Ammonius and the Seabattle

Ammonius and the Seabattle

Author: Gerhard Seel

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110814569

Page: 312

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When, for example, a sea battle occurs today, and yesterday someone made the prediction ... but it is doubtful whether it is actually Ammonius' conception.



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