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" ... poet's words : but if admitted , it only proves, what could hardly be questioned even without this evidence, [?] that the poet was not so ignorant of the art as never to have heard of its existence. * * * And on the other hand, if the tablet contained... "
A History of Greece - Page 228
by Connop Thirlwall - 1835 - 3394 pages
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A History of Greece, Volume 1

Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1845
...that the tbaractrn ware ruaTtnticn.nl i-ipbera. but luch a atippuaiuua 11 kanlly worth mention) tiff. want of alphabetical writing was so felt, and had...which had •acquired a new form in his own time. When, however, it is considered that throughout the Homeric poems, though they appear to embrace the...
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The American Whig Review, Volumes 7-8

1848
...* And on the other hand, if the tablet contained only a picture or a series of imitative pictures, it would be evident that where the want of alphabetical...state of the art which had acquired a new form in his time." * Vol ii. p. 149. t Thirlwall, p. 217. •j Grote, Vol. II., p. 156. Milford accurately quotes...
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The American Whig Review, Volume 7

1848
...* And on the other hand, if the tablet contained only a picture or a scries of imitative pictures, it would be evident that where the want of alphabetical...was only describing a ruder state of the art which liad acquired a new form in his time."g * Vol. ii. p. 149. t Thirlwall, p. 247. IGrotc, Vol. II., p....
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Pieces of a Broken-down Critic: Picked Up by Himself, Volumes 1-4

Charles Astor Bristed - 1858
...* And on the other hand, if the tablet contained only a picture or a series of imitative pictures, it would be evident that where the want of alphabetical...state of the art which had acquired a new form in his time." -jf And his last suggestion on this point is certainly ingenious and plausible: — * Vol. ii....
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Pieces of a Broken-down Critic: Picked Up by Himself, Volumes 1-4

Charles Astor Bristed - 1858
...* And on the other hand, if the tablet contained only a picture or a series of imitative pictures, it would be evident that where the want of alphabetical...state of the art which had acquired a new form in his time." •}••{• And his last suggestion on this point is certainly ingenious and plausible: *...
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Pieces of a Broken-down Critic: Picked Up by Himself, Volumes 1-4

Charles Astor Bristed - 1858
...or a series of imitative pictures, it would be evident that where the want of alphabetical waiting was so felt, and had begun to be so supplied by drawing,...state of the art which had acquired a new form in his time." •{••{• And his last suggestion on this point is certainly ingenious and plausible :...
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