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" In the Periplus itself Hanno says that he was sent out by his countrymen to undertake a voyage beyond the Pillars of Hercules, and to found Libyphœnician towns, and that he sailed accordingly with sixty penteconteres, and a body of men and women, to... "
Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology: Earinus-Nyx - Page 353
edited by - 1849
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Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 1

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1823
...of Hercules, and found Libyphcenician cities. He sailed, accordingly, with 60 ships of 50 oars each, and a body of men and women to the number of 30,000, and provisions and other necessaries." From the extent of this plan of colonization, or rather of establishing permanent garrisons, upon the...
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The Geography System of Herodotus Examined and Explained, by a Comparison ...

James Rennell - Geography, Ancient - 1830
...of Hercules, and found Libyphcenician cities. He sailed accordingly with 60 ships of 50 oars each, and a body of men and women, to the number of 30,000, and provisions and other necessaries." It is certain, that the numbers appear very great, as well in respect of the extended scale of colonization,...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Volume 12

1838
...of Hercules, and found Libyphoenician cities. He sailed accordingly with 60 ships of 50 oars each, and a body of men and women to the number of 30,000, and provisions and other necessaries." The first city he founded was Thumiaterion, near the pillars of Hercules, probably in the neighbourhood...
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The Penny Cyclopędia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Volume 12

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1839
...of Hercules, and found Libyphoenician cities. He sailed accordingly with 60 ships of 50 oars each, and a body of men and women to the number of 30,000, and provisions and other necessaries.' The first city he founded was Thumiaterion, near the pillars of Hercules, probably in the neighbourhood...
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New Classical Dictionary of Biography, Mythology and Geography

sir William Smith - 1850
...to found Libyphoenician towns, and that he sailed with a body of colonists to the number of 30,000. On his return from his voyage, he dedicated an account...it, inscribed on a tablet, in the temple of Cronos. It is therefore presumed that our periplus is a Greek version of the contents of that Punic tablet....
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A New Classical Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography, Mythology and ...

Sir William Smith - Classical dictionaries - 1850 - 1039 pages
...Libyphrenician towns, and that be sailed with a body of colonists to the number of thirty thousand On his return from his voyage, he dedicated an account of it, inscribed on a tablet, in the tern pie of Saturn (Cronos). It is therefore presuin ed that our periplus is a Greek version of the...
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A Manual of Greek Literature: From the Earliest Authentic Periods to the ...

Charles Anthon - Greek literature - 1853 - 580 pages
...Hercules, and to found Libyphoenician towns, and that he sailed accordingly with sixty penteconteres, and a body of men and women, to the number of 30,000,...necessaries. On his return from his voyage, he dedicated an 1 Smith, Diet. Biogr., sv * HN, ii., 6" ; v., 1, 36. 3 Sotin., 56; Hanno, Peripl, Intrad. account of...
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A Manual of Greek Literature: From the Earliest Authentic Periods to the ...

Charles Anthon - Greek literature - 1853 - 580 pages
...Hercules, and to found Libyphœnician towns, and that he sailed accordingly with sixty penteconteres, and a body of men and women, to the number of 30,000,...necessaries. On his return from his voyage, he dedicated an i Smith, Diet. Biogr., i. ». » HN, ii., 67 ; v., 1, 36. account of it, inscribed on a tablet, in...
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Totius latinitatis lexicon: C-E (1861)

Egidio Forcellini - Latin language - 1854
...by his countrymen to undertake a voyage bevond the Pillars of Hercules, and to found Libyphoonician towns, and that he sailed accordingly with sixty pentecontores,...Pliny says, in that of Juno. (Сотр. Pomp. Mela, iii. 9 ; Marc. Heracl. Epit. Artemid. et Menip. ; Athen, iii. 83.) It i» therefore presumed that our...
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A classical dictionary of biography [&c.].

sir William Smith - 1858
...to found Libyphoenician towns, and that he sailed with a body of colonists to the number of 30,000. On his return from his voyage, he dedicated an account...it, inscribed on a tablet, in the temple of Cronos. It is therefore presumed that our periplus is a Greek version of the contents of that Punic tablet....
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