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Histories (Unabridged)

  1. 1
  2. The Histories of Herodotus
  3. 00:08:07
  1. 2
  2. Now it happened that this Candaules was in love…
  3. 00:10:08
  1. 3
  2. In this way he carried on the war with the Milesians…
  3. 00:10:32
  1. 4
  2. When all these conquests had been added…
  3. 00:10:10
  1. 5
  2. Now it chanced that while he was making…
  3. 00:09:47
  1. 6
  2. At the end of this time the grief of Croesus was…
  3. 00:09:33
  1. 7
  2. Of all the answers that had reached him…
  3. 00:10:44
  1. 8
  2. Such was the prophecy uttered under a divine…
  3. 00:08:17
  1. 9
  2. Such was the man's account of what he had seen.
  3. 00:08:31
  1. 10
  2. Afterwards, on the refusal of Alyattes to give up his…
  3. 00:10:18
  1. 11
  2. Thus the siege began. Meanwhile Croesus, thinking…
  3. 00:10:15
  1. 12
  2. Then, the Lydians say that Croesus…
  3. 00:10:39
  1. 13
  2. The Lydians have very nearly the same customs…
  3. 00:11:40
  1. 14
  2. The distance from Lake Maeotis to the river Phasis…
  3. 00:12:06
  1. 15
  2. When the boy was in his tenth year…
  3. 00:13:03
  1. 16
  2. Afterwards, when Cyrus grew to manhood…
  3. 00:08:41
  1. 17
  2. Thus after a reign of thirty-five years, Astyages…
  3. 00:10:54
  1. 18
  2. Immediately after the conquest of Lydia…
  3. 00:10:03
  1. 19
  2. These, then, were all the Aeolian cities…
  3. 00:10:46
  1. 20
  2. Meanwhile Mazares, after he had recovered Pactyas…
  3. 00:11:42
  1. 21
  2. The Caunians, in my judgment, are dwellers there…
  3. 00:08:25
  1. 22
  2. The city is divided into two portions by the river…
  3. 00:07:33
  1. 23
  2. She gave orders for the hewing of immense blocks…
  3. 00:07:18
  1. 24
  2. Among many proofs which I shall bring forward…
  3. 00:08:33
  1. 25
  2. The Babylonians have one most shameful custom.
  3. 00:08:35
  1. 26
  2. Now concerning the matter in hand, my judgment…
  3. 00:10:21
  1. 27
  2. Book Two: Euterpe
  3. 00:08:31
  1. 28
  2. From Heliopolis to Thebes is nine days' sail…
  3. 00:10:28
  1. 29
  2. My judgment as to the extent of Egypt is confirmed…
  3. 00:10:21
  1. 30
  2. No other information on this head could I obtain…
  3. 00:09:24
  1. 31
  2. Concerning Egypt itself I shall extend my remarks…
  3. 00:09:28
  1. 32
  2. Such Egyptians as possess a temple of the Theban…
  3. 00:10:42
  1. 33
  2. Almost all the names of the gods came into Greece…
  3. 00:10:44
  1. 34
  2. At Heliopolis and Buto the assemblies…
  3. 00:12:07
  1. 35
  2. In the neighbourhood of Thebes…
  3. 00:12:33
  1. 36
  2. The Egyptians are averse to adopt Greek customs…
  3. 00:09:43
  1. 37
  2. The former of these two cities…
  3. 00:10:04
  1. 38
  2. The king then returned to his own land…
  3. 00:11:28
  1. 39
  2. In these places Homer shows himself acquainted…
  3. 00:11:11
  1. 40
  2. When it came to the king's ears that the thief's body…
  3. 00:10:14
  1. 41
  2. After Chephren, Mycerinus (they said), son of…
  3. 00:09:47
  1. 42
  2. He was succeeded on the throne…
  3. 00:11:14
  1. 43
  2. It is open to all to receive whichever he may prefer…
  3. 00:12:33
  1. 44
  2. I have already made mention more than once…
  3. 00:11:40
  1. 45
  2. The cantons of the Calascirians are different…
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  1. 46
  2. To the other temples of much note…
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  1. 47
  2. Book Three: Thalia
  3. 00:11:42
  1. 48
  2. On the field where this battle was fought…
  3. 00:12:39
  1. 49
  2. The Icthyophagoi on reaching this people…
  3. 00:11:39
  1. 50
  2. And now Cambyses, who even before had not been…
  3. 00:10:44
  1. 51
  2. Many other wild outrages of this sort did Cambyses…
  3. 00:12:00
  1. 52
  2. The Corinthians likewise very willingly lent…
  3. 00:11:10
  1. 53
  2. This was the first expedition into Asia…
  3. 00:10:22
  1. 54
  2. At this time he said no more; but twenty days…
  3. 00:10:44
  1. 55
  2. Otanes, when he saw Darius so hot…
  3. 00:10:05
  1. 56
  2. And now when five days were gone…
  3. 00:10:06
  1. 57
  2. And now, when the morning broke, the six Persians…
  3. 00:10:52
  1. 58
  2. The way in which the Indians get the plentiful…
  3. 00:09:32
  1. 59
  2. Now with respect to the vipers and the winged…
  3. 00:08:02
  1. 60
  2. Of the seven Persians who rose up…
  3. 00:08:29
  1. 61
  2. Polycrates, however, making light of all the counsel…
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  1. 62
  2. On these terms Democedes applied his art…
  3. 00:09:11
  1. 63
  2. Poor Syloson felt at the time that he had given…
  3. 00:10:09
  1. 64
  2. After the armament of Otanes had set sail…
