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Atlantis. The Antediluvian World by Ignatius Donnelly

By Ignatius Donnelly

This 1882 vintage deals an erudite mixture of proof from geologic, oceanographic, and anthropologic reviews and is still a charming paintings of and exuberance and ingenious notion. 128 illus. advent through E. F. Bleiler.

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Such profound scholars and sincere Christians as M. Schwoebel (Paris, 1858), and M. Omalius d'Halloy (Bruxelles, 1866), deny the universality of the Deluge, and claim that "it extended only to the principal centre of humanity, to those who remained near its primitive cradle, without reaching the scattered tribes who had already spread themselves far away in almost desert regions. " (Lenormant and Chevallier, "Anc. Hist. of the East," p. ) This theory is supported by that eminent authority on anthropology, M.

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On the prow I will fi.... −−1 shall se.... and the vesse.... −−the vessel thou commandest me to build [thus]which i... −−I embarked in it on the sixth day; I divided its floors on the seventh;−−I divided the interior compartments on the eighth. −−... of the su.... −.... −−I made all ascend into the vessel; my servants, male and female,−−the cattle of the fields, the wild beasts of the plains, and the sons of the people, I made them all ascend. −−In shutting the vessel, to Buzur−shadi−rabi, the pilot,−−I confided this dwelling, with all that it contained.

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