2 edition of Alkibiades found in the catalog.
Charles Hamilton Bromby
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|Statement||by Charles Hamilton Bromby ...|
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|Pagination||viii, 443 p.|
|Number of Pages||443|
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"Alcibiades: Athenian Playboy, General and Traitor" by P.J. Rhodes is a condensed and erudite portrayal of a complicated character during a complicated period in Ancient Greece. The book is a noble attempt at a complex biography. On a certain level, that of a scholar of classical Greece, the book /5(5).
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Alcibiades. [P J Rhodes] -- Alcibiades is one of the most famous (or infamous) characters of Classical Greece. A young Athenian aristocrat, he came to prominence during the Peloponnesian War ( BC) between Sparta and. Alcibiades (or Alkibiades) was a gifted and flamboyant Athenian statesman and general whose shifting of sides during the Peloponnesian War in the 5th century BCE earned him a reputation for cunning and treachery.
Good-looking and rich, he was also notorious for his extravagant lifestyle and loose morals. Never short of enemies or admirers - amongst whom was Socrates - he was one of the most.