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Conflict in the Peloponnese

Proceedings of the conference held at the University of Nottingham 22-24 March 2013.

Edited by Vasiliki Brouma and Kendell Heydon.

CSPS Online Publication 4.

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Side view of metal statue of a warrior bearing a round shield and spear and wearing a helmet
Metal casting of Spartan warrior
Conflict in the Peloponnese: conference proceedings by chapter
 Chapter Author Paper title

Maciej Daszuta

The family as the internal enemy of the Spartan State
 2 Elena Franchi Commemorating the war dead in Ancient Sparta, the Gymnopaidai and the Battle of Hysiai
 3 Michele Lucchesi Philotimia and Philonikia at Sparta
 4 Bernat Montoya Rubio Slavery as a political problem during the Peloponessian wars
 5 Eveline van Hilten-Rutten Tyrtaeus: The Spartan poet from Athens, shifting identities as rhetorical strategy in Lycurgus' against Leocrates
 6 Rocco Selvaggi The influence of the Karneia on warfare
 7 Edmund Stewart Spartan Choruses and foreign poets, the place of Sparta in the ancient festival network
 8 Carlos Villafance Go tell the...Lacedaemonians? Sparta's reliance on the Periokoi during times of conflict
 9 Adele Zarlenga Argos, the Heraion and the other towns in the Argolid Plain

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