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" Such was the opinion of the barbarians; but the Athenians in close array fell upon them, and fought in a manner worthy of being recorded. They were the first of the Greeks, so far as I know, who introduced the custom of charging the enemy at a run, and... "
The History of Herodotus: A New English Version, Ed. with Copious Notes and ... - Seite 405
von Herodotus - 1862
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The History of Herodotus: A New English Version, Band 3

Herodotus, George Rawlinson, Sir Henry Creswicke Rawlinson, Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - 1859
...explanation given by Suidas of the proverb, " x°>P'r tirrrds," THE COMBAT. BOOK VI. barbarians ; but the Athenians in close array fell upon them, and fought...upon the Median garb, and to face men clad in that fashion.3 Until this time the very name of the Medes had been a terror to the Greeks to hear. 113....
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Eminent Men and Popular Books

Samuel Lucas - 1859 - 310 Seiten
...one instance say of the Athenians, and say without warrant, that " they were the first of the Greeks who dared to look upon the Median garb, and to face men clad in that fashion." That this was flattering to their vanity is sufficiently obvious ; and that it was untrue...
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Eminent men and popular books (papers) [by S. Lucas]. From 'The Times'.

Samuel Lucas - 1859
...one instance say of the Athenians, and say without warrant, that " they were the first of the Greeks who dared to look upon the Median garb, and to face men clad ia that fashion." That this was flattering to their vanity is sufficiently obvious ; and that it was...
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A History of the World from the Earliest Records to the Present Time, Band 1

Philip Smith - 1864
...the Persians were not an enemy to be despised. The Athenians, he says, " were the first of the Greeks who dared to look upon the Median garb, and to face men clad in that fashion. Until this time, the very name of the Medes had been a terror to the Greeks to hear."* It...
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The History of Herodotus: A New English Version, Ed. with Copious ..., Band 3

Herodotus - 1866
...coming on at a run without either horsemen or archers.1 Such was the opinion of the barbarians ; but the Athenians in close array fell upon them, and fought...upon the Median garb, and to face men clad in that fashion.3 Until this time the very name of the Medes had been a terror to the Greeks to hear. 113....
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A History of the Ancient World: From the Earliest Records to the ..., Band 1

Philip Smith - 1873
...the Persians were not an enemy to be despised. The Athenians, he says, " were the first of the Greeks who dared to look upon the Median garb, and to face men clad in that fashion. Until this time, the very name of the Modes had been a terror to the Greeks to hear."* It...
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The History of Herodotus. A new Engl. version, ed. with notes by G ..., Band 1

George Rawlinson - 1875
...It is certainly untrue to say of the Athenians at Marathon that they " were the first of the Greeks who dared to look upon the Median garb, and to face men clad in that fashion." The Ionian Greeks fought bravely against Harpagus (i. 109); the Perinthians resisted Mcgabazus...
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History of Herodotus: A New English Version, Band 2

Herodotus - 1880
...coming on at a run without either horsemen or archers.1 Such was the opinion of the barbarians ; but the Athenians in close array fell upon them, and fought in a manner worthy of being recorded. They * It is questioned by some writers what this really means. Col. Leake thinks that the Greeks can only...
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History of the World from the Creation to the Fall of the Western ..., Band 1

Philip Smith - 1885
...the Persians were not an enemy to be despised. The Athenians, he says, " were the first of the Greeks who dared to look upon the Median garb, and to face men clad in that fashion. Until this time, the very name of the Medes had been a terror to the Greeks to hear."* It...
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The American Library of Art, Literature and Song, Band 4

1886
...coming on at a run without either horsemen or archers. Such was the opinion of the barbarians, but the Athenians in close array fell upon them, and fought...far as I know, who introduced the custom of charging tb.8 enemy at a run, and they were likewise the first who dared to look upon the Median garb and to...
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