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" Their other affections correspond to the grossness of these animal appetites. Capricious love and hatred, anger and jealousy, often disturb the calm of their bosoms ; the peace of the Olympian state might be broken by factions, and even by conspiracies... "
A History of Greece - Page 181
by Connop Thirlwall - 1835 - 3394 pages
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A History of Greece, Volume 1

Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1845
...veins of men, their heavenly frames are not insensible to pleasure and pain ; they need the refreshment of ambrosial food, and inhale a grateful savour from...wavers in his purpose, is overreached by artifice, Minded by desire, and hurried by resentment into unseemly violence. The relation in which he stands...
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The Evidences Against Christianity, Volume 1

John Shertzer Hittell - Free thought - 1857
...from the sacrifices of their worshipers. Their other affections correspond to the prossness of their animal appetites. Capricious love and hatred, anger...from their quarrels ; he occasionally wavers in his purposes, is overreached by artifice, blinded by desire, and hurried by resentment into unseemly violence."...
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The Sunday at Home: A Family Magazine for Sabbath Reading, Volume 28

1881
...tbe Olympian state might be broken by factions, and even by conspiracies formed against its chief. Ho himself cannot keep perfectly aloof from their quarrels ; he occasionally wavers in his_ purpose, is overruled by artifice, blinded by desires, and hurried by resentment into unseemly...
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The Religions of the Ancient World

George Rawlinson - Religion - 1884 - 95 pages
...veins of men, their heavenly frames are not insensible to pleasure and pain ; they need the refreshment of ambrosial food, and inhale a grateful savour from...quarrels ; he occasionally wavers in his purpose, is overruled by artifice, blinded by desires, and hurried by resentment into unseemly violence. The relation...
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The Religions of the Ancient World: Including Egypt, Assyria and Babylonia ...

George Rawlinson - Civilization, Ancient - 1883 - 249 pages
...ambrosial food, and inhale a grateful savour from the sacrifices of their worshippers. Their_j)ther affections correspond to the grossness of these animal...quarrels ; he occasionally wavers in his purpose, is overruled by artifice, blinded by desires, and hurried by resentment into unseemly violence. The relation...
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Humboldt library of science, Issue 62

1884
...their quarrels; he occasionally wavers in his purpose, is overruled by artifice, blinded by desires, and hurried by resentment into unseemly violence....described as emanating from his will, but sometimes he appears to be no more than the minister of a stern necessity, which he wishes in vain to elude." *...
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The Christ of Promise in Homer, Hesios, Vergil, Ovid, Horace Etc

Vincent Alphonso Fitz Simon - Christianity and other religions - 1909 - 275 pages
...refreshment of ambrosial food, and inhale a grateful savor from the sacrifices of their worshipers. Their other affections correspond to the grossness...quarrels ; he occasionally wavers in his purpose, is overruled by artifice, blinded by desires, and hurried by resentment into unseemly violence. The relation...
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The Christ of Promise in Homer, Hesios, Vergil, Ovid, Horace Etc

Vincent Alphonso Fitz Simon - Christianity and other religions - 1909 - 275 pages
...their quarrels; he occasionally wavers in his purpose, is overruled by artifice, blinded by desires, and hurried by resentment into unseemly violence....described as emanating from his will, but sometimes he appears to be no more than the minister of a stern necessity, which he wishes in vain to elude." A...
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The Religions of the Ancient World

George Rawlinson - Religion - 1994 - 180 pages
...worshippers. Their other affections correspond to the grossness of these animal appetites. Capricious love nnd hatred, anger and jealousy, often disturb the calm...quarrels ; he occasionally wavers in his purpose, is overruled by artifice, blinded by desires, and hurried by resentment into unseemly violence. The relation...
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