[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
L. R. Farnell (Critical Commentary to the Works of Pindar [rpt. Amsterdam 1961])
Walter Burkert ("Herodot als Historiker fremden Religionen," Hérodote et les peuples non grecs, Entretiens sur l'Antiquité Classique 35 [Geneva 1990] 22-23)
Sally Humphreys, "Law, Custom and Culture in Herodotus," Arethusa 20 (1987), 212-14.
2
Heracleitus (22 B 53)
Theognis (425)
3
K. E. Müller, Geschichte der antiken Ethnographie und ethnologischen Theoriebildung 1 (Wiesbaden 1972).
4
J. Redfield ("Herodotus the Tourist," CP 80 [1985] 97)
5
Rosaria Munson ("The Celebratory Purpose of Herodotus: The Story of Arion in Histories 1.23-4," Ramus 15.2 [1986] 93-104)
6
H. R. Im- merwahr (Form and Thought in Herodotus [rpt. Atlanta 1986])
7
B. A. van Groningen, La composition littéraire archaïque grecque (Amsterdam 1937)
Hermann Frënkel, "Eine Stileigenheit der frühgriechischen Literatur," Wege und Formen frühgriechischen Denkens (rpt. Munich 1960), 40-96.
W. A. A. van Otterlo, Untersuchungen über Begriff, Anwendung und Entstehung der griechischen Ring- komposition, Mededeelingen der Kon. Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen 7.3 (Amsterdam 1944)
I. Beck, Die Ringkomposition bei Herodot und ihre Deutung für die Beweistechnik (New York 1971)
J. Cobet, Herodots Exkurse und die Frage der Einheit seines Werkes, Historia 17 (Wiesbaden 1971).
9
F. Jacoby (RE Suppl. II [1913] 333ff.)
Immerwahr (above, n. 6: 17-18)
H. Barth, "Zur Bewertung und Auswahl des Stoffes durch Herodotus (Die Begriffe, thoma, thomazo, thomasios und thomastos)," Klio 50 (1968), 93-110.
Immerwahr's earlier work on ergon is fundamental: "Ergon: History as a Monument," AJP 81 (1960), 261-90.
11
B. A. van Groningen (In the Grip of the Past: Essay on an Aspect of Greek Thought, Philosophia Antiqua 6 [Leiden 1953])
12
Jacoby (above, n. 9: 331)
14
Adolf Kleingiinther, [Unrepresented Characters] [Unrepresented Characters]: Untersuchungen zur Geschichte einer Fragestellung, Philologus Suppl. 26 (Berlin 1934).
15
Samos at 3.139
Getae at 4.93.
16
Francois Hartog, The Mirror of Herodotus: The Representation of the Other in the Writing of History (Berkeley and Los Angeles 1988)
Olivier Reverdin and Bernard Grange, eds., Hérodote et les peuples non grecs (above, n. 1).
19
David Asheri's remarks on Herodotus on the subject of Thracian dress in 'He- rodotus on Thracian Society and History," Hérodote et les Peuples non Grecs (above, n. 1) 142.
"Herodotus on Egyptians and Libyans," 221
20
Above, n. 12.
21
Donald Lateiner (The Historical Method of Herodotus, Phoenix Suppl. 23 [Toronto 1989] 35)
Kleingünther (above, n. 14: 57)
B. Shimron ("[Unrepresented Characters]," Eranos 71 [1973] 45-51)
22
W. W. How and J. Wells, A Commentary on Herodotus [Oxford 1912] 2.15.1
"H. is here probably attacking Hecataeus (F. H. G. i 22, fr. 285)
K. von Fritz, Die griechische Geschichtsschreibung 1 (Berlin 1967), 56-60.
M. Ninck (Die Entdeckung von Europa durch die Griechen [Basel 1945] 36)
F. Lasserre, "L'historiographie grecque à l'époque archaïque," QS 4 (1976), 113-42.
Kleingünther (above, n. 14: 46)
Lloyd (above, n. 19) 239-40.
Lateiner (above, n. 21) 92 n. 7.
25
Lloyd draws an important conclusion (above, n. 19: 227)
27
How and Wells [above, n. 22] 2.68
I. M. Linforth, "Named and Unnamed Gods in Herodotus," CPCP 9.7 (1928) 201-41.
29
Simon Pembroke, "Women in Charge: The Function of Alternatives in Early Greek Tradition and the Ancient Idea of Matriar- chy," Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 30 [1967] 5
30
Hartog (above, n. 16: 165)
David Konstan, "The Stories in Herodotus' Histories: Book i," Helios 10 (1983), 1-22.
W. Race has noted (The Classical Priamel from Homer to Boethius [Leiden 1982] 15 n. 48)
E. L. Bundy, Studia Pindarica I, University of California Publications in Classical Philology 18 [Berkeley and Los Angeles 1962] 11 n. 33
Sappho fr. 16.1-4
Pindar O. 1.1-7
31
Lloyd (above, n. 19: 34)
32
Ann Burnett, Three Archaic Poets: Archilochus, Alcaeus, Sappho (Cambridge, Mass., 1983), 282 n. 11.
Sappho Fr. 16
B. Snell (Dichtung und Gesellschaft [Hamburg 1965] 103
Burnett, 281 n. 7)
33
Race (above, n. 30: 21 n. 59)
Race esp. 15 nn. 48-49, 20, 26 n. 67.
34
Immerwahr (above, n. 6: 101)
F. Lasserre, "Hérodote et Protagoras: Le débat sur les constitutions," MH 33 (1976), 65-84.
35
I. M. Linforth ["Greek Gods and Foreign Gods in Herodotus," CPCP 9.1 (1926) 9
36
Gregory Nagy, Pindar's Homer: The Lyric Possession of an Epic Past (Baltimore 1990) 279-80.
37
Gregory Nagy, "A Poet's Vision of his City," in Theognis of Megara: Poetry and the Polis, ed. Thomas J. Figuera and Gregory Nagy (Baltimore 1985), 54.
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