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" The inscription too("/ am Cyrus, the son of Cambyses, who founded the empire of the Persians, and ruled over Asia. Grudge me not then this monument ") could scarcely have been placed on a cenotaph. "
The History of Antiquity - Page 130
by Max Duncker - 1882
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The History of Herodotus: A New English Version, Edited with Copious Notes ...

Herodotus - Greece - 1859
...tomb had been violated, Aristobulus himself collected and interred the remains. The inscription too("/ am Cyrus, the son of Cambyses, who founded the empire of the Persians, and ruled over Asia. Grudge me not then this monument ") could scarcely have been placed on a cenotaph....
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Bombay Miscellany, Volume 1

Bombay (India) - 1861
...sarcophagus, and of the body of the great king which was found therein, but of the wellknown inscription — " I am Cyrus, the son of Cambyses, who founded the Empire of the Persians, and ruled over Asia ; grudge me not, then, this monument." As the connecting link between sacred and profane...
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The History of Herodotus: A New English Version, Ed. with Copious ..., Volume 1

Hérodote - Greece - 1862
...had been violated, Aristobulus himself collected and interred the remains. The inscription too (" / am Cyrus, the son of Cambyses, who founded the empire of the Persians, and ruled over Asia. Grudge me not then this monument ") could scarcely have been placed on a cenotaph....
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A History of the World from the Earliest Records to the Present Time, Volume 1

Philip Smith - History, Ancient - 1864
...There the followers of Alexander (as Arrian relates) not only saw the tomb, bearing the inscription, " I am Cyrus, the son of Cambyses, who founded the empire of the Persians and ruled over Asia : grudge me not then this monument ; " but Aristobulus gathered together, and interred...
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A History of the Ancient World: From the Earliest Records to the ..., Volume 1

Philip Smith - History, Ancient - 1873
...There the followers of Alexander (as Arrian relates) not only saw the tomb, bearing the inscription, " I am Cyrus, the son of Cambyses, who founded the empire of the Persians and ruled over Asia : grudge me not then this monument ; " but Aristobulus gathered together, and interred...
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The History of Herodotus. A new Engl. version, ed. with notes by G ..., Volume 1

George Rawlinson - 1875
...had been violated, Aristobnlus himself collected and interred the remains. The inscription too (" / am Cyrus, the son of Cambyses, who founded the empire of the Persians, and ruled over Asia. Grudge me not then this monument") could scarcely have been placed on a cenotaph....
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Cassell's illustrated universal history, Volume 1

Edmund Ollier - World history - 1882
...the foe, for it was buried at Pasargadae, where the royal tomb is said to have borne the inscription, "I am Cyrus, the son of Cambyses, who founded the Empire of the Persians, and ruled over Asia: grudge me not, then, this monument" At Murghaub, on the site of the ancient Pasargadae,...
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History of the World from the Creation to the Fall of the Western ..., Volume 1

Philip Smith - History, Ancient - 1885
...There the followers of Alexander (as Arrian relates) not only saw the tomb, bearing the inscription, " I am Cyrus, the son of Cambyses, who founded the empire of the Persians and ruled over Asia: grudge me not then this monument;" but Aristobulus gathered together, and interred...
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The History of Herodotus: A New English Version, Ed. with Copious ..., Volume 1

Herodotus - Greece - 1889
...violated, Aristobulus himself colleeted and interred the remains. The inscription too ("7 am Cyrw, the son of Cambyses, who founded the empire of the Persians, and ruled over Asia. Grudge me not then this monument ") could scarcely have been placed on a cenotaph....
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Ten Thousand Miles in Persia: Or, Eight Years in Irán

Sir Percy Molesworth Sykes - Baluchistan - 1902 - 481 pages
...gives a description of Alexander's visit, says that the following inscription was on the tomb, " O man, I am Cyrus, the son of Cambyses, who founded the Empire of Persia, and was King of Asia. Grudge me not therefore this monument." 2 1 vi. 29. "And above was a...
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