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" I have described, the lake named that of Moeris, causes still greater astonishment, on the bank of which the Labyrinth was built. " The water in the lake is not derived from local sources, for the earth in that part is excessively dry and waterless, but... "
The Nile in 1904 - Page 76
by Sir William Willcocks, Hugh John Llewellyn Beadnell - 1904 - 225 pages
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The Faym and Lake Mris

Sir Robert Hanbury Brown - Fayyūm (Egypt) - 1892 - 110 pages
...of animals are engraved. The entrance into this is subterranean. " Now, the Labyrinth being such as I have described, the lake, named that of Moeris,...causes still greater astonishment, on the bank of which this Labyrinth was built. The perimeter of this lake measures 3600 stadii, which is the same thing...
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The Faym and Lake Mris

Sir Robert Hanbury Brown - Fayyūm (Egypt) - 1892 - 110 pages
...that the fathom is equal to 6 feet, or four cubits, a foot measuring four palms, a cubit six palms. " The water in the lake is not derived from local sources, for the earth in that part is naturally excessively dry and waterless, but it is brought in from the Nile by a canal. It takes six...
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