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Thucydides' written history of the Mytilenian Debate and the Melian Dialogue reflects has been defined as "a set of rules which define what is right and wrong.

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Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Criminology, Vol 1 (1) 2009
The Mytilenean Revolt
Mytilenian Debate (3.36–49; Strassler, 175–183).
Guide to the Peloponnesian War
Athens retakes Mytilene and considers whether to put all male Mytilenians to death: Mytilene Debate (Thuc 3.37-48). Plataea surrenders to the Spartans.
Reading Thucydides
6. The Comparison of Cities and Individuals. 103.
War in International Relations — A Seminar
The Mytilenian Debate pp. 212-223. The Melian Dialogue pp.

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A One Day Adventure In Mytilene
Many of these Greeks had property in Mytilene and many Mytilenians had businesses in Asia Minor.

Suggested Web Resources

Mytilenian Debate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Mytilenian Debate, according to Thucydides, occurred in Athens during the time of the Peloponnesian War in 427 BCE.
Mytilene - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(b) and (c) are questioned and in part refuted by the Mytilenian Debate and the circumstances of the Sicilian Debate (6.1, 6, 8; cf.
Siege of Mytilene, 428-427 BC
The Politic: Humanists and Warriors, Then and Now: How and How
Jan 18, 2010 He urged Athenians to accept their grim responsibility to kill all the Mytilenians, including those who'd only gone along with the defection.

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