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The Way of Herodotus
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journal of reparations.
Modems made easy
Vikings of the stars
World peace through space law.
The Lake District.
Indian Appropriation Bill.
Good God, it works!
Gertrude Morgan, or, Life and adventures among the Indians of the far West
Lead and copper occur[r]ence near Gonur-Gollarahatti, Chitradurga District
drawings of Jasper Johns
Shallow ground-water quality in the Boston, Massachusetts metropolitan area
Varieties of unbelief.
After enjoying The Way of Herodotus, I feel as if I now know the man, Herodotus, and the highlights of his works. As author Justin Marozzi follows the path of Herodotus travels to Egypt, Greece, Turkey and other lands, the reader has a chance to come to know these places both as they were in Herodotus time and as they are now/5(44).
Yes as Marozzi so willingly quotes Herodotus we all see our cultures as better. Marozzi is a writer truly in the vein of Herodotus. He engages his subject, Herodotus' Histories, with full on engagement in the actual places Herodotus wrote about.
This is truly a creative way to write about history and engage one's audience in the process/5(16). out of 5 stars The Way of Herodotus. Reviewed in the United States on Ma Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase.
This book is very well researched and is full of history for the one who is studying ancient happenings. It is controversial in areas and makes one think, but is a very good read. Read more/5(16). Herodotus’ work is not a rambling but a thoughtful and purposeful construction. There are several instances in which the way he structured his history make this readily apparent.
Book One focuses on the rise and fall of the Lydian Empire, the rise of the Persian Empire and the death of Cyrus as well as the fate of the Greeks.
Herodotus’s History is an account of the Greco-Persian Wars (– BCE) and the story of the growth and organization of the Persian empire. Herodotus covers the empire’s geography, social structure, and history before describing the events which led to Xerxes ’ invasion of Greece and the Greek city-states uniting to defeat his army.