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" They would destroy no city of the Amphictyons, nor cut off their streams in war or peace ; and if any should do so, they would march against him and destroy his cities ; and should any pillage the property of the god, or be privy to or plan any thing... "
A SCHOOL DICTIONARY OF GREEK AND ROMAN ANTIQUITIES - Page 18
by WILLIAM SMITH, LL.D. - 1851
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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities

Sir William Smith, Charles Anthon - Classical dictionaries - 1843 - 1116 pages
...AMPHICTYONS. 'jees made. The oatii was as follows :* " They would destroy no city of ihe Amphictyons, nor cut off their streams in war or peace; and if any should 'lo so, they would march against him and destroy his cities ; and should any pillage the property of...
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A School Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities: Abridged from the Larger ...

William Smith - Classical dictionaries - 1846 - 373 pages
...They woul destroy no city of the Amphictyons, nor co off their streams in war or peace ; and if an should do so, they would march against him, and destroy his cities ; and should any pillajf the property of the god, or be privy to or plan anything against what was in his temple (at...
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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities

William Smith - Classical dictionaries - 1847 - 1116 pages
...AMPHICTYONS. crees made. The oath was as follows:1 "They would destroy no city of the Amphictyons, nor cut off their streams in war or peace ; and if...should any pillage the property of the god, or be pjTvy to ot plan anything against what was in his temple (at Delphi), tney would take vengeance on...
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Principles of the Law of Nations: With Practical Notes and Supplementary ...

Archer Polson - Blockade - 1848 - 129 pages
...That they would not destroy any city of the Amphictyons, nor, in war or peace, cut off their water, and, if any should do so, they would march against...cities; and should any pillage the property of the god (Apollo), or be privy to or plan anything against what was in his temple (at Delphi), they would take...
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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities

William Smith, Charles Anthon - Classical dictionaries - 1857 - 1116 pages
...Cu»., 124.) trees made. The oath was as follows:1 "They would destroy no city of the Amphictyons, nor cut off their streams in war or peace ; and if...they would march against him and destroy his cities j and should any pillage the property of the god, or be pnvy to 01 plan anything against what was in...
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Principles of the Law of Nations: With Practical Notes and Supplementary ...

Archer Polson - Blockade - 1859 - 129 pages
...would n_ot_destroyany city of the Amphictyons, nor, in war or peace, cut oTFTReir water, aiicL~if~ahy should do so, they would march against him, and destroy...cities; and should any pillage the property of the god (Apollo), or be privy to or plan anything against what was in his temple (at Delphi), they would take...
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Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for ..., Volume 1

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1870
...by an oath that ' they would destroy no city of the Amphictyons, nor cut off their streams in wtir or peace ; and if any should do so, they would march...what was in his temple at Delphi, they would take venpcance on him with hand, and foot, and voice, and all their might' (Jîschincs). It is only right...
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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities

William Smith - Classical dictionaries - 1873 - 1293 pages
...it The oath was as follows (Aesch. De FL § 121) : "They would destroy no city of the Amphictyons, nor cut off their streams in war or peace ; and if...do so, they would march against him and destroy his citie* ; and should any pillage the property of the god, or be privy to or plan any thing against what...
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An Outline of General History: For the Use of Schools

Mary Elsie Thalheimer - History - 1877 - 349 pages
...protection of every member by the following oath : ' ' They would destroy no city of the Amphictyons, nor cut off their streams in war or peace; and if...cities; and should any pillage the property of the god (Apollo), or plan any thing against his temple, at Delphi (§99), they would take vengeance upon him...
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Library of Universal Knowledge, Volume 1

Encyclopedias - 1880
...independent. They bound themselves by an oath that "they would destroy no city of the Amphictyons, nor cut off their streams in war or peace; and if any should do so, they would inarch against him and destroy his cities; and should any pillage the property of the god, or be privy...
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