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[[File:Thucydides-bust-cutout ROM.jpg|thumb|200px|Bust of Thucydides residing in the [[Royal Ontario Museum]], [[Toronto]]]]
 
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'''Thucydides''' ({{IPAc-en|θj|u:|ˈ|s|ɪ|d|ɪ-|d|i:|z}}; [[Ancient Greek|Greek]]: Θουκυδίδης, ''Thoukydídēs''; [[Circa|c.]] 460 – c. 395 BC) was a [[Greeks|Greek]] [[history|historian]] and author from [[Alimos]]. His ''[[History of the Peloponnesian War]]'' recounts [[Peloponnesian war|the 5th century BC war]] between [[Sparta]] and [[Athens]] to the year 411 BC. Thucydides has been dubbed the father of "scientific history", because of his strict standards of evidence-gathering and analysis in terms of cause and effect without reference to intervention by the gods, as outlined in his introduction to his work.<ref>Cochrane, p. 179; Meyer, p. 67; de Sainte Croix.</ref>
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'''Thucydides''' ({{IPAc-en|θj|u:|ˈ|s|ɪ|d|ɪ-|d|i:|z}}; [[Ancient Greek|Greek]]: Θουκυδίδης, ''Thoukydídēs''; [[Circa|c.]] 460 – c. 395 BC) was a [[Greeks|Greek]] [[history|historian]] and author from [[Alimos]]. His ''[[History of the Peloponnesian War]]'' recounts [[Peloponnesian war|the 5th century BC war]] between [[Sparta]] and [[Athens]] to the year 411 BC. Thucydides has been dubbed the father of "scientific history", because of his strict standards of evidence-gathering and analysis in terms of cause and effect without reference to intervention by the gods, as outlined in his introduction to his work.<ref>Cochrane, p. 179; Meyer, p. 67; de Sainte Croix.</ref> he also liked to dress up as a bunny in his free time and eat coconuts on a horses back
   
 
He has also been called the father of the school of [[political realism]], which views the relations between nations as based on might rather than right.<ref>Strauss, p. 139.</ref> His text is still studied at advanced military colleges worldwide, and the [[Melian dialogue]] remains a seminal work of [[international relations theory]].
 
He has also been called the father of the school of [[political realism]], which views the relations between nations as based on might rather than right.<ref>Strauss, p. 139.</ref> His text is still studied at advanced military colleges worldwide, and the [[Melian dialogue]] remains a seminal work of [[international relations theory]].
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