19 But Tacitus asserts, as a well-known fact, that the Germans, in his time, had no cities; 20 and that they affected to despise the works of Roman industry, as places of confinement rather than of security.
However, I married another wife at Alexandria, and was thence sent, together with Titus, to the siege of Jerusalem, and was frequently in danger of being put to death; while both the Jews were very desirous to get me under their power, in order to haw me punished. 295 It is unnecessary to give an account of the other names here mentioned; but that of Lænas is probably less known. Its founder was Sarduris, the son of Litipris, who was probably identical with the king Sarduris who was conquered in 833 by Shalmaneser. When I consider the impression that our river of Dordogne has made in my time on the right bank of its descent, and that in twenty years it has gained so much, and undermined the foundations of so many houses, I perceive it to be an extraordinary agitation: for had it always followed this course, or were hereafter to do it, the aspect of the world would be totally changed. Second Period.—The second period is that of the Middle Ages.
Hæc brevis est nostrorum summa malorum—Such is the short sum of our evils. Better mad with all the world than wise all alone. Fr. The younger Pliny’ had near a house of his in Italy a neighbour who was exceedingly tormented with certain ulcers in his private parts. be his own happiness; the voluptuous his own sense and feeling; but he that is wise, his own action. Amour propre—Vanity; self-love.
Fenugreek is indigenous to south-eastern Europe and western Asia, and is cultivated in the Mediterranean region, parts of central Europe, and in Morocco, and largely in Egypt and in India. The company left the matter to him and he began with the following myth of everlasting interest: “The gods commanded Prometheus and Epimetheus to adorn the world and confer on it its qualities and powers. with thyself what it was that he did suppose to be good, what to be evil, when he did trespass. She could not fathom whether it was curiosity, devotion, gratitude, or apprehension and distrust—but the expression on all the faces was identical.  Plutarch, Agesil.
“In the meadows… Now, for my part, I had rather be troublesome and indiscreet than a flatterer and a dissembler. A quarter of an ounce of patience will provide sufficiently against such inconveniences. God so permitted it, that I should have him also displeased with me for some time. 32mo, cl., 1s. The Shilling House of Commons (1886). Containing a List of all the Members of Parliament, their Town and Country Addresses, &c.
“One might easily get killed that way! What do they mean by it? Killing people! Poor dear, he’s as white as a sheet!”—various voices were heard saying. Je m’en vais chercher un grand peut-être; tirez le rideau, la farce est jouée—I am going in quest of a great perhaps; let the curtain drop, the farce is played out. Here he found Eukleides, a Phliasian prophet with whom he had been wont to hold intercourse and offer sacrifice at Athens. The actual number of Confederates at Fort Donelson can never be given with entire accuracy. Phillips (412), and the Hon.
The end crowns all, / And that old common arbitrator, Time, / Will one day end it. Troil. In vain did Flamsteed protest against this most scandalous deed. The interior has been modernized.