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" ... inhabitants flocked together in the streets, like a herd of timid animals, as if accumulated weakness could be productive of strength, or in the vain hope that amid the crowd each individual might be safe and invisible. From every part of the capital... "
The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire - Page 232
by Edward Gibbon - 1806
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Peter Parley's Annual: A Christmas and New Year's Present for Young People..

William Martin - Children's literature - 1856
...of the calamity that overwhelmed them, flocked together in the streets like a herd of timid animals. From every part of the capital they flowed into the Church of St. Sophia, and in the morning, the sanctuary, the choir, the nave, the upper and lower galleries were filled with...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 2; Volume 65

1865
...Sophia. The available space is calculated to be capable of containing 30,000 persons. In the course of an hour the sanctuary, the choir, the nave, the upper and lower galleries, were filled with the multitudes of fathers and husbands, of women and children, of priests, monks, and religious virgins...
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History and revelation, the correspondence of the predictions of ..., Volume 1

James H. Braund - 1870
...instantly deserted ; and the inhabitants flocked together in the streets, like a herd of timid animals. From every part of the capital they flowed into the...the upper and lower galleries were filled with the multitudes of fathers and husbands, of women and children, of priests, monks, and religious virgins...
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Turkey and Russia: their races, history, and wars, Volume 1; Volume 249

Robert Gossip - 1878
...weakness could be productive of strength, or in the vain hope that, amid the crowd, each individual might be safe and invisible. From every part of the capital,...the upper and lower galleries, were filled with the multitudes of fathers and husbands, of women and children, of priests, monks, and religious virgins...
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The history of Russia from the foundation of the empire to the war ..., Volume 1

Henry Tyrrell, Henry A. Haukeil - Russia - 1879
...strength, or in the vain hope that, amid the crowd, each individual might be safe and in•risible. From every part of the capital they flowed into the...and lower galleries were filled with the multitude ol fathers and huvbandi, of women and children. o1 people, did not suffer a solitary occasion to pass...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 6

Edward Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1880
...weakness could be productive of strength, or in the vain hope, that amid the crowd each individual might be safe and invisible. From every part of the capital,...the upper and lower galleries, were filled with the multitudes of fathers and husbands, of women and children, of priests, monks, and religious virgins:...
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Turkey

Stanley Lane-Poole, Elias John Wilkinson Gibb, Arthur Gilman - Turkey - 1899 - 373 pages
...weakness could be productive of strength, or in the vain hope that amid the crowd each individual might be safe and invisible. From every part of the capital...nave, the upper and lower galleries, were filled with a mul titude of fathers and husbands, of women and children, priests, monks, religious virgins ; the...
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The Historians' History of the World: The later Roman empire

Henry Smith Williams - World History - 1904
...weakness could be productive of strength, or in the vain hope, that, amid the crowd, each individual might be safe and invisible. From every part of the capital...the upper and lower galleries, were filled with the multitudes of fathers and husbands, of women and children, of priests, monks, and religious virgins...
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The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative of ..., Volume 7

Henry Smith Williams - World history - 1907
...weakness could be productive of strength, or in the vain hope, that, amid the crowd, each individual might be safe and invisible. From every part of the capital...choir, the nave, the upper and lower galleries, were tilled with the multitudes of fathers and husbands, of women and children, of priests, monks, and religious...
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Russia, Austria-Hungary, the Balkan States, and Turkey

Eva March Tappan - Austria - 1914 - 582 pages
...weakness could be productive of strength, or in the vain hope, that amid the crowd each individual might be safe and invisible. From every part of the capital...the upper and lower galleries, were filled with the multitudes of fathers and husbands, of women and children, of priests, monks, and religious virgins:...
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