Educated at Palermo, Rome and Heidelberg, the classical and economic historian Karl Julius Beloch (1845–1929) lived most of his life in Italy, becoming a professor extraordinarius of ancient history at the University of Rome in 1879. German scholars, notably Theodor Mommsen, criticised Beloch's work for his scepticism towards traditional material and his more subjective approach. In addition to important work on ancient demography, he produced this controversial yet influential opus, revised and published in four volumes between 1912 and 1927, in which he questions conventional views on Greek history. Each volume in its first part outlines historical events and in the second part goes into greater detail, emphasising Beloch's unique perspective. The second part of Volume 2 includes chronological accounts of the Persian and Peloponnesian Wars and looks also at particular battles.
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- Date Published: August 2012
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781108050951
- length: 436 pages
- dimensions: 229 x 152 x 25 mm
- weight: 0.64kg
- contains: 5 maps
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
1. Zur Quellenkunde
2. Attische Adelshäuser
3. Die Chronologie der Perserkriege
4. Die Stärke der Heere und Flotten in den Perserkriege
4a. Rhodos im ionischen Aufstande
5. Der Zug des Mardonios
6. Die Kämpfe am Artemision
7. Die Legende von Leonidas
8. Die Schlacht bei Salamis
9. Das Schlachtfeld von Plataeae
10. Die Parteien in Athen zur Zeit der Perserkriege
12. Der Verrat des Pausanias
13. Die Schlacht am Eurymedon
14. Die Chronologie der Geschichte des Westens
15. Die Pentekontaëtie
16. Der Ausbruch des peloponnesischen Krieges
17. Die Flotten bei Sybota
18. Die Chronologie des peloponnesischen Krieges
19. Der Karthagerkriege 408–405
20. Die attischen Strategen im samischen und peloponnesischen Kriege
21. Die spartanischen Nauarchen
22. Die grosse athenische Expedition nach Sicilien
23. Die Verfassung des Theramenes
24. Zur Geschichte des athenischen Staatsschatzes
25. Die Veranlagung der Tribute im athenischen Reiche
26. Zur Literaturgeschichte
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