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" Thofe ftanding under the moft lofty part are thirty feet ia circumference, and eighty in height: the others are one third lefs. The world does not contain a building the character and grandeur of which more forcibly imprefs awe and majefty: it feems adequate... "
Letters on Egypt: Containing, a Parallel Between the Manners of Its Ancient ... - Página 30
por Savary (M., Claude Etienne) - 1787
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen57,Parte2

1787
...contain a buildinr, the charaftcr and grandeur of which mure forcibly impref; awe and majefty. It teems adequate to the high idea the Egyptians had formed...can it be entered or beheld but •with reverence. It? Inks, both within and without, are loaded with hieroglyphics and extraordinary figures. On the...
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Annual Register, Volumen28

Edmund Burke - 1788
...is fultained by eighteen rows of columns. Thofe Handing under the moft lofty part ate thirty feet in circumference, and eighty in height; the others are...idea the Egyptians had formed of the Supreme Being j nor can it be entered or beheld but with reverence. Its fides, both within and without, are loaded...
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Annual Register, Volumen28

1788
...contain a building the character and grandeur of which more forcibly imprefs awe and majelly : it items adequate to the high idea the Egyptians had formed...loaded with hieroglyphics, and extraordinary figures. Un the northern wall are repreiVntations of battles, with horl'es and chariots, one of which is drawn...
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Indian Antiquities: Or, Dissertations Relative to the Ancient Geographical ...

Thomas Maurice - 1806
...grandeur of which more forcibly impress ideas of awe and majesty : it seems adequate to the lofty notions the Egyptians had formed of the Supreme Being ; nor...can it be entered or beheld but with reverence/'* The ingenious writer, after this account of the TEMPLE, proceeds to describe the adjoining PALACE of...
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