Table of contents for A companion to Greek and Roman historiography / edited by John Marincola.

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Contents
Notes on Contributors
Preface
Acknowledgements
Ancient Authors: Abbreviations 
Reference Works: Abbreviations
Introduction 
John Marincola
PART I. CONTEXTS
1	The Place of History in the Ancient World
	Roberto Nicolai
2	The Origin of Greek Historiography
	Catherine Darbo-Peschanski 
3	History and Historia: Inquiry in the Greek Historians
	Guido Schepens
4	Documents and the Greek Historian
	P. J. Rhodes
5	The Prehistory of Roman Historiography
	T. P. Wiseman
6	Myth and History
	Suzanne Saïd 
7	The Construction of Meaning in the First Three Historians
	Carolyn Dewald
8	Characterisation in Ancient Historiography
	L. V. Pitcher
9	Speeches in Greek and Roman Historiography
	John Marincola
10	Readers and Reception: A Text Case
	A. J. Woodman
PART II. SURVEYS
11	The Development of the War Monograph
	Tim Rood
12	Continuous Histories (Hellenika)
	Christopher Tuplin
13	Universal History from Ephorus to Diodorus
	John Marincola
14	Local History and Atthidography
	Philip Harding
15	Western Greek Historiography
	Riccardo Vattuone 
16	The Greek Historians of Persia
	Dominique Lenfant
17	The Historians of Alexander
	Andrea Zambrini
18	Greek Historians of the Near East: Clio¿s ¿Other Sons¿
	John Dillery
19	The Jewish Appropriation of Hellenistic Historiography
	Gregory Sterling
20	The Greek Encounter with Rome
	Christopher Pelling
21	The Early Roman Tradition
	Hans Beck
22	Memoirs and Autobiography in Repubican Rome
	Andrew Riggsby
23	Roman Historiography in the Late Republic
	David Levene
24	The Emperor and his Historians
	John Matthews
25	The Epitomising Tradition in Late Antiquity
	Thomas Banchich
PART III. READINGS
26	To Each His Own: Herodotus and Simonides on Thermopylae
	Pietro Vannicelli
27	Rhampsinitos and the Clever Thief (Herodotus 2.121)
	Stephanie West
28	The Enigma of Discourse: a View of Thucydides
	Leone Porciani
29	Contest (Ag?n) in Thucydides
	Donald Lateiner
30	Narrative Manner and Xenophon¿s More Routine Hellenica
	Vivienne Gray
31	Fortune (tych?) in Polybius
	Frank Walbank
32	Polybius and Aetolia: A Historiographical Approach
	Craige Champion
33	Diodorus Siculus on the Third Sacred War
	Peter Green
34	Clothing Cincinnatus: Dionysius of Halicarnassus
	Clemence Schultze
35	Caesar¿s Account of the Battle of Massilia (BC 1.34-2.22): Some 	Historiographical and 
Narratological Approaches
	Christina Shuttleworth Kraus
36	The Politics of Sallustian Style
	Ellen O¿Gorman
37	The Translation of Catiline 
	Andrew Feldherr
38	Claudius Quadrigarius and Livy¿s Second Pentad
	Gary Forsythe
39	Fog on the Mountain: Philip and Mt. Haemus in Livy, 40.21-22
	Mary Jaeger
40	The Imperial Republic of Velleius Paterculus
	Alain Gowing
41	Josephus and the Cannibalism of Mary (B.J. 6.199-219)
	Honora Howell Chapman
42	Quintus Curtius Rufus on the ¿Good King¿: The Dioxippus Episode 
	in Book 9.7.16-26
 	Elizabeth Baynham
43	Tacitus and the Battle of Mons Graupius: An Historiographical Road Map?
	Rhiannon Ash
44	Feast Your Eyes on This: Vitellius as a Stock Tyrant (Tac. Hist. 3.36-39)
	Elizabeth Keitel
45	Arrian, Alexander and the Pursuit of Glory
	A. B. Bosworth
46	Towards a Literary Evaluation of Appian¿s Civil Wars, Book 1
	Gregory Bucher
47	Cassius Dio: A Senator and Historian in the Age of Anxiety
	Martin Hose
48	Ammianus¿ Roman Digressions and the Audience of the Res Gestae
	David Rohrbacher
49	¿To Forge their Tongues to Grander Styles: Ammianus¿ Epilogue
	Gavin Kelly
PART IV. NEIGHBOURS
50	History and Epic at Rome
	Matthew Leigh
51	History and Ethnography
	Emma Dench
52	History and Tragedy
	Richard Rutherford
53	History and Biography
	Philip Stadter
54	Antiquarianism and History
	Benedetto Bravo
55	Geography and History
	Johannes Engles
56	History and Fiction
	John Morgan
PART V. TRANSITION
57	Late Antique Historiography, 250-650 CE
	Brian Croke
Bibliography
Index Locorum
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Greece -- Historiography.
Rome -- Historiography.