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" Come hither, all ye people, was the words that Theseus proclaimed when he thus set up a commonwealth, in a manner, for all nations. Yet he did not suffer his state, by the promiscuous multitude that flowed in, to be turned into confusion and be left without... "
Archaeologia Graeca Or the Antiquities of Graece - الصفحة 11
بواسطة John Potter - 1728
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Sources of Ancient and Primitive Law

Albert Kocourek, John Henry Wigmore - 1915 - عدد الصفحات: 702
...JOHN DHYDEN and others. Plutarch ww born at Chjeronea, in Boeotia, about 46 AD] Farther yet designing to enlarge his city, he invited all strangers to come and enjoy equal privileges with the natives, and it is said that the common form, Come hither, all ye people, was the words that Theseus proclaimed...

Plutarch's Lives

Plutarch - 1995 - عدد الصفحات: 468
...to the Athenians, in this verse, The bladder may be dipt, but not be drowned. Farther yet designing to enlarge his city, he invited all strangers to come and enjoy equal privileges with the natives, and it is said that the common form, Come hither all ye people, was the words that Theseus proclaimed when...
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