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The Hellenica Oxyrhynchia and Historiography : New Research Perspectives

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The Hellenica Oxyrhynchia and Historiography : New Research Perspectives
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The Hellenica Oxyrhynchia and Historiography
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New Research Perspectives
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The Hellenica Oxyrhynchia and Historiography : New Research Perspectives
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The Hellenica Oxyrhynchia and Historiography : New Research Perspectives
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  • {u200E}Contents -- {u200E}Acknowledgements -- {u200E}Chapter 1. The HO in the View of Modern Scholars -- {u200E}1.1. The Authorship -- {u200E}1.2. A New Proposal and Old Theories -- {u200E}1.3. The HO and Xenophon's Hellenica -- {u200E}Part 1. -- {u200E}Chapter 2. The Work and the Reader -- {u200E}2.1. The Narrative Character of Fourth-Century Hellenica -- {u200E}2.2. P. Oxy. V 842: Annalistic Framework, Synchronistic Narrative -- {u200E}2.3. The Historian's Evaluation and Its Impact on the Readers -- {u200E}2.4. Conclusion -- {u200E}Chapter 3. Spartan Motivations: the HO and Xenophon -- {u200E}3.1. Greek Hostility and Sparta's Reasons -- {u200E}3.2. Sparta's Asiatic Campaign and Its Analysis -- {u200E}3.3. Agesilaus' Motivations and the Lasting Significance of the Spartan Campaign in Asia -- {u200E}3.4. The End of a Dream? -- {u200E}3.5. Conclusion -- {u200E}Chapter 4. Diodorus, the HO and Xenophon: A Reassessment -- {u200E}4.1. The HO as a Source for Diodorus' Bibliotheke -- {u200E}4.2. Diodorus' Thirteenth Book and the Florence Papyrus -- {u200E}4.3. Diodorus, the Cairo Papyrus and Xenophon -- {u200E}4.4. Diodorus on Theramenes: Final Observations -- {u200E}4.5. Conclusion -- {u200E}Part 2. -- {u200E}Chapter 5. The HO and Athenian Polypragmosyne -- {u200E}5.1. Athenian {u202D}srnysuαdorvy"pj{u202C}: a Literary Topos -- {u200E}5.2. A Fourth-Century Debate? -- {u200E}5.3. Multa per Aequora {u2026} Sea Power and Athenian Motivation -- {u200E}5.4. Cnidus According to the Oxyrhynchus Historian: a Solely Persian Success -- {u200E}5.5. Conclusion -- {u200E}Chapter 6. Terra Marique {u2026} -- {u200E}6.1. Decelea, or the Supremacy of Land over Sea -- {u200E}6.2. The Sea as a Barrier -- {u200E}6.3. {u202D}xr! vyosrnlxfy"flp{u202C}: Thebes versus Boeotia? -- {u200E}6.4. Conclusion -- {u200E}6.5. Analytical Description of the Toponyms Occurring in the HO -- {u200E}Chapter 7. Historiography and Hegemony -- {u200E}7.1. Sparta, or the Undisputed Hegemony -- {u200E}7.2. Diodorus and the Debate on Hegemony -- {u200E}7.3. Political Realities and Historiographical Simplifications -- {u200E}7.4. Conclusion -- {u200E}Chapter 8. Historical Causation
  • {u200E}8.1. Why Do Things Happen? -- {u200E}8.2. To Blame or not to Blame {u2026} Individual and Collective Responsibilities -- {u200E}8.3. Visibility and Clarity in Historical Causation -- {u200E}8.4. Thebes, or Intra-Greek Hostility -- {u200E}8.5. Stasis, or the Dimension of Internal Conflict. What Awareness of Thucydides? -- {u200E}8.6. Conclusion -- {u200E}Chapter 9. 'Moralism' in Historiography -- {u200E}9.1. The HO and Thucydides: What 'Moralism'? -- {u200E}9.2. 'Moralism,' 'Morality,' and Moral Lessons -- {u200E}9.3. Theopompus: 'Moralism' versus 'Morality'? -- {u200E}9.4. Praise/Blame in Ephorus? -- {u200E}9.5. Conclusion -- {u200E}Conclusion -- {u200E}Appendix -- {u200E}1. A New Supplement for Lines 31-32 of the Theramenes Papyrus (P. Mich. 5982) -- {u200E}2. History, Oratory and Their Audiences -- {u200E}3. Diodorus and Rome -- {u200E}4. Translations -- {u200E}Bibliography -- {u200E}Editions of the HO (Starting with the Most Recent) -- {u200E}General Studies -- {u200E}Index of Names -- {u200E}Thematic Index
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