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" ... concealed among trees, lay the largest granite pillar in the world, excepting the famous column of Alexandria in Egypt, which it much resembles. It is of the same substance, and it has the same form ; its astonishing length, as a mere shaft, without... "
Memorie - Pagina 248
di Deutsches Archäologisches Institut - 1832
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Greece, Egypt and the Holy Land

Edward Daniel Clarke - 1814
...and, whbout base or capital, its shaft was five feet three inches in diameter ; of one entire stone.* It may, perhaps, serve to throw some light upon the origin of the Egyptian pillar : this I have always supposed of much more ancient date than the time of the Iloman...
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Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa: Greece, Egypt, and ...

Edward Daniel Clarke - 1817
...same form : its astonishing length, as a mere shaft (without base, or capital) of one entire stone, equalled thirty-seven feet eight inches, and it measured five feet three inches in diameter1. It may perhaps serve to throw some light upon the origin of the Egyptian Pillar. Its situation...
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A Journal Written During an Excursion in Asia Minor

Sir Charles Fellows - 1839 - 347 pagine
...at half-past six o'clock, and at night write or draw till ten. base or capital, of one entire stone, equalled thirty-seven feet eight inches ; and it measured five feet three inches in diameter at the base, and four feet five inches at the summit. It may seem to throw some light upon the origin...
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Travels and researches in Asia minor, more particularly in the province of Lycia

Charles Fellows (sir.) - 1852
...same form ; its astonishing length, as a mere shaft, without base or capital, of one entire stone, equalled thirty-seven feet eight inches ; and it measured five feet three inches in diameter at the base, and four feet five inches at the summit. It may seem to throw some light upon the origin...
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Travels and Researches in Asia Minor: More Particularly in the Province of Lycia

Sir Charles Fellows - 1852 - 510 pagine
...astonishing length, as a mere shaft, without base or capital, of one entire stone, equalled thirty- seven feet eight inches ; and it measured five feet three inches in diameter at the base, and four feet five inches at the summit. It may seem to throw some light upon the origin...
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