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" Egyptians ; for this animal was esteemed by him to be the most inspired of all the reptiles, and of a fiery nature, inasmuch as it exhibits an incredible celerity, moving by its spirit without either hands or feet, or any of those external members by... "
Ancient Fragments of the Phoenician, Chaldaean, Egyptian, Tyrian ... - Page 18
by Isaac Preston Cory - 1832 - 361 pages
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Ancient Fragments of the Phoenician, ChaldÆan, Egyptian, Tyrian ...

Isaac Preston Cory - 1832 - 751 pages
.../Tofí íii xa ¿ ÇSov nal ¿x <rvp,inasmuch as it exhibits an incredible celerity, ttioving by ite spirit without either hands, or feet( or any of those external members* by Which ether animals effect their motion. And in its Jltbgress it assumes a variety of forms, hloving in a...
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The phenix; a collection of old and rare fragments

Phenix - 1835
...this animal was esteemed by him to be the most inspirited of all the reptiles, and of a fiery nature; inasmuch as it exhibits an incredible celerity, moving by its spirit without either L . hands or feet, or any of those external members by which other animals effect their motion; and...
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A Classical and Archaeological Dictionary of the Manners, Customs, Laws ...

P. Austin Nuttall - 1840 - 678 pages
...this animal was esteemed by him to be the most inspirited of all the reptiles, and of a fiery nature ; inasmuch as it exhibits an incredible celerity, moving...And in its progress it assumes a variety of forms, moiing in a spiral course, and darting forward with whatever degree of swiftiaess it pleases. It is...
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1842
...for this animal was held by him to be the most inspirited of all the reptiles, and of a fiery nature, inasmuch as it exhibits an incredible celerity, moving...without either hands or feet, or any of those external organs, by which other animals effect their motion ; and in its progress it assumes a variety of forms,...
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The Serpent Symbol, and the Worship of the Reciprocal Principles of Nature ...

Ephraim George Squier - 1851 - 254 pages
...this animal was esteemed by him to be the most inspirited of all reptiles, and of a fiery nature ; inasmuch as it exhibits an incredible celerity, moving by its spirit, without hands, or feet, or any of the external members by which the other animals effect their motion. And...
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Vestiges of the Spirit-history of Man

Samuel Fales Dunlap - 1858 - 404 pages
...to be the most inspirited of all the reptiles, and of a fiery nature (icai irvpc!iSe<; vrr1 avrou) ; inasmuch as it exhibits an incredible celerity, moving...members by which other animals effect their motion.'" Moses made a Brazen Serpent for the Hebrews which was worshipped until the days of Hezekiah.' And Moses...
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Vestiges of the Spirit-history of Man

Samuel Fales Dunlap - 1858 - 404 pages
...to be the most inspirited of all the reptiles, and of a fiery nature (*ol irvp£>Se<; VTT' avrov) ; inasmuch as it exhibits an incredible celerity, moving...external members by which other animals effect their motion."4 Moses made a Brazen Serpent for the Hebrews which was worshipped until the days of Hezekiah.*...
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The Two Babylons: Or, The Papal Worship Proved to be the Worship of Nimrod ...

Alexander Hislop - 1862 - 470 pages
...Antiquities, vol. vi. p. 368. London, 1796. most spiritual of all the reptiles, and of a FIERY nature, inasmuch as it exhibits an incredible celerity, moving by its spirit, without either hands or feet. . . . Moreover, it is long-lived, and has the quality of RENEWING ITS YOUTH ... as Thoth has laid down...
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The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and ..., Volume 2

1873
...this animal was esteemed by him to be the most inspired of all the reptiles, and of a fiery nature, inasmuch as it exhibits an incredible celerity, moving...variety of forms, moving in a spiral course, and darting forwards with whatever degree of swiftness it pleases. It is, moreover, long-lived, and has the quality...
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Cory's Ancient Fragments of the Phoenician, Carthaginian, Babylonian ...

Isaac Preston Cory, Edward Richmond Hodges - 1876 - 214 pages
...this animal was held by him to be the most inspirited of all the reptiles, and of a fiery nature ; inasmuch as it exhibits an incredible celerity, moving...without either hands, or feet, or any of those external organs, by which other animals effect their motion. And in its progress it assumes 1 ie, Conceiving...
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