This volume contains eight studies written by scholars from Great Britain, Israel, Poland, and the United States. The contributors are all specialists in Greek history, and their essays deal with different aspects of the period's history, focusing on historiography, political evelopments, and military actions and events.
About the Author
Edward Dabrowa is a Professor of History at the Jagiellonian University
Table of ContentsAbbreviations Eran Almagor, Ctesias and the Importance of His Writings Revisited Emma M.M. Aston, Thessaly and Macedon at Delphi Bogdan Burliga, The Importance of the Hoplite Army in Aeneas Tacticus' Polis Tomasz Grabowski, The Ptolemies versus the Achaean and Aetolian Leagues in the 250s-220s BC Denver Graninger, Documentary Contexts for the 'Pistiros Inscription' P.J. Rhodes, The Alleged Failure of Athens in the Fourth Century Jacek Rzepka, How Many Companions did Philip II have? Sōawomir Sprawski, Remarks on Aristotle's Thettalon politeia Ryszard Tokarczuk, Internal Politics in Syracuse, 330-317 BC Everett L. Wheeler, Notes on a Stratagem of Iphicrates in Polyaenus and Leo Tactica Discussions Federicomaria Muccioli, La testa mozza di Crasso (Plut., Crass. 32-33) A proposito di un libro recente sulla battaglia di Carre