Translation for 'Herodotus' from English to Russian
Геродот {м}
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Translation for 'Herodotus' from English to Russian

Геродот {м}ист.
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  • According to Herodotus (430 BC), Menkaure was the son of Khufu (Greek "Cheops"), and that he alleviated the suffering his father's reign had caused the inhabitants of ancient Egypt.
  • According to Herodotus, Heracles lived 900 years before Herodotus' own time (c. 1300 BCE).
  • Schwaller de Lubicz, in his work "Sacred Science", reconstructed Herodotus' dates to conclude that the ancient Egyptians dated their creation to an astronomical (stellar) event some 30,000 years before Herodotus' own time.
  • According to Herodotus (Herodotus 6.33) Oebares was a son of Megabazus, and became satrap of Daskyleion (Hellespontine Phrygia) in 493 BC.
  • In his essay "On the Malice of Herodotus", Plutarch criticizes Herodotus for prejudice and misrepresentation.

  • In other accounts, Midas was their son. Herodotus says Midas was Gordias' son and does not mention Cybele.
  • The only classical source to provide information on this building is Herodotus (3:57-8).
  • Lygdamis assassinated the poet Panyassis, uncle of famous historian Herodotus, in 461, which forced Herodotus to leave his native city of Halicarnassus, fleeing to the island of Samos.
  • Mons Herodotus is a small lunar mountain north of the crater Herodotus. It lies on the rugged Aristarchus Plateau and rises approximately 1 km above the surrounding terrain.
  • In "On the Malice of Herodotus", Plutarch criticizes the historian Herodotus for all manner of prejudice and misrepresentation.

  • was an Ancient Greek legendary seer from Apollonia, Illyria, whose story survives in the accounts of Herodotus and Conon.
  • The bridges were described by the ancient Greek historian Herodotus in his "Histories", but little other evidence confirms Herodotus' story in this respect.
  • Herodotus apparently knew of no such motives, or if he did, he did not care to analyse history at that level.
  • Herodotus called Susa "the city of Memnon," Herodotus describes two tall statues with Egyptian and Aethiopian dress that some, he says, identify as Memnon; he disagrees, having previously stated that he believes it to be Sesostris.
  • Herodotus wrote that according to Egyptian chronology, Pan was the most ancient of the gods; but according to the version in which Pan was the son of Hermes and Penelope, he was born only eight hundred years before Herodotus, and thus after the Trojan war.

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