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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
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The Diamond Atlas, with Descriptions of All Countries: Exhibiting Their ...

Charles Walker Morse - Atlases - 1858 - 242 pages
...Guinea, and it is very possible was the limit of the expedition. On returning from his voyage, Hanno dedicated an account of it, inscribed on a tablet in the temple of Saturn (Cronos), and it is therefore presumed that the periplns is a Greek version of the contents...
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Carthage and Her Remains: Being an Account of the Excavations and Researches ...

Nathan Davis - Carthage (Extinct city) - 1861 - 504 pages
...Hercules, and found Liby-Phoenician cities. He sailed accordingly with sixty ships of fifty oars each, and a body of men and women to the number of 30,000, and provisions and other necessaries," etc. The opinions respecting the extreme distance to which Hanno reached, or rather was enabled to...
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A New Classical Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography, Mythology and ...

William Smith - Biography - 1871 - 1039 pages
...Libypbceuician towns, and that he 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 presum ed that our periplus is a Greek version of the...
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A New Classical Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography Mythology and ...

William Smith - Classical dictionaries - 1878 - 1039 pages
...Libyphceuieinn towns, and that he 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 ou a tablet, in the tern pie of Saturn (Cronos). It is therefore presura ed that our periplus is a...
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The national encyclopędia. Libr. ed, Volume 7

National cyclopaedia - 1879
...of Hercules, and found Liby-Phoenician 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 to be fonnded was Thumiaterion, near the Pillars of Hercules, probably in the neighbourhood...
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The Secret of Plato's Atlantis

John Francis Arundell Arundell of Wardour (12th baron) - Atlantis - 1885 - 108 pages
...but taken from the country inhabitants.] He sailed accordingly with sixty ships of fifty oars each, and a body of men and women to the number of 30,000, and provisions and other necessaries. " When we had passed the Pillars on our voyage, and had sailed beyond them for two days, we founded...
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A Classical Dictionary of Biography, Mythology and Geography

William Smith - Biography - 1891 - 832 pages
...towns, and that he sailed with a body of colonisti to the number of 30,000. On liis return from hi* voyage, he dedicated an account of it, inscribed on a tablet, in the temple of Cronos. It U therefore presumed that our periplus is a Greek version^ of the contents of that Punic tablet...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Part 2

English periodicals - 1896
...Hercules, and found Liby-Phoenician cities. He sailed accordingly with sixty ships of fifty oars each, and a body of men and women to the number of 30,000, and provisions and other necessaries. The Greek who copied this inscription describes Hanno as King of the Carthaginians. There was no King...
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The History of Ireland to the Coming of Henry II., Volume 1

Arthur O'Clery - Ireland - 1908 - 434 pages
...and there found Lybo-Phcenician cities." He sailed accordingly with sixty ships of fifty oars each, and a body of men and women to the number of 30,000 ! and provisions and other necessaries. The Pcntcconlcrs were a convoy ; the men and women were in merchant ships, SXcaJec. The number appears...
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