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Herodotus' Corner

Herotodus was a greek historian, ethnologist, and geographer, that lived from 484-425 B.C.E. He is known as the father of history. He used stories that he heard from his travels to write a history of mankind, and attempted to explain the causes of the Greco-Persian wars (499-479 B.C.E.). In this section of the realm contains some facts about the Greeks and other Ancient Races that the muses find interesting. Who, knows, you may even find a story or two!

Early Greek Religion
Deities and Personification
The Amazons
Aegean Bronze Age Writing Systems
Solon's Reforms & Athenian Democracy
The Hyksos
Greek & Etruscan Influences on the Romans
Foreign Influences on Roman Religion