Halicarnassian

Halicarnassian

(ˌhælɪkɑːˈnæsɪən)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to the ancient Greek city of Halicarnassus
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SUZANNE SAID said, in the first of four consecutive essays on the Helen logoi scattered throughout the Halicarnassian's text (1.3, 2.112-13, 2.115-20, 5.94, 6.61, 9.73), that Herodotos does "not overtly separate the world of men from the world of heroes" (88 on 3.122--usually understood to identify a clear separation).
The late Polish journalist Ryszard Kapuscinski wrote for all those hordes of us who, like Meiggs, appreciate the Halicarnassian's 'greatest merits' as 'the extensiveness of his enquiries and the honesty of his reporting'.
Cory In the next translation, the reference is not to "my dear old Carian guest" but to "my Halicarnassian guest." Halicarnassus was the capital of the district of Caria, in Asia Minor.
X * 10 letters: PAPALOAPAN, REMEMBERED, DISINHIBIT, MONOTROPOS (cham), ISOSTASIST (web2), TUMULTUOUS 11 letters: SANTALACEAE (dfpf), REPREHENDED, VIOLINISTIC, UNTENANTING, NON-ORTHODOX 12 letters: RHABARBARATE, PRETENSELESS, BIPINNATIFID, TRIVIALITIES, UNENLIVENING, PROTOBIOLOGY 13 letters: PAREIASAURIAN, PRINCIPIATION, GEOMORPHOLOGY 14 letters: HALICARNASSIAN (coll), SARRACENIACEAE (dfpf) PREVENTIVENESS, SPIRITUALIZING, UNENTERTAINING, ENDODONTOLOGIC 15 letters: PHARMACOMANIACS, INTERDEPENDENCY, UNINQUISITORIAL, UNCONDESCENDING, ISOCOTYLEDONOUS (dbs) 16 letters: TRANSCARBAMYLASE, SALICYLSALICYLIC, NEUROMUSCULATURE 18 letters: CHONDROSARCOMATOUS, HYPERLEPTOPROSOPIC (d) Pattern * X ?
Herodotus' Histories had long been known and would have been familiar to Dionysius of Halicarnassus.(2) Dionysius' historical work had much in common with that of his fellow Halicarnassian, who had been a great influence on him.(3) Herodotus was also a source for Pausanias when he came to write his own version of the foundation of Miletus, two centuries after Dionysius wrote his Antiquitates Romanae.