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" ... at last they came to a place where an avalanche had carried it away altogether for about three hundred yards, leaving the mountain side a mere wreck of scattered rocks and snow. To go round was impossible ; for the depth of the snow on the heights... "
Selections from the first five books, together with the twenty-first and ... - Seite 277
von Livy - 1866 - 329 Seiten
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History of Rome, Band 3

Thomas Arnold - 1845 - 526 Seiten
...rocks and snow. To go round was impossible; for the depth of the snow on the heights above rendered it hopeless to scale them ; nothing therefore was...found, and cleared of the snow ; and here the army were obliged to encamp, whilst the work went on. There was no want of hands ; and every man was labouring...
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Selections from the First Five Books: Together with the Twenty-first and ...

Livy - 1850
...scattered rocks and snow. To go round was impossible ; for the depth of snow on the heights above rendered it hopeless to scale them ; nothing therefore was...in reference to depth, but to length. 43. Tetra— volutabantur. I follow throughout the reading of Alschefski, which is supported by the best MS. authority,...
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Selections from the First Five Books: Together with the Twenty-first and ...

Livy - 1857 - 329 Seiten
...scattered rocks and snow Го go round was impossible ; for the depth of snow on the heights above lendered it hopeless to scale them ; nothing therefore was...on."— Arnold, Hist. 2, p. 288. In Polybius, this Blip of the road is stated to have taken place, not in reference to depth, but to length. 43. Tetra...
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The Journal of the United Service Institution, Band 1

1858
...scaling the heights above on account of the great depth of snow, and nothing remained but to reconstruct the road. A summit of some extent was found and cleared of snow, on which the army encamped, and all working for their lives, succeeded in completing in one day...
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The campaigns of Hannibal arranged and critically considered

sir Patrick Leonard MacDougall - 1858
...the heights above, on account of the great depth of snow ; and nothing remained but to reconstruct the road. A summit of some extent was found and cleared of snow, on which the army encamped, and all, working for their lives, succeeded in completing in one...
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Favorite Authors: A Companion-book of Prose and Poetry

James Thomas Fields - 1866 - 426 Seiten
...rocks and snow. To go round was impossible ; for the depth of the snow on the heights above rendered it hopeless to scale them; nothing therefore was left...army was obliged to encamp, whilst the work went on. There was no want of hands ; and every man was laboring for his life ; the road therefore was restored,...
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The Alps of Hannibal, Band 1

William John Law - 1866 - 645 Seiten
..." rocks and snow. To go round was impossible: for the depth " of snow on the heights above rendered it hopeless to scale " them. Nothing therefore was left but to repair the road." According to this statement, no attempt to go round was made; and, if it had been made, it would have...
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The twenty-first book of Livy, with notes by T. Nash

Titus Livius - 1874 - 160 Seiten
...rocks and snow. To go round was impossible, for tho depth of the snow on the heights above rendered it hopeless to scale them ; nothing, therefore, was left but to repair the road.' (А. Ш. 75.) 2. In pcdum, &c.] ' Had been carried away to the depth of fully a thousand feet.' That...
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Historical scenes, selected from the works of standard authors, by E. Spooner

Elizabeth SPOONER - 1876 - 218 Seiten
...rocks and snow. To go round was impossible, for the depth of the snow on the heights above rendered it hopeless to scale them; nothing, therefore, was...found, and cleared of the snow; and here the army were obliged to encamp whilst the work went on. There was no want of hands, and every man was labouring...
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Materials and Models for Greek Prose Composition

1878 - 295 Seiten
...rocks and snow. To go round was impossible : for the depth of the snow on the heights above rendered it hopeless to scale them : nothing therefore was...army was obliged to encamp, whilst the work went on. There was no want of hands : and every man was labouring for his life. The road therefore was restored,...
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