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" This they discover'd to be the door of a cave, which had a long entry leading into it. At the first entering we were forced to creep; but still as we went on, the pillars on each side of us were higher and higher; and coming into the cave, we found it... "
The Philosophical Transactions ... Abridged ... - Page 120
by Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1749
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Memoirs: Being a New Abridgment of the Philosophical Transactions...

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1740
...which had a long entry leading into it ; at the firft entering we were obliged to creep, but (till as we went on, the pillars on each fide of us were...higher, and coming into the cave we found it about 3.0 foot high j in this cave on each hand of us, there was a cell, or apartment, and another went on...
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The Testimony of Tradition

David MacRitchie - 1890 - 205 pages
...At the first entering, we were forced to creep ; but still as we went on, the pillars on each side of us were higher and higher ; and coming into the cave, we found it about twenty foot high. In this cave, on each hand of us, was a cell or apartment, and another went on straight...
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The Testimony of Tradition

David MacRitchie - 1890 - 205 pages
...At the first entering, we were forced to creep ; but still as we went on, the pillars on each side of us were higher and higher ; and coming into the cave, we found it about twenty foot high. In this cave, on each hand of us, was a cell or apartment, and another went on straight...
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The Dolmens of Ireland: Their Distribution, Structural ..., Volume 2

William Copeland Borlase - 1897
..."At the first entering we were forced to creep; but still, as we went on, the Pillars on each side of us were higher and higher ; and coming into the...of us, was a Cell or Apartment, and another went on straight forward opposite to the Entry. In those on each hand was a very broad shallow Bason of stone,...
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The Dolmens of Ireland: Their Distribution, Structural ..., Volume 2

William Copeland Borlase - 1897
...At the first entering we were forced to creep ; but still, as we went on, the Pillars on each side of us were higher and higher ; and coming into the...of us, was a Cell or Apartment, and another went on straight forward opposite to the Entry. In those on each hand was a very broad shallow Bason of stone,...
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From Stonehenge to Samarkand: An Anthology of Archaeological Travel Writing

Brian Fagan, Professor of Anthropology Brian Fagan, Brian (Emeritus Profsesor of Anthropology Fagan, University of California) - 2006 - 291 pages
...it. At the first entering we were forced to creep; but still as we went on, the pillars on each side of us were higher and higher; and coming into the...of us was a cell or apartment, and another went on streight forward opposite to the entry. In those on each hand was a very broad shallow bason of stone,...
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