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  • The village is picturesquely situated on a plateau within a rampart of hills on the E.

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  • It is surrounded by a rampart and moat, with five gates, and contains fine palaces, temples and tombs.

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  • Its ramparts are of stone, and its north rampart coincides with the great wall of Hadrian.

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  • The eastern rampart of this great plateau is formed by the Cordillera Oriental, which extends north-west into Peru under the name of Carabaya, and south to the frontier in broken ranges, one of which trends southeast in the vicinity of Sucre.

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  • Two years after the rebellion of 1641 a rampart was raised round the town, pierced by four gates on the land side.

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  • A rampart, accessible by a steep road, and farther up by huge steps cut out of the rock, surrounds the fort.

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  • The town, which is situated at the foot of the wooded heights of Edugh, is surrounded with a modern rampart erected outside the old Arab wall, the compass of which was found too small for its growth.

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  • To this period also belongs the massive rampart, over o ft.

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  • The Samanids had long been a rampart of the Caliphate against the Turks, whom they held under firm control.

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  • The new city formed a rectangle, enclosed by a colossal mud rampart, the longer sides of which ran north and south.

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  • of the Mahi river, surrounded by an old disused rampart and adorned by various Hindu temples, with the battlements of the chief's palace overlooking it.

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  • from Tyne to Solway, more exactly from Wallsend to Bowness, he built a continuous rampart, more probably of turf than of stone, with a ditch in front of it, a number of small forts along it, one or two outposts a few miles to the north of it, and some detached forts (the best-known is on the hill above Maryport) guarding the Cumberland coast beyond its western end.

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  • At the southern end of the Rampart range is Cheyenne Mt.

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  • Another series of works, consisting of a rampart and fosse, were constructed in 1704 to surround the whole city at that time, i.e.

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  • These pile-villages were often surrounded by an earthen rampart within which the huts were erected in more or less regular order.

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  • with a breadth of 200 ft., and was lined with a rampart on the city side.

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  • The valleys rarely exceed more than a few miles in width, are usually steep-sided, and frequently are traversed by longitudinal ranges of hills and cross ridges; but the Pennsylvania portion of the Appalachian or Great Valley, which forms a distinct division of the central province and lies between the South Mountains and the long rampart of Blue Mountain, is about to m.

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  • east and west by 198 north and south, surrounded with high rampart walls of masonry similiar in size and dressing to that of the Jerusalem Haram walls.

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  • The town is surrounded by an earthen enceinte or rampart with some forts on the hills just above it, and others on the Deveboyun ridge facing east, the whole forming a position of considerable strength.

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  • Hence the main watershed extends eastwards, culminating in the Aiguille de Scolette (11,500 ft.), but makes a great curve to the north-west and back to the south-east before rising in the Rochemelon (11,605 ft.), which may be considered as a re-entering angle in the great rampart by which Italy is guarded from its neighbours.

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  • conclusion; the famous rampart of the Dannewerk, on which the Danish defence chiefly relied, was turned, and after a short campaign, in which the Danes fought with distinguished courage, peace was concluded by the treaty of Vienna (August I, 1864), by which Schleswig, Holstein and Lauenburg were ceded to Austria and Prussia jointly.

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  • south-east of the harbour, a neolithic village was situated, with a rampart of small blocks of obsidian, about 25 ft.

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  • These minor ranges, excepting the Zenta, are separated from the Andean masses by comparatively low depressions and are usually described as distinct ranges; topographically, however, they seem to form a continuation of the ranges running southward from the Santa Victoria and forming the eastern rampart of the great central plateau of which the Puna de Atacama covers a large part.

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  • Outside the turreted rampart are a ditch and covered way.

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  • above sea-level, excavation has revealed a vast area of 330 acres, girt with a stone and wood rampart 3 m.

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  • The narrow strait Strdmmen separates Kvalii from the larger Seiland, whose snow-covered hills with several glaciers rise above 3500 ft., while an insular rampart of mountains, Sord, protects the strait and harbour from the open sea.

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  • The gigantic rampart was unflanked, and the covered ways in the face of it subject to enfilade from end to end.

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  • Here he reared a continuous rampart with a ditch in front of it, fair-sized forts, probably a dozen in number, built either close behind it or actually abutting on it, and a connecting road running from end to end.

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  • An ancient writer states that the rampart was built of regularly laid sods (the same method which had probably been employed by Hadrian), and excavations in 1891-1893 have verified the statement.

