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1 Thucydides) First Book of the History of Thucydides : from Bekker's Text with Smith's English and Valla's Latin Translations: to which are subjoined Explanatory and Critical Notes
John Cumming, 1834, 
(Thucydides). The First Book of the History of Thucydides : from Bekker's Text with Smith's English and Valla's Latin Translations: to which are subjoined Explanatory and Critical Notes. Dublin: John Cumming, 1834. Pp. 313. Parallel text in English, Greek and Latin. 8vo, half calf, marbled boards, raised bands, black label to spine panel, gilt lettering and decoration to bands. Calf along front spine edge cracking, slight wear to spine and edges,corners bumped, some light foxing to end papers, else vg. 150.00

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2 ALLISON, June W. AJP Monographs in Classical Philology, no. 5 THUCYDIDES Power and Preparedness in Thucydides
Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore and London, 1989, ISBN:0801838215 
ALLISON, June W. Power and Preparedness in Thucydides. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, (1989). Pp (8),[1]-168. Tables. Inde x. 8vo, red cloth, black lettering to front board and spine. AJP Monographsin Classical Philology, no. 5. Contents : Preface. Introduction. 1. The Ar chaeology. 2. Paraskeue, Use and Meaning. 3. Athenians and Spartans. 4. TheGreatest Paraskeue, Books 6 and 7. 5. Book 8. 6. Conclusion. Appendix. Ver y good. 30.00

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3 THUCYDIDES HARRISON, Jane Ellen. Primitive Athens as described by Thucydides
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1906, 
(THUCYDIDES). HARRISON, Jane Ellen. Primitive Athens as described by Thucydides. Cambridge : At the University Press, 1906. First Edition. Pp [i]-xii,1-168, frontis + double-page map. Text illustrations and maps. Index. 8vo, green cloth, gilt to front board and spine. Contents : Introduction. 1. TheAncient City, Its Character and Limits. 2. The Sanctuaries in the Citadel. 3. The Sanctuaries Outside the Citadel. 4. The Spring Kallirrhoe-Enneakrou nos 'Near' the Citadel. Conclusion. Spine and edges browned, else very good. 35.00

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4 WOODHEAD, A. Geoffrey Martin Classical Lectures, volume 24 THUCYDIDES Thucydides on the Nautre of Power. in dj.
Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 1970, 
WOODHEAD, A. Geoffrey. Thucydides on the Nautre of Power . Cambridge, MA: published for Oberlin College by Harvard University Press, 1970. Pp. (2),[i]-xii,[1]-222,(2). 8vo, navy blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. MartinClassical Lectures, volume XXIV. "The implications of Thucydides' hostilit y to full democracy have long been avoided by scholars. In this provocativestudy A. Geoffrey Woodhead confronts and examines in detail this aspect of Thucydides' thought. He also explicates his controversial interpretation o f Thucydiudes' view of nature of power: that equally among states and individuals the impulse toward power follows its own laws, which are not immoralbut amoral, and which should be viewed for themselves without ethical or e motional confusion. Analyzing the evolution of this view, Mr. Woodhead examines Thucydides' observations on the origins and progress of the great war of 431-404 B.C. between Athens and Sparta. He then discusses the relation of the principle of power to Athenian democrats and aristocrats, to the prominent Athenian Alcibiades, to the Athenians' adversaries in Sparta, and to the Great Power on the sidelines (Persia). In his final chapter the author considers the attitude toward power of the man in the street, an attitude that Thucydides portrayed but to which he did not subscribe." - from the dj.Vg in spine- and top-edge-sunned dj. 50.00

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5 POST, L. Arnold, ed. Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association, 67 ARISTOTLE) THUCYDIDES) Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association, Volume LXVII, 1936
American Philological Association, Haverford, PA, 1936, 
POST, L. Arnold, ed. Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association, Volume LXVII, 1936 . Edited by L. Arnold Post. Haverford, PA: published by the Association, 1936. Pp. (2),iii-v,(1),[1]-374,[i]-cxi of proceedings,(1). 8vo, brick red cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Includes the following essays: 1. J.A. Scott's "The First Book of the Odyssey"; 2. C.B. Welles's "A Yale Fragment of the Acts of Appian"; 3. K. Latte's "The Origin of the Roman Quaestorship"; 4. T.R.S. Broughton's "Was Sallust Fair to Cicero?"; 5. R.M. Geer's "Second Thoughts on the Imperial Succession from Nerva to Commodus"; 6. N.W. DeWitt's "Epicurean Contubernium"; 7. R.G. Kent's "On the Text of Varro, de Lingua Latina"; 8. E.T. Salmon's "Trajan'sConquest of Dacia"; 9. A.B. Lord's "Homer and Huso I: The Singer's Rests i n Greek and Southslavic Heroic Song"; 10. C.A. Forbes's "Books for the Burning"; 11. R.E. Messenger's "The Descent Theme in Medieval Latin Hymns"; 12.W.C. McDermott's "The Ape in Roman Literature"; 13. Sister M.E. Keenan's " Augustine and the Medical Profession"; 14. H.N. Couch's "The Medical Equipment of the Hippocratean Physician"; 15. F. Solmsen's "The Background of Plato's Theology"; 16. D. Paschall's "The Origin and Semantic Development of Latin Vitium"; 17. A. Diller's "Incipient Errors in Manuscripts"; 18. R.I.W.Westgate's "The Text of Valla's Translation of Thucydides"; 19. W. Wallace 's "The Egyptian Expedition and the Chronology of the Decade 460-450 B.C.";20. B. Einarson's "Aristotle's Protrepticus and the Structure of the Epino mis"; 21. H.J. Stukey's "Purity in Fifth and Fourth Century Religion"; 22. A.C. Schlesinger's "Indications of Parody in Aristophanes"; 23. K. v. Fritz's "Herodotus and the Growth of Greek Historiography"; 24. J.P. Pritchard's"Aristotle's Influence upon American Criticism"; 25. W. Jaeger's "Classica l Philology and Humanism". Slightly cocked, else very good. 25.00

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