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" When the Arabian conquerors had spread themselves over the East, and were mingled with the servile crowds of Persia, Syria, and Egypt, they insensibly lost the freeborn and martial virtues of the desert. The courage of the South is the artificial fruit... "
History of Arabia, Ancient and Modern:: Containing a Description of the ... - Page 34
by Andrew Crichton - 1833 - 464 pages
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 6

Edward Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1816 - 488 pages
...of his family and nation expired. When the Arabian conquerors had spread themselves over the East, and were mingled with the servile crowds of Persia, Syria, and Egypt, they insensibly lost the freeborn and martial virtues of the desert. The courage of the South is the artificial fruit of discipline...
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Universal History Americanised; Or, An Historical View of the World, from ...

David Ramsay - World history - 1819 - 386 pages
...of the family and nation expired. When the Arabian conquerors had spread themselves over the East, and were mingled with the servile crowds of Persia, Syria and Egypt, they insensibly lost the freeborn and martial virtues of the desert. The active power of enthusiasm had decayed; and the mercenary...
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The signs of the times, as denoted by fulfilment of historical ..., Volume 1

Alexander Keith - 1832 - 374 pages
...stated in a single sentence by Gibbon. "When the Arabian conquerors had spread themselren over the east, and were mingled with the servile crowds of Persia, Syria, and Egypt, they insensibly lost the free-born and martial virtnes of the desert. The courage OF THE SOUTH is the artificial fruit of discipline...
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The signs of the times, as denoted by fulfilment of historical ..., Volume 1

Alexander Keith - 1832 - 384 pages
...in a single sentence by Gibbon. " When the Arabian conquerors had spread themselves over the east, and were mingled with the servile crowds of Persia, Syria, and Egypt, they insensihly lost the free-horn and martial virtues of the desert. The courage OF THH SOUTH is the artificial...
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The Mohammedan Religion Explained: With an Introductory Sketch of Its ...

John David Macbride - Christianity and other religions - 1857 - 308 pages
...independent sovereigns. When these Arabian conquerors had spread themselves over the east, and were mixed with the servile crowds of Persia, Syria, and Egypt, they insensibly lost the free-born and martial virtues of the desert; the active power of enterprise had decayed in the luxury...
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The History of Arabia: Ancient and Modern ..., Volume 1

Andrew Crichton - Arabian Peninsula - 1868 - 428 pages
...Abbassides; and, in contemplating the fallen fabric ot their greatness, it is easy to discover tne principal causes which hastened that catastrophe....youths, either taken in war or purchased in trade, wre educated in the exercises of the field and the profession of the Mohammedan faith. From being...
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History and revelation, the correspondence of the predictions of ..., Volume 1

James H. Braund - 1870 - 524 pages
...of his family and nation expired. When the Arabian conquerors had spread themselves over the east, and were mingled with the servile crowds of Persia, Syria, and Egypt, they insensibly lost the frecborn and martial virtues of the desert. The active power of enthusiasm had decayed, and the mercenary...
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History of the Saracen Empire

Edward Gibbon - Caliphs - 1870 - 458 pages
...of his family and nation expired. When the Arabian conquerors had spread themselves over the East, and were mingled with the servile crowds of Persia, Syria, and Egypt, they insensibly lost the freeborn and martial virtues of the desert. The courage of the South is the artificial fruit of discipline...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 5

Edward Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1875 - 632 pages
...of his family and nation expired. When the Arabian conquerors had spread themselves over the East, and were mingled with the servile crowds of Persia, Syria, and Egypt, they insensibly lost the freeborn and martial virtues of the desert. The courage of the South is the artificial fruit of discipline...
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The Student's Gibbon: A History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman ..., Part 2

Edward Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1901 - 460 pages
...expired. When the Arabian ^T-STO, '"' conquerors had spread themselves over the East, and were c.). mingled with the servile crowds of Persia, Syria, and Egypt, they insensibly lost the freeborn and martial virtues of the desert. The courage of the South is the artificial fruit of discipline...
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