It was also the spot where the battle of Trafalgar was discussed in The Dynasts.
Divided and jealous as were the Mohammedan dynasts, there was a limit to their patience.
Communities could put the arms of the city, the dynasts their own portraits, on the coins.
If Hardy had been encouraged to write more novels perhaps we should not have had "The Dynasts."
Another legion was sent to the East; and the semi-independent princes and dynasts were exhorted to support Corbulo with zeal.
No dynasts in modern times, not even the Bourbons nor the Habsburgs, have been more obsessed with the pride of race.
Then follows Halicarnasus, formerly called Zephyra, the royal seat of the dynasts of Caria.
Readers will readily discern, too, that The Dynasts is intended simply for mental performance, and not for the stage.
And yet, in spite of Faust and The Dynasts, it may be doubted whether the union of epic and drama is likely to be permanent.
Except in The Dynasts and a few of the lyrics, there is none of this brooding majesty in his verse.