New PDF release: A History Of Modern Europe Since-1789

By V D Mahajan

ISBN-10: 8121903386

ISBN-13: 9788121903387

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Armayor, who has shown both the archaeological impossibility of Herodotus' avowed inspection and that his descriptions of the world outside Hellas depend upon Greek, particularly Ionian, tradition. Armayor's works cover Herodotus' descriptions of Egypt, the Black Sea, and the areas surrounding it, Thrace, Colchis, the interior of Asia minor and the Levant (Armayor 1978a, 1978b, 1978c, 1980, 1985). R. Rollinger (1993), too, expresses similar scepticism regarding Herodotus' presumed journeys to Babylon.

525-26. According to Hdt. 3, the god of the Hellenes has urged Croesus to the campaign—likewise Agamemnon accuses the gods of having caused his infatuation and thereby his and Achilles' dispute, //. 86-87. Croesus' words to Cyrus, dA,A,d xouhcx 8ai|iovi KOI) cpi^ov f)v oikco yeveaGai (Hdt. 4) allude to Agamemnon's speech, //. 17-28: here, too, everything comes to pass according to divine decree. The god destroys great cities, just as, according to Herodotus, the divine being promised Croesus that his attack on Cyrus would destroy a great kingdom.

Armayor, who has shown both the archaeological impossibility of Herodotus' avowed inspection and that his descriptions of the world outside Hellas depend upon Greek, particularly Ionian, tradition. Armayor's works cover Herodotus' descriptions of Egypt, the Black Sea, and the areas surrounding it, Thrace, Colchis, the interior of Asia minor and the Levant (Armayor 1978a, 1978b, 1978c, 1980, 1985). R. Rollinger (1993), too, expresses similar scepticism regarding Herodotus' presumed journeys to Babylon.

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