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" Towards the north of Europe there is evidently a very great quantity of gold, but how procured I am unable to say with certainty ; though it is said that the Arimaspians, a oneeyed people, steal it from the griffins. Neither do I believe this, that men... "
The Histories of Herodotus - Page 196
by Herodotus - 1899 - 568 pages
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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 91

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1851
...world," Herodotus also tells us, produced much gold. So also in the north of Europe, he said, there was evidently a very great quantity of gold, " but how...Arimaspians, a one-eyed people, steal it from the griffins." But Herodotus adds, " Neither do I believe this, that men are born with one eye, and yet in other respects...
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The New Monthly Magazine and Humorist, Volume 91

1851
...world," Herodotus also tells us, produced much gold. So also in the north of Europe, he said, there was evidently a very great quantity of gold, " but how...Arimaspians, a one-eyed people, steal it from the griffins." But Herodotus adds, " Neither do I believe this, that men are born with one eye, and yet in other respects...
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Herodotus: A New and Literal Version from the Text of Baehr, with a ...

Herodotus, Henry Cary - 1852 - 613 pages
...on that side of Europe. However, both tin and amber come to us from the remotest parts. 116. Towards the north of Europe there is evidently a very great...the extremities of the world seem to surround and enclose the rest of the earth, and to possess those productions which we account most excellent and...
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A History of the Trade in Tin: A Short Description of Tin Mining and ...

Philip William Flower - 1880 - 219 pages
...sea on that side of Europe. However, both tin and amber come to us from the remotest parts. " Towards the north of Europe there is evidently a very great quantity of gold, Jbut how procured I am unable to say with certainty, though it is said that the Arimaspians, a one-eyed...
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A History of the Trade in Tin: A Short Description of Tin Mining and ...

Philip William Flower - 1880 - 219 pages
...Herodotus has informed us that the gold in his time (450 BC) came from the north of Europe, and that it was said " that the Arimaspians, a one-eyed people, steal it from the griffins." Leaving it for others to clear up this matter, it will be the author's endeavour later on, to show...
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Herodotus: Literally Translated from the Text of Baehr : with a Geographical ...

Herodotus, Henry Cary - 1885 - 613 pages
...on that side of Europe. However, both tin and amber come to us from the remotest parts. 116. Towards the north of Europe there is evidently a very great...the extremities of the world seem to surround and enclose the rest of the earth, and to possess those productions which we account most excellent and...
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Milton's Paradise Lost: Books I and II

John Milton - 1896 - 201 pages
...Conceived of as a lion, with the head and wings of an eagle. 945. Arlmaspian. Cf. Herodotus 3 : 116: " Toward the north of Europe there is evidently a very...Arimaspians, a one-eyed people, steal it from the griffins." 948-950. Note the confused and disorderly manner in which these disconnected particulars are set forth....
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Milton's Paradise Lost: Books I and II

John Milton - 1896 - 201 pages
...Conceived of as a lion, with the head and wings of an eagle. 945. Arlmasplan. Cf. Herodotus 3 : 116 : " Toward the north of Europe there is evidently a very...Arimaspians, a one-eyed people, steal it from the griffins." 948-950. Note the confused and disorderly manner in which these disconnected particulars are set forth....
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Paradise Lost, Books 1-2

John Milton - 1896 - 210 pages
...Conceived of as a lion, with the head and wings of an eagle. 945. Arimasplan. Cf . Herodotus 3 : 116 : " Toward the north of Europe there is evidently a very...Arimaspians, a one-eyed people, steal it from the griffins." 948-950. Note the confused and disorderly manner in which these disconnected particulars are set forth....
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Herodotus, Book 7

Herodotus - 1901 - 613 pages
...on that side of Europe. However, both tin and amber come to us from the remotest parts. 116. Towards the north of Europe there is evidently a very great...this, that men are born with one eye, and yet in other re- i spects resemble the rest of mankind. However, the extremities of the world seem to surround and...
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