Greece and the eastern Mediterranean in ancient history and prehistory [electronic resource] : studies presented to Fritz Schachermeyr on the occasion of his eightieth birthday / edited by K. H. Kinzl
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- Alföldi, A. From the Aion Plutonios of the Ptolemies to the Saeculum Frugiferum of the Roman emperors.--Alin, P. Mycenaean decline, some problems and thoughts.--Badian, E. A document of Artaxerxes IV?--Bosworth, A. B. Alexander and Ammon.--Brown, T. S. Alexander and Greek athletics, in fact and in fiction.--Burn, A. R. Thermopylai revisited; and some topographical notes on Marathon and Plataiai.--Chadwick, J. The Ionian name.--Graham, J. W. Bathrooms and lustral chambers.--Hamilton, J. R. Cleitarchus and Diodorus 17.--Hammond, N. G. L. The meaning and significance of the reported speech of Phrynichus in Thucydides 8, 48.--Hood, S. Minoan town-shrines?--Immerwahr, S. A. Mycenaeans at Thera, some reflections on the paintings from the West House.--Karageorghis, V. A Cypro-Mycenaean III C:1 amphora from Kition.--Kinzl, K. H. Athens, between tyranny and democracy.--Lesky, A. Tragödien bei Herodot?--Mattingly, H. B. Poets and politicians in fifth-century Greece.--Podlecki, A. J. Herodotus in Athens?--Raubitschek, A. E. Corinth and Athens before the Peloponnesian War.
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