Black doves speak: Herodotus and the languages of Barbarians
"In Greek thought barbaroi are utterers of unintelligible or inarticulate sounds. What importance does the text of Herodotus's Histories attribute to language as a criterion of ethnic identity? The answer to this question illuminates the empirical foundations of Herodotus's pluralisti...
|Main Author:||Munson, Rosaria Vignolo.|
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