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  • A new enceinte, or more correctly a rampart of a less permanent character, connecting the eight forts of the inner line and extending from Wyneghem to a little south of Hoboken, was decided upon in 1908.

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  • To the west is the grand background of the canyon-riven Rampart range, with Pike's Peak dominating a half-dozen other peaks (among them Cameron Cone, Mt.

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  • The works consisted of (I) a continuous defensive rampart with a ditch in front and a road behind; (2) various forts, blockhouses and towers along the rampart; and (3) an earthwork to the south of it, generally called the Valium, of uncertain use.

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  • Of the ranges extending south from the Cordillera Real and branching out between the 18th and 19th parallels, the more prominent are the Frailes which forms the eastern rampart of the great central plateau and which is celebrated for its mineral deposits, the Chichas which runs south from the vicinity of Potosi to the Argentine frontier, and the Livichuco which turns south-east and forms the watershed between the Cachimayo and Pilcomayo.

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  • deep. There are a few clear openings in the outer rampart which the reef presents to the ocean.

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  • DANNEWERK, or Danewerk (Danish, Dannevirke or Danevirke, " Danes' rampart"), the ancient frontier rampart of the Danes against the Germans, extending 102 m.

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  • The rampart was begun by Gu606r (Godefridus), king of Vestfold, early in the 9th century.

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  • The citadel is half a mile north-east of the city, and is surrounded by a rampart with bastions.

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  • Their monotony is varied only by the fruitful river-valleys and poljes, or upland hollows, where the smaller towns and villages are grouped; the districts or cantons thus formed are walled round by a natural rampart of limestone.

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  • Then or possibly even earlier the old rampart was for two-thirds of its circuit buried under enormous earthworks, the remainder being rebuilt.

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  • Snorre the Icelander tells us that the Danes fortified Southwark with ditch and rampart, which the English assailed in vain.

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  • A strong earthen rampart, flanked with bastions and redoubts, surrounded the City, its liberties, Westminster and Southwark, making an immense enclosure.

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  • The volcanic d'Entrecasteaux Islands are mostly larger, more elevated (the highest being 8000 ft.), and stand in deeper water than the Louisiade group. To the east of Kiriwina (Trobriand) lies a small group of uniquely formed islets, each of which is completely surrounded by a steep forest-clad marginal rampart of coral 300 to 400 ft.

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  • of rampart towards the land side, and can still be easily traced from point to point through the city, though large portions, especially towards the east, have been dismantled.

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  • On their west edge lies an abrupt, massive, and strangely uniform chain of mountains, known in the neighbourhood of Colorado Springs as the Rampart Range, and in the extreme north as the Front Range, and often denominated as a whole by the latter name.

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  • Although defeated in the early stages of the conflict, the Yankees or Connecticut settlers finally rallied in August 1771 and compelled the Pennsylvanians to retreat, and the war terminated with the defeat of Colonel William Plunket (1720-1791) and about 700 Pennsylvanians by a force of 300 Yankees under Colonel Zebulon Butler (1731-179, 5)5) in the battle of "Rampart Rocks" on the 25th of December 1775.

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  • The inner city, or Vienna proper, was formerly separated from the other districts by a circle of fortifications, consisting of a rampart, fosse and glacis.

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  • Hence these ten parallel ranges of the middle Kuen-lun system may be grouped in three divisions - (1) the more strictly border ranges of the Upper and Lower Astin-tagh and the Akatotagh; (2) the three ranges of Chimen-tagh, Ara-tagh and Kaltaalaghan, which may be considered as forming a transitional system between the foregoing and the third division; (3) the Arka-tagh, which constitute the elevated rampart of the Tibetan plateau proper.

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  • The western half is bordered by a hilly rampart, broken only here and there, in the bays where the larger streams find their outlet, by flat and sandy plains.

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  • During the time of its prosperity Amarapura was defended by a rampart and a large square citadel, with a broad moat, the walls being 7000 ft.

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  • Early in the 12th century the city was enlarged by the inclusion of suburbs of Oversburg, Niederich and St Aposteln; in 1180 these were enclosed in a permanent rampart which, in the 13th century, was strengthened with the walls and gates that survived till the 19th century.

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  • The coastline of the Gulf of Mortvyi Kultuk on the north-east is, on the other hand, formed by a range of low calcareous hills, constituting the rampart of the Ust-Urt plateau, which intervenes between the Caspian and the Sea of Aral.

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  • Crassus endeavoured to shut in the rebels by carrying a ditch and rampart right across the peninsula, but Spartacus forced the lines, and once more Italy lay at his feet.

