Walls of Cities: Danger of Approaching Too Near To, in Time of War
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The "Little Knife" Insurrection
... strangers in the city were in great danger of being ... the house of a friend outside
of the city walls. ... insurrection at Hai-teng, and Chioh-be (cities fifteen and ...
/.../fagg/forty years in south china/vi the little knife insurrection.htm

The Burning of Athens.
... There is a catalogue of twelve cities in this valley ... however, had the impending of
this danger been made ... who believed that the phrase "wooden walls," used by ...
//christianbookshelf.org/abbott/xerxes/chapter x the burning of.htm

The Preparations of the Greeks for Defense.
... There were various other states and cities in Greece ... avoid, or, at least, to mitigate
the impending danger. ... who supposed that by the "wooden walls" was denoted ...
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Of the Commissioners Hellebichus Commander of the Troops, and ...
... men has been able to prevent such a danger, then what ... What could be more illustrious
than the cities of Sodom? ... were splendid, and so were their walls; and the ...
/.../chrysostom/on the priesthood/homily xvii of the commissioners.htm

Funeral Oration on the Great S. Basil, Bishop of C├Žsarea in ...
... But, as it is, there is a danger of the ... He himself too founded one [4447] worthy
of mention ... barbaric inroad which, instead of destroying walls, cities and houses ...
/.../cyril/lectures of s cyril of jerusalem/oration xliii funeral oration on.htm

The First Theban Empire
... although too feeble to constitute any serious danger to large ... But the ancient royal
cities of Kheops and his ... them represented in painting upon the walls of his ...
/.../chapter iiithe first theban empire.htm

The Eighteenth Theban Dynasty
... a perpetual state of war"a war without danger, but full ... on the destroyed part of
the walls where Naville ... and left to levy contributions on the cities of the ...
/.../chapter iiithe eighteenth theban dynasty.htm

Syria at the Beginning of the Egyptian Conquest
... and was sometimes used to denote cities which had ... have perished with the crumbling
Theban walls upon which ... For an invader approaching from the east or north it ...
/.../chapter iisyria at the beginning.htm

The Last Days of the Old Eastern World
... devastated the surrounding country, razed the city walls to the ... They had once more
averted the danger of an ... common enemy, while half of the cities whose safety ...
/.../chapter iithe last days of 2.htm

From the Close of the General Conference of 1808, to the ...
... on the plains of Abraham, under the walls of the ... There is greater danger at present
arising from their ... In the neighborhood of large cities, where the meetings ...
/.../chapter 8 from the close.htm

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2 Samuel 11:20,21
And if so be that the king's wrath arise, and he say to you, Why approached you so near to the city when you did fight? knew you not that they would shoot from the wall?
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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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