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The auctioneer would have the women stand up one by one, starting with the most beautiful, and he would sell them for the purpose of marriage. When the first young woman was sold, then he would start the sale of the second most beautiful and all the wealthy men would try to outbid the other for the prettiest girls. The homelier women came with a monetary incentive for people to bid on them. Once all of the most beautiful women were sold, the auctioneer would then sell the most unattractive or crippled women and they would go to the man who would accept the smallest amount of gold and marry them.
The gold made from the sale of the beautiful women went to the dowries of the unattractive. If the couple did not get along, it was customary to give the gold back and any a man of marriageable age could buy a wife – even if they came from another village.This is one of the parts of the “Histories” of Herodotus that has been challenged by a number of scholars throughout the years and according to Herodotus, by the time he was writing this down the custom was no longer followed in Babylonian Kingdoms. Moving on to Book Two and looking to Egypt. Herodotus is very interested in the Egyptian customs surrounding animals.
For every different animal in Egyp, there are a different caretaker for it; they could be male or female and their children would grow up learning to care for that same type of animal. If someone were to intentionally kill an animal, the penalty was death; if it was an accident then it was up to the priests to assign whatever penalty they felt right. These rules weren’t the same for the ibis or the hawk; if you killed either of these birds, unintentionally or not, you would be sentenced to death because both were considered sacred to the gods.
There were many household cats in ancient Egypt and according to Herodotus if there was ever a fire, the nearby cats would be overcome with a divine seizure. The Egyptians had to stand at intervals to keep the cat safe but if the fire kept burning, the cats would leap past them and rush into the flames; if that happened, the Egyptians would be overwhelmed with pain. If you lived in a household with a cat and it died a natural death, everyone in the home would shave off their eyebrows.
If a dog died though, you would shave your entire body and head. Herodotus described many animals that lived in Egypt but it’s quite clear he never saw some of them. This is obvious in his description of a hippopotamus with its: “four feet with cloven hooves like an ox, a blunt snout, a mane like a horse, conspicuous tusks, and a horse’s tail. It neighs. It’s the size of the largest ox, and its hide is so thick that once it’s dried, spearshafts are crafted from them.It is probably one of the most infamous of Herodotus tales from his “Stories”;
its description of India’s gold-digging ants. Herodotus gives us a description of some of the different groups of Indians like the Padaei who ate raw meat, killed people who became ill; if a man denied being ill, they would disagree, kill him and then feast on his flesh. If a woman became ill, however, the woman closest to her was killed. If someone were to reach old age, which apparently didn’t happen very often, what a surprise, they were sacrificed and feasted upon. In complete contrast to the Padaei are the Indians that don’t eat any living creatures but who only eat grasses.
There are other groups of Indians around the borders of Caspatyrus and in the territory of Pactyica.These Indians have a very style of life similar to the Bactrians and they are the ones who are most warlike and who go out to gather the gold in the uninhabitable desert. In this desert, live these huge ants which are bigger than foxes but smaller than dogs. These ants mound up the sand and then dwell underground – much like the ants in Greece, but in these mounds, there is gold in the sand and so the Indians ride their camels and collect the sand
but they have to fill their bags quickly because the ants can detect when men are near and the ants will pursue them, and they are quick, so quick that the Indians need the head start or else they wouldn’t return home safely. Now, of course, the idea of large ants collecting gold sounds incredibly far-fetched but it seems as though Herodotus’ tale is mostly fact, except one tiny detail; the French explorer and anthropologist, Michel Peissel, went on a I travel to find the root of this story and what he found in the desert plain was gold in the sand but it wasn’t ants but marmots.
Marmots are roughly possum-sized and they are short-legged burrowing rodents and the ancient Persian word for them is ‘mountain mouse ant,’ so perhaps this tale of gold-digging ants was grounded in fact but a translation issue along the way transformed these mountain mouse ants into actual large ants. Book Four of “The Histories” is primarily concerned with the region of Scythia and in this book, Herodotus describes a number of different peoples who can be found in the region.
This includes the Agathyrsoi, whose males wear a luxurious amount of gold and who share their women for the purpose of intercourse; this is so they could all be brothers which would eliminate hatred and envy among them. There is also the Neurians, who very well might be sorcerers. Why does Herodotus suggest this? Well, apparently once a year one of the neurians turns into a wolf for a few days and then a few days later turns back into himself again. That being said, Herodotus makes a point in letting the reader know that he is not convinced, but that is what they say and they swear that it really does happen.
There are also the man-eaters who are savages, who live as nomads, speak their own peculiar language and live up to their name with their custom of eating human flesh. Moving to Libya, Herodotus takes the time to introduce to us the Gindanes, the Lotus-Eaters and the Garamantes. The only custom of the Gindanes that Herodotus thought it was important to document was their practice of women wearing leather ankle bracelets; these anklets weren’t just for decoration but it is said that a woman wears one for each man they have had sex with and the woman
who wears the most is considered to be the best because she has gained the affection of the most men. Then we have the Lotus-Eaters, who do exactly what it sounds like they do; they live solely by chewing the fruit of the lotus and they also make wine from the sweet fruit. Finally, we have the Garamantes life just 30 days journey from the Lotus-Eaters. They hunt the Ethiopian cave dwellers, they eat snakes, lizards and other reptiles and their language is very peculiar and sounds like screeching bats.
In the Garamanti region, there are oxen who walk backwards as they graze because they bend forward in such a way that they can’t graze walking forward or else they’ll get stuck in the ground. Our final entertaining tale from Herodotus’ “Histories” comes from Book Five in Macedon, at the court of King Aminta, the Persians arrived at the Macedonian court of Amyntas and they were invited to stay for dinner.
Amyntas provided a magnificent feast and then afterwards, the Persians said that their custom is to have their wives and concubines sit beside them and the Macedonians should really follow their custom. This was not the way that Amyntas and his court behaved for they kept their men and women separate, but because the Persians were their masters and guests, Amyntas agreed to accommodate their wishes. Amyntas had to order the women to sit beside the Persians who immediately started fondling the women.
Amyntas couldn’t leave due to his fear that the women would be molested but his son Alexander could not hold back and said to his father that he would take care of their guests and Amyntas warned Alexander to do nothing that would lead to their destruction and then departed the scene. After Amyntas left, Alexander declared that they were drunk and the women had to bathe, so let them bathe and then afterwards if they still wanted the women they would come back. Destan Episode 25 in Urdu, Destan Episode 25 in English
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