Book ii. Jerome Answers the Second, Third, and Fourth Propositions ...
... The great trees are overshadowed by him, and he sleepeth beside the reed, the rush,
and the sedge."  He is king over all things that are in the waters ...
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... crossed the frontier of his estate, set fire to the crops, uprooted trees and vineyards ...
one and one half in diameter, with a cover ending in a lotus flower, the ...
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The Nile and Egypt
... bolas""The domestication of animals"Plants used for food"The lotus"Cereals"The ... are
light groves of the date-palm, groups of acacia trees and sycamores ...
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The Close of the Theban Empire --(Continued)
... May there ever be perfumes and scents for thy nostrils, garlands and lotus-flowers
for ... The walls of thy tomb are strong, thou hast planted trees at the edge of ...
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The Gods of Egypt
... the body, mummification"Dead gods the gods of the dead"The living gods, their temples
and images"The gods of the people, trees, serpents, family fetiches ...
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The Political Constitution of Egypt
... trades: shoemakers ply the awl, glassmakers blow through their tubes, metal founders
watch over their smelting-pots, carpenters hew down trees and build a ship ...
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Pagan Shrines and Temples.
... no one shall be allowed to loiter, trade, build, or plant trees or shrubs ... canopi
in their hands; a capital, carved with papyrus leaves and lotus flowers; and a ...
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The First Theban Empire
... Figs are there and grapes; wine is more plentiful than water; honey abounds in it;
numerous are its olives and all the produce of its trees; there are corn and ...
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the Legendary History of Egypt
... ease by the water-side, inhaling the fresh north breeze, under the shadow of trees
which were always green. They fished with lines among the lotus-plants; they ...
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The Eighteenth Theban Dynasty --(Continued)
... or ready for the sickle, they cut down the palms and olive trees, they tore ... of its
two sides, while at each end stood two columns having lotus-shaped capitals ...
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International Standard Bible EncyclopediaLotus Trees
lo'-tus (tse'elim; the King James Version shady trees): The trees under which behemoth (the "hippopotams") rests; "He lieth under the lotus-trees," "The lotus-trees cover him with their shade" (Job 40:21, 22). The Arabic equivalent is the dom tree, Zizyphus lotus, a species of jujube tree (Natural Order Rhamneae); it has many spines and small globular fruit a little bigger than a pea. It is common in the Jordan valley. This plant has nothing to do with the Egyptian lotus.
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