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  1. Daphnis and Chloe. Anthia and Habrocomes (Loeb Classical Library) by Longus, Xenophon of Ephesus, 2009-05-31
  2. Anabasis of Cyrus by Xenophon, 2009-05-13
  3. Xenophon's Anabasis, With Explanatory Notes, for the Use of Schools and Colleges. by Xenophon., 2009-04-27
  4. Xenophon: Oeconomicus Vii-Xiii (Bristol Greek Texts Series) by Ralph Doty, 2007-12-10
  5. Xenophon's Anabasis: Or, Expedition of Cyrus : and the Memorabilia of Socrates by Xenophon, 1915
  6. Xenophon of Ephesus (Twayne's world authors series ; TWAS 613 : Greece) by Gareth L Schmeling, 1980
  7. Xenophon's Anabasis, Books I-Iv (Ancient Greek Edition) by Xenophon, Maurice Whittemore Mather, et all 2010-03-16
  8. The 'Old Oligarch': The Constitution of the Athenians Attributed to Xenophon~ (Classical Texts)
  9. The Works of Xenophon, Volume 3, part 2 by Henry Graham Dakyns, Xenophon, 2010-03-04
  10. Xenophon's Memorabilia of Socrates by Xenophon., 2009-04-27
  11. Short Works of Xenophon by William Tyler Olcott, 2008-02-25
  12. Greek Lessons: Consisting of Selections from Xenophon's Anabasis, with a Vocabulary, Notes, Directions for the Study of the Grammar, Sentences for Translation ... Greek, and Suggestions for Greek Dialogue by A B Crosby, 2010-02-24
  13. Selections Adapted from Xenophon by Xenophon, 2010-02-22
  14. Xenophon's Retreat: Greece, Persia and the End of the Golden Age by Robin Waterfield, 2007-09-06

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82. Xenophon's Apology
SocratesÕ Apology. by xenophon. It seems to me fitting to hand downto memory, furthermore, how Socrates, on being indicted, deliberated
SocratesÕ Apology
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It seems to me fitting to hand down to memory, furthermore, how Socrates, on being indicted, deliberated on his defence and on his end. It is true that others have written about this, and that all of them have reproduced the loftiness of his words, a fact which proves that his utterance really was of the character intimated; but they have not shown clearly that he had now come to the conclusion that for him death was more to be desired than life; and hence his lofty utterance appears rather ill-considered. Hermogenes, the son of Hipponicus, however, was a companion of his and has given us reports of such a nature as to show that the sublimity of his speech was appropriate to the resolve he had made. For he stated that on seeing Socrates discussing any and every subject rather than the trial, he had said: "Socrates, ought you not to be giving some thought to what defence you are going to make? " That Socrates had at first replied, "Why, do I not seem to you to have spent my whole life in preparing to defend myself? " Then when he asked, "How so? " he had said, "Because all my life I have been guiltless of wrong-doing; and that I consider the finest preparation for a defence. " Then when Hermogenes again asked, "Do you not observe that the Athenian courts have often been carried away by an eloquent speech and have condemned innocent men to death, and often on the other hand the guilty have been acquitted either because their plea aroused compassion or because their speech was witty? " "Yes, indeed! " he had answered; "and I have tried twice already to meditate on my defence, but my divine sign interposes. "

