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" And further, there are trees which grow wild there, the fruit whereof is a wool exceeding in beauty and goodness that of sheep. "
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1900
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The History of Herodotus: A New English Version, Volume 2

Herodotus - Greece - 1858
...which I have but now described. And further, there are trees which grow wild there, the fruit whereof is a wool exceeding in beauty and goodness that of sheep. The natives make their clothes of this tree- wool.5 107. Arabia is the last of inhabited lands towards...
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The History of Herodotus: A New English Version, Ed. with Copious ..., Volume 2

Herodotus - Greece - 1866
...which I have but now described. And further, there arc trees which grow wild there, the fruit whereof is a wool exceeding in beauty and goodness that of sheep. The natives make their clothes of this tree-wool/ 107. Arabia is the last of inhabited lands towards the...
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The History of Herodotus. A new Engl. version, ed. with notes by G ..., Volume 2

Herodotus - 1875
...which I have but now described. And further, there are trees which grow wild there, the fruit whereof is a wool exceeding in beauty and goodness that of sheep. The natives make their clothes of this tree-wool.6 107. Arabia is the last of inhabited lands towards the...
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A History of England from the Conclusion of the Great War in 1815, Volume 1

Sir Spencer Walpole - Great Britain - 1878
...Herodotus had written, nearly 2,000 years before, 'which grow wild there (in India), the fruit whereof is a wool exceeding in beauty and goodness that of sheep. The natives make their clothes of this tree wool.' 2 But though the use of cotton had been known from the...
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A History of England from the Conclusion of the Great War in 1815, Volume 1

Sir Spencer Walpole - Great Britain - 1879
...Herodotus had written, nearly 2,000 years before, 'which grow wild there (in India), the fruit whereof is a wool exceeding in beauty and goodness that of sheep. The natives make their clothes of this tree wool.' 2 But though the use of cotton had been known from the...
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History of Herodotus: A New English Version, Volume 1

Herodotus - Greece - 1880
...which I have but now described. And further, there are trees which grow wild there, the fruit whereof is a wool exceeding in beauty and goodness that of sheep. The natives make their clothes of this tree-wool.5 107. Arabia is the last of inhabited lands towards the...
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Selections Illustrating Economic History Since the Seven Years' War

Benjamin Rand - Economic history - 1888 - 367 pages
...Herodotus had written, nearly 2,000 years before, " which grow wild there (in India), the fruit whereof is a wool exceeding in beauty and goodness that of sheep. The 1 " McCulloch," ad verb. Wool; Porter's " Progress of the Nation," pp. 170-175. natives make their...
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Principles of Political Economy

Arthur Latham Perry - Economics - 1890 - 599 pages
...years BC in relation to India as follows : " There are trees, which grow wild there, the fruit whereof is a wool exceeding in beauty and goodness that of sheep. The natives make their clothes of this tree-wool." This passage is interesting, as showing that the first...
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The Story of Vedic India as Embodied Principally in the Rig-Veda

ZÚna´de Alexe´evna Ragozin - Hindu mythology - 1895 - 457 pages
...cotton plant in his chapter •on India. " There are trees which grow wild there, the fruit whereof is a wool exceeding in beauty and goodness that of sheep. The natives make their clothes of this tree- wool. " Of this same "treewool" (the exact counterpart, by...
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Bulletin (United States. Office of Experiment Stations). no. 33, 1896, Issue 33

1896
...the value of the article stolen.3 Herodotus says : " There are trees which grow wild there [India] the fruit of which is a wool exceeding in beauty and...sheep. The Indians make their clothes of this tree wool."4 His expression "onto Zvkcav itETtoirffieva^5 referring to the clothing of Xerxes's army, is...
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