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" Miletus was once exceedingly powerful and illustrious. Its early navigators extended its commerce to remote regions. The whole Euxine Sea, the Propontis, ./Egypt, and other countries, were frequented by its ships, and settled by its colonies. It boasted... "
Travels in Asia Minor and Greece: Or, an Account of a Tour Made at the ... - Σελίδα 170
των Richard Chandler - 1817
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Travels in Asia Minor: Or An Account of a Tour Made at the Expense of the ...

Richard Chandler - 1817
...waste the Roman provinces, and bring him sea-water, sand, and an oar. All the cities on the Maeander, and on the coast, were then ruined. Miletus was again...remote regions. The whole Euxine Sea, the Propontis, jEgypt, and other countries, were frequented by its ships, and settled by its colonies. It boasted...

Scripture Geography: Or, A Companion to the Bible: Being a Geographical and ...

Thomas Tucker Smiley - 1835 - 288 σελίδες
...he could not take that place in his way. Miletus was once exceedingly powerful and illustrious, and its early navigators extended its commerce to remote...frequented by its ships, and settled by its colonies. These colonies, which were settled abroad, amounted to no less than 80, or as Seneca says, 380. The...

Discoveries in Asia Minor: Including a Description of the Ruins of ..., Τόμος 2

Francis Vyvyan Jago Arundell - 1834 - 10 σελίδες
...exists ; when her ports were dried up, her commerce naturally ceased : the early navigators of Miletus extended its commerce to remote regions ; the whole...frequented by its ships, and settled by its colonies. It was styled " mighty by sea ; " the fertile mother, which had poured forth her sons to every quarter,...

The biblical keepsake: or, Landscape illustrations of the most remarkable ...

Thomas Hartwell Horne - 1835
...containing a large fleet, at an early period gave it a great preponderance in maritime affairs. Its navigators extended its commerce to remote regions....frequented by its ships, and settled by its colonies, the number of which probably exceeded that of any other city of antiquity. Several of the kings of...

A gazetteer of the Old and New Testaments: to which is added the natural ...

William Fleming - 1838
...oar. All the cities on the coast and on the Meander were then ruined. Miletus was again ruined towards the end of the thirteenth century by the conquering...colonies. It boasted a venerable band of memorable men — HecaUrus, an early historian, and Thaïes, the father of philosophy. It withstood Darius, and refused...

Ruins of Ancient Cities: With General and Particular Accounts of ..., Τόμος 2

Charles Bucke - 1841
...holding a hare in its mouth. " Miletus," says Dr. Chandler, " was once powerful and illustrious. The early navigators extended its commerce to remote regions...frequented by its ships and settled by its colonies. It withstood Darius, and refused to admit Alexander. It has been styled the metropolis and head of Ionia...

Scripture Geography, Or A Companion to the Bible: Being a Geographical and ...

Thomas Tucker Smiley - 1844 - 370 σελίδες
...he could not take that place in ais way. Miletus was once exceedingly powerful and illustrious, and its early navigators extended its commerce to remote...regions. The whole Euxine Sea, the Propontis, Egypt, and otliei countries, were frequented by its ships, and settled by its Colonies. These colonies, which...

The Footsteps of St. Paul

John Ross Macduff - 1855 - 416 σελίδες
...(Palat, or Palatia, the Palaces), the remembrance of its ancient greatness. " Miletus," he says, " was once exceedingly powerful and illustrious. Its...frequented by its ships and settled by its colonies It afterwards fell so low as to furnish a proverbial saying — ' The Milesians were once great.' .......

The Footsteps of St. Paul

John Ross Macduff - 1866 - 416 σελίδες
...(Palat, or Palatia, the Palaces), the remembrance of its ancient greatness. " Miletus," he says, " was once exceedingly powerful and illustrious. Its...frequented by its ships and settled by its colonies It afterwards fell so low as to furnish a proverbial saying — ' The Milesians were once great.' .......

Key to the Acts of the Apostles; or, The Acts of the Apostles historically ...

1869
...shore, and the present promontories will be seen inland.' ' Miletus,' writes the same traveller, ' was once exceedingly powerful and illustrious. Its...frequented by its ships, and settled by its colonies. It afterwards fell so low as to furnish a proverbial saying — " The Milesians were once great." The...




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