Lost Trails
presents


Herodotus project
photographic tours by Shane Solow
"I own a series of the most beautiful photos of ancient statuary....
I never tire of spreading them out before me.
It purifies me of certain desires.
I flirt (with muses) and I am the better for it.
I no longer believe in the banishment from paradise."

Paul Klee, 1901

Herodotus (click to continue)

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This is an ongoing project documenting in photographs many of the places and artifacts mentioned by
Herodotus (c 500 – c 425 BCE) in his Inquiries. This site is updated monthly with photographic tours
that are hyperlinked with the text.

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Lost Trails mourns the loss of Seth Benardete,
who was a teacher to Shlomo Felberbaum and Shane Solow,
and without whose inspiration
this project might not have been realized.





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