The Complete Works of Aristotle (The Revised Oxford by Aristotle

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The Oxford Translation of Aristotle was once initially released in 12 volumes among 1912 and 1954. it's universally famous because the ordinary English model of Aristotle. This revised version comprises the substance of the unique Translation, a bit of emended in mild of contemporary scholarship; 3 of the unique models were changed by means of new translations; and a brand new and enlarged choice of Fragments has been extra. the purpose of the interpretation is still an analogous: to make the surviving works of Aristotle easily obtainable to English talking readers.

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93 . In Etruria there is said to be a certain island named Aethaleia, in which out of a certain mine in former days copper was dug, from which they say that all the copper vessels among them have been wrought; that afterwards it could no longer be found: but, when a long interval of time had elapsed, from the same mine iron was produced, which the Etrurians, who inhabit the town called Populonium, use to the present day. 94 . Now in Etruria there is a certain city called Oenarea, which they say is exceedingly strong; for in the midst of it there is a lofty hill, rising upwards to the height of thirty stadia, and having at its foot wood of all sorts, and waters.

58 . Demonesus, the island of the Chalcedonians, received its name from Demonesus, who first cultivated it. The place contains the mine of cyanos and gold-solder. Of this latter the finest sort is worth its weight in gold, for it is also a remedy for the eyes. In the same place there is also copper, obtained by divers, two fathoms below the surface of the sea, from which was made the statue in Sicyon in the ancient temple of Apollo, and in Pheneus the so-called statues of mountaincopper. On these is the inscription~'Heracles, son of Amphitryon, having captured Elis, dedicated them'.

117 . At Scotussae in Thessaly they say there is a little fountain from which flows water of such a kind that in a moment it heals wounds and bruises both of men and of beasts of burden; and if anyone throws wood into it, without having quite broken it, but having merely split it, this unites, and is restored again to its original state. 118 . In Thrace above Amphipolis they say that a thing happens, which is wonderful and incredible to those who have not seen it; for the boys, going forth from the villages and neighbouring districts to catch little birds, take the hawks to help in catching them, and they do so in this manner:-When they have advanced to a suitable spot they call the hawks by name with a loud cry; and, when they hear the boys' voice, they come and frighten away the birds; these in terror of them take refuge in the bushes, where the boys strike them down with sticks and capture them.

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