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The box I set in a casket, and enclosing this in seven other caskets and seven chests, laid the whole in a alabastrine coffer,424 which I buried within the marge of yon earth-circling sea; for that these parts are far from the world of men and none of them can win hither.
Sindbad the Seaman’s guests were all gathered together he thus bespake them: — I was living a most enjoyable life until one day my mind became possessed with the thought of travelling about the world of men and seeing their cities and islands; and a longing seized me to traffic and to make money by trade.
There is crime, disease and warfare in a world of men alone,
His Italy was a world of men of virtù: Cesare Borgia was the type who dared everything.