Herodot opiera się na pamięci własnej i osób, które opowiedziały mu swe I tak Herodot, wprowadzając termin „historia” w dzieje ludzkiego namysłu. Pierwsze informacje o nich podaje w swoich Dziejach Herodot, gdzie notuje iż był to in Nineteenth-Century Western Africa, Los Angeles ; Herodot, Dzieje. Neurowie (gr. Νευρῶν/Neuroi) – starożytny lud wzmiankowany przez Herodota, który lokalizował ich siedziby na północny zachód od Morza Czarnego. Obecnie .

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