Bibliography: Harmodius & Aristogeiton

Azoulay, V. 2014. Les Tyrannicides d’Athènes: vie et mort de deux statues. Paris.

Barceló, P. 1990. “Thukydides und die Tyrannis.” Historia 39: 401–425.

Beazley, J. D. 1948. “The Death of Hipparchos.” JHS 68: 26–28.

Boedeker, D. 1998. “Presenting the Past in Fifth-Century Athens,” in Boedeker & Raaflaub edd. 1998: XX–YY.

Boedeker D. & K. Raaflaub edd. 1998. Democracy, Empire and the Arts in Fifth-Century Athens. Cambridge, MA.

Brunnsåker, S. 1955. The Tyrant Slayers of Kritios and Nesiotes. Lund.

 

Corssen, P. 1896. “Das Verhältniss der aristotelischen zu der thukydideischen Darstellung des Tyrannemordes.” RMPh 51: 226–239

Curtius, E. 1880. “Harmodios und Aristogeiton.” Hermes 15: 147–153.

Ehrenburg, V. 1950. “The Origins of Democracy.” Historia 1: 515–548.

—— 1956. “Das Harmodioslied.” WS 69: 57–69.

Fehr, B. 1984. Die Tyrannentöter, oder: Kann man der Demokratie ein Denkmal setzen? Frankfurt.

Translated as The AS

See pp. 54–68 for a discussion of the Tyrannicides statue groups.

Fitzgerald, T. R. 1957. “The Murder of Hipparchus: A Reply.” Historia 6: 275–286.

Fornara, C. W. 1968a. “Hellanicus and an Alcmaeonid Tradition,” Historia 17: 381–383.

—— 1968b. “The “Tradition” about the Murder of Hipparchus.” Historia 17: 400–424.

——1970. The Cult of Harmodius and Aristogeiton.” Philologus 114: 155–180.

Forrest, W. G. G. 1969. “The Tradition of Hippias’ Expulsion from Athens,” GRBS 10: 277–286.

—— 1995. “Aristophanes, Lysistrata 231.” CQ 45: 240–241.

Forrest makes the case that the connection between Leaena, the hetaira of either Harmodius or Aristogeiton as reported by Cicero at the earliest, and the slaying of Hipparchus goes at least as far back to Aristophanes, giving it considerable antiquity.

Grethlein, J. 2010. The Greeks and Their Past: Poetry, Oratory and History in the Fifth Century BCE. Cambridge

See especially pp. 206–220.

Hirsch, M. 1926. “Die athenischen Tyrannenmorder in Geschichtsschreibung und Volkslegende.” Klio 20: 129–67.

Hölscher, T. 1998. “Images and Political Identity: The Case of Athens,” in Boedeker & Raaflaub edd. 1998: 153–183.

Hunter, V. 1974. “Athens Tyrannis: A New Approach to Thucydide.” CJ 69: 120–126.

Jacoby, F. 1949. Atthis: The Local Chronicles of Ancient Athens. Oxford.

Jongkees, J. H. 1947. “Notes on the Coinage of Athens.” Mnemosyne 13: 145–160.

Kallet, L. 1998. “Accounting for Culture in Fifth-Century Athens,” in Boedeker & Raaflaub edd. 1998: XX–YY.

Kardara, C. 1951. “On Theseus and the Tyrannicides.” AJA 55: 293–300.

—— 1960. “The Tyrannicides Once More.” AJA 64: 281.

 

Kinzl, K. H. 1976. “Mehr zu Thukydides über die Peisistratidai.” Historia 25: 478–480.

Lang, M. 1954-1955. “The Murder of Hipparchus.” Historia 3: 395–407.

Lavelle, B. M. 1986. “The Nature of Hipparchos’ Insult to Harmodios.” AJPh 107: 318–331.

—— 1988. “Herodotos and the Tyrant-Slayers.” RMPh 131: 211–215.

Lebedev, A. 1996. “A New Epigram for Harmodios and Aristogeiton.” ZPE 112: 263–268.

Meyer, E. A. 2008. “Thucydides on Harmodius and Aristogeiton, Tyranny, and History.” CQ 58: 13–34.

Momigliano, A. 1971. “L’excursus di Tucidide in VI 54–59.” Studi di storiographia antica in memoria di Leonardo Ferrero. Turin: 31–35.

Monoson, S. S. 2000a. “The Allure of Harmodius and Aristogeiton,” in Hubbard ed. 2000: 42–51

Hubbard, T. ed. 2000. Greek Love Reconsidered. New York.

—— 2000b. Plato’s Democratic Entanglements: Athenian Politics and the Practice of Philosophy. Princeton.

Palmer, M. 1982. “Alcibiades and the Question of Tyranny in Thucydides.” CJPS/RCSP 15: 103–124.

Pearson, L. 1949. “Note on a Digression of Thucydides (VI, 54–59).” AJP 70: 186–189.

Pericola, C. M. 2008. “L’Origine del Nome Gefirei e il Movente dell’Assassinio di Ipparco.” Aevum 82: 9–23.

Petersen, E. 1880. “Harmodios und Aristogeiton Nochmals.” Hermes 15: 475–477.

Podlecki, A. J. 1966. “The Political Significance of the Athenian ‘Tyrannicide’-Cult.” Historia 15: 129–141.

Richter, G. M. A. 1928. “The Right Arm of Harmodios.” AJA 32: 1–8.

—— 1970. “An Aristogeiton from Baiae.” AJA 74: 296–297.

Shear, J. L. 2012. “The Tyrannicides, their Cult and the Panathenaia: A Note.” JHS 132: 107–119.

Shefton, B. B. 1960. “Some Iconographic Remarks on the Tyrannicides.” AJA 64: 173–179.

Stahl, J. M. 1895. “Thessalos der Sohn des Peisistratos.” RMPh 50: 382–393.

Stern, E. von 1917. “Hippias oder Hipparchos?” Hermes 52: 354–370.

Taylor, M. W. 1981. The Tyrant Slayers: The Heroic Image in Fifth Centruy BC Athenian Art and Politics. New York.

Thomas, R. 1989. Oral Tradition and Written Record in Classical Athens. Cambridge.

See especially chapter 5 “The liberation of Athens,” pp. 238–282.

Valeton, M. 1917. “De Harmodio et Aristogitone.” Mnemosyne 45: 21–52.

Van der Valk, M. 1974. “On the Composition of the Attic Skolia.” Hermes 102: 1–20

Vattuone, R. 1975. “L’excursus nel VI libro delle Storie di Tucidide.” RSA 5: 173–184.

Vlastos, G. 1953. “Isonomia.” AJPh 74: 337–366.

Wankel, H. 1984. “Thukydides 6,55,1 und ἀδιϰὶα.” ZPE 57: 43–51.

Wohl, V. 1999. “The Eros of Alcibiades.” CA 18: 349–385.

—— 2009. Love among the Ruins: The Erotics of Democracy in Classical Athens. Princeton.

Ziegler, K. 1928. “Der Ursprung der Exkurse im Thukydides.” RhM 78: 58–67.

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