The homeric êthos, Cimonian-Periclean rivalry and the speeches of Pericles in Thucydides' account of the Athenian-Peloponnesian war.

Mark Alexander. Lypeckyj
The speeches in Thucydides have long been a source of lively historical controversy. Many scholars have discounted their historical veracity in differing degrees. This has been true even of the speeches of Pericles, particularly his famous Funeral Oration, although scholarly objections to the content and tone of the Periclean speeches have largely been of a purely subjective nature. However, an examination of how the Homeric h&d5; ,qov , with its stringent demand for the studied...
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