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  Herodotus   of Halicarnassus - Greek historian, 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
On- On the malice of Herodotus
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_7 LLIUS] (b) & Hellanicus, Herodotus, and Thucydides, the
Athen_01.19 and play ball. But Herodotus is mistaken when he says [
Athen_02.45 king of Persia, as Herodotus relates in his first book [
Athen_05.210 is mentioned by Herodotus [ 1.25 ], who calls it ὑ
Athen_06.261 amount of hatred." And Herodotus states [ 2.173 ] that
Athen_06.266 rince of all historians, Herodotus [ 8.105 ], has said abo
Athen_08.334 For they sent (as Herodotus relates) a bird, and an arrow
Athen_09.400 Hunting [ 5'13 ]; and Herodotus speaks of it in the fol
Athen_10.438 nter me. [51.] And Herodotus, in his second book [ 2.133
Athen_12.541 Sybaris, and his luxury, Herodotus has told us, in his six
Athen_13.596 his property. But Herodotus calls her Rhodopis, being evi
Athen_13.603 ding to the statement of Herodotus, learnt from the Greeks
Athen_14.613 down into the body, as Herodotus says [ 1.212 ], bad and
Athen_14.620 or, recited the works of Herodotus in the great theatre
Athen_4.146 own houses." [27.] But Herodotus, in his seventh book,
Athen_4.148 her Persians; a man whom Herodotus mentions in his ninth
Ennius:Ann_174 CERO : Why should I take Herodotus to be more truthful tha
Euseb]:Chron_59 Ctesias of Cnidus, and then Herodotus of Halicarnassus.
Euseb]:Chron_137 Menes of Thinis, whom Herodotus [ 2.4 ] calls Min, rule
Euseb]:Chron_139 largest pyramid, which Herodotus [ 2.124 ] says was buil
Euseb]:Chron_151 finds great fault with Herodotus for his ignorance and
Lucian:Macr_10 fifty years according to Herodotus the historian [ 1.163
Polyaen_06.18.1 spot. [see also: Herodotus, 8.27] As soon as it was
Polyaen_06.18.2 orses, were killed. [see also: Herodotus, 8.28] [19] The
Polyaen_06.47.1 ample provisions. [see also: Herodotus, 1.21] [48] Men
Polyaen_08.28.1 himself was slain. [see also: Herodotus, 1.201] [29] &
Polyaen_08.47.1 mily on the throne. [see also: Herodotus, 4.162] [48] &
Polyaen_08.53.1 Caria. [see also: Herodotus, 8.87] Artemisia, the daug
Polyaen_08.53.5 out of woman's." [see also: Herodotus, 8.88] [54] Man
Polyaen_08.71.1 Lacedaemonian women is told by Herodotus, 4.145 ). Attalus
SEG_48.1330 (c. 128-100)   brought forth Herodotos, the prose Homer in the r

  Herodotus 2   - a philosopher; one of the followers of Epicurus
280/25 a letter from Epicurus to Herodotus about the ransoming of Mithres
    Within translations:
Diog_Laert_10.4 by Timocrates, and by Herodotus, in his treatises on
Diog_Laert_10.5 flattered Idomeneus, and Herodotus, and Timocrates who had
Diog_Laert_10.29 is one that he wrote to Herodotus, on the subject of Natu
Diog_Laert_10.31 which he addresses to Herodotus, and also in his Fundam
Diog_Laert_10.35 [35] For those, Herodotus, who are not able accurately
Diog_Laert_10.37 First of all then Herodotus, one must determine with exac
Diog_Laert_10.82 reme terror. This, Herodotus, is a kind of summary and abr
Diog_Laert_10.85 the abridgment addressed to Herodotus, which I also sen

  Herodotus 3   - a reciter of mimes; the favourite of Antiochus II
246/36 Antiochus treats Herodotus, a reciter of mimes, and Archelaus, a danc
    Within translations:
Athen_01.19 thirty years. But Herodotus, the reciter of mimes, and

  Herodotus   - in documents
Inscr_112 (c. 170)   ty of Priansos; since Herodotos son of Menodoros an
Inscr_61.D (173-169)   Pythian boys:   Herodotos of Tralles, the son
Syll_492 (c. 263)   of Samos, the son of Herodotos Diphilos of Tene
Syll_539 (204)   nians: Drakon Chians: Herodotos It was resolved by

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