Palaces of Kings: Surrounded With Gardens
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The Immaculate Conception
... holy mother raise herself on her couch surrounded by light. ... Within the temple of
the three holy kings I had ... honor, which grew at last into palaces like churches ...
/.../emmerich/the life of the blessed virgin mary/ii the immaculate conception.htm

The Gathering Storm
... to Daphne still passed through gardens and palaces, and in ... The party of officials,
surrounded by their small but ... palace of the old Seleucid kings, which was ...
/.../chapter i the gathering storm.htm

Alexandria and Rome - the Jewish Communities in the Capitals of ...
... architectural adornments of a city full of palaces. ... of Palestine under the Syrian
kings greatly swelled ... Their Synagogues, surrounded by shady trees, stood in ...
/.../the life and times of jesus the messiah/chapter v alexandria and rome.htm

A Detached Account of the Descent into Hell.
... Our Lord appeared radiant with light and surrounded by angels ... patriarchs, Moses,
the judges, and the kings on the ... by the magnificence of their palaces, or the ...
/.../chapter lix a detached account.htm

In Judaea
... and amphitheatre; Archelaus its new palace, surrounded by splendid ... calls it "the
capital of the kings." As the ... in the narrow streets of the city of palaces. ...
/.../edersheim/sketches of jewish social life/chapter 5 in judaea.htm

Pagan Shrines and Temples.
... which bears it, a nymphaeum of the gardens of the ... forever, as the building of the
palaces on either ... platform of the time of the kings, surrounded by foundation ...
/.../lanciani/pagan and christian rome/chapter ii pagan shrines and.htm

... was fifty five miles in circuit, square, surrounded by a ... side of the river were two
palaces, joined together ... Two more kings succeeded, each reigning but a few ...
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Chaldaean Civilization
... The palaces, like the temples, never rose directly from ... clay cones upon which the
kings were wont to ... or warders, led into a courtyard surrounded with buildings ...
/.../chapter iiichaldaean civilization.htm

the Legendary History of Egypt
... of the Ennead into so many kings, determined with ... He had surrounded the principal
cities with walls, embellished ... in the midst of delightful gardens; and there ...
/.../chapter iii -the legendary history of.htm

The Political Constitution of Egypt
... We have first the people who immediately surrounded the Pharaoh,** the ... King Antuf
contains an allusion to these ruined palaces: "The gods [kings] who were ...
/.../chapter ithe political constitution of.htm

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Esther 1:5
And when these days were expired, the king made a feast to all the people that were present in Shushan the palace, both to great and small, seven days, in the court of the garden of the king's palace;
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Palaces of Kings were Strictly Guarded

Palaces of Kings: Afforded Support to all the King's Retainers

Palaces of Kings: Called the House of the Kingdom

Palaces of Kings: Called the King's House

Palaces of Kings: Called the King's Palace

Palaces of Kings: Called the Royal House

Palaces of Kings: Contained Treasures of the King

Palaces of Kings: Gorgeous Apparel Suited To, Alone

Palaces of Kings: Often Attended by Eunuchs As Servants

Palaces of Kings: Royal Decrees Issued From

Palaces of Kings: Royal Decrees Laid up In

Palaces of Kings: Splendidly Furnished

Palaces of Kings: Surrounded With Gardens

Palaces of Kings: Surrounded With Terraces

Palaces of Kings: Under Governors

Palaces were Entered by Gates

Palaces: High

Palaces: Jerusalem Celebrated For

Palaces: Often As Punishment: Burned With Fire

Palaces: Often As Punishment: Desolate

Palaces: Often As Punishment: Forsaken

Palaces: Often As Punishment: Overgrown With Thorns

Palaces: Often As Punishment: Scenes of Bloodshed

Palaces: Often As Punishment: Spoiled

Palaces: Often As Punishment: The Habitation of Dragons

Palaces: Often the Storehouses of Rapine

Palaces: Pleasant

Palaces: Polished

Palaces: The Godly Children of Saints

Palaces: The Place of Satan's Dominion

Palaces: The Spider Makes Its Way Even Into

Palaces: The Splendour of the Church

Palaces: The Term Applied to Houses of Great Men

Palaces: The Term Applied to Residences of Kings

Palaces: The Term Applied to The House of the High Priest

Palaces: The Term Applied to The Temple of God

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