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M. ), Actus: Studies in Honour of H. L. W. Nelson (Utrecht 1982), 463-82; Wallinga, "The Ancient Persian Navy and its Predecessors", Achaemenid History I, 65; and personal conversation at Groningen, 28 May 1988. liS Isoc. Paneg. 90; Hdt. 14. /iii Lycurg. Leoc. 70; Isoc. Paneg. 97. 1i7 Dem. 21-3. Ii~ PI. Leg. 707c; lsoc. Paneg. 98; Hyperides Epit. 37. 38 Wars never ended, for the only possible war was that between the Greeks and the "barbaroi"; war between Greeks and Greeks was only an extended civil strife.
An. C. 2. 47 The Oath of Plataia: Lycurg. Leoe. 81; cf. Diad. Sic. 3. Peter Siewart, Der Eid von Plataiai (Munich 1972). The Greek word barbaros is a loan word barbaru from Akkadian based upon the Sumerian BAR meaning "foreigner", Ernest Weidner, "BaQ~aQo<;", Glotta: Zeitschrift fur griechische und lateinische Sprache 4 (1913),303-4; Hjalmar Frisk, Griechisches Etymologisches Worterbuch vol. 1 (Heidelberg 1960), 219-20. 48 Thuc. 3. 49 R. E. Wycherly, The Stones of Athens (Princeton 1978), 106. 50 John Travlos, Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Athens (New York 1971), 527, 665-72.
Michelini, Tradition and Dramatic Form in the Persians of Aeschylus (Leiden 1982). JI) Joseph Vogt, "Die Hellenisierung der Perser in der Tragodie des Aischylos: Religiose Dichtung und historisches Zeugnis", in Antike und Universalgeschichte. Festschrift fur Hans Erich Stier (Miinster 1972), 131-45. 11 30 Aesch. Pers. 241-6; Hdt. 78. , Phrynichos had produced his Phoenician Women, a tragedy similar to Aeschylus' that also emphasized the Athenian destruction of the Persian forces at Salamis. "12 The Athenians would never forget their victories either at Salamis or at Marathon.
Especes d'espaces by Georges Perec