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" ... journey to an island called Ictis (St. Michael's Mount), whence the traders from Gaul conveyed it across the Channel, and down the Rhone to Massalia. "This island is described as surrounded by the sea at high water, but connected with the mainland... "
A History of Ancient Geography Among the Greeks and Romans: From the ... - Page 197
by Edward Herbert Bunbury - 1879
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A History of Ancient Geography Among the Greeks and Romans from ..., Volume 2

Edward Herbert Bunbury - Geography, Ancient - 1883
...island of Ictis is described as surrounded by the sea at high water, but connected with the main land by a tract of sand, which was left bare at low water,...port such as would have been well suited to ancient traders.6 From whence 1 Diod. v. 21. * It is remarkable that while he hero correctly describes the...
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A History of Ancient Geography Among the Greeks and Romans from ..., Volume 2

Edward Herbert Bunbury - Classical geography - 1883
...island of Ictis is described as surrounded by the sea at high water, but connected with the main land by a tract of sand, which was left bare at low water,...port -such as would have been well suited to ancient traders.6 From whence * Dial. v. 21. ' It is remarkable that while he here correctly describes the...
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The Geographical Journal, Volume 1

Geography - 1893
...surrounded by the sea at high water, but connected with the mainland by a tract of sand left bare atjow water, so as to render it a peninsula to which the tin was carried in waggons." J Pytheas no doubt gave a stimulus to this trade, and was probably the first to introduce coined money...
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The Geographical Journal, Volume 1

Geography - 1893
...described as surrounded by the sea at high water, but connected with the mainland by a tract of sand left bare at low water, so as to render it a peninsula to which the tin was carried in waggons." J Pytheas no doubt gave a stimulus to this trade, and was probably the first to introduce coined money...
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