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" I cannot but 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... "
The Geography System of Herodotus Examined and Explained, by a Comparison ... - Página 195
por James Rennell - 1830
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Herodotus, Volumen2

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,...
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Herodotus, tr., with notes, by W. Beloe, Volumen2

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,...
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Herodotus, tr. by W. Beloe

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...
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The Ancient History of Herodotus

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,...
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On the Cause, Date, and Duration of the Last Glacial Epoch of Geology, and ...

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...
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On the Cause, Date, and Duration of the Last Glacial Epoch of Geology, and ...

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...
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All the Year Round

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...
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Storyology: Essays in Folk-lore, Sea-lore, and Plant-lore

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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