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" Greeks ; but even these are inferior to the Labyrinth. It is composed of twelve courts, all of which are covered ; their entrances are opposite to each other, six to the north and six to the south ; one wall encloses the whole. The apartments are of two... "
Ancient history - Página 222
por Gustaf Clemens Hebbe - 1848
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Herodotus, Volumen2

Herodotus - 1812
...all of which are covered ; their entrances are opposite to each other, six to the north and six to the south ; one wall encloses the whole ; the apartments...many beneath, in all three thousand. Of the former I speak from my own knowledge and observation ; of the latter, from the information I received. The ^Egyptians...
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Herodotus, tr., with notes, by W. Beloe, Volumen2

Herodotus - 1821
...all of which are covered ; their entrances are opposite to each other, six to the north and six to the south ; one wall encloses the whole ; the apartments...many beneath, in all three thousand. Of the former I speak from my own knowledge and observation ; of the latter, from the information I received. The .^Egyptians...
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The Oriental Herald and Journal of General Literature, Volumen21

James Silk Buckingham - 1829
...all of which are covered : their entrances are opposite to each other, six to the north, and six to the south ; one wall encloses the whole : the apartments...beneath, — in all three thousand. Of the former, I speak from my own knowledge and observation ; of the latter, from the information I received. The Egyptians...
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The Oriental Herald, Volumen21

1829
...all of which "are covered: their entrances are opposite to each other, six. to the north, and six to the south ; one wall encloses the whole : the apartments...fifteen hundred above the surface of the ground, and ns many beneath, — in all three thousand. Of the former, I speak from my own knowledge and observation...
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Herodotus: Biographical sketch of Herodotus. Argument. Clio. Euterpe

Herodotus - 1830
...their entrances are opposite to each other, six to the north and six to the south ; one wall incloses the whole; the apartments are of two kinds ; there...many beneath; in all three thousand. Of the former I speak from my own knowlege and observation ; of the latter from the information I received. The Egyptians...
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Herodotus, tr. with notes by W. Beloe

1830
...their entrances are opposite to each other, six to the north and six to the south ; one wall incloses the whole ; the apartments are of two kinds, there...many beneath, in all three thousand. Of the former I speak from my own knowledge and observation, of the latter from the informainfluence and authority,...
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Herodotus, Volumen1

Herodotus - 1830
...the south ; one wall incloses the whole ; the apartments are of two kinds, there are fifteen bundred above the surface of the ground, and as many beneath, in all three thousand. Of the former I speak from my own knowledge and observation, of the latter from the informaInfluence and authority,...
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View of Ancient and Modern Egypt: With an Outline of Its Natural History

Michael Russell - 1831 - 348 páginas
...all of which are covered ; their entrances are opposite to each other, six to the north and six to the south ; one wall encloses the whole. The apartments...the charge of the subterraneous apartments would not suffer me to see them, alleging that in these were preserved the sacred crocodiles, and the bodies...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral, & philosophical ...

1831
...south ; one wall enclose» the whole. The apartment» are of 338 REVIEW. FAMILY CLASSICAL LIBRARY. p la two kinds ; there are fifteen hundred above the surface...knowledge and observation ; of the latter, only from the knowledge I received. The persons who had the charge of the subterraneous apartments would not suffer...
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View of Ancient and Modern Egypt: With an Outline of Its Natural History

Michael Russell (bp. of Glasgow and Galloway.) - 1831 - 480 páginas
...all of which are covered ; their entrances are opposite to each other, six to the north and six to the south ; one wall encloses the whole. The apartments...fifteen hundred above the surface of the ground, and as • Belzoni, vol. ii. p. 150 — 158. Jomard D&crip. de 1'Egypte, voL ii. p. 8—43. Strabo, xvi. c....
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