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  • Seen from Strathmore or the Firth of Clyde the Highlands present well-defined masses of hills abruptly rising from the Lowland plains, and from any of the western islands their sea front resembles a vast rampart indented by lochs and rising to a uniform level, which sinking here and there allows glimpses of still higher summits in the interior.

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  • They describe the successive steps by which the Greeks are driven back, first from the plain to the rampart, then to their ships.

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  • Among the finest of the chains are the Rampart, Sangre de Cristo, San Juan, Sawatch (Saguache) and Elk ranges.

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  • Near the town are remains of a Roman castle, and a Roman rampart and trench which extend for about 60 m.

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  • The western range, the Cordillera Occidental, a part of the boundary between Bolivia and the northern provinces of Chile, closely follows the coast outline and forms the western rampart of the great Bolivian tableland or alta-planicie, which extends from the Vilcanota knot in Peru, south to the Serrania de Lipez on the Argentine frontier, is 500 m.

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  • The chronicler Saxo Grammaticus mentions in his Gesta Danorum the "rampart of Jutland" (Jutiae moenia) as having been once more extended by Valdemar the Great (1157-1182), which has been cited among the proofs that Schleswig (S4 nderjylland) forms an integral part of Jutland (Manuel hist.

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  • It stretched from sea to sea and consisted of a wall and a rampart.

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  • above sea-level) is a square walled enclosure standing in the middle of the plain, surrounded with a walled rampart.

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  • The eastern rampart of the Bolivian highlands comprises two distinct chains - the Sierra de Cochabamba on the north-east and the Sierra de Misiones on the east.

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  • On the circumference of the earthern circle or surrounding rampart (not shown on plan), which is here intentionally broken, a great recumbent stone - the slaughter stone - lies along the axis: and across the axis, near the central curve of the inner horseshoe, lies a fine recumbent stone - the altar stone-15 ft.

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  • It may be seen on the western horizon from Dera Ismail Khan, a grey, flat-looking rampart rising from the lower line of mountains north and south 'of it, slightly saddle-backed in the middle, but culminating in a very well-defined peak at its northern extremity.

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  • Through the inner channels, sheltered from the Pacific by the island rampart, runs the " inland passage," the tourist route northward from Seattle, Washington.

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  • On surmounting this rocky barrier the traveller finds that the encircling rampart rises little above the normal level of the plateau.

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  • Going westward from the Drakensberg the rampart is known successively as the Stormberg, Zuurberg, Sneeuwberg and Nieuwveld mountains.

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  • The slope of the plateau being also westward, the mountain rampart is less elevated, and north of 32° S.

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  • North of this great rampart the country drains to the Orange (q.v.), which flows from east to west nearly across the continent.

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  • The strategic importance of this territory was recognized by the Romans, who defended it on the south by "Trajan's Wall," a double rampart, drawn from Constantza, on the Black Sea, to the Danube.

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  • the Romans conquered the land and defended their position there by a rampart (limes).

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  • Eastward of these come the Ishan el-Aswad or "Black Mound" and three lines of rampart, one of which encloses the Babil mound on the N.

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  • Four thousand cubits to the east the great rampart was built "mountain high," which surrounded both the old and the new town; it was provided with a moat, and a reservoir was excavated in the triangle on the inner side of its south-east corner, the western wall of which is still visible.

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  • The village has encroached upon the remains of a huge stone circle (not quite circular), surrounded by a ditch and rampart of earth, and once approached by two avenues of monoliths.

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  • Here and there were large villages that had grown up about groups of houses surrounded by an earthen mound or rampart; similar groups enclosed in this manner were also to be found without any annexed hamlet.

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  • The simple rampart enclosed a space called lis 1 which contained 1 The term rath was perhaps applied to the rampart, but both lis and rath are used to denote the whole structure.

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  • cathir) the houses within the rampart were made of stone in the form of a bee-hive, and similar cloghans, as they are called, are found in the western isles of Scotland.

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  • First is the city wall, strongly built and carefully guarded, outside this a granite wall, and beyond this again a mud rampart.

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  • The attack was made at a point in the fortifications where the rampart and ditch had been destroyed by the rising of the Nile, and when the mandi's troops entered the soldiers were too weak to make any effectual resistance.

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  • The rampart and the moat are for defence against enemies, not against floods, and as Brizio brings in no new invading people till long after the terramara period, it is difficult to see why the Ibero-Ligurians should have abandoned their unprotected hut-settlements and taken to elaborate fortification.

