Alexander at Peucelaotis

  title={Alexander at Peucelaotis},
  author={Alexander AT Peucelaotis and P. H. L. Egger},
  journal={The Classical Quarterly},
  pages={117 - 128}
In an excellent survey of Alexander′s campaign in western Pakistan, P. H. L. Eggermont has done a great deal to clarify local topography and toponymy and Alexander′s movements, and has improved on Sir Aurel Stein′s classic investigations and on the work of Sir Olaf Caroe on which he chiefly bases himself.1 However, he is less familiar with the critical use of Greek and Roman sources, and of Arrian in particular [henceforth cited as A.],2 than he so admirably is with the Indian sources. This has…