The Select Dialogues of Lucian: To Which Is Added, a New Literal Translation in Latin, With Notes in English (Classic Reprint)
It is probable that Lucian, here, intends to be merry, not only with the fable of Arion, but also with Herodotus, and his own cotem porary Plutarco: the former of whom, after his usual manner, relates this story with an air of gravity: and the latter hath not scrupled to introduce it, as told by an eye-witness, in the com pany of the seven wise men of Greece, and as credited by every one of them. See Herod. In Clio. And Plut. In 637221003.
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Abstract of Title of the Louvre Farm: Formerly the Property of John Jones Esq., Deceased (Classic Reprint)
The first part of the life and raigne of King Henrie the IIII. Extending to the end of the first yeare of his raigne. Written by I.H. (1599)