6 edition of Phylarchus and the Spartan revolution. found in the catalog.
Phylarchus and the Spartan revolution.
Thomas W. Africa
|Series||University of California publications in history,, v. 68|
|LC Classifications||E173 .C15 vol. 68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 92 p.|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||62062637|
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This text is part of the Internet Ancient History Sourcebook. The Sourcebook is a collection of public domain and copy-permitted texts related to medieval and Byzantine history. Unless otherwise indicated the specific electronic form of the document is copyright. Permission is granted for electronic copying, distribution in print form for. Introduction. PLUTARCH AND SPARTA. Four volumes of Lives by Plutarch are already available in Penguin Classics, so that by now he needs little introduction to readers of the series. 1 He was a Greek from Chaeronea in Boeotia (part of the Roman province of Achaea), who lived between approximately AD 50 and While he did play a role in the affairs of his city and province, as well as.
The more closely that one examines the evidence, the clearer it becomes that the “Spartan mirage” presented in the scholarship of the last century is itself a mirage—a projection, as Rousseau anticipated, of the predilections and preferences fostered by bourgeois society and a reflection of our propensity to make of the past a morality. Sparta was a warrior society in ancient Greece that reached the height of its power after defeating rival city-state Athens in the Peloponnesian War .
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A phylarch (Greek: φύλαρχος, Latin: phylarchus) is a Greek title meaning "ruler of a tribe", from phyle, "tribe" + archein "to rule". In Classical Athens, a phylarch was the elected commander of the cavalry provided by each of the city's ten tribes.
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With In the Name of Lykourgos, Militiadis Michalopoulos gives us a fascinating political-military history of a unique period in the history of Ancient Greece, the successful reform that transformed the Spartan state at the end of the 3 rd Century BCE.
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Thucydides is good. Once you've finished him, pick up a copy of the Hellenica by Xenophon (yes, that Xenophon). It picks up exactly where Thucydides rather abruptly leaves off, and carries through the rise and fall of Spartan hegemony in Greece.
Laconia is the subject of Book 3 and, as with the other books, he includes a synopsis of Spartan history. Although its quality is variable, there is often interesting information of genuine worth, e.g.
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Because of the rigorous Spartan laws, Talos must be sacrificed to the wolves of Mount Taygetus as his physical weakness would Author: Valerio Massimo Manfredi.
Africa, T. () Phylarchus and the Spartan Revolution, Berkeley–Los Angeles Africa, T. () ‘ Worms and the death of kings: a cautionary note on disease and history ’, Class. Ant. 1: 1–17Author: Frank W. Walbank. 13 On Phylarchus, see Gabba, Studi su Filarco (Pavia, ) = Athenaeum,3–55, –; Africa, T.
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