History of the City of Rome in the Middle Ages, Bind 1

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G. Bell, 1894
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Side 172 - And in the days of these kings shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom, which shall never be destroyed; and the kingdom shall not be left to other people, but it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand for ever.
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Side 303 - King now learnt by experience that not even the wisest or most humane of princes, if he be an alien in race, in customs and religion, can ever win the hearts of the people.
Side 371 - Roma nobilis, orbis et domina, Cunctarum urbium excellentissima, Roseo martyrum sanguine rubea, Albis et virginum liliis candida: Salutem dicimus tibi per omnia Te benedicimus, salve per saecula. Petre, tu praepotens caelorum claviger, Vota precantium exaudi jugiter!
Side 164 - Who could believe that Rome, which was built of the spoils of the whole earth, would fall, that the city could, at the same time, be the cradle and grave of her people, that all the coasts of Asia, Egypt and Africa should be filled with the slaves and maidens of Rome ? that holy Bethlehem should 1 Hieron., tv, Op. ad Eustochium, as the introduction to his Commentary on Ezekiel. daily receive as beggars, men and women who formerly were conspicuous for their wealth and luxury...
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Side 90 - Constantine maintained, as the mother church of Christendom, Omnium Urbis et Orbis Ecclesiarum Mater et Caput, supremacy over all other churches in the world, and even claimed to have inherited the sanctity of the temple at Jerusalem, the Ark of the Covenant of the Jews being preserved beneath its altar.
Side 371 - Quo fugis amabo, cum te dilexerim? Miser quid faciam, cum te non viderim? Dura materies ex matris ossibus Creavit homines iactis lapidibus.
Side 43 - ... the Temple of the City, the Forum of Peace, the theatre of Pompey, the Odeum, the Stadium, and amongst these the other adornments of the Eternal City. But when he came to the Forum of Trajan, a construction unique under the...

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