Strabo 15.1.67

קפיצה אל:ניווט, חיפוש

מקורות ראשוניים ועתיקים ס / מקורות ראשוניים ועתיקים S


Nearchus, in explaining the skill of the Indians in handiwork, says that when they saw sponges in use among the Macedonians they made imitations by sewing tufts of wool through and through with hairs and light cords and threads, and that after compressing them into felt they drew out the inserts and dyed the sponge-like felt with colors; and that makers of striglis and of oil flasks quickly arose in great numbers; and that they write missives on linen cloth that is very closely woven, though the other writers say that they make no use of written characters.


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