This paper focuses on a group of ten ancient Greek authors who, even in a world where warfare was endemic, can be classified as expressly military writers. They deal with scenarios of either battle or siege, and they show differing blends of realism and fantasy in doing so. Nine of the ten, most recently Athenaeus Mechanicus, have received appropriate attention in modern scholarship; the tenth, Apollodorus of Damascus, is in need of closer (and more sceptical) study. Plans for providing this are here outlined, and reflections are offered on the “genre” as a whole.
Economy of the Greek Debt Crisis: A Tale of Two Bailouts . LSE Center for Economic Performance, Special Paper , No. 25. Available:
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Authors:Konstantinos Spinthiropoulos, Christos Nikas and Eleni Zafeiriou
1 Introduction Within the last four decades, agriculture as a source of income for Greek families has become less and less important, while the share of tourism – and the service sector in general – has been on the rise ( Delivani 1991; NSAG 2017
This paper contains some of the most significant results featured in my Master Thesis entitled I canti di questua della Grecia antica: edizione critica, traduzione e commento (The Begging Songs of Ancient Greece: Critical Edition