Thucydides 3.12.3

Classical Quarterly 48 (01):294- (1998)
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The Oxford text of this passage reads as follows:This gives the received text and punctuation. No generally agreed meaning has been found in the opening sentence as it thus stands; nor have any of the numerous alternative versions which have been proposed gained widespread support. In this paper I suggest that good sense can, after all, be made of this passage in its received form



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Reason and necessity: Thucydides iii 9–14, 37–48.C. W. Macleod - 1978 - Journal of Hellenic Studies 98:64-78.

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