(London :  Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co.,  1910.)

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 ``` 68 ALBERUNTS INDIA. country, i fctisctkh —-^ miles, we get 6'/2Sfarsctkh; and reckoning i farsctkh = 16,000 yards, as is mentioned by 'Page 234. Yakub, we get ^046 fctrsctkh. Eeckoning i yojana = 32,000 yards, we get 2523 yojanas. Distances of The following table is borrowed from the book of the planets ^7- ti at ti t-a -i frointhe YaKUD iDn iariK :— centre ofthe earth, and their dia¬ meters, ac¬ cording to Yakiib Ibn Tarik. Page 23s. The conventional ,neti Their distances from the measures of the distances, differing Their constant measures, based on the radius of the earth = r. 'he pla centre of the earth, and their according to time diameters. and place, reckoned in farsakh, i farsakh c-i = 16,000 yards. Radius of the earth 1,050 I «■ i The smallest distance . 37,500 35f § The middle distance 48,500 46/T ^ i The greatest distance . S9,ooo 56A Diameter of the moon 5,000 4lf k> , The smallest distance . 64,000 6o|^ 3 \ 0 < The middle distance 164,000 i56^T a> 1 The greatest distance . 264,000 25if Diameter of Mercury 5,000 ,10 4-5'T § f The smallest distance . 269,000 2562*1 M The middle distance . . 709,500 675f !^l The greatest distance . 1,150,000 i,o95A Diameter of Venus 20,000 i9^V . ( The smallest distance . 1,170,000- i,ii4f M The middle distance 1,690,000 i,6o9-^-{- rM [ The greatest distance . 2,210,000 2,I04|f Diameter of the Sun . 20,000 I9¥T «■ f The smallest distance . 2,230,000 2,123-2-x s\ The middle distance 5,315,000 5,061^4 s I The greatest distance 8,400,000 8,000 Diameter of Mars 20,000 19^1 g ( The smallest distance . 8,420,000 8,oi9Jt •s.i The middle distance 11,410,000 io,866| S^ The greatest distance . 14,400,000 I3,7i4f t-3 Diameter of Jupiter . 20,000 i9yV s { The smallest distance . 14,420,000 i3,733i a } The middle distance 16,220,000 i5,447ff- ^ ( The greatest distance . 18,020,000 i7,i6Uf Diameter of Saturn . 20,000 19A « ( The radius of the outside 20,000,000 I9,047if The radius of the inside 19.962,000 i,866| (sic) Zodia Its circumference from the outside 125,664,000 ```