Géographie du Moyen Age by Joachim Lelewel

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S des Karthaginois et des Grecs 52, p. i 58 de la version allemande). Or, ces iles figuraient dans les cartes grecques et romaines rangées de l'est à l'ouest, iO degrés ouest du littoral africain. La carte marino-ptoléméenne n'offre qu'une défiguration de cette partie de l'habitable. Elle tient à ce premier méri­ dien des îles, mais débordant par l'excessive extension de la méditer­ ranée , elle détrui6it les proportions et la configuration établies par les longitudes stadiales, horaires ou graduées, et rangea les îles du nord au snd.

Ce s mers se composent des mers Inde et Perse et du gol fe a ra b ique , et n'ont d'issue à l'océa n que par un détroit entrafnant et t rès-dangereux prèii de Z in gis de la L i bye. oigitized by Google XX PROL�OHÛŒS. suit l'o pin ion de Ptolémée modiftée : mais n u l lemen t. Toutes les mers, méditerrannée , de l'Inde , caspienne, ont des issues dans l'océan environnant. La l on gueu r de l'habitable monte chez l u i à 400 stema ls , et la largeur à moitié , 200 stem ats. Un stemat tient 50 milles.

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