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At the Sarcophagus, things which had all been wet enough before became saturated with drift which turned to ice.

In an interesting Cretan sarcophagus from Hagia Triada the life-giving power is tripled.

That will furnish a pedestal which would befit the sarcophagus of a king.

They knelt down, each in turn, before the sarcophagus, and put their lips to it.

ThaisAnatole France

By this means I saw the entire front of the sarcophagus, which appeared to me to be made of unpolished grey marble.

His answer was equally eccentric with that accorded to his Uncle on the subject of the Sarcophagus.

So soon as the figure appears, the sarcophagus becomes much more richly sculptured, but always with definite religious purpose.

There are two bronze skeletons bearing scrolls, and two great dragons uphold the sarcophagus.

The Innocents AbroadMark Twain (Samuel Clemens)

It is a sarcophagus with a recumbent figure on it, which is the only work of art in the church deserving serious attention.

For instance, there is a sarcophagus in the Museo Nazionale at Rome, on which is represented a shoemaker at work.

The Care of BooksJohn Willis Clark

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