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" Temple (so celebrated in antiquity) of Jupiter Hammon, said to have been founded by Bacchus, in gratitude to his father Jupiter, who appeared to him, when perishing with thirst, in the form of a ram, and shewed him a fountain. "
A sketch of modern and antient geography - Page 248
by Samuel Butler (bp. of Lichfield and Coventry.) - 1818
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A Sketch of Modern and Ancient Geography: For the Use of Schools

Samuel Butler - Geography - 1813 - 175 pages
...frontier of /Egypt. South of Marmarica, in the midst of the sands of the Libyan Desert, vyas a small and beautiful spot, or Oasis, as it is called, refreshed...the Fons Solis, whose waters were cold at noon and Jiot at night.* Here was the antient and much-famed; * Esse apud Ammonis fanum fons luce diurna Frigidus,...
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Geographia Classica: Or, The Application of Ancient Geography to the ...

Samuel Butler - Classical geography - 1821 - 137 pages
...advanced frontier of Egypt. South of Marmarica, in the sands of the Libyan Desert was a beautiful little spot, or Oasis, as it is called, refreshed by streams...the form of a ram, and showed him a fountain, when he and his army were perishing with thirst. Here was Fons Solig, whose waters were said to be cold...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 3

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1821
...refreshed by streams, and luxuriant with verdure, in which stood the Temple (so celebrated in antiquity) of Jupiter Hammon, said to have been founded by Bacchus,...gratitude to his father Jupiter, who appeared to him, when perishing with thirst, in the form of a ram, and shewed him a fountain. Here was the Fons Solis,...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 3

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1821
...luxuriant with verdure, in which stood the Temple (so celebrated in antiquity) of Jupiter Hamilton, said to have been founded by Bacchus, in gratitude to his father Jupiter, who appeared to him, when perishing with thirst, in the form of a ram, and shewed him a fountain. Here was the Fons Sous,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 91, Part 2; Volume 130

Early English newspapers - 1821
...and luxuriant with verdure, in which stood the Temple, BO celebrated in antiquity, of Jupiter Ammon, said to have been founded by Bacchus, in gratitude to his father Jupiter, who 1821.] Antiquarian Researches. 853 wbo appeared to him, when perishing with thirst, in the form of...
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The Investigator, Volumes 3-4

1821
...refreshed by streams, and luxuriant with verdure, in which stood the temple, so celebrated in antiquity, of Jupiter Hammon, said to have been founded by Bacchus, in gratitude to bis rather Jupiter, who appeared to him, when perishing with thirst, in the form of • ram, nnd showed...
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The Investigator (or, Quarterly magazine) [ed. by W.B. Collyer, T ..., Volume 4

William Bengo' Collyer - 1822
...refreshed by streams, :nnl luxuriant with verdure, in which stood the temple, so celebrated in antiquity, of Jupiter Hammon, said to have been founded by Bacchus,...gratitude to his father Jupiter, who appeared to him, when perishing with thirst, in the form of a ram, mid showed him a fountain. liere was the Fons 8oils,...
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Communication on the language, manners, and customs of the Berbers or ...

William Shaler - 1824
...the Libyan deserts with his army, on his way to India, and perishing with thirst, implored the aid of his father Jupiter, who appeared to him in the form of a ram, and scratching the earth with his foot, a spring of water immediately spouted up. Thus, all the accounts...
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The North American Review, Volume 35

North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1832
...the Libyan deserts with his army, on his way to India, and perishing with thirst, implored the aid of his father Jupiter, who appeared to him in the form of a ram, and scratching the earth with his foot, a spring of water immediately spouted up. Thus, all the accounts...
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A Sketch of Antient Geography, for the Use of Schools

Samuel Butler - Geography, Ancient - 1855
...lake Moeris. Considerably to the west, in the midst of the sands of the Libyan Desert, was a small and beautiful spot, or Oasis, as it is called, refreshed...Solis, whose waters were cold at noon and hot at night *, and the antlent and muchtamed oracle, so difficult and dangerous of access through the Libyan Deserts,...
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