This scene was what the Greeks beheld (Pompeii, you know, was a Greek city). They lived in harmony with nature ; and the interstices of their incomparable columns were portals, as it were, to admit the spirit of beauty which animates this glorious universe... Blackwood's Magazine - 502 psl.1924Visos knygos peržiūra
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Martin Lowther Clarke - 1983 - 274 psl.
...of a Greece where all was light and beauty. In 1819 he visited Pompeii, and described it to Peacock. 'This scene was what the Greeks beheld (Pompeii, you...universe to visit those whom it inspired. If such was Pompeii, what was Athens?. . .1 now understand why the Greeks were such great poets; and above...
1955 - 634 psl.
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