Τὰ Ὅπλα Τῶν Γεφυρέων Wojny perskiej: Herodot o wygnaniu barbarzyńców z Europy i kwestia kompletności pierwszych „Dziejów”

  • Aleksandr Sinitsyn The Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities; Saint Petersburg State University, Institute of Philosophy https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9229-0217
Słowa kluczowe: Herodot, Ateny, granice, mosty Ajschylos, wojny perskie, świątynie, ‘pytania Hero-dota”, ostatni rozdział Dziejów (Hdt. 9.121 i 122)

Abstrakt

W artykule poddano dyskusji problem zawartości dzieła Herodota. Zadano pytanie, w jakim stopniu „Ojcu historii” udało się wypełnić zamierzenia. Pojawił się problem, czy dzieło Herodota dotarło do naszych czasów w całości? Analizując problem ostatniej partii dzieła, .Autor pracy zwraca uwagę na fragment Herodota IX.121, w którym odniesiono się do kwestii przekroczenia granic Europy przez Barbarzyńców.

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