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" I think that the best and most perfect arrangement of things which I ever saw was when I went to look at the great Phoenician sailing vessel : for I saw the largest amount of naval tackling separately disposed in the smallest stowage possible. "
The Evolution of Sea-power - Page 15
by Percy Arthur Baxter Silburn - 1912 - 288 pages
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My first voyage

William Stones (travel writer.) - 1858
...discoursing on the advantages of order. " The best and most accurate arrangement of things I think I ever saw was when I went to look at the great Phoenician ship; for I saw the greatest quantity of tackling disposed in the smallest stowage. You know that a...
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Revolutions in English History, Volume 1

Robert Vaughan - Great Britain - 1859 - 1964 pages
...Phoenicians greatly excelled the Greeks as seamen. ' The best and most accurate arrangement of things I ever saw, was when I went to look at the great Phoenician ship. For I saw the greatest quantity of tackling separately disposed in the smallest stowage. You...
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Revolutions of Race in English History, Volume 1

Robert Vaughan - Great Britain - 1860 - 563 pages
...Phoenicians greatly excelled the Oecks as seamen. . The best tmd most accurate arrangement of things I ever saw, was when I went to look at the great Phoenician ship. For I saw the greatest quantity of tackling separately disposed in the smallest stowage. You...
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The Cassiterides: An Inquiry Into the Commercial Operations of the ...

George Smith - Phoenicians - 1863 - 154 pages
...a Greek is represented as having said, " The best and most accurate arrangement of things, I think, I ever saw, was when I went to look at the great Phoenician ship. For I saw the greatest quantity of tackling separately disposed in the smallest stowage. You...
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My first voyage. [Entitled ] What I learned at sea; or, My first voyage

1870
...discoursing on the advantages of order. " The best and most accurate arrangement of things I think I ever saw was when I went to look at the great Phoenician ship; for I saw the greatest quantity of tackling disposed in the smallest stowage. You know that a...
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The Shemetic Origin of the Nations of Western Europe: And More Especially of ...

John Pym Yeatman - Celts - 1879 - 292 pages
...a Greek is represented as having said, " The best and a most accurate arrangement of things I think I ever saw was when I went to look at the great Phoenician ship, for I saw the greatest quantity of tackling separately disposed in the smallest stowage. You...
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Phoenicia

George Rawlinson - History - 1889 - 356 pages
...and armed. Xenophon makes one of his characters say of a Phoenician ship duringthe Persian period : " I think that the best and most perfect arrangement...disposed in the smallest stowage possible. For a ship, as you well know, is brought to anchor, and ,again got under way, by a vast number of wooden implements,...
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History of Phoenicia

George Rawlinson - Carthage (Extinct city) - 1889 - 583 pages
...arrangement of things that I ever saw was when I went to look at the great Phoenician sailing-vessel ; for I saw the largest amount of naval tackling separately...disposed in the smallest stowage possible. For a ship, as you well know, is brought to anchor, and again got under way, by a vast number of wooden implements...
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History of Phoenicia

George Rawlinson - Phoenicia - 1889 - 583 pages
...mouth of Ischomachus, a Greek : 1 4 T think that the best and most perfect arrangement of things that I ever saw was when I went to look at the great Phoenician sailing-vessel ; for I saw the largest amount of naval tackling separately disposed in the smallest...
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History of Ancient Peoples

Willis Boughton - History, Ancient - 1896 - 541 pages
...evidence of the excellent equipment of a Phoenician vessel by making one of his characters say : " I think that the best and most perfect arrangement...separately disposed in the smallest stowage possible." In architecture the Phoenicians were probably abreast of other nations. Their cities were surrounded...
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