Strabo, however, attributes its re-establishment to Antigonus and Lysimachus.
Though Strabo was a great historian, it is evident that he was not a prophet.
These statements, which are quite correct, are found in Megasthenes in Strabo, p. 76; Diod.
But we cannot follow Strabo over the world in all his detail.
There are several other editions of Strabo's work available in English.
Strabo carries the western frontier of Assyria as far as Syria.
Strabo tells us that the Saca were supposed to commemorate a massacre of intoxicated Sac.
In any case, the building was a complete ruin in the time of Strabo.
It is also taken notice of by Strabo, who speaks of a mountain Hanes, where the temple stood.
"And about Diodorus and Strabo, also mentioned in the lectures," added the magnate.