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         Xenophon:     more books (100)
  1. The Landmark Xenophon's Hellenika by Xenophon, 2009-11-03
  2. The Persian Expedition (Penguin Classics) by Xenophon, 1950-06-30
  3. Anabasis (The Persian Expedition) by Xenophon, 2009-01-01
  4. The Memorable Thoughts of Socrates by Xenophon, 2010-07-26
  5. Xenophon: Memorabilia. Oeconomicus. Symposium. Apologia. (Loeb Classical Library No. 168) by Xenophon, 1923-01-01
  6. The Art of Horsemanship: Xenophon and other classical writers. by Dr A. Nyland, 2010-02-09
  7. The Art of Horsemanship by Xenophon, 2009-10-19
  8. A History of My Times (Penguin Classics) by Xenophon, 1979-05-31
  9. Memorabilia by Xenophon Xenophon, John Marshall, 2010-05-14
  10. Cyropaedia: The Education of Cyrus by Xenophon, H. G. Dakyns, 2009-01-01
  11. Aristotle and Xenophon on Democracy and Oligarchy by J. M. Moore, 2010-10-28
  12. Conversations of Socrates (Penguin Classics) by Xenophon, 1990-07-03
  13. The Exploits of Xenophon by Geoffrey Household, 1989-11
  14. Xenophon & Arrian on Hunting (Classical Texts) by A. A. Phillips, 1999-06-01

1. Xenophon [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy]
Short biography and profile of his literary and historical contributions.
http://www.utm.edu/research/iep/x/xenophon.htm
Xenophon Table of Contents (Clicking on the links below will take you to that part of this article)
Life An Athenian, the son of Gryllus, Xenophon was born about 444 BCE. In his early life he was a pupil of Socrates; but the turning point in his career came when he decided to serve in the Greek contingent raised by Cyrus against Artaxerxes in 401. Xenophon himself mentions the circumstances under which he joined this army ( Anab Anab. 7:8, 23). He tells the story himself, and is evidently not ashamed of it. In other ways also he showed himself the prototype of an adventurous leader of condottieri , with no ties of country or preference of nationality. He formed a scheme for establishing a town with the Ten Thousand on the shores of the Euxine; but it fell through. He joined the Spartans, as has been seen, and he continued in their service even when they were at war with Athens. Agesilaus, the Spartan, was commanding the Lacedaemonian forces in Asia against the Persians in 396, and Xenophon was with him at least during part of the campaign. When Agesilaus was recalled (394), Xenophon accompanied him, and he was on the side of the Lacedaemonians in the battle which they fought at Coronea (394) against the Athenians. As a natural consequence a decree of exile was passed against him at Athens. It seems that he went to Sparta with Agesilaus after the battle of Coronea, and soon after he settled at Scillus in Elis, not far from Olympia, a spot of which he has given a description in the

2. The San Antonio College LitWeb Xenophon Page
Centralized access to Internet Classics Archive and Perseus Project texts, from the LitWeb of San Antonio College.
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The Xenophon Page
( c. 430 - c. 355 B.C. )
Works
Anabasis On Line Translated by Rex Warner as The Persian Expedition . Penguin, 1949.
The Hellenica On Line Translated by Rex Warner as A History of My Times . Penguin, 1966.
Apology of Socrates On Line This work and the three following are translated as Conversations of Socrates by Robin Waterfield. Penguin, 1990.
Memorabilia On Line
Symposium On Line
Oeconomicus On Line
Agesilaus On Line
Constitution of The Lacedaimonians On Line Cyropaedia On Line Hiero On Line On Hunting On Line On The Art of Horsemanship On Line On The Cavalry Commander On Line Ways and Means On Line About Xenophon Xenophon Page from Perseus Project. Back to Classics

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4. Horse Click - Xenophon On The Art Of Horsemanship
World's earliest written document on Horsemanship (360 B.C.). Online Translation from Old Greek.
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On The Art of Horsemanship
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5. The Internet Classics Archive | Works By Xenophon
List of works by xenophon, part of the Internet Classics Archive Works by xenophon. Agesilaus. From the Perseus Project
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6. The Internet Classics Archive | On Hunting By Xenophon
Read his short treatise on hunting with hounds (431355 BC). English, Greek
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7. Ancient History Sourcebook: Xenophon: The Polity Of The Spartans, C. 375 BCE
Read the Greek historian xenophon's study of the political organization of the Spartans, circa 375 BC. Ancient History Sourcebook xenophon (c.428c.354 BCE)
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The Polity of the Spartans, c. 375 BCE
I recall the astonishment with which I first noted the unique position of Sparta among the states of Hellas, the relatively sparse population, and at the same time the extraordinary powers and prestige of the community. I was puzzled to account for the fact. It was only when I came to consider the peculiar institutions of the Spartans, that my wonderment ceased. When we turn to Lycurgos, instead of leaving it to each member of the state privately to appoint a slave to be his son's tutor, he set over the young Spartans a public guardianthe paidonomos -with complete authority over them. This guardian was elected from those who filled the highest magistracies. He had authority to hold musters of the boys, and as their guardian, in case of any misbehavior, to chastise severely. Lycurgos further provided the guardian with a body of youths in the prime of life and bearing whips to inflict punishment when necessary, with this happy result, that in Sparta modesty and obedience ever go hand in hand, nor is there lack of either. Instead of softening their feet with shoe or sandal, his rule was to make them hardy through going barefoot. This habit, if practiced, would, as he believed, enable them to scale heights more easily and clamber down precipices with less danger. In fact, with his feet so trained the young Spartan would leap and spring and run faster unshod than another in the ordinary way. Instead of making them effeminate with a variety of clothes, his rule was to habituate them to a single garment the whole year through, thinking that so they would be better prepared to withstand the variations of heat and cold. Again, as regards food, according to his regulation, the

