Concerning the Sabbatic River which Titus Saw as He was Journeying ...
... along; for indeed he that met them could not but ... an army pouring itself within the
walls; as also ... upon temples was here represented, and houses overthrown, and ...
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The Conquest of Babylon.
... that these skins, if carefully preserved, could be easily ... Then, besides, the houses
occupied by the common people ... were made, like those of the walls, from the ...
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Concerning Masada and those Sicarii who Kept It; and How Silva ...
... cattle, and by setting fire to their houses; for they ... which was fortified by so many
walls round about ... and large towers to defend it, which could hardly contain ...
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The Description of Jerusalem.
... at which valley the corresponding rows of houses on both ... 2. Now, of these three walls,
the old one was hard ... long, and ten cubits broad, which could never have ...
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... in the Platonia ad Catacumbas; when the houses of Pudens ... were removed bodily to shelter
within the city walls. ... namely, from which the pirates could most easily ...
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A Sedition against Sabinus; and How Varus Brought the Authors of ...
... siege, and dug mines under the palace walls, and besought ... fastnesses that were there,
and saved what he could. ... to many other of the king's houses in several ...
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... of their visits scratched on the walls of the ... They could only suppose he had come
from Thrace, the ... which they belonged, but to ornament houses, museums, villas ...
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... in the foundations of one of the new houses at the ... the origin of the wealth of Atticus
it could not have ... was situated within the line of the walls of Aurelian ...
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Pagan Shrines and Temples.
... to dig to a depth of twenty feet between houses of very ... and two blocks of granite
from the walls of the ... were but a few feet wide and could easily be crossed by ...
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The Presentation of the Blessed virgin in the Temple
... to a place on a high road from where one could see Jerusalem ... lies is terraced with
several streets of houses, built one above the other behind thick walls. ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookGenesis 49:6
O my soul, come not you into their secret; to their assembly, my honor, be not you united: for in their anger they slew a man, and in their self-will they dig down a wall.Torrey's Topical Textbook
And he brought me to the door of the court; and when I looked, behold a hole in the wall.
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Dig you through the wall in their sight, and carry out thereby.
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of the Cities Walls of Abel
of the Cities Walls of Babylon
of the Cities Walls of Bashan, Destroyed by the Israelites
of the Cities Walls of Beth-Shan
of the Cities Walls of Jericho
of the Cities Walls of Rabbah
of the Cities Walls of the New Jerusalem
of the Cities Walls: Broad
of the Cities Walls: Double
of the Cities Walls: Houses Built Upon
Walls of Cities
Walls of Cities were Battered by Besieging Armies
Walls of Cities were Broad and Places of Public Resort
Walls of Cities were Strongly Manned in War
Walls of Cities: Adroitness of Soldiers in Scaling Alluded To
Walls of Cities: Custom of Dedicating
Walls of Cities: Danger of Approaching Too Near To, in Time of War
Walls of Cities: Destruction of, a Punishment and Cause of Grief
Walls of Cities: Frequently Laid in Ruins
Walls of Cities: had Towers Built on Them
Walls of Cities: Houses often Built On
Walls of Cities: Houses Sometimes Broken Down to Repair, and Fortify
Walls of Cities: Idolatrous Rites Performed On
Walls of Cities: Kept by Watchmen Night and Day
Walls of Cities: Often Very High
Walls of Cities: Persons Let Down From
Walls of Cities: Sometimes Burned
Walls of Cities: Strongly Fortified
Walls of Cities: The Bodies of Enemies Sometimes Fastened On, As a Disgrace
Walls of Cities: The Falling of, Sometimes Occasioned Great Destruction
Walls of Houses
Walls of Houses: Could be Easily Dug Through
Walls of Houses: had Nails or Pegs Fastened Into Them when Built
Walls of Houses: Liable to Leprosy
Walls of Houses: Often Infested With Serpents
Walls of Houses: The Seat Next, Was the Place of Distinction
Walls of Houses: Usually Plastered
Walls of Jericho
Walls of Ordinances As a Protection to the Church
Walls of Salvation
Walls of Temples
Walls of the Church As a Protection to the Nation
Walls of the Protection of God
Walls of the Wealth of the Rich in his own Conceit
Walls of Those Who Afford Protection
Walls of Vineyards
Walls were Probably often Strengthened With Plates of Iron or Brass
Walls: (Bowing or Tottering) of the Wicked Under Judgments
Walls: (Brazen) of Prophets in Their Testimony Against the Wicked
Walls: (Daubed With Untempered Mortar) of the Teaching of False
Walls: (Of Partition) Separation of Jews and Gentiles
Walls: (Whited) Hypocrites
Walls: Designed for Defence
Walls: Designed for Separation
Walls: Frequently Made of Stone and Wood Together
Walls: Hyssop Frequently Grew On
Walls: Miracles Connected With: Falling of the Walls of Jericho
Walls: Miracles Connected With: Handwriting on the Wall of Belshazzar's Palace
Walls: Small Towns and Villages Were not Surrounded By
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