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" The image is pretended to be shown to strangers at this day, lying in the sea with its heels upward. I mean the body of it ; for its oracular head is reported to have been broken off and carried to Venice, where (if fame be true) it may be seen at this... "
Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography - Página 228
editado por - 1857
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The World Displayed, Or, A Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volumen 5

1815
...to the river Lycus, sometimes also called Cauis, and by the Turks, Nahor Kelp. Its name is derived from an idol in the form of a dog or wolf, which was worshipped there, and is said to have pronounced oracles at this place. Its body is shown to strangers lying in...
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Syria and Asia Minor, Volumen 1

Josiah Conder - 1824
...to Strnlm, it was formerly navigable, though the stream is very rapid. It is said to derive its name from " an idol in the form of a dog or wolf, which...is said to have pronounced oracles, at this place. The image," adds Maundrell, " is pretended to be shewn to strangers at this day, lying in the sea with...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1825
...liks of Sidon and Tripoli ; and Maundrell mentions the current . tradition, that it derives its name from an idol in the form of a dog or wolf, which pronounced oracles at this place, and the trunk or pedestal of which was still to be seen lying in...
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A Journey from Aleppo to Jerusalem: At Easter, A.D. 1697

Henry Maundrell - 1836 - 271 páginas
...river Lycus, called also sometime Canis, and by the Turks at this day Nahor Kelp. It derives its name from an idol in the form of a dog or wolf, which was...is said to have pronounced oracles at this place. The image is pretended to be shown to strangers at this day, lying in the sea with its heels upward...
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Reminiscences of Syria, and fragments of a journal and letters from the Holy ...

Edward Hungerford D. Elers Napier - 1843
...River Lycus, called also sometimes Cards, and by the Turks at this day, Nahor Kelp, It derives its name from an idol in the form of a dog or wolf, which was...is said to have pronounced oracles at this place. The image is pretended to be shewn to strangers at this day, lying in the sea with its heels upward...
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Reminiscences of Syria and the Hold Land, Volumen 1

Edward Delaval Hungerford Elers Napier - 1847
...River Lycus, called also sometimes Cams, and by the Turks at this day, Nahor Kelp. It derives its name from an idol in the form of a dog or wolf, which was...is said to have pronounced oracles at this place. The image is pretended to be shewn to strangers at this day, lying in the sea with its heels upward...
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Early Travels in Palestine: Comprising the Narratives of Arculf, Willibald ...

Thomas Wright - 1848 - 517 páginas
...Lycus, called also, sometimes, Canis, and by the Turks, at this day, Nahr Kelp. It derives its name from an idol in the form of a dog or wolf, which was...is said to have pronounced oracles, at this place. The image is pretended to be shown to strangers at this day, lying in the sea with its heels upward....
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Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography, Volumen 2

William Smith - 1873
...plainly identical with the Dog-river of the present day (Wakr-el-Kefo). about 2 hours north of Beyrut; which derives its name, says Maundrell, from an idol...Antoninus Pius, as a Latin inscription, copied by Maundrell, and still legible, records (Journey. March 17, pp. 35—37). Cuneiform inscriptions and...
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A winter pilgrimage: being an account of travels through Palestine, Italy ...

Henry Rider Haggard - 1902 - 355 páginas
...Lycus, called also, sometimes, Canis, and by the Turks, at this day, Nahr Kelp. It derives its name from an idol in the form of a dog or wolf, which was...is said to have pronounced oracles, at this place. The image is pretended to be shown to strangers at this day, lying in the sea with its heels upward....
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Records of the Past, Volumen 2

1903
...river Lycus, called also sometimes Canis, and by the Turks at this day Nahr Kelb. It derives its name from an idol in the form of a dog or wolf which was...is said to have pronounced oracles at this place. The image is pretended to be shown to strangers, lying in the sea with its heels upward. I mean the...
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