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The Budé Thucydides - Thucydide, Livre i. Texte établi et traduit parJacqueline De Romilly. (Collection Budé.) Pp. lix+107 (double). Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 1953. Paper 600 fr¨

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  13 February 2009

A. W. Gomme
University of Glasgow


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1 For this see Luschnat's, O. review in Gnomon, xxvi, 1954, 310Google Scholar, which has a more detailed and more critical account of the manuscripts than I can give.

2 She has defended these in Revue du Nord, xxxvi, 1954, 105–9, on the ground that, since Thucydides' method of demonstration of past history is something new, we should not be surprised to find ‘des bizarreries dans la composition ou l'expression’: but we have enough bizarreries already without these two.