  3. 00:11:15
  1. 65
  2. Book Four: Melpomene
  3. 00:09:39
  1. 66
  2. Hereupon he strung one of his bows — up to that…
  3. 00:09:40
  1. 67
  2. Crossing the Panticapes, and proceeding eastward…
  3. 00:08:29
  1. 68
  2. To me it seems that the cold may likewise…
  3. 00:06:45
  1. 69
  2. The Persians inhabit a country upon the southern…
  3. 00:09:05
  1. 70
  2. The Euxine sea, where Darius now went to war…
  3. 00:09:31
  1. 71
  2. The sixth stream is the Hypacyris, a river rising…
  3. 00:10:01
  1. 72
  2. Whenever the Scythian king falls sick…
  3. 00:11:22
  1. 73
  2. Scylas, likewise, the son of Ariapithes…
  3. 00:09:48
  1. 74
  2. The manner in which these distances…
  3. 00:09:02
  1. 75
  2. I for my part neither put entire faith in this story…
  3. 00:08:58
  1. 76
  2. The manners of the Androphagi are more savage…
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  1. 77
  2. The Sauromatae speak the language of Scythia…
  3. 00:09:56
  1. 78
  2. To this message Idanthyrsus, the Scythian king…
  3. 00:10:15
  1. 79
  2. The Ionians now held a council.
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  1. 80
  2. Theras now, having with him a certain number…
  3. 00:09:12
  1. 81
  2. Battus, you came to ask of your voice; but Phoebus…
  3. 00:09:14
  1. 82
  2. At Samos, meanwhile, Arcesilaüs was collecting…
  3. 00:08:56
  1. 83
  2. On the country of the Nasamonians borders…
  3. 00:10:43
  1. 84
  2. As far as the Atlantes the names of the nations…
  3. 00:09:06
  1. 85
  2. The Carthaginians also relate the following…
  3. 00:09:07
  1. 86
  2. Book Five: Terpsichore
  3. 00:09:43
  1. 87
  2. King Darius was full of wonder both at what they…
  3. 00:10:26
  1. 88
  2. Now that the men of this family are Greeks, sprung…
  3. 00:09:31
  1. 89
  2. So Aristagoras went to Sardis and told Artaphernes…
  3. 00:09:25
  1. 90
  2. Now the Mytileneans had no sooner got Coës…
  3. 00:09:08
  1. 91
  2. Cleomenes, however, was still king when Aristagoras…
  3. 00:09:16
  1. 92
  2. When Aristagoras left Sparta he hastened to Athens…
  3. 00:09:34
  1. 93
  2. By descent they were Pylians, of the family…
  3. 00:10:28
  1. 94
  2. Meanwhile Cleomenes, who considered himself…
  3. 00:11:15
  1. 95
  2. Such is the account given by the Athenians.
  3. 00:10:42
  1. 96
  2. The Bacchiadae had possessed this oracle for some…
  3. 00:09:42
  1. 97
  2. On the return of Hippias to Asia from Lacedaemon…
  3. 00:09:12
  1. 98
  2. While Onesilus was engaged in the siege…
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  1. 99
  2. In the thick of the fight, Stesanor, tyrant…
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  1. 100
  2. Book Six: Erato
  3. 00:07:37
  1. 101
  2. Thus spake the Persians. The Ionian tyrants…
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  1. 102
  2. Such a fate now befell the Milesians…
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  1. 103
  2. Histiaeus now led a numerous army…
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  1. 104
  2. When he had finished carrying the wall across…
  3. 00:09:03
  1. 105
  2. The year after these events, Darius received…
  3. 00:09:57
  1. 106
  2. Such are their privileges in war…
  3. 00:09:06
  1. 107
  2. In course of time Ariston died…
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  1. 108
  2. Afterwards, when it came to be known what evil…
  3. 00:12:14
  1. 109
  2. When however he reached that city…
  3. 00:09:22
  1. 110
  2. Afterwards the Aeginetans fell upon the Athenian…
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  1. 111
  2. First he was chased as far as Imbrus…
  3. 00:09:00
  1. 112
  2. Miltiades by these words gained Callimachus…
  3. 00:10:14
  1. 113
  2. Now the Alcmaeonidae fell in no way short…
  3. 00:10:50
  1. 114
  2. After the defeat inflicted at Marathon…
  3. 00:10:58
  1. 115
  2. Book Seven: Polymnia
  3. 00:07:41
  1. 116
  2. 'Persians, I shall not be the first to bring in…'
  3. 00:06:38
  1. 117
  2. When Mardonius had in this way softened…
  3. 00:10:17
  1. 118
  2. But when night came, again the same vision stood…
  3. 00:11:27
  1. 119
  2. Now the manner in which they dug…
  3. 00:10:37
  1. 120
  2. Then they, whose business it was…
  3. 00:10:18
  1. 121
  2. Then Artabanus, the king's uncle…
  3. 00:10:21
  1. 122
  2. On the next day the horsemen began the passage…
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  1. 123
  2. The Sarangians had dyed garments…
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  1. 124
  2. Such were the nations who fought upon the dry…
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  1. 125
  2. (vi.) The Lycians furnished fifty ships.
