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" For to famous men all the earth is a sepulchre: and their virtues shall be testified, not only by the inscription in stone at home, but by an unwritten record of the mind, which more than of any monument will remain with every one for ever. "
Greece, a poem. [Followed by] Cassandra [a poem]. - Page 239
by William Haygarth - 1814
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The History of the Grecian War

Thucydides, Thomas Hobbes - Greece - 1822 - 495 pages
...upon all occasions, both of speech and 1 action, to be remembered for ever. For to famous men, all ' the earth is a sepulchre; and their virtues shall...only by the inscription in stone at home, but by an un' written record of the mind, which more than of any monu' ment, will remain with every one for ever....
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Thucydides, with notes and various readings

Thucydides - 1830
..." on all occasions, both of speech and action, to be remembered for " ever. For to famous men, all the earth is a sepulchre ; and their " virtues shall...than of any " monument, will remain with every one forever. In imitation there" fore of these men, and placing happiness in liberty, and liberty in "...
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A Dissertation Upon Funeral Orations: Read at the Islington Literary Institution

Alfred Augustus Fry - Funeral sermons - 1839 - 32 pages
...famous men all the earth is a sepulchre; and their virtues will be testified, not only by inscriptions at home, but by an unwritten record of the mind, which more than any monument, will treasure up their memory."f This Funeral Oration was a most remarkable one; but...
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The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, Volume 8

Thomas Hobbes, Thucydides, Homer - Greece - 1843 - 11 pages
...sepulchre : and their virtues shall be testified, not only by the inscription in stone at home, but3 by an unwritten record of the mind, which more than...any monument will remain with every one for ever. In imitation therefore of these men, and placing happiness in liberty, and liberty in valour, be forward...
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The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury, Volume 8

Thomas Hobbes - Greece - 1843 - 518 pages
...laid up, upon all occasions both of speech and action to be remembered for ever. For to famous men all the earth is a sepulchre: and their virtues shall be testified, not only by the inseription in stone at home, but 3 by an unwritten record of the mind, which more than of any monument...
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The Spirit of Man: An Anthology in English & French from the Philosophers ...

Robert Bridges - English literature - 1916 - 336 pages
...laid up, on all occasions both of word and deed, to be remembered evermore ; for TO FAMOUS MEN ALL THE EARTH is A SEPULCHRE : and their virtues shall be testified not only by the inscription on stone at home but in all lands wheresoever in the unwritten record of the mind, which far beyond...
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Report of the Arlington Memorial Amphitheater Commission: Letter from the ...

United States. Arlington Memorial Amphitheater Commission - 1923 - 75 pages
...the famous men all the earth is a sepulcher; and their virtues testified not only by the inscriptions at home but by an unwritten record of the mind, which more than any monument will remain with everyone forever." And he added, with an exaltation, " They are only...
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The Peloponnesian War

Thucydides, Thomas Hobbes - History - 1989 - 608 pages
...laid up, upon all occasions both of speech and action to be remembered for ever. For to famous men all the earth is a sepulchre: and their virtues shall...by an unwritten record of the mind, which more than any monument will remain with every one for ever." Now let us look at Crawley (Thuc II. 43): ". . ....
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World Civilization: A Brief History

Robin W. Winks - History - 1993 - 575 pages
...AGE OF GREECE For to famous men all the earth is a sepulchre: and their virtues shall be testif1ed, not only by the inscription in stone at home, but by an unwritten record of the mind Pericles's Funeral Oration, as constructed by Thucydides, c. 411 BC THE PERSIAN CHALLENGE The Persian...
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The Oxford Guide to Literature in English Translation

Peter France - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2001 - 656 pages
...dead: For to famous men, all the Earth is a Sepulchre; and their Venues shall be testified, not onery by the Inscription in Stone at home, but by an Unwritten Record of the Mind, which more then any Monument, will remain with every one for ever. In imitation therefore of these men, and placing...
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