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" They have, however, one singular custom in which they differ from every other nation in the world. They take the mother's and not the father's name. Ask a Lycian who he is, and he answers by giving his own name, that of his mother, and so on in the female... "
The Evolution of Woman: An Inquiry Into the Dogma of Her Inferiority to Man - Page 294
by Eliza Burt Gamble - 1894 - 356 pages
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The History of Herodotus: a new English version

Herodotus - Greece - 1858
...They have, however, one singular custom in which they differ from every other nation in the world. They take the mother's and not the father's name....and he answers by giving his own name, that of his a broad lake, which Col. Leake conjectures to have been that of Egerdir (Geograph. Journ. xii. p. 165)....
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The student's ancient history. The ancient history of the East

Philip Smith - 1871
...They have, however, one singular custom, in which they differ from every other nation in the world : they take the mother's and not the father's name....Lycian who he is, and he answers by giving his own name and that of bis mother, and so on in the female line. Moreover, if a free woman marry a man who is...
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The History of Herodotus. A new Engl. version, ed. with notes by G ..., Volume 1

George Rawlinson - 1875
...They have, however, one singular custom in which they differ from every other nation in the world. They take the mother's and not the father's name....foreign woman, or live with a concubine, even though the heights of Taurus from Lycia to Pisidia (ip 32). That the Pisidians were Solymi is asserted by...
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The History of Herodotus: A New English Version, Ed. with Copious ..., Volume 1

George Rawlinson, Sir Henry Creswicke Rawlinson, Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - Greece - 1875
...They have, however, one singular custom in which they differ from every other nation in the world. They take the mother's and not the father's name....so on in the female line. Moreover, if a free woman many a man who is a slave, their children are full citizens ; but if a free man marry a foreign woman,...
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Ancient Society; Or, Researches in the Lines of Human Progress from Savagery ...

Lewis Henry Morgan - Civilization - 1877 - 560 pages
...They have, however, one singular custom in which they differ from every other nation in the world. Ask a Lycian who he is, and he answers by giving his...woman marry a man who is a slave, their children are free citizens; but if a free man marry a foreign woman, or cohabit with a concubine, even though he...
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Ancient Society; Or, Researches in the Lines of Human Progress from Savagery ...

Lewis Henry Morgan - Civilization - 1877 - 560 pages
...They have, however, one singular custom in which they differ from every other nation in the world. Ask a Lycian who he is, and he answers by giving his...woman marry a man who is a slave, their children are free citizens; but if a free man marry a foreign woman, or cohabit with a concubine, even though he...
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The Female missionary intelligencer, Volume 21

1879
...They have, however, one singular custom in which they differ from every other nation in the world. They take the mother's and not the father's name....citizens ; but if a free man marry a foreign woman, even though he be the first person in the state, the children forfeit all the rights of citizenship."...
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the royal asiatic society

edward thomas - 1879
...They have, however, one singular custom in which they differ from every other nation in the world. They take the mother's and not the father's name....free woman marry a man who is a slave, their children arc full citizens; hut if a free man marry a foreign woman, or live with a concubine, even though he...
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Herodotos, Volume 1

Herodotus - Greece - 1880
...They have, however, one singular custom in which they differ from every other nation in the world. They take the mother's and not the father's name....foreign woman, or live with a concubine, even though the heights of Taurus from Lycia to Pisidia (ip 32). That the Pisidians were Solymi is asserted by...
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The Ancient History of the East: From the Earliest Times to the Conquest by ...

Philip Smith - East, The - 1881 - 594 pages
...They have, however, one singular custom, in which they differ from every other nation in the world : they take the mother's and not the father's name....Lycian who he is, and he answers by giving his own name and that of his mother, and so on in the female line. Moreover, if a free woman marry a man who is...
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