if I can but deserve the name of a good compiler; and supply my readers with a tolerable history, who will not be over-solicitous to inquire what hand it comes from, provided they are but pleased with it. Having followed this example,-the compiler wishes he could say with equal effect,-he will be fully satisfied, should judicious readers feel inclined to concede, that he has shown some judgment in selecting his materials, and some taste in binding the beads of the chain, that connects them together. He disclaims, in fact, (as, in the present instance, he is bound to do), all the divine honours of authorship; satisfied with those of a selecter, adapter, and compiler; and happy in the hope that he has here, by means of the superior writers, whose labours he has used, furnished his readers with an useful, accurate, and amusing work. C. B.
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Kategória: Bücher
Kulcsszavak: Geschichte > Antike
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ISBN (alternatív jelölések): 615-5564-61-2, 978-615-5564-61-1

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