Herodotus, the Seventh, Eighth, & Ninth Books: pt. I. Introduction. Book VII. (text and commentaries)

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Macmillan, 1908
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Page 512 - No matter whether it was winter or summer, raining, snowing, hailing, or sleeting, or whether his 'beat
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Page 800 - a divinity that shapes our ends, rough hew them as we will.
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Page 512 - rode fifty miles without stopping, by daylight, moonlight, starlight, or through the
Page 616 - was the furthest point in Europe towards the setting sun to which this Persian army ever penetrated,
Page 800 - many things prove to me that the gods take part in the affairs of men,
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