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" Greeks, from left to right, they move their hand from right to left; and they insist, notwithstanding, that it is they who go to the right, and the Greeks who go to the left. They have two quite different kinds of writing, one of which is called sacred,... "
Herodotus: A New and Literal Version from the Text of Baehr ; with a ... - Page 104
by Herodotus, Henry Cary - 1848 - 613 pages
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The geography of Herodotus

James Talboys Wheeler - 1854
...people at large. Acgyptians ^he Aeffvptians, according to Herodotus, were tne most "/ -i ' ' pious of of all men the most excessively attentive to the worship of the gods.' They were the first who AFRICA. assigned altars, images, and temples to the several CBAP.T. deities,2...
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The History of Herodotus

Herodotus - 1858
...go to the right, and the Greeks who go to the left. They have two quite different kinds of writing,6 one of which is called sacred, the other common. 37. They are religious to excess, far beyond any other race of men,7 and use the following ceremonies : They...
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The History of Herodotus: A New English Version, Ed. with Copious ..., Volume 2

Herodotus - 1866
...8l ffií 2 '3 \ the Greeks who go to the left. They have two quite different kinds of writing,' one of which is called sacred, the other common. 37. They are religious to excess, far beyond any other race of men/ and use the following ceremonies : They...
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The Churchman's shilling magazine and family treasury, conducted ..., Volume 26

Robert Hall Baynes - 1880
...interest they exhibited in their religion, especially in the ceremonial part of it. Herodotus says, " They are of all men the most excessively attentive to the worship of the gods." With them everything partook of the stamp of religion. Their writing was so full of sacred symbols...
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Ten Great Religions

James Freeman Clarke - 1871
...interest in religion, especially of the ceremonial part of religion, or worship. Herodotus says : " They are of all men the most excessively attentive to the worship of the gods." And beside his statement to that effect, there is evidence that the origin of much of the theology, mythology,...
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Ten Great Religions: An Essay in Comparative Theology, Volume 1

James Freeman Clarke - 1871 - 528 pages
...interest in religion, especially of the ceremonial part of religion, or worship. Herodotus says : " They are of all men the most excessively attentive to the worship of the gods." And beside his statement to that effect, there is evidence that the origin of much of the theology, mythology,...
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The Miscellaneous and Posthumous Works of Henry Thomas Buckle, Volume 1

Henry Thomas Buckle - 1872
...vol. i. pp. 17, 18, 65, 441. II Lib. I. cap. vi. vol. ip 76. By Booth. authority." Herodotus says ' " They are of all men the most 'excessively attentive to the worship of the gods." At ii. 64, p. 119, " The Egyptians, then, are beyond measure scrupulous in all things concerning religion."...
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The History of Herodotus. A new Engl. version, ed. with notes by G ..., Volume 2

Herodotus - 1875
...go to the right, and the Greeks who go to the left. They have two quite different kinds of writing,6 one of which is called sacred, the other common. 37. They are religious to excess, far beyond any other race of men,7 and use the following ceremonies : They...
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The Divine Law as to Wines: Established by the Testimony of Sages ...

George Whitefield Samson - 1879 - 467 pages
...statement of Herodotus as to wine used by the priests, is the following (II. 37). Having said that " they are, of all men, the most excessively attentive to the worship of the gods," in a minute description of their dress, food, etc., he says: " Wine from the grape is given them."...
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The Divine Law as to Wines: Established by the Testimony of Sages ...

George Whitefield Samson - 1879 - 326 pages
...statement of Herodotus as to wine used by the priests, is the following (II. 37). Having said that " they are, of all men, the most excessively attentive to the worship of the gods," in a minute description of their dress, food, etc., he says : " Wine from the grape is given them."...
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