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THE

HISTORY

O F

HERODOTUS,

TRANSLATED

PROM

THE GREEK.
WITH NOTES.

B Y

The Reverend WILLIAM BELOE.
IN FOUR VOLUMES.

Vol. m.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR LEIGH AND SOTHEBY,
YORK-STREET, COVENT-CARDEN.

M DCC XCI.

/harvard Universityi

LIBRARY
OCT 1 1940

HERODOTUS.

BOOK VI.

ERATO.

C H A P. 1. .

U C H was the fate of Aristagoras, the instigator of the Ionian revolt.—Histiæus of Miletus, as soon as Darius had acquiesced in his departure from Sufa, proceeded to Sardis. On his arrival, Artaphernes the governor asked him what he thought could possibly have induced the Ionians to revolt? He expressed himself ignorant of the cause, and astonished at the event. Artaphernes, however, who had been informed of his preceding artifice, and was sensible of his present dissimulation, observed to him that the matter might be thus explained: " You," fays he, " made the shoe' which. "Aristagoras has worn."

IL Histiæus

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* Made the Jkec.'['*-\ have given a literal translation from the Vol. III. B Greek.

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