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elegiac ode sacred to the memory of his late Royal Highness Edward Augustus, Duke of York

Richard Rolt

elegiac ode sacred to the memory of his late Royal Highness Edward Augustus, Duke of York

by Richard Rolt

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Published by printed by Halhed Garland in London .
Written in English


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Statementby Richard Rolt, author of Cambria,Eliza, Almena, etc.
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Open LibraryOL20257334M

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The publication of this book was generously assisted by the University of California, San Diego, Judaic Studies Program Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Sacred history, sacred literature: essays on ancient Israel, the Bible, and religion in honor of R. E. Friedman on his sixtieth birthday / edited by Shawn Dolansky. p. cm. The Charioteer stands tall, his right arm stretched out to grasp reins; his left arm is missing. He has a high waist, which probably looked more natural when he stood on his chariot. However, despite the high waist, the figure has a high degree of naturalism, on par with the marble sculptural developments of the Early Classical style.


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Elegiac ode sacred to the memory of his late Royal Highness Edward Augustus, Duke of York by Richard Rolt Download PDF EPUB FB2

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So peaceful rests, without a stone, a name, And the last pang shall tear thee from his heart, Life's idle business at one gasp be o'er, The Muse forgot, and thou belov'd no more.

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