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Aspects of Greek History, 750-323 BC
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1. The Main Literary Sources 2. The Causes of Colonization in Archaic Greece 3. The Age of Greek Tyranny, c650-510 4. The 'Lycurgan' Reforms and The Rise of Sparta in the 7th and 6th Centuries 5. The Reforms of Solon 6. The Tyranny of the Peisistratids at Athens 7. The Reforms of Cleisthenes and the Development of Athenian Democracy 8. Athenian Politics from Cleisthenes to the Outbreak of the Persian War 9. The Persian War: Greek Strategy and the Leadership of Sparta in 480-479 10. Athens and the Delian League, 478-462/1 11. Spartan Foreign Policy and Problems in the Peloponnese, 478-446/5 12. The Democratic Reforms of Ephialtes and Pericles, 462/1-451/0 13. The Institutions of Athenian Democracy 14. Athenian Foreign Policy in the First Peloponnesian War, 462/1-446/5 15. Athenian Empire: Means of Control and Benefits 16. The Causes of the Peloponnesian War 17. Pericles and the Nature of Athenian Politics 18. Athenian and Spartan Strategy in the Archidamian War, 431-421 19. Athens and the West, 458-413 20. Persian Intervention in the Ionian War, 413-404 21. The Rise and Fall of the Oligarchic Movement in Athens, 411-410 22. Spartan Foreign Policy, 404-387/6 23. The 'Hegemony' of Thebes, 371-362 24. The Rise of Macedon (359-336): Diplomacy and Warfare under Philip II 25. Alexander's Generalship at the Battles of Granicus River (334), Issus (333), and Gaugamela (331)

About the Author

Terry Buckley has recently retired from full-time teaching, having held the post of Head of Classics at Camden School for Girls and Roedean. He has also been for many years a member of the JACT Ancient History Committee.

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"Buckley's "Aspects of Greek History bridges the gap between general histories that offer little in the way of source analysis, source books that offer too litle historical context for the non-specialist, and scholarly works that assume a greater familiarity with the language and cultural background than undergraduate students can be expressed to possess. The format of Buckley's work is highly organized, topically arranged narrative history interpersed with primary source material.."

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