83. Tuplin: On Dillery: Xenophon And The History Of His Times
CJ Tuplin. Review of J. Dillery xenophon and the History of his Times.Pp. xii + 337. Routledge, 1995. £40. Professor Dillery aims
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Review of J. Dillery: Xenophon and the History of his Times
Professor Dillery aims to investigate X.'s understanding of the history of his times as displayed in Hellenica and Anabasis and to compare it with the historical outlook of his contemporaries (especially other historians). The two agendas do not, however, command equal space - not unreasonably. An author like Ephorus - despite numerous fragments and the (admittedly booby-trapped) guidance provided by Diodorus - is elusive enough in all conscience, but experience suggests that Xenophon, whose oeuvre (historical and non-historical) is by contrast intact, is, for many people, still more so. The latter problem must be thoroughly addressed before substantial time is spent on comparisons. (When it is, incidentally, it would appear that Herodotus might deserve as much thought as Ephorus or Theopompus.) A fundamental impediment for many is, of course, the conviction that X. is a bad historian. But (cf. 196) such a judgment does not relieve us of the duty of trying to figure out what he said and why he said it. This is the duty Dillery seeks to discharge. Xenophon's principal historical work ( Hellenica ) consists, Dillery argues, of two parts - 2.3.10-7.5.27 composed in the 350s and 1.1.1-2.3.10 composed "I do not know exactly when" (14) but as a completion of Thucydides' truncated

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85. Ataman Hotel - Xenophon
An Athenian, the son of Gryllus, xenophon was born about 444 BCE. In hisearly life he was a pupil of Socrates; xenophon (~444 ~357). Life.
Xenophon (~444 - ~357) 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 . 3:1). Proxenus, a friend of Xenophon, was already with Cyrus, and he invited Xenophon to come to Sardis 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

86. Philosopher Results
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88. - Books By Author
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89. Index Of /het/xenophon
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90. Profile: Hon Nick Xenophon
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91. Alexander The Great's Forum
Alexander the Great's Forum. Alexander and xenophon. Message thread Alexander andxenophon by W. Ruth Kozak (‘ruthaki’) on 12th February 2003 (3 replies).

92. Xenophon Sun Tzu The Art Of War And Strategy Site By
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xenophon's Defense of Socrates, from the Memorabilia. Excepted fromxenophon, The Anabasis or the Expedition of Cyrus, and the
Xenophon's Defense of Socrates, from the Memorabilia 1. I have often wondered by what arguments the accusers[1] of Socrates persuaded the Athenians that he deserved death from the state; for the indictment against him was to this effect: Socrates offends against the laws in not paying respect[2] to those gods whom the city respects, and introducing other new deities; he also offends against the laws in corrupting the youth. 2. In the first place, that he did not respect the gods whom the city respects, what proof did they bring? For he was seen frequently sacrificing at home, and frequently on the public altars of the city; nor was it unknown that he used divination; as it was a common subject of talk that "Socrates used to say that the divinity instructed him;" and it was from this circumstance, indeed, that they seem chiefly to have derived the charge of introducing new deities. 3. He however introduced nothing newer than those who, practising divination, consult auguries, voices,[3] omens, and sacrifices; for they do not imagine that birds, or people who meet them, know what is advantageous for those seeking presages, but that the gods, by their means, signify what will be so; and such was the opinion that Socrates entertained. 4. Most people say that they are diverted from an object, or prompted to it, by birds, or by the people who meet them; but Socrates spoke as he thought, for he said it was the divinity that was his monitor. He also told many of his friends to do certain things, and not to do others, intimating that the divinity had forewarned him; and advantage attended those who obeyed his suggestions, but repentance those who disregarded them.

