Herodotus, William Beloe. Jones & Company, 1831 - 489 pages. Appears in 359 books from 1705-2008. Page 142 - We will willingly give them. And they spread a garment and did cast therein every man the earrings of his prey.
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Herodotus, William 1756-1817 Beloe. BiblioBazaar, 26 серп. Herodotus was the inventor of universal history. Often called the Father of History, his histories are divided into nine books named after the nine muses. A native of Halicarnassus on the coast of Asia Minor (modern Bodrum, Turkey), he traveled extensively, writing lively descriptions of the lands he saw and the peoples he encountered. Herodotus set out to relate the story of the conflict of the Greeks of his own time against the "barbarian" Asiatic empire of Achaemenid Persia.
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William Beloe (1756 – April 11, 1817) was an English divine and miscellaneous writer. Beloe was born at Norwich the son of a tradesman, and received a liberal education. After a day school in Norwich he was schooled under the Rev. Matthew Raine, who taught at Hartforth; and subsequently under Samuel Parr, whom he describes as "severe, wayward, and irregular".
Author: William Beloe
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