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" ... both for its curious structure and its magnitude, and also for the vast wealth bestowed upon it, as well as for the glorious reputation it had for its holiness; yet might such a one comfort himself with this thought, that it was fate that decreed... "
The Genuine Works of Flavius Josephus, the Learned and Authentic Jewish ... - Page 91
by Flavius Josephus - 1815
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The four gardens, a solemn imagery [in verse, by H. Dartnall].

1870
...it was formerly burnt by the King of Babylon ; 2 Kings 25 : 9 ; 2 Chro. 30 : 19 : BC 588. 6. 4. 8. One cannot but wonder at the accuracy of this period...relating : for the same month and day were now observed. To this time from its first building by Solomon , was 1130 years 7 months and 15 days, its second tr...
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History and revelation, the correspondence of the predictions of ..., Volume 3

1875
...had for its holiness; yet might such a one comfort himself with this thought, that it was fate that decreed it so to be, which is inevitable, both as...creatures and as to works and places also. However, one vannot but wonder at the accuracy of this period thereto relating; for the same month and day were...
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Four Gardens: A Solemn Imagery, in Seven Parts ...

Henry Dartnall - 1878 - 509 pages
...Rabylon ; 2 Eings 25 : 0 ; 2 Chrn. 20 : 10 : nc 588. S. 4. B. One eannot bnt wonder at the aeenraey of this period thereto relating : for the same month and day were now ohserved. To this time from its first hnilding by Solomon ,....,.. was 1120 years 7 months and 15 days,...
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The Approaching End of the Age Viewed in the Light of History, Prophecy, and ...

Henry Grattan Guinness - 1879 - 695 pages
...had for its holiness ; yet might such a one comfort himself with this thought, that it was fnte that decreed it so to be, which is inevitable, both as...period thereto relating ; for the same month and day -jicre now observed, as I said before, wkerein the holy house was burnt formerly by the Babylonians...
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The approaching end of the age viewed in the light of history, prophecy and ...

Henry Grattan Guinness - 1882 - 776 pages
...had for its holiness ; yet might such a one comfort himself with this thought, that it was fate that decreed it so to be, which is inevitable, both as...the holy house was burnt formerly by the Babylonians " (Ant. vi. 4). Eighteen hundred years have rolled away since that event, but to this day the Jewish...
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The Historical Reader: Embracing Selections from Standard Writers of Ancient ...

John Jacob Anderson - 1885 - 544 pages
...had tor its holiness; yet might such a one comfort himself with this thought, that it was fate that decreed it so to be, which is inevitable, both as...living creatures and as to works and places also. 9. However, one cannot but wonder at the accuracy of this period thereto relating; for the same month...
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The Works of Josephus: With a Life Written by Himself, Volume 4

Flavius Josephus - 1889
...had for its holiness ; yet might such a one comfort himself with this thought, that it was fate that decreed it so to be, which is inevitable, both as to living creatures and aa to works and places also. However, one cannot but wonder at the accuracy of this period thereto...
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The Kingdom and Comings of Christ: Wherein is Explained the Prophecies of ...

John Collinsworth Simmons - 1891 - 320 pages
...of this symbol of the Chaldeans in the fact recorded by Josephus of the destruction of the temple: " However, one cannot but wonder at the accuracy of...observed, as I said before, wherein the holy house was burned formerly by the Babylonians." The number of the horses is given, and is amazingó" two hundred...
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Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, Volume 10

John McClintock - 1891
...fire (»'„ę„, vi, 4). Josephus remarks, " One cannot but wonder at the accuracy of this péritę! thereto relating; for the same month and day were now observed, as [ said before, wherein the holy house was burned formerly by the Babylonians. Now the number of years...
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Cyclopædia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, Volume 10

John McClintock - 1894
...structure, although Titus himself endeavored to extinguish the fire (H'nr, vi, 4). Josephus remarks, " One cannot but wonder at the accuracy of this period...observed, as I said before, wherein the holy house was burned formerly by the Babylonians. Now the number of years that passed from its first foundation,...
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