  3. 00:07:53
  1. 126
  2. 'O king! Since you ask me by all means…'
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  1. 127
  2. The Satrae, so far as our knowledge goes…
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  1. 128
  2. On reaching Therma Xerxes halted his army…
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  1. 129
  2. This conduct on the part of the Spartans…
  3. 00:09:29
  1. 130
  2. Themistocles had before this given a counsel which…
  3. 00:09:36
  1. 131
  2. For my own part I cannot positively say whether…
  3. 00:09:48
  1. 132
  2. Hereupon Gelo, seeing the indignation…
  3. 00:10:00
  1. 133
  2. The Cretans, when the envoys sent to ask aid…
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  1. 134
  2. At Alpeni, which is lower down than that place…
  3. 00:10:25
  1. 135
  2. The fleet then, as I said, on leaving Therma…
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  1. 136
  2. At the point where this city is built…
  3. 00:10:27
  1. 137
  2. Then the Medes, having met so rough a reception…
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  1. 138
  2. The remembrance of this answer, I think…
  3. 00:10:46
  1. 139
  2. Thus fought the Greeks at Thermopylae.
  3. 00:07:59
  1. 140
  2. Book Eight: Urania
  3. 00:09:07
  1. 141
  2. The Greeks, at a signal, brought the sterns of…
  3. 00:09:02
  1. 142
  2. And now Themistocles chose out the swiftest sailers…
  3. 00:09:00
  1. 143
  2. From Doris they marched forward into Phocis…
  3. 00:09:45
  1. 144
  2. From the mainland of Greece beyond…
  3. 00:10:53
  1. 145
  2. As soon as they had come, and before Eurybiades…
  3. 00:09:29
  1. 146
  2. Reinforced by the contingents of all these various…
  3. 00:09:32
  1. 147
  2. 'The Athenian commander has sent me to you…'
  3. 00:09:04
  1. 148
  2. Far the greater number of the Persian ships…
  3. 00:08:34
  1. 149
  2. The Athenians say that Adeimantus, the Corinthian…
  3. 00:09:26
  1. 150
  2. Thus did the king ask Artemisia's counsel…
  3. 00:10:02
  1. 151
  2. At present, however, he dissembled…
  3. 00:08:19
  1. 152
  2. The Persians, having journeyed through Thrace…
  3. 00:09:17
  1. 153
  2. When this town had fallen, Artabazus pressed…
  3. 00:10:15
  1. 154
  2. Mardonius, when he had read the answers given…
  3. 00:14:24
  1. 155
  2. Book Nine: Calliope
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  1. 156
  2. At last the ambassadors got an answer…
  3. 00:07:45
  1. 157
  2. What follows was recounted to me by Thersander…
  3. 00:09:52
  1. 158
  2. When the cavalry reached the camp…
  3. 00:10:02
  1. 159
  2. All these, except the Helots — seven of whom…
  3. 00:08:29
  1. 160
  2. With Mardonius also, who was very eager to begin…
  3. 00:08:42
  1. 161
  2. After Mardonius had put his question about…
  3. 00:09:23
  1. 162
  2. As soon as Pausanias saw a portion of the troops…
  3. 00:09:34
  1. 163
  2. As Pausanias offered his prayer, the Tegeans…
  3. 00:08:28
  1. 164
  2. On the side of the barbarians, the greatest courage…
  3. 00:07:27
  1. 165
  2. There was a man at Plataea among the troops…
  3. 00:07:08
  1. 166
  2. The Greeks, after sharing the booty upon the field…
  3. 00:08:02
  1. 167
  2. A strange thing happened to this man's father…
  3. 00:07:35
  1. 168
  2. After Leotychides had made this address…
  3. 00:08:31
  1. 169
  2. The barbarians who escaped from the battle…
  3. 00:08:53
  1. 170
  2. Meanwhile the Greeks, who had left Mycale…
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