Herodotus' Description of the East Mediterranean Coast

  title={Herodotus' Description of the East Mediterranean Coast},
  author={Anson F. Rainey},
  journal={Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research},
  pages={57 - 63}
  • A. F. Rainey
  • Published 1 February 2001
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Herodotus' description of the East Mediterranean coastline is seen to reflect socioethnic and political arrangements in effect since the Late Bronze Age which continued through the Iron Age and into the Hellenistic period. 
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