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Reed Boat

Reed Boat Like Moses, Krishna was placed by his mother in a reed boat and set adrift in a river to be discovered by another woman. Cited from Website: Origins of Christianity But the most frequent Arabic name for the Atlantic was al-Bahr al-Muhit, the Circumambient, or All-Encompassing, Ocean. This name embodied a very ancient notion. The Babylonians, and perhaps the Sumerians before them, envisaged the inhabited por­tion of the world as an upturned boat, a gufa, floating in the sea. This old Sumerian word was used to describe the round-bottomed reed boats used in the marshes of southern Iraq, where they are still known by the same name. Cited from Website: Pillars
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