2 edition of commentary on Herodotus found in the catalog.
commentary on Herodotus
Walter Wybergh How
|Statement||with introduction and appendixes by W. W. How and J. Wells|
|Contributions||Wells, Joseph, 1825-1929.|
|The Physical Object|
Motivation for writing. Herodotus claims to have traveled extensively around the ancient world, conducting interviews and collecting stories for his book, almost all of which covers territories of the Persian the beginning of The Histories, Herodotus sets out his reasons for writing it. Here are presented the results of the enquiry carried out by Herodotus of : Herodotus. Besides he had an excellent knowledge on the situation at the Persian court. This very fact was fully acknowledged by the Greek historian Herodotus and by the excavations of the past hundred years. The events of the book of Esther occurred during the reign of King Ahasuerus, Xerxes I. (Persian: Khschayarscha). Ahasuerus reigned from to BC.
Herodotus’ method. Book One provides the fully formed method of Herodotus: his inclusion of the actions of gods and myths are just some examples. Some of his most famous stories are recounted here such as Arion escaping death by riding on a dolphin. However, more interesting methods of investigation are used from the beginning of Book One. : A Commentary on Herodotus Books I-IV (Bks. ) () by Asheri, David; Lloyd, Alan; Corcella, Aldo and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(3).
It is designed for use alongside the Oxford Classical Text of Herodotus, and will replace the century-old historical commentary of How and Wells () as the most authoritative account of modern scholarship on : $ The Sixth Book of Herodotus covers the history of Greece in the first decade of the fifth century BC, including such momentous events as the Ionian revolt and the Marathon Campaign. This commentary, aimed at undergraduates and sixth-formers, is intended to introduce them to the work of one of the most significant and entertaining writers of his day, whose .
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How, J. Wells, A Commentary on Herodotus ("Agamemnon", "Hom. ", "denarius") All Search Options [view abbreviations] Home Collections/Texts Perseus Catalog Research Grants Open Source About Help. Hide browse bar Your current position in the text is marked in blue. Click anywhere in the line to jump to another position: BOOK I BOOK II.
This commentary by leading scholars, originally published in Italian, has been commentary on Herodotus book revised by the original authors and has now been edited for English-speaking readers by O.
Murray and A. Moreno. It is designed for use alongside the Oxford Classical Text of Herodotus, and will replace the century-old historical commentary of How and Wells Cited by: The How commentary was critical for getting a real understanding of what Herodotus was talking about and in fact made it very entertaining.
In particular, these first four books should be very enjoyable for those what want to get a feel for an intelligent Greek's world view at the time, without getting into the actual history of the Persian War Cited by: 1. Herodotus Book 7 Commentary — beta edition (14 mb pdf Aug ) — right-click on PC, ctrl-click on Mac for option to download directly) This link contains a free pdf copy of an unrevised draft of Herodotus’ Histories Book 7: Greek Text with Facing Vocabulary and Commentary under a Creative Commons License.
This draft was made with great haste and has not be proofread. A Commentary on Herodotus Books I-IV David Asheri, Alan Lloyd, and Aldo Corcella Edited by Oswyn Murray and and Alfonso Moreno. A comprehensively revised and updated guide to Books I-IV of Herodotus. An invaluable resource for the study of one of the greatest, and earliest, Western prose writers.
Herodotus Book 1 Commentary 2nd ed. (17 mb.pdf — rev. July ) This link contains a free commentary on Herodotus book copy of Herodotus Book I: Greek Text with Facing Vocabulary and Commentary, 2nd ed.
available for $ on. Student Translation Sheets for Herodotus Book 1: ( mb.pdf). This file contains translation pages (11 x inches) with the Greek text on the top. Herodotus, one of the earliest and greatest of Western prose authors, set out in the late fifth century BC to describe the world as he knew it - its peoples and their achievements, together with the causes and course of the great wars that brought the Greek cities into conflict with the empires of the Near East.
Each subsequent generation of historians has sought to use his text. Herodotus, one of the earliest and greatest of Western prose authors, set out in the late fifth century BC to describe the world as he knew it - its peoples and their achievements, together with the causes and course of the great wars that brought the Greek cities into conflict with the empires of the Near East.
Each subsequent generation of historians has sought to. Herodotus, The Histories A. Godley, Ed. ("Agamemnon", "Hom. ", "denarius") All Search Options [view abbreviations] Click anywhere in the line to jump to another position: book: book 1 book 2 book 3 book 4 book 5 book 6 book 7 book 8 book 9.
chapter. A Commentary on Herodotus. Books I-IV Article (PDF Available) in Ancient Cilvilizations from Scythia to Siberia 14(1) June with 1, ReadsAuthor: Askold Ivantchik. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project by: In the last decade or so, studies of Herodotus have flourished in the English-speaking world.
However, apart from new commentaries for books VIII and IX in the Cambridge ‘green and yellow’ series 1 and Lionel Scott’s historical commentary of book VI, 2 there has been no general commentary of the whole of Herodotus’ text to support this new and exciting raft of scholarship.
A Commentary on Herodotus With Introduction and Appendices. Volume I (Books I-IV) W. How and J. Wells. A Study of the Logoi in Book 5 of Herodotus’ Histories. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, From the Publisher: “Reading Herodotus is a text which represented a departure in Herodotean scholarship: it was the first multi-authored collection of scholarly essays to focus on a single book of Herodotus’ Histories.
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Herodotus of Halicarnassus (cc BCE): Greek researcher, often called the world's first The Histories, he describes the expansion of the Achaemenid Empire under its kings Cyrus the Great, Cambyses, and Darius I the Great, culminating in Xerxes' expedition to Greece ( BCE), which met with disaster in the naval engagement at Salamis and the battles at.
Herodotus' Histories, book 5. summary and comments by Jona Lendering: Thirteenth logos: the Thracians () The fifth book marks the beginning of the wars between the Persians and the Greeks. After a short digression on Thracian customs, Herodotus tells us about Megabazus' conquest of Thrace and the ensuing submission of eastern Macedonia.
herodotus and book v Hailing from Halikarnassos, a cosmopolitan port town on the border between the Greeks and the Persians, Herodotus spans much of the fifth century, living from to B.C.E. In (just before his birth) and again in (just after it), the biggest and most successful empire the world had seen clashed with the fiercely Pages: The importance of Herodotus as the freshest and liveliest of all classical Greek prose authors and the historical centrality of the period covered are the main reasons for studying Book V.
This is an up-to-date edition and commentary on the Greek text of the book, providing extensive help with the Greek and basic historical information, as well.
Herodotus' Histories Book 1 book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Greek Text With Facing Vocabulary And Commentary” as Want to Read: Want to Read saving It is, to my knowledge, the only available text of a complete book of Herodotus with a running vocabulary facing each page of text.
For beginning or /5.Herodotus. c. (?) BCE - c. (?) BCE Herodotus was a resident of Halicarnassus (modern Bodrum in Turkey) and wrote The Histories of Herodotus, a Greek history of the Persian invasion of Greece in the early fifth century BCE.
Estimates of the year of his birth are based on the observation that in The Histories, he does not claim to have witnessed the Persian invasion .Commentary: Quite a few comments have been posted about The History of Herodotus. Download: A text-only version is available for download.
The History of Herodotus By Herodotus Written B.C.E Translated by George Rawlinson: Table of Contents Book I: Clio These are the researches of Herodotus of Halicarnassus.