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  • castle rampart to the entrance of the room used by BBC engineers as a studio.

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  • cist burial found in the rampart.

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  • The motte consists of a central grass covered mound with an encircling ditch and bank, bailey and outer rampart.

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  • earthen rampart with three defensive ditches.

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  • This was defended by a turf rampart on a stone footing which enclosed an area of approximately 2.8 hectares.

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  • Across the mouth of the pass, from cliff to cliff, the Dark Lord had built a rampart of stone.

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  • It has big flat area on the summit: a couple of acres of rough grass, surrounded by a rampart of boulders.

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  • The troops returned, leveled the center of town and built in its place an internal earthen rampart with three defensive ditches.

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  • Large enough to have been part of the springing of a defensive timber rampart across the entrance of the gate!

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  • T he whole circuit of the outer rampart is 585 feet.

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  • In 1816 a hoard of over 1500 Roman coins (dating from 250 to 307 AD) was found on the inner north-eastern rampart.

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  • rampart hacklab report, evolution and changes to IMC UK.

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  • rampart wall survives on the north side up to a height of about 3 meters.

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  • At some sites, there were palisades along the rampart crests, while at others there were stone parapets and rampart walks.

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  • A was a deep ditch forming an earth rampart of over five meters in height.

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  • The hill is defended by natural cliffs and crags on all sides except the north, which is defended by a single stone rampart.

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  • A cutting to the north located a possible rampart strengthened by tipped stone with a vertical timber revetment.

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  • Excavations during the 1960s discovered a box rampart on top of the main scarp and two outer ditches.

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  • thudding of dead bodies as they were thrown one after another from the rampart.

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  • turf rampart on a stone footing which enclosed an area of approximately 2.8 hectares.

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  • The wall, as opposed to the stone structure of Hadrian's, was a rampart made from stacked turves.

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  • The ruins of the retrenched northern portion of Kublai's great rampart are still prominent along their whole extent, so that there is no room for question as to the position or true dimensions of the Cambaluc of the middle ages; and it is most probable, indeed it is almost a necessity, that the present palace stands on the lines of Kublai's palace.

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  • The French, after their occupation of the city (1830), built a rampart, parapet and ditch, with two terminal forts, Bab Azoun to the south and Bab-el-Oued to the north.

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  • After traversing Gaul he visited the Germanic provinces on the Rhine, and crossed over to Britain (spring, 122), where he built the great rampart from the Tyne to the Solway, which bears his name (see Britain: Roman).

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  • The surrounding rampart of mountains was broken towards the north-east by an open tract stretching between Hymettus and Pentelicus towards Marathon, and was traversed by the passes of Decelea, Phyle and Daphne on the north and north-west, but the distance between these natural passages and the city was sufficient to obviate the danger of surprise by an invading land force.

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  • In fine contrast to them is the bright appearance of the Binnen Alster, which is enclosed on three sides by handsome rows of buildings, the Alsterdamm in the east, the Alter Jungfernstieg in the south, and the Neuer Jungfernstieg in the west, while it is separated from the Aussen Alster by part of the rampart gardens traversed by the railway uniting Hamburg with Altona and crossing the lakes by a beautiful bridge - the LombardsBriicke.

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  • East of Philippeville the mountains recede from the coast, and the rampart of hills reappears.

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  • 140 the district up to the Firth of Forth was definitely annexed, and a rampart with forts along it, the Wall of Antoninus Pius, was drawn from sea to sea (see Britain: Roman; and Graham'S Dyke).

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  • Accordingly, in ' the ninth book, when they are still protected by the rampart (see 348 sqq.), he rejects gifts and fair words alike; in the sixteenth he is moved by the tears and, of Patroclus, and the sight of the Greek ships on fire; in the nineteenth his anger is quenched in grief.

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  • in perimeter, and on the south-eastern borders are set high on a mound or rampart, indicating a Mongol origin.

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  • The slope of the plateau being also westward, the mountain rampart is less elevated, and north of 32° S.

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  • On the fourth day fires broke out on the Zubovski rampart.

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  • Large enough to have been part of the springing of a defensive timber rampart across the entrance of the gate !

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  • A substantial part of the rampart wall survives on the north side up to a height of about 3 meters.

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  • There was a constant thudding of dead bodies as they were thrown one after another from the rampart.

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  • For example, nursing students attend the Rampart Range Campus where the Nursing and Health Sciences programs are hosted.

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