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... not teach one to have intelligence; for it would have taught Hesiod and
Pythagoras, and again, Xenophanes and Hecataeus. 41. That which is wise is
one: to understand the purpose which steers all things through all things. 42.
(Hecataeus calls the Northern Ocean 'Amalchius' from the River Parapanisus
onward, which river irrigates Scythia: the name 'Amalchius' in Scythian means
frozen'). 3. (He celebrated the Hyperboreans and their worship of Apollo). 4.
The Pharaohs, being priests, used to drink an amount specified in the holy
writings). 12. (Diodorus states that Hecataeus is one of those Greeks who have
written a History of Egypt, and who agree with his account of the Theban dynasty)
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A definitely must read for any Philosophy student or anyone interested in knowing the origins of Western thought. Here you find all the known fragments of the early Greek Philosophers without ... Read full review