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