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  • For it is quite natural that the power of matter, which, according to Plato's opinion, is uncreated, and contemporary and coaeval with the maker, should resist his will.

    ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus

  • His reviews in the "Quarterly" and elsewhere have been noted; impressions of his manner and appearance at different periods of his life have been recovered from coaeval acquaintances; his friend Hayward's Letters, the numerous allusions in Lord Houghton's Life, Mrs. Crosse's lively chapters in "Red Letter Days of my Life,"

    Biographical Study of A W Kinglake

  • Ist Dynasty, and had they done this, they would have made the authority of Khnemu over the Nile coaeval with Dynastic civilization.

    Legends of the Gods The Egyptian Texts, edited with Translations

  • "Quarterly" and elsewhere have been noted; impressions of his manner and appearance at different periods of his life have been recovered from coaeval acquaintances; his friend Hayward's Letters, the numerous allusions in Lord Houghton's Life, Mrs. Crosse's lively chapters in "Red Letter Days of my Life," Lady Gregory's interesting recollections of the Athenaeum Club in Blackwood of

    Biographical Study of A.W. Kinglake

  • These settled on the Aventine, and in the valley which separated it from the Palatine, supposed by Niebuhr to be the origin of the Roman Plebs, though it is maintained by Lewis that the Plebeian order was coaeval with the foundation of the city.

    The Old Roman World, : the Grandeur and Failure of Its Civilization.

  • Unlefs fome glimmerings of a future ilate Were with the mind coaeval, and innate;

    The works of the English poets; with prefaces, biographical and critical

  • Was there any thing before him, was there any thing coaeval with him to control or op -

    The Fool of Quality; Or, the History of Henry Earl of Moreland.

  • The deceased addresses his heart, calling it is "mother," and next identifies it with his _ka_ or double, coupling the mention of the _ka_ with the name of the god Khnemu: these facts are exceedingly important, for they prove that the deceased considered his heart to be the source of his life and being, and the mention of the god Khnemu takes the date of the composition back to a period coaeval with the beginnings of religious thought in Egypt.

    Egyptian Ideas of the Future Life

  • Another coaeval of those days calls him handsome ” an epithet I should hardly apply to him later ” slight, not tall, sharp featured, with dark hair well tended, always modishly dressed after the fashion of the thirties, the fashion of Bulwer's exquisites, or of H.K. Browne's

    Biographical Study of A W Kinglake

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