Click Here to Read: Herodotus on Wikipedia.
Click Here to Read: The History of Herodotus By Herodotus
Click Here to Read: Arms and the Man: What was Herodotus trying to tell us? By Daniel Mendelsohn in The New Yorker in April 28, 2008 Issue.
Click Here to Read: On the Road With History’s Father By Tom Bissell in The New York Times on June 10, 2007.
Click Here to Read: The rest is history: With his reputation for romanticism and rambling and his love of gossip, Herodotus was dismissed by the serious thinkers of his day. Yet his work is both entertaining and deeply moral, argues Charlotte Higgins on the Guardian website on January 2, 2009.
Click Here to Read: Herodotus: Father of History, Father of Lies by David Pipes on the Loyola University website.
Click Here to Read: The Project Gutenberg EBook of An Account of Egypt, by Herodotus on the Project Gutenberg website.
Click Here to Read: The Project Gutenberg EBook of The History Of Herodotus, by Herodotus on the Project Gutenberg website.
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Click Here to Read: The Waldheim Waltz: A timely film about the World War II role of former Austrian president By Stefan Steinberg on the World Socialist Web Site on March 20, 2018.
Click Here to Read: She Was the Only Woman in a Photo of 38 Scientists, and Now She’s Been Identified By Jacey Fortin in The New York Times on March 19, 2018. Sheila Minor Huff, center left and partly obscured, was just beginning her career when she was photographed at the International Conference on the […]Read more...
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Click Here to Read: Samuel Pallache: The Great Jewish Pirate Who Took on the Spanish Fleet on the Mosaic website on March 18, 2018.
“Man in Oriental Costume” by Rembrandt ca. 1633-1634, thought to be Samuel Pallache
Click Here to Read: Guest opinion: Keep Calm and Parent On: What can parents do right now to decrease the risk of suicide in their children? by Adam Strassberg, M.D. on the Palo Alto online website on march 16, 2015.
Photo: St. Gil, Marc, 1924-1992,…
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Click Here to Read: Making Thucydides relevant again: America’s self-destructive showdown with China By Clay Chandler on the Fortune website on March 17, 2018.
Original bust is a Roman copy (c. 100 CE) of an early 4th Century BCE Greek original…