Gardens: Often Used for Entertainments
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Pagan Cemeteries.
... Tombstones often mention transactions of this kind, and state ... or maker of caligae,
which were used chiefly by ... The gardens of Sallust were surrounded by it on ...
/.../lanciani/pagan and christian rome/chapter vi pagan cemeteries.htm

The Life of Sir Thomas Browne.
... not upon Digby, who was to be used with ceremony ... it in the description of the hanging
gardens of Babylon ... not skilled in oriental botany; and are often of more ...
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The Eighteenth Theban Dynasty --(Continued)
... Building and ornamental woods are often mentioned in ... as well as the words must have
been imported into Egypt, eg the quiver, the sword and javelins used by the ...
/.../chapter ithe eighteenth theban dynastycontinued.htm

Conclusion --Repent Ye, for the Kingdom of Heaven is at Hand.
... This is stated in all catechisms or books used in schools ... One often wonders why a
fashionable lady or an artist ... and she could not have her entertainments and her ...
/.../the kingdom of god is within you/chapter xii conclusionrepent ye for.htm

The Medes and the Second Chaldaean Empire
... years, allowed their critical faculties, and often their imagination ... banquets, and
entertainments in the gardens in company ... II of the East, used neither saddle ...
/.../chapter iiithe medes and the.htm

Period I: the Imperial State Church of the Undivided Empire, or ...
... The former, although given various privileges, was crushed down by being obliged
to continue in what was often an unprofitable occupation; the latter was made ...
/.../ayer/a source book for ancient church history/period i the imperial state.htm

part i
... said of Thyself: "I am meek and lowly in heart." [44] True it is that often our
evil ... out of bread and wine, which are so near to our flesh, being used for our ...
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Songs 5:1
I am come into my garden, my sister, my spouse: I have gathered my myrrh with my spice; I have eaten my honeycomb with my honey; I have drunk my wine with my milk: eat, O friends; drink, yes, drink abundantly, O beloved.
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Gardens of Eden: Called the Garden of God

Gardens of Eden: Called the Garden of the Lord

Gardens of Eden: Fertility of Canaan Like

Gardens of Eden: had Every Tree Good for Food

Gardens of Eden: Man Driven From, After the Fall

Gardens of Eden: Man Placed In, to Dress and Keep

Gardens of Eden: Planted by the Lord

Gardens of Eden: The Future State of the Jews Shall be Like

Gardens of Eden: Watered by a River

Gardens of the Church

Gardens: (Enclosed) of the Pleasantness, Fruitfulness, and Security

Gardens: (Well Watered) Spiritual Prosperity of the Church

Gardens: (When Dried Up) the Wicked

Gardens: Blasting of, a Punishment

Gardens: Jews Ordered to Plant, in Babylon

Gardens: Kinds of, Mentioned in Scripture: Cucumbers

Gardens: Kinds of, Mentioned in Scripture: Fruit Trees

Gardens: Kinds of, Mentioned in Scripture: Herbs

Gardens: Kinds of, Mentioned in Scripture: Spices

Gardens: Lodges Erected In

Gardens: Often Enclosed

Gardens: Often Made by the Banks of Rivers

Gardens: Often Refreshed by Fountains

Gardens: Often Used for Burial Places

Gardens: Often Used for Entertainments

Gardens: Often Used for Idolatrous Worship

Gardens: Often Used for Retirement

Gardens: Taken Care of by Gardeners

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