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The Wars of Religion in Europe. Adolphus Ward. Harriet Earhart Monroe. Ziska: the Blind Hero of Bohemia. After Herodotus, historical analysis became an indispensable part of intellectual and political life. Herodotus was born in about B. He came from a wealthy and cosmopolitan Greek-Carian merchant family. In the middle of the 6th century B. When he was a young man, Herodotus returned briefly to Halicarnassus to take part in an abortive anti-Persian rebellion. After that, however, the writer never returned to his home city again.
Instead of settling in one place, Herodotus spent his life traveling from one Persian territory to another. When Herodotus was not traveling, he returned to Athens; there, he became something of a celebrity. He gave readings in public places and collected fees from officials for his appearances. In B. The Histories. Herodotus spent his entire life working on just one project: an account of the origins and execution of the Greco-Persian Wars — B.
After Herodotus died, editors divided his Histories into nine books. Each was named after one of the Muses. The first five books look into the past to try to explain the rise and fall of the Persian Empire. They describe the geography of each state the Persians conquered and tell about their people and customs.
The next four books tell the story of the war itself, from the invasions of Greece by Persian emperors Darius and Xerxes to the Greek triumphs at Salamis, Plataea and Mycale in and B. The extremities are worn to the boards. Scattered soil in the text.
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