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Sites about Hellenica

by Xenophon

Xenophon's account of the Peloponnesian War.

Critical sites about Hellenica

Xenophon, Callicratidas and Panhellenism
http://ivory.trentu.ca/www/cl/ahb/ahb12/ahb-12-1-2e.html
"The modern historian must try to be aware of panhellenism on three levels: (1) as a historical phenomenon, i.e., what did it mean to fifth- and fourth-century Greeks; as a historiographical element -- what does it mean when Xenophon uses it in his works; as part of Xenophon’s intellectual make-up. Unfortunately, the significance of panhellenism in Xenophon’s work has been notoriously understudied and misunderstood."
Contains: Character Analysis, Historical Context
Author: Bruce Laforse
From: The Ancient History Bulletin 12.1-2 (1998) 55-67
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