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Today, we can imagine Herodotus, known also as the “Father of History,”
on a visit to Scythia. We can picture him spending time with caravan drivers as
they arrived from trading forays far to the east. At night around a crackling fire
in a caravanserai (an inn or open court), travelers would exchange tales of the
Issedones, who were pushed from their land by the one-eyed Arimaspians. They
also told of the guardians of gold, huge griffins (mythical monsters), with birds
heads and lions’ feet.
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