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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 130
by Herodotus, Henry Cary - 1852 - 613 pages
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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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The Histories of Herodotus

Herodotus - 1899 - 568 pages
...remaining Kings of Egypt. 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...with regard to diseases, or with respect to deaths. In former time the priests of Jupiter did to Hecata;us the historian, when he was tracing his own genealogy,...
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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
...remaining kings of Egypt. 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...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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Ancient Egypt, the Light of the World: A Work of Reclamation and ..., Volume 2

Gerald Massey - 1907
...been reckoned by the Egyptian astronomers, " the sun had four times risen out of his usual quarter ; that he had twice risen where he now sets, and twice...where he now rises. Yet, that no change in the things of Egypt had been occasioned by this, either in the productions of the earth ' or the river.' " And...
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A Search in Secret Egypt

Paul Brunton - 1936 - 287 pages
...and righdy earned the tide of "the Father of History." And they had further told him that "the sun had twice risen where he now sets and twice set where he now rises." The implication of this extraordinary statement is that the poles of our earth had completely changed...
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Other Worlds, Other Universes

Brad Steiger, John White - 1986 - 260 pages
...remaining kings of Egypt. 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." Whatsoever truth there may be in the statement, there are no phenomenal data known to the present writer...
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Ancient Egypt: The Light of the World

Gerald Massey - 2007 - 680 pages
...been reckoned by the Egyptian astronomers, "the sun had four times risen out of his usual quarter; that he had twice risen where he now sets, and twice...where he now rises. Yet, that no change in the things of Egypt had been occasioned by this, either in the productions of the earth 'or the river' " And he...
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A Book of the Beginnings

Gerald Massey - 2007 - 516 pages
...remaining kings of Egypt. 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 (ii. 142), and twice set where he now rises," Again, he remarks, " Hercules is one of the ancient gods...
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A Book of the Beginnings

Gerald Massey - 2007 - 516 pages
...remaining kings of Egypt. 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 (ii. 142), and twice set where he now rises." Again, he remarks, " Hercules is one of the ancient gods...
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