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" ... and its gates proudly hung with trophies. Sophocles appears with splendid dignity, like some imperial palace of richest architecture, the symmetry of whose parts and the chaste magnificence of the whole, delight the eye. and command the approbation... "
The tragedies of Sophocles - Page vi
by Sophocles - 1813 - 408 pages
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 63

1788
...like fome imperial palace of the richett architecture, the fymmetry of wjiofe parts, and the chafte magnificence of the whole, delight the eye, and command the approbation of the judgement. The pathetic and moral Euripides hath the folemnity of a Gothic temple, whofe ftoried windows...
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 91

1792
...dignity, like fome imperial palace of riehen architecture, the fymmetry of whofc parts, and the chafte magnificence of the whole, delight the eye, and command...of the judgment. The pathetic and moral Euripides has the folemnity of a Gothic Temple, whofe ftoried windows admit a dim religious light, enough to...
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The tragedies of Sophocles translated [by R. Potter].

Sophocles - 1819
...Sophocles appears with splendid dignity, like some imperial palace of richest architecture, the symmetry of whose parts, and the chaste magnificence of the...storied windows admit a dim religious light, enough to shew us its high embowed roof, and the monuments of the dead, which rise in every part, impressing...
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On the Beauties, Harmonies, and Sublimities of Nature: With ..., Volume 4

Charles Bucke - 1823
...SOPHOCLES appears with splendid dignity, like some imperial palace of richest architecture, the symmetry of whose parts, and the chaste magnificence of the...storied windows admit a dim religious light, enough to shew us its high embossed roof, and the menu Jents of the dead, which rise in every part, impressing...
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On the beauties, harmonies and sublimities of nature: with remarks ..., Volume 3

Charles Bucke - 1837
...SOPHOCLES appears with splendid dignity, like some imperial palace of richest architecture, the symmetry of whose parts, and the chaste magnificence of the...a dim religious light, enough to show us its high embossed roof, and the monuments of the dead, which rise in every part, impressing our minds with pity...
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Manual of Classical Literature

Johann Joachim Eschenburg - Art - 1841 - 753 pages
...Sophocles appears with splendid dignity, like some imperial palace of richest architecture, the symmetry of whose parts and the chaste magnificence of the...windows admit a dim religious light, enough to show its high embowed roof, and the monuments of the dead, which rise in every part, impressing our minds...
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Manual of Classical Literature

Johann Joachim Eschenburg - Art, Ancient - 1844 - 690 pages
...magnificence of the whole, delight ihe eye, and command the approbation of the judgment. The pathetic ard moral Euripides hath the solemnity of a Gothic temple,...windows admit a dim religious light, enough to show its high embowed roof, and the monuments of the dead, which rise in every part, impressing our minds...
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Manual of Classical Literature

Johann Joachim Eschenburg - Art, Ancient - 1845 - 690 pages
...Sophocles appears with splendid dignity, like some imperial palace of richest architecture, the symmetry of whose parts and the chaste magnificence of the...windows • admit a dim religious light, enough to snow its high embowod roof, nnd the monuments of the dead, which rise in ever^' part, impressing our...
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Manual of Classical Literature: From the German of J.J. Eschenburg ... With ...

Johann Joachim Eschenburg, Nathan Welby Fiske - Art - 1849 - 690 pages
...Sophocles appears with splendid dignity, like some imperial palace of richest architecture, the symmetry of whose parts and the chaste magnificence of the...hath the solemnity of a Gothic temple, whose storied window» admit a dim religious light, enough to show its high embowed roof, and the monuments of the...
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Manual of classical literature

Johann Joachim Eschenburg - Literary Criticism - 1854 - 690 pages
...Sophocles appears with splendid dignity, like some imperial palace of rirhest architecture, me symmetry of whose parts and the chaste magnificence of the whole, delight the eye, and command ihe approbation of the judgment. The pathetic and moral Euripides hnth the solemnity of a Gothic temple,...
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