Anacharsis said by Herodotus to have been a Scythian prince of the 6th century bc, who having travelled widely (and according to one account found that in Greece the Spartans were the only people with whom it was possible to hold a sensible conversation), returned to Scythia, and was killed by his own people, perhaps for trying to introduce the worship of the magna mater.
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