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Did you know that according to Herodotus the ancient Egyptians mourned their pets as they did people? Herodotus was a Greek writer who lived in the middle of the 5th century BC. He was born around 484 BCE; probably in Halicarnassus in Asia Minor, and he died at some point between 425 and 413, possibly in the Greek colony of Thurii or by the plague in Athens; we aren’t really sure.He is known as the ‘father of history’, who was a title first given to him by the Roman orator Cicero for his famous work “Les Histoires.
We don’t know a whole lot about his life but what we do know is that he was born into a wealthy, aristocratic family and his skill in writing suggests he was very well educated he wrote in Ionian Greek, he was clearly a very well-read man and his ability to travel seemingly at will, as documented in his “Histories”, suggests he was a man of some means. Since his writings of battle are quite precise and always told from the point of view of a foot soldier it’s thought he may have served as a Hoplite.
Herodotus’ “Histories” is a nine-book tome which provides a detailed account of the Greco-Persian wars, as well as observations and stories from his travels to Greece, Egypt and Asia Minor. As Herodotus puts it at the very beginning of his book: “Herodotus of Halicarnassus here presents his research so that human events do not fade with time. May the great and wonderful deeds – some brought forth by the Hellenes, others by the barbarians – not go unsung; as well as the causes that led them to make war on each other.
He definitely wasn’t an impartial observer and often included his own personal opinions on various customs, people and events; although some of the information has been challenged as exaggerated or incorrect, which can in some instances be blamed on issues of translation, he is still recognized as the Father of History with many of his accounts being confirmed by archaeological evidence. So then, on we go into seven of the most entertaining and somewhat weird stories from Herodotus’ “Histories.
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