Hecataeus

Hecataeus (Ἑκαταῖος) is a Greek name shared by several historical figures: ...
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Hecataeus

(lived 6th-5th century BC) Greek historian and geographer from Miletus. An intellectual successor to the early Ionian philosophers, Hecataeus wrote what was probably the first historical work of a genealogical kind. He was a...
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Hecataeus

[crater] Hecataeus is a worn and eroded walled plain with wide inner walls. Its northern part overlies half of Hecataeus K, a fairly substantial crater. Along the southern rim, the outer rampart of ejecta from Humboldt forms a rugged interior surface across the southern floor. Several small, bowl-shaped craters lay across the eastern rim an...
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Hecataeus

Hecataeus was an eminent ancient Greek historian and geographer. He was probably born about 550 BC and died about 476 BC. He visited Egypt, Thrace, Greece, the coasts of the Euxine, Italy, Spain, and Africa. His two great works were his Tour of the World and his Genealogies or Histories. Only fragments of his writings are extant.
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