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Alföldi, A.,  “From the Agon Plutonios of the Ptolemies to the Saeculum Frugiferum of the Roman Emperors”,  1-30; 275-283

Ålin, P.,  “Mycenaean Decline - Some Problems and Thoughts”,  31-39

Badian, E.,  “A Document of Artaxerxes IV?”,  40-50

Bosworth, A.B.,  “Alexander and Ammon”,  51-75

Brown, T.S.,  “Alexander and Greek Athletics, in Fact and in Fiction”,  76-88

Burn, A.R.,  “Thermopylai Revisited and some Topographical Notes on Marathon and Plataiai”,  89-105

Chadwick, J.,  “The Ionian Name”,  106-109

Graham, J.W.,  “Bathrooms and Lustral Chambers”,  110-125; 284

Hamilton, J.R.,  “Cleitarchus and Diodorus 17”,  126-146

Hammond, N.G.L.,  “The Meaning and Significance of the Reported Speech of Phrynichus in Thucydides 8,48”,  147-157

Hood, S.,  “Minoan Town-Shrines?”  158-172; 285-288

Immerwahr, S.A.,  “Mycenaeans at Thera: Some Reflections on the Paintings from the West House”,  173-191; 289-292

Karageorghis, V.,  “A Cypro-Mycenaean III C:1 Amphora from Kition”,  192-198; 293-297

Kinzl, K.H.,  “Athens: Between Tyranny and Democracy”,  199-223

Lesky, A.,  “Tragödien bei Herodot?”,  224-230

Mattingly, H.B.,  “Poets and Politicians in Fifth-Century Greece”,  231-245

Podlecki, A.J.,  “Herodotus in Athens?”,  246-265

Raubitschek, A.E.,  “Corinth and Athens before the Peloponnesian War”,  266-269