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Herodotus - Page 250
by Herodotus - 1901 - 613 pages
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Ancient history

Gustaf Clemens Hebbe - 1848
...leading out of the Nile into the Arabian Gulf, dispatched certain natives of Phcnnicia on ship-board, with orders to sail back through the Pillars of Hercules into the North (Mediterranean) Sea, and so return to Egypt. The Phoenicians consequently having departed out...
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THE PILLARS OF HERCULES; OR A NARRATIVE OF TRAVELS IN SPAIN AND MOROCCO IN 1848

DAVID URQUHART, ESP., M.P. - 1850
...leading out of the Nile into the Arabian gulf, dispatched certain natives of Phoenicia on shipboard, with orders to sail back through the Pillars of Hercules into the north (Mediterranean) Sea, and so to return into Egypt. The Phoenicians consequently, having departed...
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The Pillars of Hercules: Or, A Narrative of Travels in Spain and Morocco in 1848

David Urquhart - 1850
...leading out of the Nile into the Arabian gulf , despatched certain natives of Phoenicia on ship-board, with orders to sail back through the- Pillars of Hercules into the north, Strabo, after an examination of all the evidence. The same opinion was pronounced by the school...
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Herodotus: A New and Literal Version from the Text of Baehr, with a ...

Herodotus, Henry Cary - 1852 - 613 pages
...compared.6 Libya shows itself to be surrounded by water, except so much of it as borders upon Asia. Neco, king of Egypt, was the first whom we know of, that proved this ; he, when he had censed digging the canal leading from the Nile to the Arabian Gulf, sent certain Phoenicians in ships,...
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Tyre: its rise, glory, and desolation

Tyre - 1852
...leading out of the Nile into the Arabian Gulf, despatched certain natives of Phoenicia on shipboard with orders to sail back through the Pillars of Hercules into the north, (that is, the Mediterranean Sea,) and so to return to Egypt. The Phoenicians consequently having...
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The Journal of Sacred Literature, Volume 5

1853
...be compared with another passage from the same writer. ' Neco, when he had ceased digging the canal, sent certain Phoenicians in ships, with orders to...through the pillars of Hercules into the Northern (Mediterranean) Sea, and so to return to Egypt. The Phoenicians, accordingly, setting out from the...
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The Journal of sacred literature, ed. by J. Kitto. [Continued as] The ...

John Kitto - 1853
...be compared with another passage from the same writer. ' Neco, when he had ceased digging the canal, sent certain Phoenicians in ships, with orders to...through the pillars of Hercules into the Northern (Mediterranean) Sea, and so to return to Egypt. The Phoenicians, accordingly, setting out from the...
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Tyre: its rise, glory, and desolation, with notices of the Phoenicians generally

Thomas Osmond Summers - 1856
...leading out of the Nile into the Arabian Gulf, dispatched certain natives of Phoenicia on shipboard with orders to sail back through the Pillars of Hercules into the north, (that is the Mediterranean Sea,) and so to return to Egypt. The Phoenicians consequently having...
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A History of Gibraltar and Its Sieges

J. H. Mann - 1870 - 280 pages
...borders on Asia. Necho, King of Egypt, was the first whom we know of that first proved this ; he, when he ceased digging the canal leading from the Nile to...sail back through the Pillars of Hercules into the Mediterranean (Northern Sea of Egypt), and so return to Egypt. The Phoenicians accordingly, setting...
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The Antiquary, Volumes 1-2

1871
...[Africa] shows itself to be surrounded with water, except so much of it as borders upon Asia. Necho, King of Egypt, was the first whom we know of that...the canal leading from the Nile to the Arabian Gulf [the Red Sea], sent certain Phoenicians in ships, with orders to sail back through the pillars of Hercules...
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