Thucydides, History of the Peloponnesian War, Book.Chapter.Paragraph, in The Landmark Thucydides (Touchstone, 1996).
The following times you use Thucydides, you can use this short form:
Thucydides, Book.Chapter.Paragraph (for example 7.100.3).
2. If you cite the editorial introduction of The Landmark Thucydides:
Initial Citation: Robert B. Strassler, Introduction, page numbers, in The Landmark Thucydides (Touchstone, 1996).
Subsequent Citations: Strassler, Introduction, page numbers.
3. If you cite the text book, use the following forms:
Initial Citation: Sarah B. Pomeroy, et al. Ancient Greece: A Political, Social, and Cultural History, 3rd edition, (Oxford, 2012).
Subsequent Citations: Pomeroy, et al., Ancient Greece, page numbers.
4. If you use any of the Plutarch lives, use the following forms:
Initial Citation: Plutarch, Life of Pericles OR Life of Alcibiades, Chapter.Paragraph, in Rise and Fall of Athens (Penguin, 1960).
Subsequent Citation: Plutarch, Life of Pericles OR Life of Alcibiades,
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