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" To this reason another may be added of a more honourable nature. The Germans treated their women with esteem and confidence, consulted them on every occasion of importance, and fondly believed that in their breasts resided a sanctity and wisdom more than... "
Preparatory Latin Prose-book - Seite 382
1862
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Handbuch der englischen sprache und literature, Band 1

H. Nolte - 1823
...and the eunuchs of a Persian baram. To this reason, another may be added of a more honourable nature. The Germans treated their women with esteem and confidence,...believed, that in their breasts resided a sanctity and wiidora, more than humad. Some of these interpreters of fate, such as Velleda in the Batavian war,...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 3

Edward Gibbon - 1837 - 1256 Seiten
...and the cunueln of a Persian haram. To this reason another may be added, of a more honourable nature. The Germans treated their women with esteem and confidence,...that in their breasts resided a sanctity and wisdom IIKTC than human. Some of these interpreters of fit*, such as Velleda, in the Batavian war, governed,...
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Lady Morley's lecture [a skit, by W. Smyth. Wanting the dedication. The ...

William Smyth - 1840
...natural share of consideration and respect. The historian, Tacitus, who describes them, declares that the Germans treated their women with esteem and confidence,...consulted them on every occasion of importance, and finally, believed that in their breasts resided a sanctity and wisdom more than human. From these times...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 1

Edward Gibbon - 1846
...eunuchs of a Persian haram. To this reason another may be added, of a more honourable nature. The Gennans treated their women with esteem and confidence, consulted...resided a sanctity and wisdom more than human. Some of these interpreters of fate, such as Velleda, in the Batavian war, governed, in the name of the deity,...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 1

Edward Gibbon - 1850
...and the eunuchs of a Persian haram. To this reason another may be added, of a more honorable nature. The Germans treated their women with esteem and confidence,...wisdom more than human. Some of the interpreters of fate, such as Velleda, in the Batavian war, governed, in the name of the deity, the fiercest nations...
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, with notes by ...

Edward Gibbon - 1854
...and the eunuchs of a Persian haram. To this reason another may be added of a more honourable nature. The Germans treated their women with esteem and confidence,...resided a sanctity and wisdom more than human. Some of these interpreters of fate, such as Velleda, in the Batavian war, governed, in the name of the deity,...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 1

Edward Gibbon - 1856
...Germans treated their women with esteem and confidence, consulted them on every occasion of impoita'nce, and fondly believed, that in their breasts resided...wisdom more than human. Some of the interpreters of fate, such as Velleda, in the Batavian war, governed, in the name of the deity, the fiercest nations...
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The Irish harp, ed. by M.J. M'Cann

Michael Joseph M'Cann
...Homer and Plato, nnder tlia tuition of the sublime Longinus. — Gibbon. THE ANCIENT GEBMAN WOMEN. — The Germans treated their women with esteem and confidence,...resided a sanctity and wisdom more than human. Some of these interpreters of fate, such as Pelleda, in the Batavian War, governed in the name of the Deity...
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Bibliotheca Sacra and Theological Review, Band 23

1866
...compassion for the criminal, nor wealth procure any alleviation of the doom. The Germans, says Tacitus, ever treated their women with esteem and confidence, consulted...and fondly believed that in their breasts resided a wisdom which raised them above men, and a sanctity which allied them to the gods. This esteem and respect,...
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The Bibliotheca Sacra, Band 23

1866
...compassion for the criminal, nor wealth procure any alleviation of the doom. The Germans, says Tacitus, ever treated their women with esteem and confidence, consulted...and fondly believed that in their breasts resided a wisdom which raised them above men, and a sanctity which allied them to the gods. This esteem and respect,...
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