HerodotusHerodotus. Herodotus (c. 484-425 B.C.), as the first historian proper, is called the father of history.
Herodotus, (born 484 bce?, Halicarnassus, Asia Minor [now Bodrum, Turkey]? —died c. 430–420), Greek author of the first great narrative history produced in the ancient world, the History of the Greco-Persian Wars.
HerodotusHerodotus, a 5th-century BC Greek historian, is often considered the "father of history" in the Western tradition, although he has also been criticized as the "father of lies". Along with his contemporary Thucydides, he helped form the foundations for the modern study of past events and societies.
HerodotusHerodotus is undoubtedly the “Father of History.” Born in Halicarnassus in Ionia in the 5th century B.C., he wrote “The Histories.” In this text are found his “inquiries” which later became to modern scholars to mean “facts of history.” He is best known for recounting, very objectively, the Greco-Persian wars of the
HerodotusHerodotus was a Greek writer and geographer credited with being the first historian.
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