| Herodotus - 1812
...and his revenues were drawn from the rent, which every individual annually paid him. Whoever was a **sufferer by the inundation of the Nile, was permitted...improbable to suppose that this was the origin of geometry** l89, and that the Greeks learned it from hence. As to 189 Origin of geometry.] — The natives of Thebes,... | |
| Herodotus - 1821
...and his revenues were drawn from the rent, which every individual annually paid him. Whoever was a **sufferer by the inundation of the Nile, was permitted...improbable to suppose that this was the origin of geometry** 1!i9, and that the Greeks learned it from hence. As isa Origin of geometry.]— The natives of Thebes,... | |
| 1823 - 366 страници
...ground; and his revenues were drawn from the rent which every individual annually paid him. Whoever was a **sufferer by the inundation of the Nile, was permitted...his ability. It may not be improbable to suppose,"** adds Herodotus, " that this was the origin of Geometry."* " The study of geometry among the Egyptians... | |
| Edward Upham, Rameses II (king of Egypt.) - 1824
...distribution of the lands of Egypt. He assigned to each Egyptian a square piece of ground : whoever was a **sufferer by the inundation of the Nile, was permitted...officers were appointed to inquire into the particulars,** &c. It may not be improbable, Herodotus says, that this was the origin of geometry. — Euterpe, i.... | |
| Herodotus - 1830
...; and his revenues were drawn from the rent which every individual annually paid him. Whoever was a **sufferer by the inundation of the Nile, was permitted...improbable to suppose that this was the origin of** geometry,1 and that the Greeks learned 2 Хитегош canato.] — Probably one reason why Sesostris... | |
| Herodotus - 1830
...; and his revenues were drawn from the rent which every individual annually paid him. Whoever was a **sufferer by the inundation of the Nile was permitted...that no man might be taxed beyond his ability. It** might not be improbable to suppose that this was the origin of geometry, ' and that the Greeks The... | |
| 1832
...and his revenues were drawn from the rent, which every individual annually paid him. Whoever was a **sufferer by the inundation of the Nile, was permitted...injury, that no man might be taxed beyond his ability.** (Euterpeor, 2d B. ch. 109.) So exactly does this account apply to Hindoostnanu, that if the names of... | |
| T. B (Thomas Best) Jervis - 1836 - 612 страници
...kiog aoqoaiMs& “with his loss. Certain officers were appointed to inquire into ike putics' ‘-lan **of the injury that no man might be taxed beyond his ability. it may “not be** impossible to suppose that this was the origin of Geometry and that “the 0re¿ks learned it from... | |
| 1841
...regular distribution of the lands, and assigned to each Egyptian a square piece of ground. Whoever was a **sufferer by the inundation of the Nile, was permitted to make the** iing acquainted with his loss, and certain officers were appointed to inquire into the particulars,... | |
| Herodotus - 1839
...kingdom, besides a great number of small ones, which distributed these waters all over Egypt.— Raynal. **with his loss. Certain officers were appointed to...of geometry,* and that the Greeks learned it from** nence. As to the pole, the gnomon,! and the division of the dayj into twelve parts, the Greeks received... | |
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