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" In the life of Augustus, we behold the tyrant of the republic converted, almost by imperceptible degrees, into the father of his country and of human kind. "
London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer... - PÓgina 321
1735
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The Edinburgh encyclopaedia, conducted by D. Brewster, Volum 7

Edinburgh encyclopaedia - 1830
...emperor. " In the life of Augustus," says he, " we behold the tyrant of the republic, converted, almost by imperceptible degrees, into the father of his country and of human kind. In that of Constantine, we may contemplate a hero, who had so long inspired liis subjects with love, and his enemies...
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A Dictionary of Difficulties; Or, Appendix to the French Grammar ...

Pierre Franšois Merlet - 1837 - 296 pÓgines
...the Roman princes. In the life of Augustus, we behold the tyrant of the republic, converted, almost by imperceptible degrees, into the father of his country and of human kind. In that of Constantin?, we may contemplate a hero, who had so long inspired his subjects with love, and his enemies...
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, with notes ..., Volum 2

Edward Gibbon - 1854
...Julian acknowledge his personal courage and military achievements. of the republic converted almost by imperceptible degrees into the father of his country and of human kind. In that of Constantino we may contemplate a hero, who had so long inspired his subjects with love and his enemies...
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Exercises in French Composition

Pierre Franšois Merlet - 1858
...him lose the rank," &c. life of Augustus we behold the tyrant of the republic converted,™ almost by imperceptible degrees, into the father of his country and of human kind. In that of Constantine we may contemplate a hero who had so long inspired his subjects with love, and his enemies...
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The Mercersburg Review, Volum 12

1860
...life of Augustus we behold the tyrant of the republie, converted, almost by imperceptible deirrees, into the father of his country and of human kind. In that of Constantine. we may contemplate a hero, who had BO long inspired hii subjects with love, and his enemies...
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Geschichte der alten Kirche, Volum 1

Philip Schaff - 1869 - 1250 pÓgines
...ţlugufiuÚ barjţeDt: „In the life of Augustus, we behold thetynnt of the republic , converted, almost by imperceptible degrees, into the father of his country and of human kind. In that of Constantino, we may contemplate a hero, who had so long inspired his subjects with love, and his enemies...
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From Constantine the Great to Gregory the Great, A.D. 311-600

Philip Schaff - 1870
...inverted Augustus: "In the life of Augustus we behold the tyrant of the republic, converted, almost by imperceptible degrees, into the father of his country and of human kind. In that of Constantino, we may contemplate a hero, who had so long inspired his subjects with love, and his enemies...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volum 2

Edward Gibbon - 1901
...the Roman princes.8 In the life of Augustus, we behold the tyrant of the republic converted, .almost by imperceptible degrees, into the father of his country and of human kind. In that of Constantine, we may contemplate a hero, who had so long inspired his subjects with love and his enemies...
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The Historians' History of the World: The early Roman empire

Henry Smith Williams - 1904
...the Roman princes. In the life of Augustus, we behold the tyrant of the republic converted, almost by imperceptible degrees, into the father of his country and of human kind. In that of Constantine we may contemplate a hero who had so long inspired his subjects with love and his enemies...
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The Historians' History of the World: The early Roman empire

Henry Smith Williams - 1904
...the Roman princes. In the life of Augustus, we behold the tyrant of the republic converted, almost by imperceptible degrees, into the father of his country and of human kind. In that of Constantino we may contemplate a hero who had so long inspired his subjects with love and his enemies...
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