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" Sanskrit, he took passage on board a large merchant vessel, on which there were over two hundred souls, and astern of which there was a smaller vessel in tow, in case of accident at sea and destruction of the big vessel. "
The Gupta Empire - Page 62
by Radhakumud Mookerji - 1997 - 174 pages
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The Travels of Fa-hsien (399-414 A.D.): Or Record of the Buddhistic Kingdoms

Fa-hsien, Faxian - 1923 - 96 pages
...in Sanskrit, he took passage on board a large merchant- vessel, on which there were over two hundred souls, and astern of which there was a smaller vessel...accident at sea and destruction of the big vessel. Catching a fair wind, they sailed eastward for two days; then they encountered a heavy gale, and the...
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?????: An Anthology of Translations

John Minford, Joseph S. M. Lau - 2000 - 1248 pages
...in Sanskrit, he took passage on board a large merchant-vessel, on which there were over two hundred souls, and astern of which there was a smaller vessel...accident at sea and destruction of the big vessel. Catching a fair wind, they sailed eastward for two days; then they encountered a heavy gale, and the...
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Mining, Metallurgy and Minting in the Middle Ages: Asiatic supremacy, 425-1125

Ian Blanchard - 2001 - 550 pages
...related that, ... he took passage on board a large merchant-vessel, on which there were over two hundred souls, and astern of which there was a smaller vessel in tow in case of accidents at sea and destruction of the big vessel. Catching a fair wind, they sailed eastwards for...
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