Table of Contents
1: The Religious Dimension to the Peloponnesian War, Or, What Thucydides Does Not Tell Us
2: Thucydides and the Delphic Amphiktiony
3: Narratology and Narrative Techniques in Thucydides
4: Personal Names and the Greek Historians
5: Thucydides on Boiotia and the Boiotians
6: Thucydides and the Argives
II. More Specific (arranged by main relevant Thucydidean book)
7: Thucydides and Plataian Perjury
8: Thucydides, the Panionian Festival, and the Ephesia (3.104)
9: Thucydides and 'Chalkidic' Torone (4.110.1)
10: Thucydides, Xenophon and Lichas: Were the Spartans Excluded from the Olympic Games from 420-400 BC?
11: Lichas Kalos Samios
12: `This was decided' (edoxe tauta): The Army as polis in Xenophon's Anabasis - and Elsewhere
13: Sticks, Stones and Spartans: The Sociology of Spartan Violence
14: Thucydides' Awareness of Herodotus, Or Herodotus' Awareness of Thucydides?
15: The Fourth-Century and Hellenistic Reception of Thucydides
16: The Old Oligarch and Thucydides: A Fourth-Century Date for the Old Oligarch?
17: Thucydides and Clarendon's History of the Rebellion