• The History of the Peloponnesian War
  • 6 CDs i **;
  • Mitwirkender: Thukydides

Detailinformationen

  • NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS, 08/2012
  • Einband: CD
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781843795513
  • Bestell-Nr.: 2786963
  • Gewicht: 227 g
  • Maße: 142 x 122 mm
  • Stärke: 25 mm
  • Spielzeit: 437:00 Min.
  • Erscheinungstermin: 27.8.2012

  • Achtung: Artikel ist nicht in deutscher Sprache!

Disk 1 von 6

  1. 1 Book 1 - Chapter 1 Start
  2. 2 1.7 For in early times the Hellenes and the barbarians... Start
  3. 3 1.13 As time went on and Eurystheus did not return, Atreus... Start
  4. 4 1.18 Even after the Trojan War, Hellas was still engaged... Start
  5. 5 1.23 Various, too, were the obstacles which the national... Start
  6. 6 1.29 On the whole, however, the conclusions I have drawn... Start
  7. 7 Chapter 2: Immediate causes of the war Start
  8. 8 Chapter 3: Congress of the Peloponnesian Confederacy... Start
  9. 9 3.7 'We are at last assembled. It has not been easy to assemble...' Start
  10. 10 3.12 'Such is Athens, your antagonist. And yet, Spartans...' Start
  11. 11 3.17 'Such, then, was the result of the matter, and it was...' Start
  12. 12 3.23 'We imagine that our moderation would be best demonstrated...' Start
  13. 13 3.31 'Confidence might possibly be felt in our superiority in...' Start
  14. 14 3.38 'In practice we always base our preparations against...' Start
  15. 15 Chapter 4: From the end of the Persian to the beginning... Start

Disk 2 von 6

  1. 1 Chapter 5: Second Congress at Sparta - Preparations for war... Start
  2. 2 5.7 'To apply these rules to ourselves, if we are now kindling... Start
  3. 3 5.12 'Your position, therefore, from whatever quarter...' Start
  4. 4 5.16 Speech of Pericles to the Athenians on the conduct... Start
  5. 5 5.21 The great wish of some is to avenge themselves on...' Start
  6. 6 5.26 Dismissing all thought of our land and houses, we must... Start
  7. 7 Book 2 - Chapter 6: Beginning of the Peloponnesian War Start
  8. 8 6.6 He accordingly took the precaution of announcing to... Start
  9. 9 6.11 He, meanwhile, seeing anger and infatuation just now... Start
  10. 10 6.17 'For it is hard to speak properly upon a subject where...' Start
  11. 11 6.23 'If we turn to our military policy, there also we differ...' Start
  12. 12 6.28 'Indeed if I have dwelt at some lenght upon the character...' Start
  13. 13 6.32 'These take as your model and, judging happiness to be...' Start
  14. 14 Chapter 7: Second year of the war - The plague of Athens... Start
  15. 15 7.5 Externally the body was not very hot to the touch... Start

Disk 3 von 6

  1. 1 7.9 By far the most terrible feature in the malady was the... Start
  2. 2 7.15 During the whole time that the Peloponnesians were in... Start
  3. 3 7.20 'If you shrink before the exertions which the war makes...' Start
  4. 4 7.24 'Besides, the hand of heaven must be borne with...' Start
  5. 5 7.27 For as long as he was at the head of the state during the... Start
  6. 6 Chapter 8: Third year of the war - Investment of Plataea... Start
  7. 7 Book 3 - Chapter 9: Fourth and fifth years of the war Start
  8. 8 9.8 Speech of the Mytilenean ambassadors requesting help... Start
  9. 9 9.12 'Such, Spartans and allies, are the grounds and the...' Start
  10. 10 9.17 If, at the time that this fleet was at sea, Athens had... Start
  11. 11 9.22 'The most alarming feature in the case is the constant...' Start
  12. 12 9.27 'Our mistake has been to distinghish the Mytileneans...' Start
  13. 13 9.33 Speech of Diodotus on Mytilene, in response to Cleon Start
  14. 14 9.38 'Now of course communities have enacted the penality of...' Start
  15. 15 9:43 'Only consider what a blunder you would commit in doing...' Start

