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BCP - Tales from Herodotus

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    At the moment I'm mentoring a GCSE Greek student, and have said to him that I'll have a look over his set text this weekend and put together some literature notes. I know he's doing the Herodotus set text, although the exam board website only says the following for what needs to be learnt:

    Tales from Herodotus, Bristol Classical Press, ed. Farnell and Goff
    Section XVI ‘The Battle of Salamis’ (pages 52-61)
    Part (a) lines 8-19; Parts (b), (c), (d); Part (e) lines 11-33; Part (f); Part (h); Part (i) lines 5-13; Part (j) lines 1-12
    As I don't own a copy of the BCP book, I've got no idea what sections of Herodotus to look up - I do have the Cambridge Green and Yellow Herodtus VIII, so if anyone could tell me which sections the BCP book covers (e.g. chapters, sections and lines), I would be most grateful as I can find them in my own copy.

    Thanks!

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