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" The view before us was so marvellous, that the description of it, to bear even a faint resemblance, ought to appear romantic. The vast slope, which, at a distance, we had taken for chalk, was now beheld with wonder, it seeming an immense frozen cascade,... "
Travels in Asia Minor and Greece: Or, an Account of a Tour Made at the ... - Σελίδα 265
των Richard Chandler - 1817
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The New Monthly Magazine, Τόμος 22

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1828
...Our tent stood on a green dry spot beneath the cliff. The view before us was so marvellous, that a description of it, to bear even a faint resemblance,...fixed, or in its headlong course suddenly petrified The hot waters of Hierapolis have produced this most extraordinary phenomenon, wbirh is one entire...

A Geographical and Historical Description of Asia Minor, Τόμος 2

John Anthony Cramer - 1832
...was one entire encrustation : he describes its appearance as that of " an immense frozen cas" cade, the surface wavy, as of water at once fixed, " or in its headlong course suddenly petrified °." Besides this singular property, the waters of this town possessed, in a remarkable degree, that...

Biblical topography, lectures

Samuel Ransom - 1840
...locality on approaching it : — " The view was so marvellous, that the description of it, to bear a faint resemblance, ought to appear romantic. The...suddenly petrified. Round about us were many high, bare, strong ridges ; and close by our tent, one with a wide basis, and a slender rill of water, clear, soft,...

Youth's Book of Travel & Adventure

1850 - 342 σελίδες
...enclosing about half an acre." The following is the description given by him of the petrified cascade : "The view before us was so marvellous, that the description...seeming an immense frozen cascade, the surface wavy, as if at once fixed, or on its headlong course suddenly petrified. Round about us were many high, bare,...

Scenes of Wonder in many lands: being descriptions of remarkable rapids ...

J. W. - 1868
...unfolds itself into a stupendous mass of stalactite, or alabaster, which is literally nothir else than " an immense frozen cascade, the surface wavy, as of...fixed, or in its headlong course suddenly petrified." This — as its contour at the very first glance proves — has been formed in the course of ages by...

Ancient History from the Monuments: Greek Cities & Islands of Asia Minor

William Sandys Wright Vaux - 1877 - 188 σελίδες
...states that a cliff near the town is one entire incrustation, and describes its appearance as that of " an immense frozen cascade, the surface wavy, as of...fixed, or in its headlong course suddenly petrified." l An excellent view of this curious scene is given in Mr. Davis's "Anatolica," p. 100. Besides its...




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