Henry Dickinson Westlake and Simon Hornblower
Arnold Wycombe Gomme, Tim Cornell, and P. J. Rhodes
Thucydides (1), son of Melesias, Athenian politician (born c.500
Henry Theodore Wade-Gery, John Dewar Denniston, and Simon Hornblower
C. J. Tuplin
Malcolm F. McGregor and P. J. Rhodes
Chester G. Starr and P. J. Rhodes
Tyrannicides, killers of tyrants (see
Victor Ehrenberg and P. J. Rhodes
John F. Lazenby
War, art of, Greek, Before the second half of the 5th cent.
Early wars, *Thucydides(2) says (1. 15. 3–5), were between neighbours, and even the exception he mentions—the 8th-cent.
Piero Treves and P. J. Rhodes
Xanthippus (1), husband of *Cleisthenes(2)'s niece Agariste and father of *Pericles(1). He prosecuted *Miltiades after his unsuccessful attack on *Paros in 490–489