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" So those that were thus distressed by the famine were very desirous to die, and those already dead were esteemed happy because they had not lived long enough either to hear or to see such miseries. "
The Genuine Works of Flavius Josephus, the Learned and Authentic Jewish ... - Page 85
by Flavius Josephus - 1815
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The Divine comedy of Dante Alighieri, translated by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1886
...trembled as if this unheard-of action had been done by themselves. So those that were thus distressed by the famine were very desirous to die, and those...long enough either to hear or to see such miseries." 31. Shakespeare, King Lear, V. 3 : And In thl a htblt 32. In this faneiful recognition of the word...
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The Divine Comedy

Dante Alighieri - 1893 - 760 pages
...trembled as if this unheard of action had been done by themselves. So those that were thus distressed by the famine were very desirous to die, and those...long enough either to hear or to see such miseries." 31. Shakespeare, King Lear, V. 3 : " And in this habit Met I my father with his bleeding rings,...
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The Gospel: An Exposition of Its First Principles

Brigham Henry Roberts - 1893 - 352 pages
...that those that were thus distressed by the famine, were very desirous to die ; and those who were already dead were esteemed happy, because they had...long enough, either to hear or to see such miseries." (Wars of the Jews; Joaephus, Book VI: chapter iii.) I advise my readers to compare this incident and...
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Prophecies of Jesus: Or The Fulfillment of the Predictions of Our Saviour ...

John Gotlieb Matteson - 1895 - 566 pages
...city was immediately filled with the rumor of this horrid action. So those that were thus distressed by the famine were very desirous to die, and those already dead were considered happy, because they had not lived long enough either to hear or to see such miseries. Thus...
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The Divine Comedy, Volume 10

Dante Alighieri - 1904
...trembled as if this unheard-of action had been done by themselves. So those that were thus distressed by the famine were very desirous to die, and those...long enough either to hear or to see such miseries." 31. Shakespeare, " King Lear," v. 3: And in this habit Met I my father with his bleeding rings, Their...
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The Great Events by Famous Historians: A.D. 13-409

Charles Francis Horne, Rossiter Johnson - 1905 - 440 pages
...trembled, as if this unheard-of action had been done by themselves. So those that were thus distressed by the famine were very desirous to die, and those...long enough either to hear or to see such miseries. This sad instance was quickly told to the Romans, some of whom could not believe it, and others pitied...
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Four Views on the Book of Revelation

C. Marvin Pate - 1998 - 252 pages
...12:44). Many of the Jews desired to die but suffered long (Rev. 9:6): "Those that were thus distressed by the famine were very desirous to die; and those...long enough either to hear or to see such miseries" (Wars 6.3.4). The Sixth Trumpet Revelation 9:14-16 introduces the sixth trumpet: [The angel] said to...
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The Great Roman-Jewish War

Flavius Josephus, William Whiston, David Samuel Margoliouth - 2004 - 485 pages
...trembled, as if this unheard of action had been done by themselves. So those that were thus distressed by the famine were very desirous to die, and those...sad instance was quickly told to the Romans, some of whom could not believe it, and others pitied the distress which the Jews were under; but there were...
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Revelation in Context

Irene Belyeu - 2006 - 668 pages
...trembled, as if this unheard-of action had been done by themselves. So those that were thus distressed by the famine were very desirous to die; and those...because they had not lived long enough either to hear or see such miseries (Wars, 6.3.4). ARMAGEDDON DEFINED Revelation 16:16: "And he gathered them together...
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The Works of Flavius Josephus: The History of the Destruction of Jerusalem ...

M. a. Reverend a. R. Shilleto, Flavius Josephus - 2006 - 276 pages
...shuddered, as if this unheardof action had been done by themselves. And those that were thus distressed by the famine were very desirous to die, and those...because they had not lived long enough either to hear or see such miseries. 5. This tragic story soon spread among the Romans, some of whom hardly believed...
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