BESIDE a stricken field I stood; On the torn turf, on grass and wood, Hung heavily the dew of blood. Still in their fresh mounds lay the slain, But all the air was quick with pain And gusty sighs and tearful rain. Two angels, each with d... Read more of The Watchers at Martin Luther King.caInformational Site Network Informational
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119 O People Of Constantinople! #89






The word here translated as Constantinople is, in the original, Ar-Rum
or Rome. This term has generally been used in the Middle East to
designate Constantinople and the Eastern Roman Empire, then the city of
Byzantium and its empire, and later the Ottoman Empire.





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