The god Phoebus, who is a true god, has been charioted for an hour-and were you not to be on the ramparts
From here on for four miles to the outer ramparts
our way will be beset by countless dangers.
Tomorrow he might be assaulting the ramparts
of her father's castle, but today he was joyously offering to sacrifice his life for her--had she been the daughter of a charcoal burner he would have done no less--it was enough that she was a woman and in need of protection.
Mark also the mighty ramparts
which are pierced by the three water-gates, and sixteen others to the landward side.
He noticed that their borders were formed of steep declivities; they were long parallel ramparts, and with some small amount of imagination he might have admitted the existence of long lines of fortifications, raised by Selenite engineers.
They are certainly anterior to the formation of craters and circles, for several have introduced themselves by breaking through their circular ramparts.
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The German rampart
is topped by a wattle fence and the Roman side gradually changes from sandy soil to the start of the marsh described by Tacitus.