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" ... in the lap of the statue is a stone, which on being struck emits a metallic sound, that might still be made use of to deceive a visitor who was predisposed to believe its powers. "
Ancient history - Página 251
por Gustaf Clemens Hebbe - 1848
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Topography of Thebes, and general view of Egypt. Being a short account of ...

John Gardner Wilkinson (sir.) - 1835
...struck," uf xa^Xt"° Tvirtvrof. t The names of Shama and Tama are also applied to them collectively. In the lap of the statue is a stone, which, on being struck, emits a metallic sound,* that might stillf be made use of to deceive a visitor, who was predisposed to believe its powers ; and from its...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volumen25

1835
...satisfy their curiosity. This fact is also recorded on its feet with the precision of the credulous. In the lap of the statue is a stone, which, on being struck, emits a metallic sound, ', that J The head is a single stone. § I make the west statue, by the sextant, fortyseven feet ; and the...
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The Metropolitan, Volumen14

1835
...tricks, by which the priest imposed upon the credulous, gives his own impression on the subject. " In the lap of the statue is a stone, which, on being struck, emits a metallic sound, t that might still} be made use of to deceive a visitor, who was predisposed to believe its powers;...
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A Classical Dictionary: Containing ... Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient ...

Charles Anthon - 1841
...retained in the traditional appellation of Salamat, 'salutations,' by the modern inhabitants of Thebes. / wo Ї Y a + X =h _" X; $ W| 6y h0... 8 2g n : kB] V J҈q h @o2^Έ $OX j% visiter who was predisposed to believe in ts powers ; and from its position, and a square space cut...
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Ruins of Ancient Cities: With General and Particular Accounts of ..., Volumen2

Charles Bucke - 1841
...Mr. Wilkinson : " In the lap of the statue," he states, " is a stone, which, on being struck, elicits a metallic sound that might still be made use of to deceive a visiter who was predisposed to believe its powers ; and from its position, and the squared space cut...
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Modern Egypt and Thebes: Being a Description of Egypt; Including ..., Volumen2

Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - 1843
...satisfy their curiosity.* This fact is also recorded on its feet with the precision of the credulous. In the lap of the statue is a stone, which, on being struck, emits a metallic sound, that might still f be made use of to deceive a visitor, who was predisposed to believe its powers ; and from its position,...
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The people's dictionary of the Bible [by J.R. Beard].

John Relly Beard - 1848
...ancient writers to utter a sound at the rising of the sun. This sound was ' like brass when struck.' In the lap of the statue is a stone which, on being...struck, emits a metallic sound that might still be made nse of to deceive a visitor predisposed to believe the powers of the statue. In the block behind is...
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Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London, Volumen1

Society of Antiquaries of London - 1849
...is said, in the reign of Domitian. The height of either colossus is 47 feet, or 53 above the plain ; in the lap of the statue is a stone, which on being struck emits a metallic sound, which was probably made use of to deceive those who were predisposed to belief in its magical powers....
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Proceedings, Volumen1

Society of Antiquaries of London - 1849
...is said, in the reign of Domitian. The height of either colossus is 47 feet, or 53 above the plain ; in the lap of the statue is a stone, which on being struck emits a metallic sound, which was probably made use of to deceive those who were predisposed to belief in its magical powers....
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The Metropolitan Magazine, Volumen14

1835
...tricks, by which the priest imposed upon the credulous, gives his own impression on the subject. " In the lap of the statue is a stone, which, on being struck, emits a metallic sound,t that might still; be made use of to deceive a visitor, who was predisposed to believe its powers...
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