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Index of Selected Greek Terms

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This index presents a list of selected Greek terms that occur in the book Brill's Companion to Thucydides. The book gives an idea of current developments in Thucydidean studies. Thucydides is privileged in the sense that his work has never ceased to be controversial, at least in some important respects. Although his own contribution to the formation of a communis opinion on issues such as Pericles and Cleon, the Peloponnesian War and the Delian League, Herodotus and the Greek enlightenment is beyond doubt, there are important aspects of his work about which there is no truly common opinion.

Keywords: Greek terms; Thucydides



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