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approximate
used in The Odyssey by Homer (translated by: Butcher & Lang)

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almost, but not exact; or similar
  • Dr. Gerland, in his Alt Griechische Marchen in der Odyssee, his shown that the story makes part of the collection of Somadeva, a store of Indian tales, of which 1200 A.D. is the approximate date.
    Introduction (37% in)
  • The date at which the poet of the Odyssey lived may be approximately determined by his consistent descriptions of a peculiar and definite condition of society, which had ceased to exist in the ninth century B.C., and of a stage of art in which Phoenician and Assyrian influences predominated.
    Introduction (98% in)

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