First published in 1889, this edition of the sixth book of Herodotos by E. S. Shuckburgh has been a long-established classic. The original Greek text is provided with an introduction, exhaustive explanatory notes, an index of historical and geographic references and illustrative maps. This book will be an excellent resource for students and amateur readers of Greek.
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