Anton Powell's Athens and Sparta: Constructing Greek Political and Social PDF
By Anton Powell
Athens and Sparta has confirmed itself as a instruction manual to the most subject matters of Greek historical past within the classical interval. It bargains not just with the confirmed components of political heritage, but additionally with one of the most very important points of Greek social historical past and ancient tips on how to the most issues of Greek heritage within the classical interval.
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Thuc. I 102 3 implies that there was a period of unsuccessful attack on the helot position between the arrival and dismissal of the Athenians. 160. Thuc. I 112 1–4; Meiggs, AE, 124–5. 161. Thuc. I 112 2–3, compare 110 2. 162. Ibid. I 112 4. 163. Ibid. 164. Ibid. 165. Op. , 172. 166. Compare de Ste. Croix, op. , 176. 33 The Delian League 167. Inscriptiones Graecae, I3, no. 511. In the dating of inscriptions such as this, much help is gained from a study of the exact forms in which certain of the Greek letters, and particularly sigma, appear.
These few references suggest both that Kimon was, in Thucydides’ view, a person with great influence on events, and that he had a coherent policy. No other Athenian general is named by Thucydides in connection with the period from the foundation of the Delian League to the dismissal from Mount Ithome, whereas Kimon is so mentioned on three occasions. 167 Kimon’s influence in directing Athenian expansionism against Persia may also be reflected by the apparent cessation of Athenian expeditions to the eastern Mediterranean from the year of his death.
I 94 1–2. Thuc. I 95. The expression “the eastern Greeks” is used here to refer to inhabitants of the Aegean islands, of the coasts of the 27 The Delian League 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. northern Aegean and Propontis, and of the coasts of western Asia Minor. Thuc. I 96 1, cf. 99 2. Thuc. I 96 2. Delos had long been a centre of worship and celebration for the neighbouring islanders, the Athenians and the Ionian Greeks of the eastern Aegean; Thuc.
Athens and Sparta: Constructing Greek Political and Social History from 478 BC by Anton Powell