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" ... the reservoirs that received it, even the agricultural implements used in the gardens of the temple, were all of the same rich materials. The gardens, like those described belonging to the royal palaces, sparkled with flowers of gold and silver, and... "
Wonders of the World as Seen and Described by Great Writers - Page 194
edited by - 1912 - 359 pages
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History of the Conquest of Peru

William Hickling Prescott - 1847 - 650 pages
...Conq., MS. " El bulto del sol tenian mui grande de oro, l todo el servicio desta casa era fumes, the ewers which held the water for sacrifice, the...through subterraneous channels into the buildings, the reservoir that received it, even the agricultural implements used in the gardens of the temple, were...
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History of the Conquest of Peru: With a Preliminary View of the ..., Volume 1

William Hickling Prescott - 1848
...of the latter metal stood on the floor of the great saloon, filled with grain of the Indian corn; f the censers for the perfumes, the ewers which held...through subterraneous channels into the buildings, the reservoir that received it, even the agricultural implements used in the gardens of the temple, were...
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The Edinburgh Christian magazine, Volumes 1-2

1850
...immense vases ot'tLo latter metal stood on the floor of the great saloon, filled with grain of theIndian corn ; the censers for the perfumes, the ewers which...were all of the same rich materials. The gardens. like those described belonging to the royal palaces, sparkled with gold ami silver, and various imitations...
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History of the Conquest of Peru: With a Preliminary View of the Civilisation ...

William Hickling Prescott - 1850 - 334 pages
...original, as the Spanish reader perceives, says each of these silver vases or bins was as high as a which held the water for sacrifice, the pipes which...through subterraneous channels into the buildings, the reservoir that received it, even the agricultural implements used in the gardens of the temple, were...
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

1851
...silver. Twelve immense vases of the latter metal stood on the floor of the great saloon, filled with grain of the Indian corn: the censers for the perfumes,...were all of the same rich materials. The gardens, like those described belonging to the royal palaces, sparkled with gold and silver, and various imitations...
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Chambers's papers for the people, Parts 19-24

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1851
...silver. Twelve immense vases of the latter metal stood on the floor of the great saloon filled with grain of the Indian corn : the censers for the perfumes,...through subterraneous channels into the buildings, the reservoir that received it, even the agricultural implements used in the gardens of the temple, were...
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Chambers's Papers for the People, Volumes 11-12

1854
...silver. Twelve immense vases of the latter metal stood on the floor of the great saloon filled with grain of the Indian corn : the censers for the perfumes,...through subterraneous channels into the buildings, the reservoir that received it, even the agricultural implements used in the gardens of the temple, were...
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Australia and its gold fields: A historical sketch of the progress of the ...

Edward Hammond Hargraves - 1855 - 240 pages
...gold or silver. Twelve immense vases of the latter stood on the floor of the great saloon, filled with grain of the Indian corn ; the censers for the perfumes,...the pipes which conducted it through subterraneous passages into the building, the reservoir that received it, even the agricultural implements used in...
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Australia and Its Gold Fields: A Historical Sketch of the Progress of the ...

Edward Hammond Hargraves - 1855 - 240 pages
...sacrifice, the pipes which conducted it through subterraneous passages into the building, the reservoir that received it, even the agricultural implements...were all of the same rich materials. The gardens, like those described belonging to the royal palaces, sparkled with gold and silver, and various imitations...
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History of the Conquest of Peru: With a Preliminary View of the ..., Volume 1

William Hickling Prescott - 1874
...doze horones de plata blanca que dos bombrcs no abrazarian cada uno quadrados, i eran mas alto* fumes, the ewers which held the water for sacrifice, the...were all of the same rich materials. The gardens, like those described belonging to the royal palaces, sparkled with flowers of gold and silver, and...
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