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" It can be proved by the evidence of language, that before their separation the Aryans led the life of agricultural nomads — a life such as Tacitus describes that of the ancient Germans. They knew the arts of ploughing, of making roads, of building ships,... "
Lectures on the Science of Language: Delivered at the Royal Institution of ... - Page 235
by Friedrich Max Müller - 1862
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Lectures on the Science of Language, Delivered at the Royal Institution of ...

Friedrich Max Müller - 1861
...as to the state of civilisation attained by the Aryans before they left their common home. It can be proved, by the evidence of language, that before their...of making roads, of building ships, of weaving and sowing, of erecting houses ; they had counted at least as far as one hundred. They had domesticated...
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Lectures on the Science of Language, Delivered at the Royal ..., Volume 1

Friedrich Max Müller - 1861 - 399 pages
...Germans. They knew the arts of ploughing, of making roads, of building ships, of weaving and sowing, of erecting houses ; they had counted at least as far as one hundred. They had domesticated the most important animals, the cow, the horse, the sheep, the dog; they were acquainted...
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Lectures on the Science of Language, Volume 1

Friedrich Max Müller - 1862 - 416 pages
...as to the state of civilisation attained by the Aryans before they left their common home. It can be proved by the evidence of language, that before their...had counted at least as far as one hundred. They had domesticated the most important animals, the cow, the horse, the sheep, the dog ; they were acquainted...
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The Christian Ambassador, Volume 5

1867
...their several fortunes. " Before their separation the Aryans led the life of agricultural nomads—a life such as Tacitus describes that of the ancient...had counted at least as far as one hundred. They had domesticated the most important animals; the cow, the horse, the sheep, the dog; they were acquainted...
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The National quarterly review, ed. by E.I. Sears, Volume 24

Edward Isidore Sears - 1872
...with them. By the evidence of language thus attained, " it can be proved that before their sepation, the Aryans led the life of agricultural nomads, a...making roads, of building ships, of weaving and sewing, and of erecting houses. They had counted at least as far as one hundred They had domesticated the most...
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The stream of life on our globe ... as revealed by modern discoveries in ...

John Laws Milton - 1864
...Aryans, though tillers of the soil, had made great advances in the arts and luxuries of life. " They know the arts of ploughing, of making roads, of building...had counted at least as far as one hundred. They had domesticated the most important animals — the cow, the horse, the sheep, the dog ; they were acquainted...
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The Hidden Wisdom of Christ and the Key of Knowledge: Or, History ..., Volume 2

Ernst von Bunsen - 1865
...begin with a reference to the time when ' the Aryans led the -life of agricultural nomads;' when ' they knew the arts of ploughing, of making roads,...ships, of weaving and sewing, of erecting houses;' when 'they had counted, at least, as far as one hundred ; ' when ' they had domesticated the most important...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 119

1866
...people before they divided over the face of the earth. ' It can be proved,' as Professor Miiller says, ' by the evidence of language, that before their separation...counted, at least, as far as one hundred. They had domesticated the igost important animals — the cow, the horse, the sheep, the dog. . . . They had...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 119

1866
...people before they divided over the face of the earth. ' It can be proved,' as Professor Miiller says, ' by the evidence of language, that before their separation...counted, at least, as far as one hundred. They had domesticated the most important animals — the cow, the horse, the sheep, the dog, . . . They had...
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The Quarterly Journal of Science, Volume 3

1866
...all the force, perspicuity, and felicity of style of the very best English authors, says, " It can be proved by the evidence of language that before their...making roads, of building ships, of weaving and sewing, and of erecting houses : they had counted at least as far as one hundred. They had domesticated the...
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