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" Here bring the last gifts ! — and with these The last lament be said ; Let all that pleased, and yet may please, Be buried with the dead. ' Beneath his head the hatchet hide, That he so stoutly swung ; And place the bear's fat haunch beside — The... "
Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology, Industrial ... - Page 350
1870
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Modern Science in Bible Lands ...

Sir John William Dawson - 1889 - 606 pages
...creed of palaeocosmic man is that summed up by Lyell in his quotation of the lines, — " Bring here the last gifts, and with these The last lament be said ; Let all that pleased and yet may pleaseBe buried with the dead." One remark of the Belgian geologists must be noticed here. The deposits...
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A Mission to Gelele, King of Dahome: With Notices of the So Called ..., Volume 2

Sir Richard Francis Burton - Amazons - 1893
...and dash to them cowries and cloths to decorate the last home. " Here bring the last sad gifts — with these The last lament be said ; Let all that pleased, and still may please Be buried with the dead." When a human sacrifice is made the head is placed upon the...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 6

Science - 1875
...Antiquity of Man," quotes as pertinent the well-known lines from Schiller's " Nadowessian DeathSong : " '' Here bring the last gifts — and with these The last...all that pleased, and yet may please, Be buried with tbe dead. " Beneath hia head the hatchet hide That he so stoutly swung : And place the bear's fat haunch...
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Balmerino and Its Abbey: A Parish History with Notices of the Adjacent District

James Campbell - Balmerino (Scotland) - 1899 - 692 pages
...and vessels containing food and drink. The custom is thus referred to by the poet — ' Here brinjj the last gifts, and with these The last lament be said ; Let nil that pleased and still may please Be buried with the dead.' While many of the articles which have...
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The Mirage of Two Buried Cities

John Fletcher Horne - Herculaneum (Extinct city) - 1900 - 354 pages
...circumstances the memory of which was cherished. " Here bring the last gifts, and with these The last lament he said — Let all that pleased, and yet may please, Be buried with the dead." — EB LYTTON. In the character of their productions we see reflected the nature and conditions of...
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Traces of the Elder Faiths of Ireland: A Folklore Sketch; a ..., Volume 2

William Gregory Wood-Martin - Folklore - 1902
...these The last lament be s;iid, Let all that pleased, and yet may please, Ho buried with the deud. Beneath his head the hatchet hide, That he so stoutly swung ; And place the boar's fat hanneh beside ; The journey hence is long." Fictile vessels, containing a supply of food...
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Traces of the elder faiths of Ireland: a folklore sketch; a ..., Volume 2

William Gregory Wood-Martin - Folklore - 1902
...and this belief probably developed finally into some dim conception of a future spiritual life :— " Here bring the last gifts and with these The last lament be s;iid, Let all tliat pleased, and yet may please, Be buried with the dead. Beneath his head the hatchet...
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A Popular Handbook to the Greek and Roman Antiquities in the British Museum

Sir Edward Tyas Cook - Greece - 1903 - 794 pages
...were included among the objects which the deceased person had used or loved in his lifetime : — . Here bring the last gifts ! and with these The last...pleased, and yet may please, Be buried with the dead. Vases were placed in the dead man's grave to solace him in the under-world : — . " It seems to have...
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Do the Dead Still Live?: Or the Testimony of Science Respecting a Future Life

David Heagle - Future life - 1920 - 203 pages
...suffering and loss was endured. In a descriptive poem Schiller celebrates one of these burial customs : Here bring the last gifts! and with these The last...long. And let the knife new sharpened be That on the battle day Shore with quick strokes — he took but three — The foeman's scalp away. The paints that...
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The Geological Evidence of Man

Charles Lyell - Science - 2005 - 432 pages
...been thus translated, truthfully, and with all the spirit of the original, by Sir EL Bulwer1 — , " Here bring the last gifts! — and with these The...said; Let all that pleased, and yet may please, Be boiled with the dead. 1 Poems and Ballads of Schiller, " Beneath his head the hatchet hide,That he...
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