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9. Ancient History Sourcebook: Xenophon: Anabasis, Or March Up Country
Ancient History Sourcebook transcription from typed from Dakyns' series.Category Arts Classical Studies Greek xenophon Works......Back to Ancient History Sourcebook . Ancient History Sourcebookxenophon Anabasis, or March Up Country. xenophon. Anabasis. BOOK I.
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Xenophon: Anabasis, or March Up Country
Xenophon the Athenian was born 431 B.C. He was a pupil of Socrates. He marched with the Spartans, and was exiled from Athens. Sparta gave him land and property in Scillus, where he lived for many years before having to move once more, to settle in Corinth. He died in 354 B.C. The Anabasis is his story of the march to Persia to aid Cyrus, who enlisted Greek help to try and take the throne from Artaxerxes, and the ensuing return of the Greeks, in which Xenophon played a leading role. This occurred between 401 B.C. and March 399 B.C. Contents Xenophon Anabasis BOOK I Darius and Parysatis had two sons: the elder was named Artaxerxes, and the younger Cyrus. Now, as Darius lay sick and felt that the end of life drew near, he wished both his sons to be with him. The elder, as it chanced, was already there, but Cyrus he must needs send for from the province over which he had made him satrap, having appointed him general moreover of all the forces that muster in the plain of the Castolus. Thus Cyrus went up, taking with him Tissaphernes as his friend, and accompanied also by a body of Hellenes, three hundred heavy armed men, under the command of Xenias the Parrhasian[1]. [1] Parrhasia, a district and town in the south-west of Arcadia.

10. THE XENOPHON HOMEPAGE
THE xenophon HOMEPAGE. Welcome to The xenophon Homepage. This isa new development which aims to provide a service for all those
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THE XENOPHON HOMEPAGE
Welcome to The Xenophon Homepage This is a new development which aims to provide a service for all those interested in Xenophon, his life, his works and the times in which he lived. The Xenophon Homepage will provide information about Xenophon and WWW links to relevant pages on the Internet.
Contents:
  • Xenophon: An Introduction Xenophon's Works Xenophon Scholarship The World of Xenophon - an international conference on Xenophon, to be held at the University of Liverpool, Wednesday 7th to Saturday 10th July 1999. A Bibliography of Books and Articles about Xenophon [under development]
The Xenophon Homepage is a new and ongoing development. Any suggestions about content or links will be most welcome and should be directed to the Editor Editor: Dr Graham J. Oliver gjoliver@liverpool.ac.uk
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11. THE WORLD OF XENOPHON
THE WORLD OF xenophon. An International Conference on xenophon, to be held at TheUniversity of Liverpool from Wednesday 7th July to Saturday 10th July 1999.
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An International Conference on Xenophon, to be held at The University of Liverpool from Wednesday 7th July to Saturday 10th July 1999
  • The Conference will be held at the Derby and Rathbone Conference site in Liverpool.
  • Background
    In the thirty years since H.R.Breitenbach's Pauly-Wissowa article Xenophontic scholarship has undergone not only a renaissance but a metamorphosis. The mere quantity of material - including over twenty monographs and commentaries - reflects an incontestable rebirth of interest. But the accompanying transformation of attitude is even more striking. Xenophon has always seemed vulnerable to the charge of being an amateur who practised many trades and was second-rate at all of them - a heinous sin from the standpoint of professional academics. Yet in the last generation a series of scholars - predominantly from an Anglo-American tradition now particularly hostile to amateurism - has grappled with Xenophon's oeuvre and, without forswearing the right to criticize, has conceded that its author should be taken seriously as a distinctive voice on the history, society and thought-world of the later classical (and pre-hellenistic) era. Xenophon has been the beneficiary of several independent trends in scholarship. Growing interest in the political road from the Peloponnesian War to Philip II, improved analysis of the peculiarities of Sparta, an ever-increasing concern with socio-economic structures, social institutions (e.g. the symposium) and issues of gender, the remarkable development in Achaemenid Persian studies and in work on the Ancient Novel, greater sensitization of historians and literary scholars to the prevalence and pitfalls of biographical or quasi-biographical discourse in antiquity - all these have given fresh prominence to

    12. Xenophon
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    Similar pages More results from www.perseus.tufts.edu Philosophical Dictionary XenocratesZombie xenophon (430-350 BCE). Greek historian. xenophon's Plato. Recommended Readingxenophon Memorabilia, Oeconomicus, Symposium, Apologia , tr.
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