Following on from his first two books, Rhodes completes his edition of Thucydides' books on the Archidamian War, providing an Introduction Thucydides' history and on the Peloponnesian War, Greek text with selective critical apparatus and facing translation, and a commentary which should be useful both to specialists and to readers with little or no Greek, and which assumes no previous acquaintance with Thucydides. Matters of text and language are discussed where necessary, but the emphasis is on the war which formed Thucydides' subject-matter and on the way in which he has treated the subject.
|Author||Peter J. Rhodes|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Number Of Pages||365|
|Publisher||Aris & Phillips Ltd|
|Studio||Aris & Phillips Ltd|