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Cover of: Architexture
Charlotte Schubert


Section: Articles
Volume 9 (2023) / Issue 1, pp. 6-19 (14)
Published 25.07.2023
DOI 10.1628/rre-2023-0004
In this paper, it is shown by means of a few examples that monuments can represent a (narratively) meaningful structuring element of historiographical method in Herodotus, enabling communication on a meta-level. The Egyptian labyrinth, the Ionian Panionion, but also the sanctuaries on the battlefields of Plataea and Mycale are such elements of a historiographical method in Herodotus to represent political unity, but also divine influence (and intervention) on human events.