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" More than twenty thousand persons were believed to have been destroyed by the shock.t and the flower of the Spartan youth was overwhelmed by the fall of the building in which they were exercising themselves at the time. It was chiefly the presence of... "
A History of Greece - Page 201
by Connop Thirlwall - 1845
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A History of Greece, Volume 3

Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1836
...standing.1 More than twenty thou. sand persons were believed to have been destroyed by the shock2, and the flower of the Spartan youth was overwhelmed...in which they hoped to surprise their masters. But Archidamus foreseeing the danger, as soon as the first consternation had subsided, while the survivors...
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The History of Greece

Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1846
...standing.1 More than twenty thousand persons were t_XY1L t believed to have been destroyed by the shock 2, and the flower of the Spartan youth was overwhelmed by the fall of the building in which they were ex- ' ercising themselves at the time. It was chiefly the presence of mind displayed on this occasion...
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The history of Greece, Volume 1

Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1860
...itself became a heap of ruins, in which not more than five houses are said to have been left standing. t More than twenty thousand persons were believed to...in which they hoped to surprise their masters. But Archidamus, foreseeing the danger, as soon as the first consternation had subsided, while the survivers...
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San Francisco's great disaster: a full account of the recent terrible ...

Sydney Tyler, Ralph Stockman Tarr - Earthquakes - 1906 - 424 pages
...have been left standing. More than 20,000 persons were believed to have been destroyed by the shock and the flower of the Spartan youth was overwhelmed by the fall of the buildings in which they were exercising themselves. THE LISBON TRAGEDY. The Lisbon earthquake cost...
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Complete Story of the San Francisco Earthquake: The Eruption of Mount ...

Marshall Everett - Earthquakes - 1906 - 304 pages
...have been left standing. More than 20,000 persons were believed to have been destroyed by the shock, and the flower of the Spartan youth was overwhelmed by the fall of those buildings in which they were exercising and developing themselves into physical perfection. The...
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