Berosi Sacerd. Chald. Antiquitatum Libri V

Berosi Sacerd. Chald. Antiquitatum Libri V

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1545 edition. Excerpt: ...Orphei du rauerunt Orgia Bacchi Tuscanicnsia. Nam Orpheus mendacio vsus in gratiam Thebanorarlnxit esse Or gia Dionysii Grxci, qua: erant AEgyptrj.vt Diodorus refert in in primo libro. Refert quoqj Dionysius Hali carnafseus in primo libro quosdam opinatos Turre nos eofdem fuisle 8C Pelasgos ob nimiam vetustat?. Sed eos refcllit probans longe ante fuisle Turrenos cum quibus Pelasgi postea eiecti in Tuscia cohabita uerunt.testc My rsilo.Sed contra Myrsilum & Diony sium videtur else Plinius in tertio naturalis historiat cap. sexto dicens: Etruria farpe mutauit nomen. Vm bros inde exegere antiquitus Pelafgi.hos Lydi, i quo rum rege Turrheni.mox a facrifleo ritu lingua Graeca Thusci cognominati fucroc, Si Etruria dicta est Vm bria, trfa,&SaIcumbrona, quiapriscis Vmbrisfuirprisca Saleum natiuiras 3c habitatio, vt supra est expositu,& si tesle brona. Myrsilo Pelasgi cii Turrenis habitauerunt.qiioilloJ exegerut: ' Resp5dendu est, q exegerot debet exponi prosubegerur. N5 vt narrat in primo lib.Dionysius, S/cuIi in Thuscia cohabitabant Etruscis, quia Phala ris 8C Phesce nnium prius a Siculis qu.-im.1 Pelasgis in habitataefuerfit.&ipsi Siculierant Irali.quiacum Ita# lo venerunr,& Mxones Iralis iuncti cranr d sanguine auorum.flmul 3C sacrata Luco mgcnti Turrena sedes pn'sei Con'ti, vt Sillius scribir, Sc nos exposui'mus in Annia quacstione.4.Porrd capra Crothona 8c Turre naregia.exegcrunr Pelasgi Siculos.vr patet in Di'ony fio.Et ob id a pane totfi dixit Plinius.exegerunt Vmt bros, idest, consanguineos Thuscorum Siculos. Vm# brostamen Turrcnos veteres coegerunt vtcum eis parriciparo viuerentimperio,& Lucum ingente pro feedere sacrarent.dicente Vergilio in.virj.AEneidos.de hoc Luco. Syluano famashow more

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  • Paperback | 104 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 200g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236924525
  • 9781236924520