Archaeologia Cantiana, Volume 13

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Kent Archaeological Society., 1880
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Page 91 - And the first beast was like a lion, and the second beast like a calf, and the third beast had a face as a man, and the fourth beast was like a flying eagle. 8. And the four beasts had each of them six wings about him...
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Page 294 - This channel was, it seems, one hundred feet wide ; and that it was fortified at its seaward end is very apparent from the earth mounds cast up in pairs, and now existing. Cutting the channel was not necessary further than from the south border of the lake to the sea ; but the wall was necessary to be continued across this lake until it met the high land at Appledore, not less than a mile beyond the traces of the artificial river.
Page 72 - For he shall be great in the sight of the Lord, and he shall drink no wine nor strong drink ; and he shall be filled with the Holy Ghost, even from his mother's womb.
Page 122 - I hold it for the best ; For who doith after company may live the bet in rest." Then passid they forth boystly, gogling with their hedis, Knelid adown tofore the shrine, and hertlich their bedis They preyd to seint Thomas, in such wyse as they couth ; And sith the holy relikes ech man with his mowith Kissid, as a goodly monk the names told and taught. And sith to othir places of holynes they raught, And wer in their devocioune tyl service wer al doon. And sith they drowgh to dyner-ward, as it drew...
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Page 203 - Lymon then was called ; when with most irksome care, The heavy Danish yoke the servile English bare, And when at last she found there was no way to leave Those whom she had at first been forced to receive ; And by her great resort she was, through very need, Constrained...
Page 122 - ... Report that you had taken a Voyage to the Stygian Shades. Ogy. Nay, I thank God, I never was better in all my Life, than I have been ever since I saw you last. Men. And may you live always to confute such vain Reports : But what strange Dress is this ? It is all over set off with Shells scollop'd, full of Images of Lead and Tin, and Chains of Straw- Work, and the Cuffs are adorned with Snakes Eggs instead of Bracelets.
Page 178 - A few years ago a window was discovered over the west door having a very depressed arch, but mouldings deeply cut, and apparently also like those of the east window, of which Sir Stephen Glynne remarks: — 'The arch is large, and supported within by shafts apparently curly curvilinear; the mouldings are bold and good, but the tracery is gone and the greater part walled up.
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