Geschichte Siciliens im Alterthum, Volumes 1-2

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W. Engelmann, 1870 - Numismatics
 

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Page 359 - Extraits d'un mémoire sur les attaques dirigées contre l'Egypte par les peuples de la Méditerranée, vers le xiv* siècle avant notre ère.
Page 438 - Re- 64 prehenditur tarnen ceu grandior in capitibus articulisque, alioqui tantus diligenlia ut Agragentinis facturus tabulam quam in templo lunonis Laciniae publiée dicarent inspexerit virgines eorum nudas et quinqué elegerit, ut quod in quaque laudatum esset, pictura redderet. Pinxit et monochromata ex albo.
Page 51 - Spitz erhebend das Haupt; und Gewölk umwallet ihn ringsum, Dunkelblau, das nimmer hinwegzieht; nie auch erhellt ihm Heiterer Glanz den Gipfel, im Sommer nicht, oder im Herbste. Auch nicht stiege hinauf ein Sterblicher, oder herunter, Nicht ob zwanzig Händ' und zwanzig Füß' er bewegte; Denn das Gestein ist glatt, dem ringsbehauenen ähnlich.
Page 343 - Gelonium stagnum tetro odore abigit proximantes. Ibi et fontes duo : alter, de quo si sterilis sumpserit, fecunda fiet; alter, quem si fecunda hauserit, vertitur in sterilitatem.
Page 389 - ... the night. The most annoying wind is the sirocco or south-east, which coming from the deserts of Africa, is moderated by its passage over the sea, to a tolerable degree of temperature ; and on the east coast, where it first arrives, its effects are inconsiderable ; but seeming to acquire additional heat in its progress over the land, becomes a serious inconvenience as it advances.
Page 421 - Nunquam tarn male est Siculis, quin aliquid facete et commode dicant, Cic., in Verr., iv., 43.
Page 339 - Oppida Leontini, Megaris, amnis Pantagies, colonia Syracusae cum fonte Arethusa, quamquam et Temenitis et Archidemia et Magaea et Cyane et Milichie fontes in Syracusano potantur agro, portus Naustathmus, flumen Elorum, promontorium Pachynum, a qua fronte Siciliae flumen Hirminium, oppidum Camarina, fluvius Gelas, oppidum Agragas quod Agrigentum nostri dixere.
Page 428 - Itaque ait Aristoteles, cum sublatis in Sicilia tyrannis res privatae longo intervallo iudiciis repeterentur, turn primum, quod esset acuta ilia gens et controversa1 natura, artem et praecepta Siculos Coracem et Tisiam conscripsisse, nam antea neminem solitum via nee arte, sed accurate tamen et...
Page 352 - Ulysses, with fancying it the scourge of seamen, and, that in a gale its caverns ' roar like dogs ; ' but I, as a sailor, never perceived any difference between the effect of the surges here, and on any other coast, yet I have frequently watched it closely in bad weather. It is now, as I presume it ever was, a common rock, of bold approach, a little worn at its base, and surmounted by a castle, with a sandy bay on each side.
Page 190 - Menschen, denen endlich das Land nicht genug Beute mehr darbot, gingen zu Schiffe und fuhren an der Küste Italiens auf Raub entlang.

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