Richard Cobbold

Zenon, Vol. 2 of 3


Richard Cobbold
   - Zenon, Vol. 2 of 3

Excerpt from Zenon, Vol. 2 of 3: An Historical Narrative of the Early Days of Christianity

With his hands clasped upon his brow in an agony of terror, the horror-stricken guilty monarch tried to hide the lightning from his eyes; but the vivid flashes of conscience were more terrible than the lights of the skies. Incessantly they struck upon his soul's perception and showed him the body of Ascleterion devoured by dogs. How strange!

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