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" When, however, he found on the fifth that they were not gone, thinking that their firm stand was mere impudence and recklessness, he grew wroth and sent against them the Medes and Cissians, with orders to take them alive and bring them into his presence.... "
Herodotus: Literally Translated from the Text of Baehr : with a Geographical ... - Page 483
by Herodotus, Henry Cary - 1885 - 613 pages
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The History of Herodotus, Volume 2

Herodotus - 1824
...stay to arrogance and rashness, transported with indignation, he sent out the Medes and the Cissians, with orders to take them alive, and bring them into his presence. When the Medes rushed upon the Greeks with great impetuosity, many of them fell ; to these others succeeded, and though...
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The History of Herodotus, literally tr. by a graduate of the university

Herodotus - 1824
...stay to arrogance and rashness, transported with indignation, he sent out the Medes and the Cissians, with orders to take them alive, and bring them into his presence. When the Medes rushed upon the Greeks with great impetuosity, many of them fell ; to these others succeeded, and though...
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The History of Herodotus: a new English version, Volume 4

Herodotus, George Rawlinson, Sir Henry Creswicke Rawlinson, Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - 1860
...stand was mere impudence and recklessness, he grew wroth, and sent against them the Medes and Cissians, with orders to take them alive and bring them into his presence. Then the Medes rushed forward and charged the Greeks, but fell in vast numbers : others however took...
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The History of Herodotus: A New English Version, Volume 4

Herodotus, George Rawlinson, Sir Henry Creswicke Rawlinson, Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - 1860
...stand was mere impudence and recklessness, he grew wroth, and sent against them the Medes and Cissians, with orders to take them alive and bring them into his presence. Then the Medes rushed forward and charged the Greeks, but fell in vast numbers : others however took...
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The History of Herodotus. A new Engl. version, ed. with notes by G ..., Volume 4

George Rawlinson - 1875
...stand was mere impudence and recklessness, he grew wroth, and sent against them the Medes and Cissians, with orders to take them alive and bring them into his presence. Then the Medes rushed forward and charged the Greeks, but fell in vast numbers : others however took...
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A History of Greek Literature

Thomas Sergeant Perry - 1890 - 877 pages
...stand was mere impudence and recklessness, he grew wroth, and sent against them the Medes and Cissians, with orders to take them alive and bring them into his presence. Then the Medes rushed forward and charged the Greeks, but fell in vast numbers. Others however took...
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Herodotus: A New and Literal Version from the Text of Baehr, with a ...

Herodotus, Henry Cary - 1892 - 613 pages
...his army." He answered, " O king, deal with me as with a liar if these things do not turn out as I say." 210. By saying this he did not convince...made it evident to every one, and not least of all to Ihe king himself, that they were indeed many men, but few soldiers. The engagement lasted through the...
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History of Greece, and of the Greek People, from the ..., Volume 2, Part 2

Victor Duruy - 1892
...TTTKRMOPYLAr. force at Thermopylai showed no intention of retreating, Xerxes sent a body of Median troops with orders to take them alive and bring them into his presence. The Medes attacked, but were repulsed with great loss ; others followed to the charge, and also lost...
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The Universal Anthology: A Collection of the Best Literature ..., Volume 3

Richard Garnett, Leon Vallée, Alois Brandl - 1899
...stand was mere impudence and recklessness, he grew wroth, and sent against them the Medes and Cissians, with orders to take them alive and bring them into his presence. Then the Medes rushed forward and charged the Greeks, but fell in vast numbers: others, however, took...
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The Universal Anthology: A Collection of the Best Literature ..., Volume 3

Richard Garnett - 1899
...stand was mere impudence and recklessness, he grew wroth, and sent against them the Medes and Cissians, with orders to take them alive and bring them into his presence. Then the Medes rushed forward and charged the Greeks, but fell in vast numbers: others, however, took...
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