Reading Diodorus through Photius: The Case of the Sicilian Slave Revolts

Laura Pfuntner

Abstract


Photius’ interest in the turmoil in II B.C. Sicily, which probably reflects ninth-century anxiety over the Arab invasion of Sicily, led him to shape a coherent monograph, different from Diodorus’ conglomerate and from the Constantinian Excerpta.

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