Archaeologia Cambrensis

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W. Pickering, 1853 - Wales

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Page 269 - God, into an image made like unto corruptible man, and to birds, and four-footed beasts, and creeping things.
Page 266 - We may live without her, and worship without her, but we cannot remember without her. How cold is all history, how lifeless all imagery, compared to that which the living nation writes, and the uncorrupted marble bears...
Page 160 - Report on Excavations made on the Site of the Roman Castrum at Lymne in Kent, in 1850.
Page 296 - O'Brasil, and in Irish Beg-ara, or the Lesser Aran, set down in cards of navigation. Whether it be reall and firm land, kept hidden by speciall ordinance of God, as the terrestriall paradise, or else some illusion of airy clouds appearing on the surface of the sea, or the craft of evill spirits, ia more than our judgments can sound out.
Page 156 - Y Gododin. A Poem on the Battle of Cattraeth, by Aneurin, a Welsh Bard of the sixth Century, with an English Translation , and numerous historical and critical annotations ; by the Rev.
Page 266 - Babel builders was well directed for this world : ' there are but two strong conquerors of the forgetfulness of men, Poetry and Architecture ; and the latter in some sort includes the former, and is mightier in its reality : it is well to have, not only what men have thought and felt, but what their hands have handled, and their strength wrought, and their eyes beheld, all the days of their life.
Page 159 - ... entirely from the workmen. This burial place consisted of a tumulus of boulders, like the one at Haulgh Hall; but these and the earth had, when I visited the spot, been nearly all removed. In the centre of the heap of boulders was a cist-vaen, containing a skeleton, lying...
Page 224 - Reports and Papers read at the Meetings of the Architectural Societies of the Archdeaconry of Northampton, the Counties of York and Lincoln, and of the Architectural and Archaeological Society of the County of Bedford, during the year 1852.
Page 117 - England," published by Rodd in 1840, collected together several circumstances which show that he is to be regarded as the first original writer on arithmetic in English ; the first on geometry; the first person who introduced the knowledge of algebra into England; the first writer on astronomy in English; the first person in this country who adopted the Copernican system; the inventor of the present method of extracting the square root; the inventor of the sign of equality; and the inventor of the...
Page 36 - There are three primeval unities, and more than one of each cannot exist: one God; one truth; and one point of liberty, and this is where all opposites equiponderate.

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