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Books Books 1 - 7 of 7 on Wilson's Ariana, p. 121. all Upper Asia still remained in almost precisely the same....
" Wilson's Ariana, p. 121. all Upper Asia still remained in almost precisely the same condition which it had attained under the successors of Alexander. 23. The last section of his fifteenth book is devoted by Strabo to Persis, or Persia properly so... "
A History of Ancient Geography Among the Greeks and Romans: From the ... - Page 312
by Edward Herbert Bunbury - 1879
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The origin of pagan idolatry ascertained from historical testimony ..., Volume 1

George Stanley Faber - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1816
...within and the land of Cush without* The Asiatic land of Cush was a most extensive territory, reaching from the banks of the Indus to the shores of the Mediterranean sea : and it was rather governed, than exclusively peopled by the descendants of that patriarch. The...
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A history of ancient geography among the Greeks and Romans, Volume 2

sir Edward Herbert Bunbury (9th bart.) - 1879
...successors of Alexander. 23. The last section of his fifteenth book is devoted by Strabo to Persia, or Persia properly so called, with the adjacent province...different physical character and climate, and yielding iu consequence wholly different productions, is well described;* The first of these, a band extending...
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A History of Ancient Geography Among the Greeks and Romans from ..., Volume 2

Edward Herbert Bunbury - Geography, Ancient - 1883
...Tcpi Sir F,,.:T,j-rf!, ,.,,, • Ibid. Note Y y, p. 521. 4 xv. 2, 8, p. 724. ilo-l yif rus icoi Wilson's Ariana, p. 121. all Upper Asia still remained...consequence wholly different productions, is well described.* The first of these, a band extending along the sea-shore from the frontier of Carmania...
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A History of Ancient Geography Among the Greeks and Romans from ..., Volume 2

Edward Herbert Bunbury - Classical geography - 1883
...Ibid. Note Y y, p. 521. 4 XV. 2, 8, p. 724. chrl ydp TWS icol &/jL6y\toTTOl JTOJJ& /ni.'inir. • Wilson's Ariana, p. 121. all Upper Asia still remained...very different physical character and climate, and yieldingin consequence wholly different productions, is well described.8 The first of these, a band...
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A History of Ancient Geography Among the Greeks and Romans from ..., Volume 2

Edward Herbert Bunbury - Classical geography - 1883
...having been so long the seat of the grett Persian Empire that had extended its dominions from the baius of the Indus to the shores of the Mediterranean :...characteristic division of Persia into three parallel tratts of very different physical character and climate, and yieldirg in consequence wholly different...
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The Numismatic Chronicle and Journal of the Royal Numismatic ..., Volumes 7-8

Royal Numismatic Society (Great Britain). - Numismatics - 1867
...founded by Seleukus Nikator. GEOGRAPHY. The dominions of Seleukus Nikator and his successors extended from the banks of the Indus to the shores of the Mediterranean. The eastern provinces of this vast empire were Parthiene, Bactriana, Ariana, and India, which stretched...
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The Great German Nation: Origins and Destiny

Craig M. White - History - 2007 - 312 pages
...denominated the land of Cush within and the land of Cush without. "[their territory in early times extended] from the banks of the Indus to the shores of the Mediterranean sea ... from India to Armenia."140 He claims that the word Caucasus derived from Cush via the Persian...
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