Athens: With Views of the Literature, Philosophy, and Social Life of the Athenian People

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ATHENS: ITS RISE AND FALL

With views of the literature, philosophy, and social life of the Athenian people

Edward Bulwer Lytton

Bicentenary edition

Edited by Oswyn Murray

LONDON AND NEW YORK

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations xiv
  • Welcome xv
  • Preface xvi
  • Introduction - A Lost School of History: Ancient Greece in the Age of Reform 1
  • Dedication 36
  • Advertisement 38
  • Book I - From the Earliest Period to the Legislation of Solon to Bc 594 41
  • Chapter I 43
  • Chapter II 83
  • Chapter III 95
  • Chapter IV 106
  • Chapter V 110
  • Chapter VI 125
  • Chapter VII 147
  • Chapter VIII 155
  • Book II - From the Legislation of Solon to the Battle of Marathon, Bc 594-Bc 490 177
  • Chapter I 179
  • Chapter II 201
  • Chapter III 213
  • Chapter IV 233
  • Chapter V 247
  • Book III - From the Battle of Marathon to the Battles of PlatÆa and Mycale, Bc 490-Bc 479 255
  • Chapter I 257
  • Chapter II 262
  • Chapter III 284
  • Chapter IV 293
  • Chapter V 303
  • Chapter VI 311
  • Chapter VII 323
  • Chapter VIII 341
  • Book IV - From the End of the Persian Invasion to the Death of Cimon, Bc 479-Bc 449 361
  • Chapter I 363
  • Chapter II 382
  • Chapter III 394
  • Chapter IV 409
  • Chapter V 425
  • Book V - From the Death of Cimon, Bc 449, to the Death of Pericles, in the Third Year of the Peloponnesian War, Bc 429 447
  • Chapter I 449
  • Chapter II 456
  • Chapter III 476
  • Chapter IV 487
  • Book VI (A Fragment) - From the Start of the Peloponnesian War to the Battle of Delium, Bc 432/1-Bc 424/3 525
  • Introduction 527
  • Chapter I 533
  • Chapter II 543
  • Chapter III 550
  • Chapter IV 560
  • Chapter V 568
  • Chapter VI 573
  • Chapter VII 590
  • Chapter VIII 592
  • Bibliography of Works Cited by the Author 596
  • Index 599
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