94. Xenophon Im Wein-Plus Glossar
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Der griechische Geschichtsschreiber und Schriftsteller (430-354 v. Chr.) kämpfte als Offizier in einer Armee griechicher Söldner unter dem aufständischen Kyros I gegen dessen Bruder Artaxerxes II. und führte 10.000 Griechen von Babylon in die Heimat zurück (später dargestellt in seiner berühmtestesten Schrift Anabasis). In der Schrift "Über die Einkünfte" wird ein Dialog über das richtige Pflanzen von Rebstöcken zwischen einem Bauern und Sokrates (470-399 v. Chr.) geschildert. Die Reben müssen demnach in einer gut gelockerten Erde schräg eingesetzt und ringsum festgetreten werden. Siehe auch unter antike Weine
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95. Irish Racing - Horse Information
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96. The Last Days Of Socrates
xenophon. After Plato, we depend on xenophon for most of our information aboutSocrates. Picture Portrait of xenophon Runes, Pictoral History of Philosophy.
After Plato , we depend on Xenophon for most of our information about Socrates . Although a disciple of Socrates Xenophon apparently did not have as close of a relationship with him as did Plato . And, unlike Plato , he was not in the city of Athens at the time of Socrates' trial. Picture: Portrait of Xenophon
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97. Board Game Geek News Latest News BoardGameWiki Brief Recent
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98. Professor Xenophon E. Verykios
xenophon E. Verykios. Professor. Tel. Fax email (30) 610 997223 BS, Chemical Engineering, Bucknell University, 1975.
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The research interests of Prof. Verykios are in the area of heterogeneous catalysis, with particular emphasis on supported metal and metal oxide catalysts. With respect to fundamental research, particular efforts are directed towards understanding the mechanism by which electronic and geometric parameters of small metal crystallites influence chemisorptive and kinetic phenomena. Alterations in the electronic structure of supported metal particles are induced by altervalent cation doping of semiconductive carriers. Alterations in the geometric structure are induced by alloying of active metals with inactive ones.
The interaction of gaseous molecules with catalytic surfaces is investigated employing various techniques such as equilibrium and dynamic adsorption, Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy, microgravimetry, steady-state isotopic transient and temperature-programmed techniques (TPD, TPO, TPR, TPSR), microcalorimetry, EXAFS/XANES, XPS, and others.
In the area of applied heterogeneous catalysis efforts are aimed towards the development of new catalysts for processes of industrial or environmental importance, or the optimization of existing ones. Of particular interest are processes related to the utilization of natural gas, such as oxidative coupling, CO2 reforming and partial oxidation. Unique catalysts, exhibiting high activity and selectivity and excellent stability have been developed and patented for the latter two processes. Catalysis related to environmental phenomena is also of particular importance. Processes which are investigated include three-way automotive exhaust purification for cars with gasoline engines, reduction of NOx from stationary sources as well as from lean-burn and diesel engines, and catalytic destruction of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).

99. Xenophon Zolotas
xenophon Zolotas. xenophon Zolotas delivered the following speech in English, usingexclusively Greek words. Harvard University, 1954. Kyrie,. Mr. xenophon Zolotas.
Xenophon Zolotas
Xenophon Zolotas delivered the following speech in English, using exclusively Greek words
Harvard University, 1954
K yrie, I t is Zeus' anathema on our epoch for the dynamism of our economies and the herecy of our economic methods and policies that we should agonize between the Scylla of nomismatic plethora and the Charybdis of economic anaemia. It is not my idiosyncracy to be ironic or sarcastic but my diagnosis should be that politicians are rather cryptoplethorists. A lthough the emphatically stigmatize nomismatic plethora, they energize it through their tactics and practices. Our policies have to be based more on economic and less on political criteria. Our gnomon has to be a metron between political, strategic and philanthropic scopes. Political magic has always been antieconomic. I n our epoch characterised by monopolies, oligopolies, monopolistic antagonism and polymorphous inelasticities, our policies have to be more orthological. But this should not be metamorphosed into plethorophobia which is endemic among academic economists. N omismatic symmetry should not antagonize economic acme. A greater harmonization between the practices of the economic and numismatic archons is basic. Parallel to this, we have to synchronize and harmonize more and more our economic and numismatic policies panethnically.

100. GIGA Quote Author Page For Xenophon
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For drink, there was beer which was very strong when not mingled with water, but was agreeable to those who were used to it. They drank this with a reed, out of the vessel that held the beer, upon which they saw the barley swim.
Anabasis (bk. IV, ch. V) [ Drinking
The most pleasing of all sounds that of your own praise.
Hiero (I, 14), (Watson's translation) [ Praise
Wherever magistrates were appointed from among those who complied with the injunctions of the laws, he (Socrates) considered the government to be an aristocracy.
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