Ephoros Book I and the Kings of Argos

Classical Quarterly 1 (1-2):39- (1951)
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Ephoros is known to have conceived each of his books as a unit with a specific theme, so that where we have any quantity of material it is worth while asking what the theme of a book was supposed to be. Clearly Ephoros i was about the return of the Herakleidai and the early history of the Peloponnese, but that defines the starting-point, not the scope of the book: I propose to argue that he presented here the contrast of the three Heraklid kingdoms, the degeneration and downfall of the Argive and Messenian Heraklids as opposed to the salvation of the Spartan state by Lykourgos

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Themistokles and Argos.W. G. Forrest - 1960 - Classical Quarterly 10 (3-4):221-.
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