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" During this time, they related, that the sun had four times risen out of his usual quarter, and that he had twice risen where he now sets, and twice set where he now rises... "
Herodotus: A New and Literal Version from the Text of Baehr, with a ... - Page 152
by Herodotus, Henry Cary - 1868 - 613 pages
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The Early History of Egypt, from the Old Testament, Herodotus, Manetho, and ...

Samuel Sharpe - 1836 - 175 pages
...and within this period the sun had four times risen contrary to his common course twice he had risen where he now sets, and twice set where he now rises. On the death of Sethon the priest of Vulcan, the Egyptians became free : the country was divided into...
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Herodotus: A New and Literal Version from the Text of Baehr, with a ...

Herodotus, Henry Cary - 1852 - 613 pages
...assumed the form of a man ; neither, they said, had any such thing happened before, or afterwards, in the time of the remaining kings of Egypt. During...related, that the sun had four times risen out of bis usual quarter, and that he had twice risen where he now sets, and twice set where he now rises...
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A history of the world from the earliest records to the present time, Volume 1

Philip Smith - 1864
...the Ethiopian Tirhaka). This he calculates as 1l,340 years. He adds that, during this period, the sun had " twice risen where he now sets, and twice set where he now rises." This apparently absurd statement is explained by Mr. Poole as referring to " the solar risings of stars...
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American Antiquities: Or, The New World the Old, and the Old World the New

John T. C. Heaviside - 1868 - 45 pages
...years no god had assumed the form of man; neither had any such thing happened before, or afterwards in the time of the remaining kings of Egypt. During this time the sun had four times risen out of its usual quarter, and had twice risen where he now sets, and twice...
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A History of the Ancient World: From the Earliest Records to the ..., Volume 1

Philip Smith - 1873
...the Ethiopian Tirhaka). This he calculates as 11,340 years. He adds that, during this period, the sun had " twice risen where he now sets, and twice set where he now rises." This apparently absurd statement is explained by Mr. Poole as referring to " the solar risings of stars...
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Glimpses of the Future Life: With an Appendix on the Probable Law of ...

Mungo Ponton - 1873 - 169 pages
...accompanying averment that, in the course of the 11,340 years, embraced in their pontificates, the sun had twice risen where he now sets, and twice set where he now rises. The same author, however, confirms the view that there were anciently several contemporaneous sovereigns...
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Three wet Sundays with the book of Joshua

Ellen Palmer - 1874 - 167 pages
...happened in their time ; and they told him, among other things, that in a certain number of years " the sun had four times risen out of his usual quarter,...change in the things in Egypt was occasioned by this." ' Now, Daisy, in the time mentioned by Herodotus, we know that two disturbances of the natural course...
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History of the World from the Creation to the Fall of the Western ..., Volume 1

Philip Smith - 1885
...the Ethiopian Tirhaka). This he calculates as 11,340 years. Ho adds that, during this period, the sun had "twice risen where he now sets, and twice set where he now rises." This apparently absurd statement is explained by Mr. Poole as referring to " the solar risings of stars...
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Egyptian Chronology: An Attempt to Conciliate the Ancient Schemes and to ...

Frederick Gard Fleay - 1899 - 167 pages
...volume is Manetho responsible : as we shall see. I take the statement in Herodotus ii. 142, that the sun had twice risen where he now sets, and twice set where he now rises, to mean that two complete Sothic cycles had been gone through since the time of Menes ; and that the...
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Herodotus, Book 7

Herodotus - 1901 - 613 pages
...assumed the form of a man ; neither, they said, had any such thing happened before, or afterwards, in the time of the remaining kings of Egypt. During...productions of the earth or the river, or with regard to dis eases, or with respeci iv, deaths. 143. In former time, the priests of Jupiter did to Hecatams...
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