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He·rod·o·tus

 (hĭ-rŏd′ə-təs) Known as "the Father of History." Fifth century bc.
Greek historian whose writings on the Persian Wars are among the earliest known works of narrative history.
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Herodotus

(hɪˈrɒdətəs)
n
(Biography) called the Father of History. ?485–?425 bc, Greek historian, famous for his History dealing with the causes and events of the wars between the Greeks and the Persians (490–479)
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He•rod•o•tus

(həˈrɒd ə təs)

n.
484?–425? B.C., Greek historian.
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Noun1.Herodotus - the ancient Greek known as the father of historyHerodotus - the ancient Greek known as the father of history; his accounts of the wars between the Greeks and Persians are the first known examples of historical writing (485-425 BC)
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Herodotus

[hɪˈrɒdətəs] nErodoto
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