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" But, of all offerings, human sacrifices were deemed the most acceptable. This religious belief mingling with the implacable spirit of vengeance, and adding new force to it, every captive taken in war was brought to the temple, was devoted as a victim... "
The history of America. In which is included the posthumous volume ... - Seite 325
von William Robertson - 1803
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Band 44

Tobias Smollett - 1777
...facrifices were deemed the moft acceptable. This religious belief, mingling with the implacable fpirit of vengeance, and adding new force to it, every captive...facrificed •with rites no lefs folemn than cruel. The heart and head were the portion confecrated to the gods; the warrior by whofe prowefs the prifoner...
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The History of America, Band 3

William Robertson - 1780
...facrifices were deemed the moft acceptable, This religious belief, mingling with the implacable fpirit of vengeance, and adding new force to it, every captive...in war was brought to the temple, was devoted as a victim to the deity, and facrificed with rites no lefs folemn than cruel *. The heart and head were...
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The History of America, Band 3

William Robertson - 1800
...facrifices were deemed the moft acceptable. This religious belief, mingling with the implacable fpirit of vengeance, and adding new force to it, every captive taken in war was brought ito the temple, was devoted as a viclim to the deity, and facrificed with rites no lefs fblemn than...
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The History of the Discovery and Settlement: To the Present Time, of North ...

William Mavor - 1804 - 383 Seiten
...blood drawn from their own bodies. But of all offerings, human sacrifices were deemed most acceptable. Every captive taken in war was brought to the temple, was devoted as a victim to the deity, and was sacrificed with the most cruel rites. The heart and the head were the...
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Universal History, Ancient and Modern: From the Earliest Records of ..., Band 24

William Fordyce Mavor - 1805
...blood drawn from their own bodies. But of all offerings, human sacrifices were deemed most acceptable. Every captive taken in war was brought to the temple, was devoted as a victim to the deity, and was sacrificed with the most cruel rites. The heart and the head were the...
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America: In which is Included the Posthumous Volume Containing the ..., Band 3

William Robertson - 1809
...the most acceptable. This religious belief, mingling'with the implacable spirit of vengeance, atnl adding new force to it, every captive taken in war was brought to the temple, was devoted as a victim to the deity, and sacrificed with rites no less solemn than cruel*. The heart and head were...
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The History of America: In which is Included, The History of ..., Band 2

William Robertson - 1811
...sacrifices were deemed the most acceptable. This religious belief, mingling with the implacable spirit of vengeance, and adding new force to it, every captive...in war was brought to the temple, was devoted as a victim to the deity, and sacrificed with rites no less solemn than cruel |\zQ. The heart and head were...
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The History of America, Band 2

William Robertson - 1812
...belief, mingling with the implaeable spirit of vengeanee, and adding new foree, to it, every eaptive taken in war was brought to the temple, was devoted as a vietim to the deity, and saerifieed with rites no less solemn than erueL The heart and head were the...
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The Historical Works of William Robertson: With an Account of His ..., Band 4

William Robertson - 1813
...sacrifices were deemed the most acceptable. This religious belief, mingling with the implacable spirit of vengeance, 'and adding new force to it, every captive...in war was brought to the temple, was devoted as a victim to the deity, and sacrificed with rites' no less solemn than cruel d. The heart and head were...
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The Christian Disciple and Theological Review, Band 3

1815
...sacrifices were, deemed the most acceptable. This religious belief, mingled with the implacable spirit of vengeance, and adding new force to it, every captive...in war, was brought to the temple, was devoted as a victim to the deity, and sacrificed with rites no less solemn than cruel." Vol. ii. pp. 308, 309. "A...
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