| Herodotus - 1812
...introduction of the letters of the alphabet. It is certain that Herodotus did not understand it cc 3 tending, **without the smallest reason or probability, that the ocean encompasses the earth** * ; that the earth is round, as if mechanically formed so ; and that Asia is equal to Europe. I will,... | |
| Herodotus - 1821
...introduction of tlie letters of the alphabetIt is certain that Herodotus did not understand it. tending, **without the smallest reason or probability, that the ocean encompasses the earth** * ; that the earth is round, as if mechanically formed so ; and that Asia is equal to Europe. I will,... | |
| Herodotus - 1830
...think it exceedingly ridiculous to hear some men talk of the circumference of the earth, pretending, **without the smallest reason or probability, that the ocean encompasses the earth** ; that the earth is round, as if mechanically formed so ; and that Asia is equal to Europe. I will... | |
| Herodotus - 1859
...lymbol of Ajwllj.— T. lous to hear 91 ne men talk of the circumference of the earth, iretending, **without the smallest reason or probability, that the ocean encompasses the earth** , that the earth is round, as if mechanically formed so ; and that \ MI i» equal to Europe. I will,... | |
| Alfred Wilks Drayson - 1873 - 288 páginas
...think it exceedingly ridiculous to hear some men talk of the circumference of the earth, pretending, **without the smallest reason or probability, that the ocean encompasses the earth,** that the earth is round, as if mechanically formed so, and that Asia is equal to Europe. I will therefore... | |
| Alfred Wilks Drayson - 1873 - 288 páginas
...think it exceedingly ridiculous to hear some men talk of the circumference of the earth, pretending, **without the smallest reason or probability, that the ocean encompasses the earth,** that the earth is round, as if mechanically formed so, and that Asia is equal to Europe. I will therefore... | |
| 1895
...think it exceedingly ridiculous to hear some men talk of the circumference of the Earth, pretending **without the smallest reason or probability that the ocean encompasses the Earth,** that the Earth is round as if mechanically formed so, and that Asia is equal to Europe." He found no... | |
| Benjamin Taylor - 1900 - 210 páginas
...think it exceedingly ridiculous to hear some men talk of the circumference of the Earth, pretending **without the smallest reason or probability that the ocean encompasses the Earth,** that the Earth is round as if mechanically formed so, and that Asia is equal to Europe.' Herodotus... | |
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