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E.A. Molev (2015)
Publisher: NvSU
Types: Article
Subjects: Herodotus, Персия, колхи, скифы, Bosporus, Central Asia, Боспор, Persia, Colchians, CC1-960, Геродот, Причерноморье, Archaeology, Средняя Азия, Scythians, the Black Sea region, Геродот, Боспор, Персия, колхи, скифы, Средняя Азия, Причерноморье / Herodotus, Bosporus, Persia, Colchians, Scythians, Central Asia, the Black Sea region
В данной главе Геродот, судя по ее контексту, специально отмечает предел распространения власти персов на севере. Попытки понять эту фразу в том значении, что до времени написания его труда, Боспор был подчинен персам (Й. Нилинг, Г. Р. Цецхладзе) не соответствуют контексту данной главы труда Геродота. In this chapter, Herodotus, according to its context, specifically notes limit the spread of the power of the Persians to the north. Attempts to understand this phrase in the sense that prior to the writing of his work, was subordinate to the Bosporus Persians (J. Niling, G. R. Tsetskhladze) does not correspond to the context of this chapter of Herodotus.
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