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" If however we reject the traditional occasion of the Trojan war, we are driven to conjecture in order to explain the real connection of the events ; yet not so as to be wholly without traces to direct us. We have already observed that the Argonautic expedition... "
A History of Greece - Page 66
by Connop Thirlwall - 1845
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 62

Scotland - 1847
...merely mythological person, " we are driven," he continues, "to conjecture to discover the true canse ; yet not so as to be wholly without traces to direct us." He then refers to the legend which, numbering Hercules among the Argonants, supposes him, on the voyage,...
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A History of Greece, Volume 1

Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1835
...traditional occasion of the Trojan war, we are driven to conjecture in order to explain the real connection of the events ; yet not so as to be wholly without...rendered a service to the Trojan king, Laomedon, who afterwards defrauded him of his recompence. The main fact however that Troy was taken and sacked by...
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A history of Greece, Volume 1

Connop Thirlwall (bp. of St. David's.) - Greece - 1845
...the events ; yet not so ^rrt0^aeutlc as to be wholly without traces to direct us. We have expedition. already observed that the Argonautic expedition was...rendered a service to the Trojan king, Laomedon, who afterwards defrauded him of his recompence. The main fact however that Troy was taken and sacked by...
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The American Whig Review, Volume 7

1848
...traditional occasion of the Trojan war, we are driven to conjecture in order to explain the real connection of the events ; yet not so as to be wholly without...rendered a service to the Trojan king, Laomedon, who afterwards defrauded him of his recompense. The main fact, however, that Troy was taken and sacked...
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The American Whig Review, Volume 7

1848
...traditional occasion of the Trojan war, we are driven to conjecture in order to explain the real connection of the events ; yet not so as to be wholly without...traces to direct us. We have already observed that the Arponautic expedition was sometimes represented as connected with the first conflict between Greece...
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The American Whig Review, Volumes 7-8

1848
...the traditional occasion of war, we are driven to conjecture in order to explain the real connection of the events ; yet not so as to be wholly without traces to direct as. We have already observed that the Arponautic expedition was sometimes represented as connected...
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A history of Greece, from the earliest times to the destruction of Corinth ...

Leonhard Schmitz, Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1851 - 541 pages
...reject the traditional occasion of the war, we are bound to show its connection with preceding events. We have already observed that the Argonautic expedition was sometimes represented as having given rise to the conflict between Greece and Troy ; for, according to some legends, Heracles,...
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A history of Greece, from the earliest times to the destruction of Corinth ...

Leonhard Schmitz, Connop Thirlwall (bp. of St. David's.) - 1856
...reject the traditional occasion of the war, we are bound to show its connection with preceding events. We have already observed that the Argonautic expedition was sometimes represented as having given rise to the conflict between Greece and Troy ; for, according to some legends, Heracles,...
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Pieces of a Broken-down Critic: Picked Up by Himself, Volumes 1-4

Charles Astor Bristed - 1858
...us. We have already observed that the Argonautic expedition was sometimes represented as connecteed with the first conflict between Greece and Troy. This...rendered a service to the Trojan king, Laomedon, who afterwards defrauded him of his recompense. The main fact, however, that Troy was taken and sacked...
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Pieces of a Broken-down Critic: Picked Up by Himself, Volumes 1-4

Charles Astor Bristed - 1858
...traditional occasion of the Trojan war, we are driven to conjecture in order to explain the real connection of the events: yet not so as to be wholly without...Argonautic expedition was sometimes represented as connecteed with the first conflict between Greece and Troy. This was according to the legend which...
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