Ancient Greece: A Political, Social, and Cultural History

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The authors wish to acknowledge the following publishers for their kind permission to reprint material from their publications.
American Historical Association: From The Hellenistic Period in World History, by Stanley M. Burstein. Copyright © 1996.
Aris & Phillips, Ltd.: From Plato: Phaedrus, edited and translated by C. J. Rowe. Copyright © 1988.
Cambridge University Press: From The Hellenistic Age from the battle of Ipsos to the death of Kleopatra VII, edited and translated by Stanley M. Burstein. Copyright © 1985.
Columbia University Press: From Zenon Papyri. Business Papers of the Third Century B.C. Dealing with Palestine and Egypt, vol. 2, edited by W. L. Westermann, C. W. Keyes, and H. Liebesny. Copyright © 1940.
Harvard University Press and the Loeb Classical Library: From Isocrates, vol. 1, translated by George Norlin. Copyright © 1928.
Johns Hopkins University Press: From Hesiod: Works and Days, translated by Apostolos N. Athanassakis . Copyright © 1983. From Pindar's Victory Songs, translated by Frank Nisetich . Copyright © 1980.
Oxford University Press: From The Republic of Plato, translated by Francis MacDonald Cornford . Copyright © 1945. From The Politics of Aristotle, translated by Ernest Barker . Copyright © 1946. From Xenophon: Oeconomicus: A social and historical commentary, edited and translated by Sarah B. Pomeroy. Copyright © 1994.
Penguin Books: From Plutarch: The Age of Alexander, translated by Ian Scott Kilvert. Copyright © 1973. From: Plutarch on Sparta, translated by Richard Talbert. Copyright © 1988.
Schocken Books: From Greek Lyric Poetry, translated by Willis Barnstone. Copyright © 1972.
University of California Press: From Sappho's Lyre, translated by Diane J. Rayor. Copyright © 1991.
University of Chicago Press: From Aeschylus: The Persians, translated by S. Bernardete and Aeschylus: The Oresteia, translated by R. Lattimore in The Complete Greek Tragedies,

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