Table of contents for A companion to the classical Greek world / [edited by] Konrad H. Kinzl.

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Notes on Contributors
1 The Classical Age as a Historical Epoch: Uwe Walter (University of 
2 The Literary Sources: P. J. Rhodes (University of Durham, retired) 
3 The Non-Literary Written Sources: P. J. Rhodes (University of Durham, 
4 The Contribution of the Non-Written Sources: Bjorn Forsen (Finnish 
Institute at Athens) 
5 Athens, Sparta and the Wider World: Roger Brock (University of Leeds) 
6 Aegean Greece: Kai Brodersen (University of Mannheim) 
7 The Central and Northern Balkan Peninsula: Zofia Halina Archibald 
(University of Liverpool) 
8 The Greek Cities of the Black Sea: Stanley M. Burstein (California State 
University, Los Angeles) 
9 Western Greece (Magna Graecia): Peter Funke (Westfalische 
Wilhelms-Universitat, Munster) 
10 Beyond Magna Graecia: Greeks and Non-Greeks in France, Spain and Italy: 
Kathryn Lomas (University College London) 
11 The Eastern Mediterranean and Beyond: The Relations between the Worlds 
of the "Greek" and "Non-Greek" Civilizations: Robert Rollinger (University 
of Innsbruck) 
12 The Natural Environment: J. Donald Hughes (University of Denver) 
13 Environments and Landscapes of Greek Culture: Lin Foxhall (University of 
14 The Economic Realities: G. J. Oliver (University of Liverpool) 
15 Religious Practice and Belief: Emily Kearns (St. Hilda's College, University 
of Oxford) 
16 Citizens, Foreigners and Slaves in Greek Society: Nick Fisher (Cardiff 
17 Women and Ethnicity in Classical Greece: Changing the Paradigms: Sarah 
B. Pomeroy (City University New York, retired) 
18 Greek Government: Lynette G. Mitchell (University of Exeter) 
19 Democracy: Kurt A. Raaflaub (University of Brown) 
20 Law and Rhetoric: Community Justice in Athenian Courts: Robert W. 
Wallace (Northwestern University) 
21 The Organization of Knowledge: Susan H. Prince (University of University 
of Colorado, Boulder) 
22. From Classical to Hellenistic Art: Steven Lattimore (University of 
California, Los Angeles) 
23 Warfare in the Classical Age: John W. I. Lee (University of California, Santa 
24 The Greek World, 478-432 : Thomas Harrison (University of Liverpool) 
25 The Peloponnesian War and its Aftermath (432-371): Karl-Wilhelm Welwei 
(Ruhr-Universitat Bochum) 
26 The Greek World, 371-336: Bruce Laforse (Wright State University, 
Dayton, Ohio) 
27 The Conquests of Alexander the Great (336-323): Waldemar Heckel 
(University of Calgary) 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Greece -- History -- To 146 B.C.