Disk 4 von 6

  1. 1 Chapter 10: Fifth year of the war - Trial and execution of... Start
  2. 2 10.4 To your short question, whether we have done... Start
  3. 3 10.9 'To such a depth of misfortune have we fallen that...' Start
  4. 4 10.15 The speech of the Thebans Start
  5. 5 10.20 'Meanwhile, after thus plainly showing that it was not...' Start
  6. 6 10.24 'Such, Spartans, are the facts. We have gone...' Start
  7. 7 Civil war in Corcyra Start
  8. 8 10.35 Oaths of reconciliation, being only proffered... Start
  9. 9 Chapter 11: Sixth year of the war - Occupation of Pylos... Start
  10. 10 Chapter 12: Seventh year of the war - Occupation of Pylos... Start
  11. 11 10.52 To apply this to ourselves: if peace was ever desirable. Start
  12. 12 10.55 Their arrival at once put an end to the armistice at... Start
  13. 13 Chapter 13: Seventh and eighth years of the war... Start
  14. 14 Chapter 14: Eight and ninth years of the war... Start
  15. 15 10.64 'Some of you may hang back because they have private...' Start

Disk 5 von 6

  1. 1 Chapter 15: Tenth year of the war - Death of Cleaon and Brasidas Start
  2. 2 10.71 The Athenians and Spartans and their... Start
  3. 3 10.71 Chapter 16: Feeling against Sparta in Peloponnese Start
  4. 4 10.74 I lived through the whole of it, being of an age to comprehend... Start
  5. 5 Chapter 17: Sixteenth year of the war - The melian conference... Start
  6. 6 10.84 Athenians. The end of our empire, if end it should... Start
  7. 7 10.97 Melians. You may be sure that we are as well awake... Start
  8. 8 10.104 Athenians. Some diversion of the kind you speak... Start
  9. 9 Book 6 - Chapter 18: Seventeenth year of the war... Start
  10. 10 18.5 'Again, some of the most powerful states have never yet...' Start
  11. 11 18.9 'When I see such persons now sitting here at the side...' Start
  12. 12 18.14 'What I know is that persons of this kind and alll...' Start
  13. 13 18.19 'Be convinced, then, that we shall augment our power...' Start
  14. 14 18.24 'I think, therefore, that we ought to take great numbers...' Start
  15. 15 Upon hearing this the Athenians at once voted that... Start

Disk 6 von 6

  1. 1 Chapter 19:Seventeenth year of the war - Parties at Syracuse... Start
  2. 2 Chapter 20: Seventeenth and eighteenth years of the war... Start
  3. 3 Book 7 - Chapter 21: Eighteenth and nineteenth years... Start
  4. 4 Chapter 22: Nineteenth year of the war - Arrival of Demosthenes Start
  5. 5 Chapter 23: Nineteenth year of the war - Battles in the great harbour... Start
  6. 6 23.7 After this the Syracusans set up a trophy for the sea-fight... Start
  7. 7 23.11 The engagement of the rest was more of a voluntary nature. Start
  8. 8 23.15 They thus succeeded in manning about one hundred... Start
  9. 9 23.20 After this address Nicias at once gave orders to man... Start
  10. 10 23.24 After the above address to the soldiers on their side... Start
  11. 11 23.29 Meanwhile the two armies on shore, while victory hung... Start
  12. 12 23.34 Dejection and self-condemnation were also rife among them. Start
  13. 13 23.41 On that day they advanced about four miles and a half... Start
  14. 14 23.46 On the other hand, Demosthenes was, generally speaking... Start
  15. 15 23.51 At last, when many dead now lay piled one upon another... Start
  16. 16 Book 8 - Chapter 24: Nineteenth and twentieth years... Start
  17. 17 Editor's epilogue Start

Klappentext

Thucydides's History of the Peloponnesian War is one of the most famous, influential, and moving works of genuine history in our traditions.

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