Table of contents for Herodotus and the Persian Wars / John Claughton.


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Preface; 1; Introduction and the kidnapping of women; 2; Coesus, the king of Lydia, Croesus and Solon; The fate of Croesus; 3; Egypt and the wonders of the world; The Nile; The wonders of Egypt; Cats and Crocdiles; Mummification; Darius and the treatment of the dead; India, Arabia and the far north; 4; The battle of Marathon: 490 BC; 5; The coming of the Persians; The decision to invade Greece; Xerxes and Pythius; The bridge at Abydos; Xerxes and Artabanus at Abydos; Xerxes and Demaratus; 6; The battle of Thermopulae: 480 BC; 7; The battle of salamis: 480 BC; 8; The battle of Platea: 479 BC; The end of it all


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Herodotus. -- History.
Greece -- History -- Persian Wars, 500-449 B.C.