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" ... their principal dependence in action is on cords made of twisted leather, which they use in this manner : when they engage an enemy they throw out these cords, having a noose at the extremity : if they entangle1 in them either horse or man, they without... "
Herodotus - Σελίδα 17
των Herodotus - 1812
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The geographical, natural and civil history of Chili, tr. by an American ...

Juan Bautista Ignacio Molina - 1808
...sufficient for the purchase of a slave, can ransom themhaving a noose at the extremity ; if they entangle in them either horse or man, they without difficulty put them to death — Befees* Herodotus, vol. iii. f'oiymiia, page 10*. 278 selves by payhig it to tl>eir masters, who...

Geographical, natural, and civil history of Chili, Τόμος 2

Don Juan Ignatius Molina - 1809 - 385 σελίδες
...they engage an enemy, they throw out these cords, having a noose at the extremity; if they entangle in them either horse or man, they without difficulty put them to death. — Belaes' Herodotus, vol. iii, Polym[ flia, page 205. success against the English pirates', who have...

Soohrab: A Poem, Freely Tr. from the Original Persian of Firdousee, Being a ...

Firdawsī - 1814 - 267 σελίδες
...they engage an enemy, they throw out these cords, having a noose at the extremity ; if they entangle in them either horse or man, they without difficulty put them to death." BELOE'S transl. Polyfaym. Sec. 85. " If Persian damsels thus in arms engage, 335 " Who shall repel...

Herodotus, tr. by W. Beloe, Τόμος 3

Herodotus - 1830
...they engage an enemy they throw out these cords, having a noose at the extremity : if they entangle1 in them either horse or man, they without difficulty...Indian horse likewise were armed like their foot ; but besides led horses, they had chariots of war, drawn by horses and wild asses.3 The armor of the Bactrian...

Herodotus, tr. with notes by W. Beloe

1830
...whose means Darius became master of Babylon.— See book Hi. c. 16U— T. extremity; if they entangle' in them either horse or man, they without difficulty...Indian horse likewise were armed like their foot ; but besides led horses, they had chariots of war, drawn by horses and wild asses.* The armour of the Bactrian...

Calcutta Magazine and Monthly Register, Τόμοι 10-12

1830
...they engage an enemy they throw out these cords, having a DOOM at the extremity ; if the y entangle in them either horse or man, they without difficulty put them to death. See 85 Polymnic. u The Homai a Fabulous bird is a name sometimes applied to the bird of Paradise* **...

Calmet's Dictionary of the Holy Bible

Augustin Calmet - 1832 - 1003 σελίδες
...appears from a passage in Herodotus, (Pol. 86.) where that writer sayp, "The Indian horse were well armed like their foot : but, beside led horses, they had chariots of war, drawn, by horses and wild osees." The reference of these animals to the troops of India (a province at the head of the Indus,...

THE CHRISTIAN'S PENNY MAGAZINE

the christians - 1836
...appears from a passage in Herodotus (Pol. 86), where that writer says, " The Indian horse were well armed like their foot : but beside led horses, they had chariots of war, drawn by horses and wild asses." The reference of these animals to the troops oflndia, deserves attention ; as it is intended...

The Ansayrii, and the Assassins, Τόμος 2

Frederick Walpole - 1851
...they engage an enemy, they throw out these cords, having a noose at the extremity ; if they entangle in them either horse or man, they without difficulty...death." These forces were embodied with the Persians. The Roman Gladiators, who were called Retiarii, used a net for the same purpose. Two pictures at Beni...

The Ancient History of Herodotus

Herodotus - 1859
...they engage an enemy, they throw out these cords, having a noose at the extremity; if they entangle1 in them either horse or man, they without difficulty...embodied with the Persians, LXXXVI. The cavalry of the Mede», and aim. of the Cissians, are accoutred like their infantry. The Indian hone likewise were...




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